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The Joy Of Giving Week 2012, OCT 2ND – OCT 8TH

Everyday Giving | Sep 11, 2012

Bengaluru Launches 4th Edition of Joy of Giving Week – India’s Largest Philanthropic Campaign! The Joy of Giving Week, a “festival of giving” is being organized across India from October 2nd to 8th, commencing on Gandhi Jayanti.

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