When Santa gave a tiffin box for a gift, there was a priceless smile spread across the child's face, who received the gift at the orphanage. The Santa was one of the destitute kids dressed in the outfit. The day was fun filled, with the children dancing and sharing sweets and candies.
FXB Suraksha Rajasthan's coordinator, Lata Singh said, "More than 100 children, who live at the railway station, slums and in orphanages, celebrated the festival."
The children were also made aware of crimes against them and about the help lines available for them to make use of when in danger, by the social activists on the occasion. Apart from celebrations, it was vital to make the children aware about the crimes that they may come across, for instance, a bad touch, and how they can help themselves out of it, as most of them live at railway stations and in slum areas, said Singh.
She informed that the children were looking forward for Christmas, as they were aware about the gifts there were going to get from Santa and an opportunity to cut the cake to celebrate it.
College students, social organisations and other individuals visited the orphanage to distribute presents to the children. One of the organisers said that this was a good sign as they younger generation were treating such children with harmony.