The IsMay Box Is Delivering Change This Ramadan

IsMay Box
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Just like the previous year, the “IsMay” box is back again to revive your faith and humanity this Ramadan in Pakistan.

The mystery of the mystery box is unveiled and we found nothing but happiness, humanity, and harmony in it.

IsMay Box: Yayvo is up again with the delivery box and now its better than before

The month of kindness, love, and humanity is coming nearer. And with the month of Ramadan approaching towards us, Yayvo upgraded its initiative to deliver humanity to the needy one’s doorsteps.

Delivering change, that can change needy people’s lifestyle.

The sharing and donating campaign started days before the arrival of Ramadan, the previous year. And this initiative by Yayvo delivery was appreciated widely by the people of Pakistan.

“Sharing is caring”- IsMay box is a practical face of the celebrated quotation

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Without further ado, let’s tell you about the actual thought behind this innovation. The thought was to bring change in our society, to encourage them to share and donate the things they use.

With this IsMay box, recipients of the box are to keep one item out of the pairs and donate the other to someone in need.

Here’s what the black box has for you and for the one you share it with:

This year the box has much much more.

This year the box includes goodies that are handy as well as happening.

Goodies like personal grooming products, clothing, tech gadgets and edible items from Garnier, Maybelline and L’Oréal, WB Hemani, Shield and donations from brands like Krone, Batik, Kapray, GSK, Mayfair, Teazuro, ZeroMoss, Studio by TCS, All my Tech, Bogo, Find my adventure and Symbios.

Not just this, in order to benefit those in need, TCS & Yayvo invite all recipients of the IsMay box to fill up their boxes with clothes, toys, stationery items, books or shoes or any other useful item and drop it to the nearest TCS Express Center. Yayvo will transport donated items to Saylani Trust.

 

By Maira Feroz

A journalism student who's studying the native form of journalism but is performing it in the digital way.