The 200 families of the Artillery Force, located in the military camp area of Pune, collected 1,500 garments of all kinds from children to seniors and visited Goodwill India at Shivne. Army Major Pankaj Singh, after inspecting Goodwill India's work on the internet and in person, liked the organization's old clothes work very much. He immediately started collecting clothes. He said that these clothes would be of great use to the poor people in the cold and with the corona. Goodwill India's Kalidas More and Sampada Alate were present on the occasion.