Desi Girl Priyanka Chopra bags yet another accolade in her kitty that too for Social Justice !

Our Desi girl Priyanka Chopra has made us proud yet again by winning the Mother Teresa award for Social Justice in Mumbai . The Harmony foundation invited her to receive the award which was accepted by her proud mother who stated ““I humbly accept the award on her behalf. As a mother, I am immensely proud to have a child who is so compassionate and has so much kindness in her. She exemplifies the fact the more you give, the more you get. Even as a child, she was influenced by Mother Teresa and has been supporting Prem Niwas in Bareilly.”‘

These are  the awards to honor individuals and organizations that endorse peace, equality and social justice, and aim to encourage the cause of justice and peaceful coexistence inspiring the society to follow their steps on this righteous path.This award started in the 2005 and are given out annually in the honor of Mother Teresa. It is recognized by the missionaries of Charity . In 2016 , this award was presented to the late Neerja Bhanot amongst few others. Sushmita Sen won this award in 2013 .

Apart from  her professional commitments , PC always takes out time for humanitarian social causes . She is also the UNICEF goodwill ambassador.She was also a part of the campaign Girls Rising , a social media cause for global education of girls with Freida Pinto in 2014 . She has her own foundation by the name of Priyanka Chopra Foundation for Health and Education” and 10 percent of her earnings goes towards funding her foundations which has 70 children under its wings out of which 50 are girls.

She has donated 5 million to Nanavati hospital for their Cancer ward , named after her father.She was a nominee of the Navratna by our Prime Minister for the Swach Bharat Abhiyan. To promote organ donation, and spread awareness this diva has pledged to donate her own organs after death and was co-keynote speaker at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s Bollywood themed 20th-anniversary celebration of its liver-transplant program in 2012.

She is truly an inspiring person living her life to the best with just the right amount of social work and justice . We wish her much luck and success in the future.

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