5-year-old Aneeshwar Kunchala has become a star in the UK by raising around ₹3.7 lakhs for COVID-19 relief work in India.
In an interview given to The Times of India, he said, “I am happy to meet Andy and would like to do tons of challenges like these to help doctors and also fight against Covid-19”.
“We are raising lots of money…to help all the sick people at the doctors get better”— HomeAwayFromHomeland (@HAFHomeland) June 27, 2020
Inspirational five-year-old Aneeshwar Kunchala inspired 56 other kids to join him to raise money for @GiveIndia’s #Covid19 response fund.
Together they have raised £3230 after cycling 4,300km pic.twitter.com/qBaUezM3u9
He started a campaign called ‘Little pedallers Aneesh and his friends’, where he cycled a distance of 3,200 kilometers along with his 60 other friends.
Before this, Aneesh had also come up with a cricket challenge to help the NHS workers in the UK.
To honour his efforts, MP Andy Carter from Warrington South paid the young guy a visit recently. After the meeting, he said:
I was so pleased to meet a young boy from Warrington who has taken it upon himself to raise funds for Covid-19 response. What a fantastic achievement.
Five-year-old Aneeshwar Kunchala raised more than £2,700 for #NHS workers on the frontline in the battle against #coronavirus by playing #cricket.— HomeAwayFromHomeland (@HAFHomeland) June 6, 2020
The inspirational youngster was saved by hospital staff, aged one, when he was fighting for his life after triggering a nut allergy. pic.twitter.com/LluM2iispw
Inspirational five-year-old Aneeshwar Kunchala is well into his 10-day cricket challenge – which will see him knock 1000 ‘hits’ with the bat to raise money for @WHHNHS— Aran Dhillon (@arandhillonWG) May 1, 2020
The youngster – who was saved by hospital staff when he was one – has already smashed past initial £1000 target pic.twitter.com/UoS0Yipiy5
Aneesh is going to meet MP Charlotte Nichols next and has already spoken about his campaign to British deputy high commissioner to Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, Andrew Fleming.
Kudos to 5-year-old Telugu boy Aneeshwar Kunchala who cycled 100 kms in Manchester and raised 2.6 lakhs to support those fighting #Covid_19 pandemic in India.— UK in Hyderabad🇬🇧🇮🇳 (@UKinHyderabad) June 23, 2020
An inspiring #LivingBridge story! https://t.co/K0BkQfPQx6 via @timesofindia pic.twitter.com/BCPOhKxPdv