People, in general, find it difficult to give away items that are no longer in use. Giving things away can be a tedious and time-consuming process at times. This is primarily due to a lack of well-established and appropriate platforms for the distribution of goods to those in need. Amish and Mohit have created a website to promote the idea of sharing necessities such as toys, books, clothes etc, in order to add to happiness of the less fortunate. The project’s objective is to contribute to growth and well-being of the underprivileged, regardless of their geographical location or background. Locating the right person for whom such goods would be useful could be difficult. The implication of the project is that it spreads the concept of sharing necessities out of generosity, which gives hope and joy to many homes that otherwise may not be able to afford the items. This platform aims to motivate online visitors to consider donating by using smart design, quality content, and easy-to-use tools. It strives at creating a positive impression of the brand for both new and returning visitors.
Amish Dickson D’Souza and Mohit Kamat, final year students of MCA have completed the project titled GOODHEART sponsored through St Aloysius College (Autonomous) through seed money. They completed the research work under the guidance of Dr Santhosh B, associate professor and HOD, Dept of MCA, AIMIT.