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Volunteer before you build an impact Organization! In this Fireside chat with Neenu Rathin Founder of The Social Town, she shares the journey of how she used the power of technology to connect people and how she considers volunteering could make a big impact in setting up a social impact organization. Neenu shares the best practices that could help in building a successful social impact making firm and how she used the power of persistence to build 24x7 Support centers for covid and how empathy helped her building from grass