Extreme Failure

Abdul Sattar Edhi served the world with his selfless activities and philanthropist work till his death. Edhi foundation was mainly functioning due to the funds given by the world. But after his death the funds decreased due to which Edhi Foundation is not performing the same way. I and my Amal fellow( Mareeha Gull) had got to be collecting the funds for the organization in two weeks. 
These two weeks had been very hectic. I had a family function that was to last for around 15 days and just as it ended a event was waiting for both of us for which we were in the management team. These reasons contributed to our reduced productivity. Despite of being failed I would still say that the first week was better. I and my friend, we knew that we had to collect the funds and the best place for us to work in was our university campus. But then more factors worsened the situtaion. Our other friends who are also amal fellows of a different batch had started this activity in the university before we ever knew that we would have to do such a thing, and of course they managed to get the funds from the teachers and other friends also. As we all had the same social circle, this was where we realized we were in trouble. People are always less willing to contribute to nobility and if they had done once, the chances of contributing again the same time reduce to 50% automatically.
So the failure here indicated that we need to change the plan. We decided to ask for help on social media groups if anybody wanted to contribute. But that wasn’t helpful either.
The process of giving a thought went on until Mareeha fell too ill to work on it any longer. In the end I just wish we had greater time to work and a much greater team to give the heart and soul to it.