During the second wave of coronavirus in India, we spread awareness about the importance of
2. Wearing Masks
We went to different villages and rural areas such as Muhana, Faggy, and many others to distribute
1. Masks & Sanitizers
We impacted approximately 5000 people with this campaign
The second wave of Covid 19 struck India in April. After having suffered from Covid-19, we knew the difficulties and turmoil one’s family and oneself has to go through when down with Covid so we made up our mind to help the community in these difficult times. We started a Medicine Relief Campaign and provided food to the needy.
Medicine Relief Campaign:
For this campaign, I aimed to provide free medicines to families with covid patients who are not able to afford medicines. We created virtual posters and posted them on social media sites. People contacted us through phone calls, messages and shared their prescriptions and addresses. We contacted the Robinhood Army (The Robin Hood Army is a volunteer-based, zero-funds organization that works to get surplus food from restaurants and the community to serve less fortunate people.); I asked them to help us with the distribution of medicines. In total around, we purchased $1350 worth of medicines which were distributed to around 500 people.
We distributed dry ration kits worth $1400 to the laborers who earned daily wages but due to lockdown lost their jobs. The ration kits included stuff like cereals, flour, cooking oil, rice, etc. The amount of $1400 was deposited in Chief Minister’s Covid Relief Fund. A report was also published about this is in Dainik Bhaskar and Rajasthan Patrika.