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Mumbai: J. Mani Prabha, Past District Chairman, Inner Wheel Club, District 302, interacts with Hello Mumbai News on her work and experience amid Covid 19 – induced lockdown

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Mumbai: J. Mani Prabha, Past District Chairman, Inner Wheel Club, District 302, interacts with Hello Mumbai News on her work and experience amid Covid 19 – induced lockdown

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Mumbai: Interacting with Hello Mumbai News, J. Mani Prabha, Past District Chairman, Inner Wheel Club, District 302, says, with a view to keep our members and President energetic amid the Covid-19 induced lockdown, District Chairman K. Lakshmi organized online games, music and fancy dress competitions. Tambola, Live program on facebook on meditation. District speaker meets on health etc.. for 30 days.The project cost them.Rs.30,000/-

Amid this Covid-19 tough time Club put in all their efforts and donated rice, groceries, vegetables, fruits, basic food items, milk and butter milk to daily wagers, needy people lying on the road side, at govt run hospitals, senior citizens homes, orphanage homes, differently-abled physically handicapped, Visually challenged and mentally retarded homes, etc… ​

In order to maintain social distance, distributed masks at orphanage homes and donated Sanitary pads, Sanitizers and dettol liquid and soaps at Senior Citizen Home, Orphanage Homes, Government Hospitals and HIV affected children and needy people.​

Even towels, napkins, handmade masks and polarised googles were distributed in large scales to the police and others.​

An amount of Rs. 2,20,000/- was given to Chief Minister Relief Fund, ACP, and different organisations like Red Cross Society, GVMC Commissioner , Old Age Theatre Artists and Financial help to workers at Govt . Hospital. ​

She finally made it known that Public at large were benefited and Rs. 25,00,000/- was spent on the project.​

News Edit by K.V.Raman

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