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Mumbai: Mumbai NGo Karuna Seva volunteers surge forward for a great and noble cause in distribution of home cooked food kits to needy and Dabbawallas amid lockdown

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Mumbai: Mumbai NGo Karuna Seva volunteers surge forward for a great and noble cause in distribution of home cooked food kits to needy and Dabbawallas amid lockdown
Mumbai Mayor Kishori pdnekar graced the occasion.

Mumbai Mayor in conversation with Karuna Seva Team at her Bunglow in south Mumbai.

Mumbai: Mumbai NGo Karuna Seva volunteers surge forward for a great and noble cause in distribution of home cooked food kits to needy and Dabbawallas amid lockdown

Mumbai: Mumbai NGo Karuna Seva Volunteers Kruthat Goradia, Uday Chandarana, Ketan Dattani,Devang Mehta,Roitish Haldar ,Bimal Manek, Sunny Rachwani, Sanjay Mishra, Nainesh Shah, Manan Parekh and Rakesh Chawla, stepped out for a great cause at Mayor Smt. Kishori Pednekar’s Mayor’s bungalow.

Notably, Karuna Seva have been on their toes right from day one of the Covid-19 induced lockdown in reaching out to possible places to provide relief to more than lacs of people in dire straits and in need of help.

They never even forgot Mumbai’s popular Dabbawallas. They provided ration kits to 500++ of them in the august presence of Honb’le Mayor Smt. Kishori Pednekar at her Mayor’s bungalow !

Remarkably, 4.5lac food packets of home cooked food were distributed to poor, needy, slum dwellers and the migrants.

Mumbai Mayor Kishore Pdnekar expresses gratitude towards the entire campaign of Karuna Seva Seva and dabbawaala’s expressing theirs too for documenting the same.

The entire process of ration kits preparation, packing and distribution of the same to the dabbawaala’s with complete protocol has been captured on a video and which needs appreciation.

Soon more projects of ration kits are in the pipeline. Their next endeavour is to feed the 400 needy families at the Elephanta Island on the 28th of June 2020.

More projects as
* medical camp
* 1 lac Reusable fabric mask distribution
* books distribution to mentally retired children’s education help.

News Edit by K.V.Raman

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