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Mumbai : Surat based Ngo’ Social Army NGO, steps forward to help needy people amid Covid-19 pandemic lockdown, interacts with Hello Mumbai News

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Mumbai : Surat based Ngo’ Social Army NGO,  steps forward to help needy people amid Covid-19 pandemic lockdown, interacts with Hello Mumbai News
Picture of Food Distribution during lockdown.
Picture of Blood Donation Camp.

 

picture of Chirag Kukadiya,Founder “Social Army NGO,”Surat

 

Mumbai: While Interacting with Neha Singh, Chirag Kukadiya, Founder, “Social Army NGO,”Surat said that their mission is to promote actions, services, and good practices intended to improve the lives of people.

He added that the Ngo was established in 2015 in Surat and ever since then the Wheel of Charity has been rolling.
Amid the lockdown, they had distributed Ration kits to the needy people.

They also floated a kitchen at Suryakiran Society, Varchha Road Surat, for all the needy and hungry people. They have been daily providing lunch and dinner to 2000 people approx. They visit the Cowshed at Nand Gaushala Surat, Panjarapol for feeding grass fodder every week.

Furthermore, he added that amid lockdown all blood bank faced shortage for blood and at that time their team collected blood daily from Donor’s home and collected approx more than 100 bottles of blood..Live Blood Bank is one of the Club’s main project. The main motto of this project is that in any situation if any patient needed blood they always stood by for them and provided blood.

When plazma therapy is approved in Surat and other sectors of Gujarat they convinced people for Donating plazma for Covid Patient and provided 30 units of plazma to them.

Remarkably, Social Army NGO, have been working on projects like Shiksha and provided free education to more than 120 students.

His message to the citizens is sa “due to Covid-19 pandemic, many immigrant labourers had left Surat and to their native place for survival.

He further affirmed that, now, the places are unlocked so “I request the labourers to return to Surat and start their work ensuring Surat as it was prior to lockdown.

Besides this, he said “he would like to advise citizens to co-operate with the government and follow their protocols .”

News Correspondent Neha Singh

News Edit by K.V.Raman

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