Mumbai : Inner Wheel Club of Secunderabad, Dis 314, distributed food and essential kids to lockdown affected people, Jayanthi Kannan shares her charity work experiences during lockdown with Hello Mumbai News.

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    News Report by Neha Singh: 

    Inner Wheel Club of Secunderabad, Dis 314, distributed food and essential kids to lockdown affected people, Jayanthi Kannan shares her charity work experiences during lockdown with Hello Mumbai News Reporter Neha Singh:
    Inner Wheel Club of Secunderabad is an exceptionally recognized organisation for all the charitable service and other activities.  Jayanthi Kannan is a friendly & motherly advice.She is an English literature Post graduate.

    Girl child adopted by their member Sabita Gowra.
    In an interview with Hello Mumbai News reporter Neha Singh she asserts that amid this lockdown crisis her club has distributed 300 Home Isolations Kits for patients in Cantonment hospital this project cost approx.rs90.000. She also mentions that-
    Our Club’s members are continuously on their toes and carrying out their extraordinary job in trying to fight and break the chain of the virus.
    While talking with her she said that They have celebrated 1st July Doctors Day with honouring of five Dr.s with special certificates of appreciation.
    Adding to this, In Acharyagurukul Trust ,an organisation for underprivileged girls ,provided funds for purchace of educational materials. Another school such as Sri Vidya School for special needs children were provided special equipment’s &tools for their further education.
    They have distributed Rice bags of 100 kgs in the Forum for Boys &in slums for Rasoolpura for feeding poor children .
    Their club member has adopted a girl child in SMILES ORPHANAGE for year to take care of all her needs including education.
    Apart from this, they have distributed food packets to daily wage workers & migrants in slums .Daily provisions were handed over to Corona affected families in Rasoolpura slums. They had also distributed supplements to mothers in Dr.Paul, Das Maternity hospital.
    Along with these, 30 needy families were given parcels of provisions for a month. The total beneficiaries from all above projects are many and the total value of all these projects is more than 5 lakhs.

    Meanwhile, she instructs people to stay strong, stay home and stay safe. When stepping out to maintain social distancing, wear mask, wash hands, and subsequently notify people to help the downtrodden people in the society.

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