Mumbai: Mumbai Social Entreprenuer Mariya Nagree, former President, Inner Wheel Club of Bombay Pier, shares her team’s charitable activities with Hello Mumbai News reporter Radhika Joshi.

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    News Report by Radhika Joshi:  

    Mumbai:Mariya Nagree, former President, Inner Wheel CLub of Bombay Pier, a sister Club of Rotary Club of Bombay Pier in Mumbai and its members concurrently launched several activities associated with Covid alongwith Rotary Club of Bombay Pier, impacting 20,000 People.

    Notably, Women of the Club took it upon themselves to pool in the surety that the people were fed and looked after.
    They contributed PPE (personal protective equipment), masks, sanitisers, preventive medicines, and above all, food for migrant workers, daily wagers, Policemen, Doctors, Medical staff, Adivasi women, street children, Orphans, Transgender society and other marginalised sections in Mumbai.

    They have distributed sanitizers, masks, and gloves to Police HQ, Matunga police station, railway workers, and daily wage earners at King Circle Slums, and to 2750 Policemen and workers.

    Further, they benefited 600 daily wagers by giving cooked food and grain kits. Accomplished their mission in locations such as Wadi Bunder, Nariman Point Slums, Byculla, and Worli Slums. Have sourced grains from different traders based on locality. Packing, and logistics were taken care of by Robinhood Army. Each grain kit cost Rs 1500 to Rs 1600 sufficient for a family of 5 or 6 persons for a month.

    Furthermore, donated to doctors, nurses, medical staff, and community health workers in Sion Hospital, Wadia Hospital, JJ Hospitals. Likewise, have also allotted to 12,000 Adivasi women. Gave 10,000 packets of sanitary napkins during a medical camp for women under the National Commissions for Women India initiatives.

    Whereas Doctors too imparted hygiene training and distributed sanitizers and masks to women to deal with this pandemic.

    The Club also contributed 75 food packages comprising grains to labourers, daily wage earners, marginal employees, and their families at Dharavi, JJ colony, Kalla Compound slums through Hind Welfare Association. This benefitted 300 daily wagers.

    Even 4288 Street Children got assisted by this Club which sponsored 67 Ration kits to St Catherine Girl’s Orphanage, YMCA Boys Orphanage, and Transgender Community living in slums from Andheri to Malad. Each kit aids a family of 4 for 16 days.

    These are some of the good instances of the various activities performed by the Club.

     

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