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Jaipur's Abhyutthanam Society partners with Swiggy to provide free meals to the needy!

A well-balanced and hygienically prepared meal is what many people dream of and amid this pandemic, getting even one meal throughout the day has become a far-fetched dream for many individuals. This is especially true for people who are suffering from COVID-19 in isolation with no one around for help and the underprivileged sections of society with parched income.

Coming to the rescue of such people, Jaipur-based Abhyutthanam Society has taken up the task of providing them with proper food. Established in 2014 as an NGO advocating for the 'Right to Education', this society has been providing free meals to COVID patients, their kins and the economically deprived residents in the city.

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Workers of Sheroes cafe distribute free food to the needy in Lucknow & Agra

Acid attack survivors that once worked at Sheroes, are now preparing food and distributing them free-of-cost to the underprivileged. This initiative is being jointly run by the Lucknow and Agra franchise of Sheroes since last month, after losses incurred post-pandemic forced them to shut down their venture. Apart from feeding the poor, this initiative is also creating awareness among people to stop the heinous crime of acid attacks.

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CA Helping Hand Foundation in Lucknow is looking for volunteers to relay pandemic relief!

The coronavirus pandemic has altered our lives forever, moulding our perspectives to suit the 'new normal'. This era has proven yet again, that not all heroes wear capes but PPE Kits and masks and this is your chance to join the squad! The CA Helping Hand Foundation in Lucknow, a network of young CA's against the perils of COVID-19, is calling out for your support. The outfit seeks your strength to build a longer chain of COVID-19 aid, a link that can cage the spread of woes amid the grave hours.

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Indore Cop extends 'Helping Hand' to the kin of COVID patients with free food delivery service

The prohibitory restrictions imposed in wake of coronavirus infection have put a screeching halt on other activities as well. As a result, several COVID-19 patients in home isolation or hospitals and even their families are struggling to arrange for food. Around 250 such people have been lent the support of 'Helping Hand', a noble initiative of the Indore police, wherein they deliver free food to patients and their families amid the gruesome hours of this pandemic. Under the vision of Madhya Pradesh Traffic Police Head Constable Ranjeet Singh, a team of constable colleagues prepare food before and after duty and reach out to the needy.

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