We are trying to buy minimum groceries for these families to help them sustain until we are all safe. We all know that the COVID-19 situation is slowing blowing up before our eyes and it's crucial to step up and support the Daily Wage Earner who has been hit the hardest.
As we are citizens of this country.we have the right to live.but so many people near my home where came to work in SEZ society in Chittoor dist, Andhra Pradesh. As they don't have work due to COVID.there are striving to get food.they are living every minute as a very critical condition .so the people of our place were decided to give financial support. if you help us then it may be very helpful to hunger.
The people infected with the COVID-19 virus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without requiring special treatment.
The world is facing an onerous challenge with communities and economies everywhere affected by the growing COVID-19 pandemic. The world is coming together to combat the COVID-19 pandemic bringing governments, organizations from across industries and sectors, and individuals together to help respond to this global outbreak.
Be it soaps, masks, sanitizers in the immediate run or the provision of food packets or medicines to those who've already run dry of all resources - this amount will be used sensibly. A small contribution from you could go a long way.
Based on the funds received, every month we would pack the packages based on the funds received and deliver those through our local volunteers. One package would consist of:
Rice, 100KG, 50= 5000
Atta, 100kg, 40= 4000
Oil, 100 lts, 60 = 6000
Water,200 lts, 20 =4000
Vegetables = 4000
Dal,100 KG,90 = 9000
1. Rice - 3 kg
3. Edible Oil - 1kg
4. Sugar - 1kg
5. Tea - 0.2 kg
6. Pulses (Toor Daal) - 1 kg
7. Salt - 1 kg8. Egg - 1 dozen
9. Soybean - 1/2 Kg
10. Potatoes - 5 Kg and Onions - 1 K