Our nation now faces one of its most difficult challenges yet. Protecting the children from the clutches of the coronavirus while not possessing vaccines suitable for children. Unlike with other age groups, vaccination cannot be looked towards as a way to break the chain of infection. Prevention and quick treatment is our best bet.
From the beginning of the second wave itself, Epicenter news has been at the forefront of the fight against the coronavirus. With a dedicated covid19 response team active 24/7, Epicenter was able to reach out to over 25,000 people who were in need of oxygen, hospital beds, medication and other supplies and provide it to them. Our efforts were fruitful as we were able to help many individuals who required assistance.
Now as the third wave approaches, Epicenter needs your help to help others. We aim to provide medical kits containing hand sanitizer, masks, over the counter medication and other supplies to underprivileged children from economically backward families as more often than not, they are unable to afford the expenses of a battle with coronavirus. Our only hope here is to do our best to make sure that these children do not contract the virus itself.
Epicenter's covid19 response team is a volunteer run and staffed organisation. All our efforts so far have been financed either by generous donors or personal contributions. No one at Epicenter utilises even a single rupee of the donations made for any personal or administrative expenses. Every donation is directly utilised in helping those our team has been set up to aid.
If you’re able, Epicenter would be grateful if you or your organisation made a contribution of any amount to our covid19 relief fund. Be rest assured that all your contributions will reach those that need it the most. Epicenter will also provide receipts of your contributions to you upon request.
Thank you in advance for your contribution. Your donation will go towards Epicenter's efforts in acquiring and distributing medical kits to underprivileged children in order to prevent them from contracting the coronavirus.
Thank you again!
Chief Executive Officer
You can read more about Epicenter's relief efforts during the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic in India at https://www.khaleejtimes.com/coronavirus-pandemic/india-covid-crisis-students-help-desperate-patients-find-hospital-beds-oxygen