As we are facing the second strand of COVID-19, we are getting calls from many parts of the country raising the needs of food, medical aids, and other amenities.
We are delivering food to covid patients isolated in different parts of Delhi. We are also providing 1000 food packets to homeless people daily.
We are running short of funds to meet the needs of all and would like to request you to come forward and make your contribution in the good deed.
We are a group of individuals, who came together to fulfill our social responsibility during the massive crisis going on in the entire country, first due to the Delhi riots and then the marathon lockdown.
Since Day 1, we have been indulged in raising funds through Twitter and Instagram to help the needy. To date, we have been able to help around 4.5 lac people by providing them with essentials like ration, cooked meals, sanitary and other basic necessities. We have also been arranging aids and transportation facilities for those dealing with medical emergencies, especially pregnant women and kids. We had also arranged smartphones and laptops for 250 poor children so they could continue their studies online.
We successfully raised INR 2.5 crores through crowdfunding. We supported underprivileged people by helping them start or restart their businesses. When we were left with some funds, we utilized them to provide mental health therapy sessions to those who could not afford it.
At the moment, we are not connected to any recognized organization as all of this happened suddenly. But we are a consistent team of doctors, advocates, therapists who are well aware of the situation and possible solutions. As we are facing the second strand of COVID-19, we are getting calls from many parts of the country raising the needs for food, medical aids, and other amenities.
Sharing the link below of some of our work recognition -
Watch the interview on India Today- http://youtu.be/-anuEdYm3Es (Distribution of smartphones for online studies)
Watch the interview on ABP news - http://youtu.be/iibMSecnC14
Arranging mental health sessions for the people who can’t afford-
A detailed article of recent works-
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As you already know, the world is going through some tough times because of COVID-19. For the safety of people and as a need of the hour, most of the countries are in a complete lockdown.
Likewise, India has done the same. But unfortunately, the much-needed decision of lockdown has turned out to be a slow poison for the poor people, while ensuring safety mostly among the privileged class.
Right now, Delhi has the most vulnerable people. As you must be already aware that North East Delhi faced the Pogrom from 24th February which has affected thousands of families in such a way that they have lost everything and before they could regain the stability from the riots, COVID-19 occurred and soon the lockdown was initiated. The income sources of these families have been crushed due to riots, leaving them behind with no money and no food supplies.
Since the very beginning, we have been working to provide relief to them and help them restart their livelihood. We have re-established livelihood for around 50 families from the collected funds of 70lacs (approx.) which are transferred directly into the victim’s account through crowdfunding.
Even after the lockdown, we have managed to provide ration, medicine, and other essential items to around 65,000 people (12300 families) in Delhi NCR. We have covered Mustafabad, Khajuri, Seelampur, Noor e ilaahi, Shiv vihar, Chaandbagh, Seemapuri, Haiderpur, Kardampuri, Nandnagri, Ashok Nagar, Dilshad Garden, Shashtri park, Loni, Alvi Nagar, Karawal Nagar, Sadar, Karol bagh, Uttam Nagar, Chandni Chowk, Ghazipur, Kalyanpuri, Ghaziabad, Babu Nagar, Vijay park, Chandu Nagar, Nehru Vihar, New seelampur, Kabir Nagar, Mandoli, Jahangirpuri, Wazirabad, Mangolouri, Pahar ganj, Bawana, GB road, Bhagirathi Vihar, Dayalpur, Laxmi Nagar, Turkman gate, Mahalakshmi enclave, Jafrabad, maujpur, welcome, Gandhi Nagar, Maujpur, Rohini, Tirlokpuri, Subhash Nagar, Tees Hazari.
We have also handled medical emergencies. Unfortunately, we are now facing a severe shortage of funds and it is nearly impossible for us to continue our relief work in such a situation.
We are currently seeking funds for the same. Our major focus is on Migrant laborers and Daily wage workers. We provide ration to families of around 5 members for 7-10 days.
We are seeking funds for approx 4500 families who have been already surveyed and verified for their needs by us. The whole project can be covered in 7-10 days which will cost us around 50 lacs.
We request you to consider this grave situation by contributing to the funding so that no parent has to watch their kids sleep hungry. We hope that you help us in this call for collective efforts.
You can see our work at Twitter Handle - @Kissekahaaniyan