Raahat Sewa - A covid relief camp | Milaap
Raahat Sewa - A covid relief camp
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    Ladli Foundation Trust

    from Uttar Pradesh

80G tax benefits for INR donations



Ladli Foundation Trust is a non-profit social organization registered under the Indian Trust Act (1980), FCRA, 80 (G) based in India committed to implementing mass level initiatives for sensitization, health care and education of women and children. It has been granted consultative status to the United Nations Economic and Social Council. It has been involved in enhancing the quality of life of the vulnerable young women and has

directly benefited 75000+ underprivileged women and sensitized more than 3 Lakh



The pandemic has severely affected the urban and rural slum dwellers including the migrant laborers who are underprivileged and lack resources to sustain themselves and thereby it has left them without any access to food and water. In these difficult times, most of them are jobless and thus deprived of their daily wages. Also, persons with disabilities face additional problems with regard to access to healthcare and medicines.

In this regard, we think that it is our duty to lend a helping hand towards those who are less fortunate than us. We have initiated SAATHI HATH BADHANA in collaboration with India News as an extended hand of Project Raahat Sewa to help the people who are in dire need of food and essential commodities. For us, we believe that the act of giving is not just a duty but should be considered a privilege.


We, at Ladli, have initiated project RAAHAT SEWA. Through this project, we seek to reach out to thousands of such distressed individuals.

● We have provided them with essential commodities and have helped them with providing medical advice from a team of doctors.

● In addition to this, we have also initiated a 3 Stage Covid-19 awareness program. In the first stage, we will identify the target areas that need to spread awareness regarding do’s and don'ts of corona virus. The second stage includes training of our SAHELI/ASHA workers who will spread awareness to maintain their authenticity.

In the third phase, these workers will conduct door to door awareness programs for a wider reach and effective results.

We have been engaged in this practice since lockdown but the fight is still not over. Despite the unlocks which have folded in the country, a larger section of the society remains unemployed as everyone is still avoiding keeping workers as precautionary measures. But the question that stuck in our heart is where will these people go? How would they ensure their family’s survival?

So this made us carry on with our project and ensure the best that we could provide these helpless people. With this aim, we want to seek your help and support to continue our distribution of relief packages without hindering our operations of serving the distressed in India. Till now, we have been able to benefit 1,50,000 migrant laborers by providing them 1 month ration. 6000 lactogen packets and 1,50,000 masks have been distributed. 

Each relief kit prepared through the funds collected will have:

● 5 masks

● Baby food- lactogen

● 3kg rice

● 2kg wheat flour

● 2kg pulses

● 1-litre cooking oil and spices

The measure of life is not in its duration, but it's a donation. So feel fortunate by becoming a

part of this good cause.

We are grateful for your help!

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