अन्नछत्र - चला अशा या संकट काळात गरिबांना अन्नदानासाठी मदत करुया | Milaap
अन्नछत्र - चला अशा या संकट काळात गरिबांना अन्नदानासाठी मदत करुया
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  • Matoshree

    Created by

    Matoshree Sevadham
  • MS

    This fundraiser will benefit

    Matoshree Sevadham Arogya Seva Trust

    from Mumbai, Maharashtra

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Rs.30/- small Contribution  can feed one hungry helpless needful  person in lockdown.

Every  small contribution counts and  make huge impact .

You are  अन्नदाता for someone who is helpless.

 As the COVID-19 pandemic grows, there’s a section of society that has been brought to its knees. This includes the homeless, wage laborers, and stranded migrant workers. The people who depend on the day’s wages to put a meal on the table for themselves and their families,We are feeding such helpless poor hungry  people providing food to them.

Join social work by contributing valuable little bit.
 
You can offer food to needful by just contributing Rs.30/- 

ABOUT US

Matoshree Sevadham is working since last 17 years as NGO & started this Social campaign - "food to poor daily wagers."
Detailed updates of all social activities by the NGO team will be provided.
Help our poor peoples affected due to lockdown by your Contribution to social work.  
Your contribution needed to help our people. Please contribute to support people affected in lockdown.
kindly participate and contribute.  
100% of your contribution  will be used for poor people.
We are working to support the poor families affected in lockdown. Your participation by involving in our activities by contributing small possible donation of Rs.30/- will definitely make a big difference to keep continuing our mission "Janta Seva"

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About our Activities

In last 17 years  delivered  benefit to more than 7 Lakh needful people under completed 25 social projects.

Since last 17 years regularly conducted approx. 1500 Medical & Eye-Checkup Camps. More than 7,00,000 peoples have served by this camps.
Matoshree Sevadham Arogya Seva Trust,Trust, has been instrumental in the social sector since last 18 years due to its diligence and dedication.MAST (Matoshree Sevadham Arogya Seva Trust) was founded on 6th September 2002. The trust operates smoothly & effectively in rural & interior areas of Maharashtra, Goa & Karnataka States under the guidance and co-operation of many social and political entities in the urban as well as rural front. MAST has completed successfully 18 years of charity in the field of eye and general health check-up camps and has distributed spectacles to the needy people across the states of Maharashtra, Karnataka & Goa. We are equipped to provide our charitable activities in the remaining states of India.
Our Mission
  •  To feed helpless poor hungry people in Lockdown to make society hunger free.


Our additional goal.
  •  To set up modern Pathological laboratories for early detection of diseases.
  •  Mobile medical center to serve poor and needy of rural areas.
  •  To establish Ayurvedic Hospital and Training Centers.
  •  To establish Nursing Training centers.
  •  To provide updated Technology for guidance, treatment and clinical analysis through expert Doctors.
  •  Organization of Camps for Health, Sports and Cleanliness awareness.
  •  To distribute First Aid kits in rural areas.
  •  To establish rejuvenation and wellness centers.
  •  To establish Multi-Specialty Hospitals.
  •  To establish Medical colleges.
  •  To create awareness and provide avenues for health and hygiene.
  •  To provide potable water in the rural areas.
 Since last 17 years regularly conducted approx. 1500 Medical & Eye-Checkup Camps. More than 7,00,000 peoples have served by this camps.

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