We all know the situation of india currently the 2nd layer has spread this virus for people dying without their loved ones to see them at last rituals or even cannot image the worst time of all lives. This is a Social cause to help the people save the lives not only old age group but the middle age people who have small childrens and is the only source of income to live. This disaster have lost many lives and is continuing to spread with forecasting of 3rd layer in July- Oct'21. I would request everyone to contribute and be part of this cause "OXYGEN FOR INDIA" OR " DONATE FOR LOST LIVES" so that we can help and reach the masses all over the world for serving the best from this fund raiser and not only India. Every contribution and help from each family/ person will be remarkable step. Also, anyone who have the leads wherever help is needed can reach out to us for quick serve. Money is not the only thing it is the support of all which can make a difference to save lives. Please share - one share of this post means you contributed too. God - please help all.
The process of distribution of Masks, Cylinders and concentrators will be transparent and published in the public domain so every donor can see the impact he has created.
Each high flow oxygen concentrator costs Rs. 85,000 and each low flow concentrator costs Rs 45,000. Cylinder will cost Rs.7500 for home quarantine cases but these days 1,400-litre oxygen cylinder meant for domestic use, which used to leased out at Rs 8,000-9,000, is often being rented out for as much as Rs 25,000-Rs 65,000 by several pharmacies and oxygen providers in the city. We will make sure this black marketing will stop and will distribute these at home. which will help make beds available for critical patients in hospitals and ICU.
- A contribution of Rs.45000 will procure one low-flow concentrator that can treat and save the lives of up to 900 patients with mild to moderate illness.
- A contribution of Rs. 85000 will procure one high-flow concentrator that can treat and save the lives of up to 550 patients with a severe or critical illness.