Grocery Kits for Chakma Tribal’s Family | Milaap
Grocery Kits for Chakma Tribal’s Family
of Rs.300,000
5 supporters
  • Koushik

    Created by

    Koushik Ghosh Choudhury
  • SM

    This fundraiser will benefit


    from Guwahati

Dear All,
Greetings of the day.....!!!
Hope you all are well and staying at home safely. Renowned Social Worker of Gauhati, Assam, India, Mr. Sakya Moni Chakma and his friends are raising funds to distribute cooked food and grocery kits to poor families. From the beginning of #LOCKDOWN, till now they have distributed Food more than 1200+ Poor People of 300 Chakma Tribal Families in the village Sasiranjan Basti, BORLONGPHER, subdivision, Karbi- Anglong Autonomous Council, Assam, India. The government provided only 8 Kg of rice per family to these Chakma tribals, which is insufficient for these families. But in the event of increasing lock down, from second lock down, Sakya is unable to provide Food  to these tribal families . .
Mr. Sakya Moni Chakma needs your kind of help for this COVID-19 food relief program in Jamshedpur. Please keep donate keep share Keep Support. 
Help Mr. Sakya Moni Chakma to feed poor families during the COVID Lockdown #IndiaFightsCorona
Sakya and his friends  is committed to feeding poor families during the COVID-19 lockdown. They are identifying poor families through there volunteer teams who are working on the ground.

Please donate generously to those hardest hit by COVID-19 lockdown.

Your Contribution Can Provide :-
  • Hygiene kit for high-risk population containing essentials to keep children and their family safe from COVID-19 (Masks, Sanitizer, Soaps, Sanitary Towels, etc.)
  • Food Basket ( Rice, Dals, Spices, Potato, Onion, etc .)
  • Baby Foods 
  • Health support for children and families in need 
My name is Koushik Ghosh Choudhury. I am a social worker from Jamshedpur, Jharkhand. I am here to raise funds for my family friend and renowned Social Worker of Gauhati – Assam, Mr. Sakya Moni Chakma to help the underprivileged poor tribal families . 

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