Income inequality is a harsh reality in India, with a large segment of the population having to work daily for their sustenance. The biggest question is how will they feed their families? These people do not have the financial resources to stock up supplies even for a week. Yes food, without which one can survive.
As we all struggle with a global pandemic and its disastrous effect on our local economies, it is important for us to immediately pivot our philanthropic energies to the most vulnerable among us.
Shree Amrutvahini Gramvikas Mandal is a voluntary organization based in Maharashtra working for the rehabilitation of homeless people with mentally ill roadside destitute since 2006. the organization is providing services like rescuing the people with mentally ill destitute with support of police and we provide them shelter food cloths and counseling facilities through our center. After the treatment, we find out their families and re-unite them in their family. During the course, 572 people have been reunited with their families after a spell of sustained care, treatment, and psychological help offered by the organization.