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SUPPORT SRIJAN TO KEEP THE FRONTLINE WARRIORS SAFE AGAINST CORONA

The demon of COVID-19 is threatening the very  existence of human beings on the  earth. It has caught all of us off guard and  slowly creeped into our lives unknowingly,  devouring thousands of lives, making  millions ill, destroying thousands of families and making millions of the poor, the daily wage earners jobless across the world on account of global lockdown and India is no exception to it. Though government of India and Indian states are doing the needful to ensure the current lockdown in India doesn't impact the lives of the poor, a collective and individual efforts are required to reach to millions who have no means to meet their square meals a day. Srijan Ka Sankalp has taken up the onus to feed 10,000 people in Bundelkhand region during the lockdown period but it  can't be possible when each of us chip in and contribute certain amounts from our saving for a just cause. Please do support us so that the poor doesn't die of starvation.


We will be distributing following food items to the families of daily wage workers with the help of local authorities and municipality. They will be delivering food to the needy in the current lockdown.

5 kg aata
1.5 kg rice
1 kg dal
500 ml oil
100 gram dhaniya powder
50 gram haldi powder
50 gram red mirch
20 gram garam masala
1 kg Salt


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24th June 2020
We have extended our COVID-19 support for the next 3 months. Please donate so that we could remain sustainable in our efforts. 
We have extended our COVID-19 support for the next 3 months. Please donate so that we could remain sustainable in our efforts. 
10th May 2020
So far we have spent more than 6 lakh on ration distribution.
Please check full updates on our facebook page.
fb.com/srijanofficial or our website www.srijankasankalp.org

So far we have helped more than 1300 families... approx 7500 people with their compete monthly ration. 
So far we have spent more than 6 lakh on ration distribution.
Please check full updates on our facebook page.
fb.com/srijanofficial or our website www.srijankasankalp.org

So far we have helped more than 1300 families... approx 7500 people with their compete monthly ration. 
1st May 2020
Thank you for your support. Now we are looking to supply required PPE for frontline warriors. Please donate , we will make it count. 
The demon of COVID-19 is threatening the very existence of human beings on the earth. It has caught all of us off guard and slowly creeped into our lives unknowingly, devouring thousands of lives, making millions ill, destroying thousands of families and making millions of the poor, the daily wage earners jobless across the world on account of global lockdown and India is no exception to it. Though government of India and Indian states are doing the needful to ensure the current lockdown in India doesn't impact the lives of the poor, a collective and individual efforts are required to reach to millions who have no means to meet their square meals a day. Srijan Ka Sankalp has taken up the onus to feed 10,000 people during the lockdown period. We have in past 4 weeks fed not only 7000+ migrant laborers in Bundelkhand, Bihar, Delhi but also collaborated with other NGOs and corporates to fed almost 1000+ truck drivers who are transporting essentials across the country.
The country is facing a daunting challenge with the Coronavirus Pandemic staring our country India. The number of Coronavirus positive cases in the country is increasing rapidly and slowly but surely it is going to overwhelm the Healthcare Infrastructure of the country. As has been reported in various countries there is going to be an acute shortage of ICU beds, Ventilators, and other medical equipment. Due to less availability of ICU beds, a number of patients will not be able to take the treatment which will result in a greater number of deaths.

The availability of high quality personal protective equipment (PPE) such as N95 masks, hazmat suits, face shields, and many others will help safeguard healthcare workers against the possibility of COVID 19 infection. This, in turn, will help them treat more and more COVID-19 patients and stop this pandemic.
During these times we could do as much as we can in helping them by providing them with effective barriers from contracting the infection.

The Initiative is to supply essential personal protective items like masks, head cover, eye goggles, coverall suits, face masks to our healthcare workers who are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic at the frontline. The funds will only benefit the patients, doctors, nurses, and staff of various hospitals across Bundelkhand. In the coming weeks, our healthcare workers will require millions of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) kits and we are already seeing a shortage of supply in the market. We request you to come forward and donate for us to be able to make sure that none of our corona warriors are fighting this war without weapons. Help us to save as many lives as possible in the times of this pandemic.
Thank you for your support. Now we are looking to supply required PPE for frontline warriors. Please donate , we will make it count. 
The demon of COVID-19 is threatening the very existence of human beings on the earth. It has caught all of us off guard and slowly creeped into our lives unknowingly, devouring thousands of lives, making millions ill, destroying thousands of families and making millions of the poor, the daily wage earners jobless across the world on account of global lockdown and India is no exception to it. Though government of India and Indian states are doing the needful to ensure the current lockdown in India doesn't impact the lives of the poor, a collective and individual efforts are required to reach to millions who have no means to meet their square meals a day. Srijan Ka Sankalp has taken up the onus to feed 10,000 people during the lockdown period. We have in past 4 weeks fed not only 7000+ migrant laborers in Bundelkhand, Bihar, Delhi but also collaborated with other NGOs and corporates to fed almost 1000+ truck drivers who are transporting essentials across the country.
The country is facing a daunting challenge with the Coronavirus Pandemic staring our country India. The number of Coronavirus positive cases in the country is increasing rapidly and slowly but surely it is going to overwhelm the Healthcare Infrastructure of the country. As has been reported in various countries there is going to be an acute shortage of ICU beds, Ventilators, and other medical equipment. Due to less availability of ICU beds, a number of patients will not be able to take the treatment which will result in a greater number of deaths.

The availability of high quality personal protective equipment (PPE) such as N95 masks, hazmat suits, face shields, and many others will help safeguard healthcare workers against the possibility of COVID 19 infection. This, in turn, will help them treat more and more COVID-19 patients and stop this pandemic.
During these times we could do as much as we can in helping them by providing them with effective barriers from contracting the infection.

The Initiative is to supply essential personal protective items like masks, head cover, eye goggles, coverall suits, face masks to our healthcare workers who are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic at the frontline. The funds will only benefit the patients, doctors, nurses, and staff of various hospitals across Bundelkhand. In the coming weeks, our healthcare workers will require millions of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) kits and we are already seeing a shortage of supply in the market. We request you to come forward and donate for us to be able to make sure that none of our corona warriors are fighting this war without weapons. Help us to save as many lives as possible in the times of this pandemic.
Rs.461,096 raised

Goal: Rs.1,500,000

Beneficiary: Srijan Ek Soch info_outline

Supporters (109)

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Anonymous donated Rs.10,000

Donation for Poor people for there food.

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Roshan donated Rs.10,000
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Anonymous donated Rs.300
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Anonymous donated Rs.5,000
Satish
Satish donated S$200
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Anuvrat donated 3,000 ر.ق