In these tough times, many of us have been unable to procure some of the basic healthcare services, after testing Covid positive, even if we had the resources and means to afford them. If this is the case with us, think about those underprivileged and homeless habitants of the city, who probably do not even know which medicine to take to ease their bodyaches or how to procure food if they feel fatigue after getting the virus.
The Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust are providing free dry ration and hygiene kits to more than 350 persons in need of food in west Delhi slum areas monthly.
To make this possible, Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust is starting a Food Distributing Program. Wherein we aim to make and distribute at least 900-1000 Dry Ration Bags and Wellness Kits – comprising some basic over the counter medicines, a tetrapack of ORS, etc.
The least that we can do, is give everyone a chance to give a tough fight to this virus. Help us do that and donate for those who need some care in these times.
The Delhi government on Friday announced the closure of all government and private schools across the state till further notice owing to the rapid spread of Covid-19.
The decision, which was announced by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Twitter, has been taken due to the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic in the national capital in the past few days.
We are temporarily closing our NGO's social & educational centres due to rise in covid19 cases in delhi till further notice.
Thank you for your generous gift to Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust. We are thrilled to have your support. Through your donation we have been able to accomplish our goals and continue working towards education and community development programs. You truly make the difference for us, and we are extremely grateful!
We will continue to provide from food to hygiene kits to our beneficiaries during COVID-19.
Special Thanks: Ms. Payal Singla, Mr.Akshaya Datta Chitneni, Mr. Charles Daniel
Feb 6, 2021
Re-Opened Education Centre
By David Dass - Chief Executive Officer
Education is both the means as well as the end to a better life; means, because it empowers an individual to earn his/her livelihood and the end because it increases one's awareness on a range of issues – from healthcare to appropriate social behaviour to understanding one's rights, and in the process evolve as a better citizen.
One of the most affected victims of the pandemic are children who now have no access to schools. While a lot of children have the means for online classes, underprivileged children are still deprived of learning as they have no access to computers or smart phones. These children already have had difficult journeys, having fought the shackles of poverty, child labour, and much more to finally reach school. But the pandemic has reversed their years of struggle.
In order to continue the education of the underprivileged children, Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust re-opened education centre to provide Education to street/underprivileged Students. These children are in dire need of your help to become students again.
You can help Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust to continue this education centre by showing your love through your kind donations. With your love and contribution, these children will be ready to lead and give back to the world.