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 COVID-19  India Project #46436

COVID-19 Food Relief Service

by El Shaddai Charitable Trust
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Summary

India is in the midst of the second wave of COVID 19. The daily infection count has gone all-time high and thousands of families are at dire risk. Among all, the worst-hit is the underprivileged segment of the society. In response to this crisis, The El Shaddai Charitable Trust began its COVID-19 Food Relief Service on 30th March 2020. The Trust has been serving cooked meals every day to daily wage workers, migrant labourers, marginalized families, and needy people on the street and slums.

$30,000
total goal
$13,103
remaining
123
donors
3
monthly donors
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Challenge

India is passing through a deadly second surge of the COVID 19 outbreak. Among all, the worst hit was an underprivileged segment of the society. More than a thousand people have been dying and are infected each day. Marginalised people need food to survive each day and the lack of basic resources further has worsened the already existing hunger and poverty situation. Daily wage workers and marginalized families neither had any source of income nor any source of food.

Solution

In response to this crisis, The El Shaddai Charitable Trust began its COVID-19 Food Relief Service on 30th March 2020. The Trust has been serving cooked meals every day to daily wage workers, migrant labourers, marginalized families, and needy people on the street and slums. Donations towards this project will help distribute nutritious food to the needy.

Long-Term Impact

El Shaddai has served over 3 Lakhs of cooked meals to the people in need. It is catering to the needy across the marginalised. We aim to serve a million cooked meals soon. This hunger will lead to safety risks and melting the economy, life will be saved with your donations. We appeal to everyone to kindly team up with us and provide financial support so that we can enhance much-needed service to more and more people. Please join us in this cause against Corona with your generous help.

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Organization Information

El Shaddai Charitable Trust

Location: Mapusa, Goa - India
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @El Shaddai Charitable Trust
Project Leader:
Julia Matthew
Mapusa, Goa India
$16,897 raised of $30,000 goal
 
153 donations
$13,103 to go
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