While SevaChild has completed the COVID-19-inspired food rations project that was originally implemented to sustain starving families during the pandemic, we have shifted to the provision of such rations -- along with other emergency support -- in the wake of relief necessary due to natural disasters.
Since April of 2020, more than 14,000 families have received ration kits that include basic necessities to sustain a family of four or five people for an entire month. Working in 11 remote areas of India on the outskirts of Hyderabad, New Delhi and Dehradun, and in concert with its network of staff and volunteers, we continue to supply basics including rice, lentils, wheat flour, tea leaves, cooking oil, and sugar -- along with other essentials such as sanitary napkins and face masks -- to those in the most dire of circumstances.
Your $40.00 contribution goes a long way to alleviating the suffering caused by a lack of life's most basic necessities in the wake of calamity!
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