Mumbai, April 17: Association of 41 Clubs of India, a pan India zero administration cost NGO in partnership with Jana Small Finance Bank is providing weekly ration packets to the under-privileged sections of the society. This partnership is for distribution in the cities of Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi and Chennai.
“We are happy that Jana Small Finance Bank chose us as their NGO partner under their CSR activity. In these challenging times our partnership will give much needed assistance to those affected the most. The 41 Clubs of India has a track record of doing extensive community service,” said Mr Babji, President Association of 41 Clubs of India.
Volunteers from 41 Clubs of India are distributing 12,000 packets of everyday essential groceries to needy people on a weekly basis in the four metropolitan cities. Each packet contains ration that can feed a family of four.
As India grapples with a lockdown to arrest the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is the poor and the daily wagers who are the most adversely affected. 41 Clubs of India has so far provided over 8.5 lakh cooked meals and 30,000 weekly provision packets to over 1 million underprivileged people, across India.
About Jana Small Finance Bank:
Jana Small Finance Bank is a Scheduled Commercial Bank. Established in Bengaluru in 2008, it has been recognized globally as one of the most innovative financial institutions working on financial inclusion.
As on September 30, 2019, the Bank’s distribution network was at 270 banking outlets (including 25 business correspondence outlets), 298 asset centers and 120 ATMs. Of the total banking outlets, 43% are in semi-urban and rural areas.
Association of 41 Clubs of India
Association of 41 Clubs of India is a pan India organisation of over 3000 HNI members with its presence in over 70 cities. With a basic objective of working towards making a better India, 41 Clubs of India is part of 41 International with representation in 28 countries across the world.