To raise INR 5cr in addition to the INR 6 cr for PPE, masks and gloves
Mumbai, April 24: The Association of 41 clubs of India, are distributing PPEs, masks, gloves and other safety materials worth over INR 6 crores, to aid the frontline workers fighting the spread of COVID 19 pandemic.
The NGO has also provided over 8 lakh cooked meals and 60,000 weekly provision packets reaching out to over 1 million people. The volunteers from the organization are also providing cooked meals and groceries at the doorstep for the Senior Citizens.
In the next phase, the Association of 41 clubs of India, is looking at providing on extensive basis, safety materials like masks, gloves and PPE kits (hi-risk & low risk) to the medical fraternity of doctors, nurses & ward boys, the police & sanitation workers so that they can be safe while continuing the fight against Coronavirus. An additional INR 5.0 cr are being raised which will be used to provide PPE & other safety materials to ensure safety for all those who are at a risk of exposure to the Coronavirus.
Speaking on this occasion, Mr Babji, President Association of 41 Clubs of India said “In these challenging times, members of 41 Clubs have come together to provide immediate assistance to the affected across the country. Members are in the field helping those in need. We, the 41 Clubs of India, have a track record of doing extensive community service of over 3 decades. Many Indian & multinational companies have come forward to support us financially in this endeavour.”
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.