Under the #DaanUtsav Campaign, Narayan Seva Sansthan is organising free monthly ration distribution camps for more than 150 families in the cities Lucknow, Shamli, Vrindavan in October. Since July, around 600 families have benefited as the NGO has distributed free ration kits in various cities like Shamli, Lucknow, Vrindavan, and Firozabad.
While aiming 50 thousand families for food distribution, NGO has distributed food to over 15,805 families get free monthly ration kits from Udaipur, Delhi, Bhilwara, Alwar, Pali, Noida, Bikaner, Lucknow and Sirsa in various cities. The kits have 15 kg flour, 5 kg rice, 4 kg pulses, 2 kg oil, 2 kg sugar, 1 kg salt and the necessary spices.
Since the pandemic hit, NGOs in India are extending their services from villages to the cities and offering Food, Masks, Sanitizer, and PPE kits. Right from supporting needy, farmers, migrants, underprivileged children to celebrating the small joys of charity and feeding a hungry family, they’re experiencing it all.
Prashant Agarwal, President, Narayan Seva Sansthan said, “We are also conducting health screening and clothing distribution camps online and offline. Amidst the lockdown, NSS regularly undertook food distribution operations in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Uttarakhand, and Maharashtra, and distributed 1, 42,880 food packs, 71,005 masks, and 800 PP kits. Under the Narayan Garib Parivar Yojana, multiple camps are being organised and food, sanitizers, and masks to 1000 families in Assam flood-affected area have been distributed.”
A monthly food distribution campaign to poor-labour families, needy and differently-abled with free equipment distribution camp, has attempted to share happiness in different ways. The 34-year-old Seva Yatra has 4,18,750 successful free operations of disabilities. 263000 tricycles, 270000 wheelchairs, 290000 Crutches, 351000 callipers were distributed among the needy.