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Mumbai : Rotary Club Of Ghatkopar distributed food kids and essential commodities to lockdown affected people, Yogesh Zaveri shares his charity work experience during lockdown with Hello Mumbai News r

Mumbai : Rotary Club Of Ghatkopar distributed food kids and essential commodities to lockdown affected people, Yogesh Zaveri shares his charity work experience during lockdown with Hello Mumbai News r
Food kits distribution.

News Report by Dolly Kaku : 

Mumbai: Rotary Club of Ghatkopar is an exceptionally recognised organization for all their charitable service and other activities.. Mr Yogesh Zaveri is a Member of the Club.

In an interview will Hello Mumbai News reporter Dolly Kaku, he asserts that amid this lockdown crisis, his Club has distributed 2500 + ration kits to daily wage earners who have no other source of income presently.

Through Rotary district 3141 they have distributed more than 9500 ration kits in Mumbai through their various Clubs. They run a community kitchen in Ghatkopar in Association with Rotary Club of Mumbai. They distribute 1500 package every twice in a day. For 20 days they have also served 1.20 lakhs packets of hot food twice a day in slum areas.

They also have distributed PPE kits and masks to Kasturba Hospital, St. George Hospital and Nair Hospital worth of Rs. 2 Lacs..

Recently they are into setting up 11 machine for dialysis ward in a charitable hospital for covid.

Mr. Zaveri shared his personal views on covid crisis is that besides health hazards, covid has drained economy and it would take at least few months to return to normal life .
He is satisfied with government Agencies on their performance. Compared to more developed countries we have control situation wealth to lose less lives. As a club they are continuing with their work in a humble way in all forms and by helping the hungry people in hospitals on a long term project.

The message he needs to give to people is to honor government guidelines and to be safe and to take care of self and family.

News Edit by K.V.Raman

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