New Delhi: JL Kapoor Memorial Trust, during the time of the Coronavirus pandemic, has taken an initiative to extend help and support to 23500 Residents of Transit Camp, Anand Parbat Delhi (a DDA Camp). The camp is housing the renowned artists of Kathputli colony who are now helpless due to the raging pandemic from last year.
The initiative focuses on providing COVID Pandemic Relief Material that includes masks, sanitizers, disinfectants, pulse oximeter, oxygen kits, PPE kits, infrared thermometer, etc. to the residents who have been tested positive.
To ensure fewer people should sleep hungry in the ongoing pandemic, the trust has started the distribution of Seva Kits that includes dry ration, juices, snacks, etc. to the other residents of the transit camp. The Seva Kit has been designed to cater to the dry ration needs of a family of four. Every Seva Kits is a dry-ration kit consisting of wheat flour, rice, pulses, sugar, salt, cooking oil, turmeric powder, coriander powder, and red chilli powder.
During last year as its endeavor towards helping the society, JL Kapoor Memorial Trust distributed 1500+ Seva Kits (Dry Ration Kits ) helping over 6000+ beneficiaries across Delhi, Maharashtra & Haryana. The trust also came forward to assist our front liners i.e. Police Personals by distributing Masks & Sanitizers across Delhi & Haryana.
Talking about the initiative, Mr. Amit Kapoor, trustee of JL Kapoor Memorial Trust said, “The ongoing pandemic has taught us a lot of things. During this unprecedented time of crisis, it is our duty to stand with each other and extend help to the most affected strata of our society, i.e. the underprivileged, daily wage workers and people stuck in transit camps.”
Commenting on the initiative, Mr. Sanjay Gaur, In-charge DDA Transit Camp, Anand Parbat said, “This is one of the worst phases in human history. The underprivileged are the worst hit because of this pandemic. We are trying our best to provide all the support to the residents of the camp and we thank the support extended by JL Kapoor Memorial Trust.”