The Coronavirus sent a complete shutdown of the already-hurt economy. Factories, businesses, restaurants, and even street vendors were forced to shutter. Having a town as populated as Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur crumble under threat of a virus is the most disturbing moment of the century. The people most afflicted by the infection weren’t from mansions or castles. They had come out of the road. They lived in sheds and dwellings constructed of bricks and a layer of tarpaulins. They work every day, but they fail to feed their children.
By adhering to all safety and hygiene steps, Yangpsychology and team have launched its relief program by providing a meal or packaged food kits to the society’s vulnerable and low-income group, which includes daily wage workers, migrant workers, construction site workers, and the poor in old age homes and night shelters. Actually, in Rajasthan, Karnataka, Telangana, Gujarat, Maharashtra, NCR, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Assam, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Tripura, Punjab, Jharkhand, and Himachal Pradesh, the Foundation and its Organisation Foundations are offering food relief.
|STATES||CUMULATIVE NUMBER OF MEALS & GROCERY KITS (AS ON 01 Sep 2020)|
|Rajasthan||10,000 meals & kits|
|Gujarat||10,015 meals & kits|
|Uttar Pradesh||14,150 meals & kits|
|Karnataka||20,190 meals & kits|
|NCR||11,150 meals & kits|
|Andhra Pradesh||16,100 meals & kits|
|Himachal Pradesh||18,170 meals & kits|