Sunaayy Foundation and Young Indians collaborte to distribute relief material to poor daily wage labourers
New Delhi/IBNS: Sunaayy Foundation, a Delhi-based non-government organisation, distributed food and other relief material among migrant workers' families, whose children are part of the Foundation's activities, to mitigate their problems arising from the Covid19 lockdown.
They distributed about 4000 kgs of grains 2000 kgs of potatoes and onions, and 800 soaps among families whose 450 children are a part of Sunaayy Foundation, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi centre.
The relief work was supported by members of Young Indians (Yi), a subsidiary of Confederation of Indian Industries (CII).
The Delhi Chapter of Young Indians (Yi), is an integral part of the CII, a non-government, not-for-profit, industry-led organization.
The members of Yi, Delhi, worked voluntarily and pro bono to raise funds for sourcing, packaging and distribution of all the relief material.
Together with Delhi Police (Vasant Kunj South and North, Kishangarh and Mahipalpur), who played a significant role to support the effort of Sunaayy Foundation, the relief team managed a smooth distribution following all norms of social distancing and lockdown caveats.
While this period is challenging for everyone, it is especially tough on the poor daily wage labourers.
Their whole livelihood depends on their daily wages they earn and don't have the luxury of even small savings to help them ride through this time.
Sunaayy Foundation (www.sunaayyfoundation.org) is a non-profit NGO, operating in the thematic areas of education and human rights, to bring quality education, care and socio-cultural exposure to children of lower-income backgrounds .