Help people living in Mumbai’s low-income neighbourhoods survive the Covid-19 lockdown CJP joins hands with Prayas, Ek Koshish to help families living in slum areas

30, Mar 2020 | CJP Team

Mumbai’s slums are home to taxi and auto rickshaw drivers, vegetable vendors, carpenters, scrap purchasers, delivery boys, waiters, domestic helps, people with HIV and many others who barely make ends meet even in the best of times. Due to the nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of the Corona Virus, there is widespread anxiety among these people. Now, CJP has joined hands with Prayas, Ek Koshish a humanitarian aid organisation working with slum-dwellers, to provide relief by way of delivering essential supplies. 

PRAYAS FOUNDATION TRUST serves the most marginalized individuals and families. Prayas Foundation Trust provides emergency assistance to the families affected by disasters. It also works to provide healthcare and education opportunities for members of impoverished families. The NGO also works in the field of disability rights by helping create a support system for disabled people. It also supports senior citizens in terms of nursing, caring and health related issuesPrayas Foundation Trust also supports the Clean and Green India Movement by providing dustbins and seeds for tree plantation.

At present we are trying to provide relief to 1,500 families living in slum communities of Mumbai and villages near Madh Island. We appeal to you to donate generously HERE to help alleviate their suffering. All Donations to CJP are 50% Tax Exempt under section 80G of IT Act, 1961.

 

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