COVID 19 Foodkit

Our response to the Pandemic in India
In the wake of the global pandemic, COVID19 crisis besieging humanity has brought out the uncertainty of difficult times, especially for those who survive on daily wages. Under lockdown, well-off Indians isolate indoors, work from home and get groceries delivered.
But outside their windows, it’s a different story; many unfortunate are in dire need of survival. People are basically living from hand to mouth at the best of times. Many such distraught families are in need of our help as they are unable to fetch for daily meals given that they are casual laborers, daily wage earners, and migrant workers, construction workers, or domestic help.

Bhavyata Foundation reaches out to Rural Distressed Families

The nationwide lockdown, while necessary, has caused economic hardships in the lives of urban poor and marginalized families. Alike cities, villages are also severely affected, especially those in remote tribal belts of Jawahar & Mokhada in Maharashtra. These landless laborers, who have lost means of livelihoods have no access to essentials, nor enough money to buy food supplies.

Developing immunity in this population will build a stronger community with the help of nutritional inputs in the form of monthly essentials kit. 5000 distressed families in this belt are in dire need of your help to feed their children. Adopt families and donate generously to support them in the midst of this crisis.

Bhavyata Foundation has undertaken efforts to reach out to needy families across India with a monthly stock of essential food grains.
We have reached more than 10030 families, i.e. 50150 needy people to date. We have reached out to following localities within the Thane, Palghar, Mumbai, Meerut, Delhi, and Aurangabad region:
The Quantity in each monthly kit is 1 kg Tur dal,1 kg Moong dal, 1 kg sugar, 200gm Tea powder, 1 kg Edible oil, 1 packet Salt, 500 gm Peanuts, 500 gm Matki, 250 gm Chili powder, 2 Detergent Bar, 2 Bathing soap
This will ensure that one family survives with basic food requirements for a month. We have innumerable needy families, stranded students and migrant laborers within our reach to supply them these kits in times of need. We need to reach our milestone of 13000 families as early as possible.
Your kind and timely support shall be indeed appreciated.


Adarsh Nagar, Chembur – 303 families
Dharavi, Sion, Mumbai – 450 families
Indira Nagar, Ghatkopar W – 428 families
Asalpha Village, Ghatkopar W – 255 families
Vashi, Navi Mumbai – 150 families
LTT, Tilak Nagar – 100 families
Pestom Sagar, Chembur -100 families
Kurla – 39 families
Kamraj Nagar, Ghatkopar – 400 families

New Sainath Nagar, Majiwade, Thane – 500 families
Harinagar, Jogeshwari – 185 families
Ramabai Colony, Ghatkopar – 495 families
Sai Baba Nagar, Pantnagar, Ghatkopar – 85 families
Shastri Nagar, Vile Parle – 60 families
Aarey Colony, Goregaon – 100 families
GPO, CST, Mumbai – 100 families
Banganga, Walkeshwar – 70 families

Santacruz, Kandivali, Borivili, Bhayander, Mira Road – 560 families
Jiasarai, Kalusarai, Hauz Khas, South Delhi – 50 families
Aurangabad – 300 families
Kishanpuri, Madhav Puram, Anaj Mandi, Meerut – 50 families
Nallasopara – 200 families
Vasai – 150 families
Virar – 100 families
Dahisar – 93 families
Tilak Nagar, Chembur – 175 families

Rural Belt of Maharashtra
Jawahar Villages – 497 families
Mokhada Villages – 992 families
Wada Villages – 383 families
Vikramgad families – 1800 families
Gadchiroli – 230 families
Lower Parel Slums – 300
Pockets of Western and Central Suburbs – 50 families
Shastri Nagar, Chembur – 80 families

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