Bangalore ,

As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads uncertainty and hardship around the world, Rotary members and associates are innovating ways of caring for those affected, and showing that even at a distance, there are ways to help and  Rotary Bangalore Midtown – under its  Food Grain distribution Project is supporting through the collective contributions of its members:- a food grain kit fully sufficient to support a family of 4 for 15 days and consisting of Rice, Wheat flour, Ragi flour, 3 types of Dal, Sugar, Salt, Masks and other essentials to over 4000 families of daily wage workers, contract labourers who are facing a huge loss at this particular time. To execute this project, Rotary Bangalore Midtown is working through:


HUMANE TOUCH (NGO): over 1400 of these kits are distributed in areas like Govindpura, Neelsandra, Tilak Nagar, Saraipalya, Banaswadi, Valmiki Nagar

Karnataka Marwari Youth Federation: over 500 food grain kits were distributed with the presence of Mr. Tejaswi Surya, areas like Manjunatha Nagar, SG Palya

Sansera Foundation: over 1200 of these kits will be distributed to the needy in areas of Bommasandra, Hosa Road, Jigani, Henningara and also to Rural Bangalore like Sira, Pavagada

Agarwal Samaj: 300 kits were distributed and 200 kits towards the families of children at Rural schools at Malur in association with Rotary Bangalore

Support to various orphanages like Parikrama, Bala Yesu are also being provided with these food grain kits.

Fighting disease is one of Rotary’s main causes, in addition to the above members are at supporting efforts to promote proper handwashing techniques, teach people other ways to stay healthy, and supply training and vital medical equipment to health care providers. Now they’re helping health authorities communicate lifesaving information about COVID-19 and donate protective gear and other supplies to clinics and hospitals that are under strain because of the pandemic. Although Rotary Clubs are canceling or postponing their in-person meetings and events, are still finding ways to keep up their fellowship, reimagine their service efforts and respond to the Pandemic.


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