The current outbreak is worrying. With our homes becoming our offices, schools and playgrounds, we have all experienced great change.
At Involve things have been no different. While our team has adapted all of the necessary measures to avoid contracting the virus, we’ve also sought to pivot and enhance how we seek to serve our community.
In these unprecedented times today, it seems even more important that we are there for each other.
How we responded at Involve
Below are some of the ways we used to play our part in flattening the curve.
One of the most effective ways to help combat the spread of COVID-19 & limit its impact is by building people’s knowledge & awareness.
We amplified the efforts of small & medium-sized organisations generating financial support for their COVID relief efforts.
We supported daily wage workers who were struggling to access food for themselves & their family members.
Our awareness content around vaccination & COVID know hows reached 20,000+ people in 10+ states.
In 4 weeks we raised 3.5 lakhs to support 4 grass-root organisations in their COVID relief work.
*to know more & support these organisations scroll down.
750+ families were distributed ration in & around Bangalore.
Together we can do more.
This awareness and support was a momentary pivot. Once COVID-19 situation was under control we got back to ensuring affordable and accessible quality learning for our students.
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The Fundraising SPOTLIGHT was an effort to amplify the work of organizations working on the ground, who do not have a large reach/ networks. We identified credible grass-root organisations who were working relentlessly to ensure that the situation is handled with utmost care on the ground and helped them raise funds for it.
- Panaah Foundation
- Lakshya Jeevan Jagriti
- Amyaa Foundation
- Bihar Development Collective
COVID has resulted in acute shortages of Oxygen in Bihar. More than 9000 people have lost their lives.The Bihar Development Collective is equipping each hospital in 5 districts with an average of 50 beds to ensure the treatment of COVID-positive patients.
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