Annapoorna Trust is reaching out with grocery kits to 2605 needy families of rural government school cooks in Tumkur district in Karnataka with the help of Sri Ramakrishna Sevashrama of Pavagada, in order to help the families, whose livelihoods are affected by the pandemic.
As a part of the relief activity in Tumkur, earlier in the day on 11th June, the team distributed grocery kits to the families of government school cooks of Madhugiri taluk in Tumkur.
Honorable MLA of Madhugiri Taluk Sri Veerabhadraiah was present during the distribution Programme.
Annapoorna Trust in collaboration with ‘Rural India Supporting Trust’ (RIST) and ‘Partnerships For Change’ (PFC) has been reaching out to 15,000 needy families of mid day meal cooks in rural India, which is now reeling under the second wave of COVID-19.
The grocery kits contain 10kg of rice, 2kg of wheat flour, 1 kg of toor dal, 1kg channa dal, 1L cooking oil, 2kg of sugar, 1kg of salt, vermicelli, along with spices such as chilly powder, jeera, mustard and turmeric.