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Kamdhenu Group donates Rs. 71 Lakhs to PM-CARES Fund for COVID-19

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Kamdhenu Group has donated Rs. 71 lakhs to the Prime Minister-CARES Fund to support the on-going relief efforts being undertaken in the current COVID-19 pandemic situation. The Company, Kamdhenu Limited, undertook this initiative under its CSR wing, Kamdhenu Jeevandhara Foundation.
The Company had also appealed to its employees, dealers and distributors to donate to the PM-CARES Fund to support the current social cause. It undertook various initiatives during the current COVID-19 pandemic situation such as financial aid & free ration distribution to the masons/ painters. In addition, it donated sanitizing tunnels to the government authorities and also distributed free masks and sanitizers among the needy public at large through the dealers & distributors to tackle the spread of the disease.
Satish Kumar Agarwal, Chairman and Managing Director of the Kamdhenu Group, said, “As a group, we are always committed to stand with our workers, associates and people, especially during this tough time of an outbreak. In the current crisis, we are continuously making our best efforts to give full support to the public at large.” 
‘Kamdhenu Jeevandhara Foundationhas organized various blood donation camps across the country and has also educated people on the benefits of donating blood regularly. It also organizes various welfare camps for handicaps wherein, they are provided with free artificial limbs, wheelchairs, walkers, polio calipers and other body-aid instruments. Medicines and counseling to the patients and their families are delivered free of charge. The Foundation has associated itself with NGOs and autonomous bodies to help the differently-abled through different means of relief. The Company donated various medical equipment for testing in laboratories to hospitals who are providing free healthcare services to the public. It recently donated an ambulance to Rotary Club Bhiwadi to help augment the healthcare services in the district.
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