Support Migrant Workers With Food Supplies Affected By The Lockdown
They have worked in your factories…
They have built your home…
You call them Migrant Workers…You call them ‘Bhaiyas’…
It’s time for you to become their Bhaiya – the elder brother!
Eastern Uttar Pradesh is witnessing one of the biggest influx of migrant workers – some have already moved, some are waiting for the lockdown to get over. Love them or hate them, the migrant workers from Eastern Uttar Pradesh touch every aspect of our privileged urban lives. Call him by his name or by the eponymous ‘Bhaiya’, he is there at the crack of dawn delivering milk at your doorstep for you to kick-start your day. He drives you to your workplace, after doubling up his duty as a watchman. He is probably the resourceful peon at your beck and call at your office, or he is the panipuri vendor appearing with clockwork precision at the same spot, day in and out serving a delicious snack at a great price.
Today we have an opportunity to do something for them and their families. Become a Bhaiya for them, and help them fight against the COVID crisis.
Let’s take this campaign of humanity forward.
Your donation will be used for the following:
Ration kits to the families of migrant workers. The kit will comprise of essentials needed for the next 15 days
- 6 masks
- 5 hand soaps
- 2 kg potato
- 2 kg onion
- 5 kg flour
- 5 kg rice
- 1 kg dal
- 1 litre mustard oil
- 1 kg sugar, and
Your donation of INR 1000 can support can help a family of migrant worker to sustain another 15 days!
Jagriti is a non-profit with the objective of building an entrepreneurship ecosystem in Tier 2 & 3 districts of India. It started as a skill training institutes in Eastern UP in 2001, impacting 65,000 beneficiaries in the region so far. In 2008, it started an initiative called Jagriti Yatra – a 15-day national entrepreneurship train journey program – which has impacted 5,500+ youth so far; 28% of them turning into entrepreneurs. Since 2018, it is simultaneously focusing on Eastern Uttar Pradesh to build an ecosystem to support micro enterprises, livelihood programs, and SMEs. It has implemented a digital literacy training program, called Internet Saathi supported by Tata Trusts and Google, for 1.7 million rural women across 7 districts, 10000+ villages, and supported 7 micros/small enterprises that have collectively generated 500 jobs in the geography.
As India fights and tries to mitigate the unprecedented consequences of the pandemic, we request you to support our cause by donating. In such uncertain times, it is the strength and resilience of the civic society coming together to unify all efforts towards relief aid.
Use the information below to make a direct bank transfer through NEFT/RTGS/IMPS.
- – Account number : 22223330090640362
- – Account name : Helping Angels
- – IFSC code : RATN0VAAPIS