Starts the community kitchen to prepare food and distribute it to the needy ones
Following the vision of its mission to empower the less priviledged, Deepak Foundation team has been distributing food to stranded migrant workers, truck drivers and labourers on the highway area in Halol. Furthermore they also starts the community kitchen to prepare food and distribute it to the needy ones.
To stop the chain of Coronavirus the whole Vadodara city is under lockdown and spending their time with family at their home. The lockdown also affected the work and movement on roads as companies factories are closed and states sealed their borders as a preventive step.
However the lockdown left many stranded at one place and feel the shortage of food and other things. Deepak foundation like other NGOs comes to the rescue of such people and distributing food to stranded migrant workers, truck drivers and labourers on the highway area in Halol.
Following the same lines, Deepak Foundation is running community kitchen within its head office premises in Waghodiya. “We believes in serving the stranded people at this hour is utmost important. The food prepared is distributed through Vadodara Municipal Corporation team as per the Ward protocol for distribution of team,” said Director Archana Joshi.
As the Foundation has their own team of nutrition experts, the menu is decided keeping in mind the longer shelf life of the food.