The COVID-19 pandemic started spreading in India from February 2020 and gained momentum March 2020 onwards. Keeping the interest of the larger populace in mind, a nation-wide lockdown was imposed in the last few days of March 2020. Since then, we have been working proactively with the government, our communities and other stakeholders to fight the pandemic.
Under our Mission Conquer COVID, we have undertaken several measures to create awareness about the pandemic, support government and corona warriors and help the disadvantaged sections of the society in curing from the disease.
₹ 5 CroreDonated to PM CARES Fund
₹ 20 LakhDonated to provide protective gears to frontline staff and food to migrant laborers
100Oxygen concentrators donated in Rajasthan
500COVID relief kits donated in Rajasthan
IIFL Foundation has undertaken need-based initiatives aimed at addressing the most pressing issues faced by the community across different stages of the pandemic. We have partnered with relevant NGOs, hospitals and organizations, wherever needed, for implementing these measures.
- Contributed ₹ 5 Crore to the PM CARES Fund Read more
- Donated ₹ 20 Lakh to various hospitals and NGOs to provide protective gears to frontline staff and food to migrant laborers Read more
- Donated 40 oxygen concentrators of varying capacity (5 or 10 liters per minute) to COVID care centers in Jawhar and Mokhada regions Read more
- Donated 100 oxygen concentrators in Rajasthan through Bharatiya Jain Sangathana Read more
- Donated a servo ventilator machine to the Holy Spirit Hospital, Mumbai. The machine has been setup in the ICU ward that treats patients of COVID-19. Read more
- Distributed 500 COVID relief kits in Pratapgarh, Dungarpur, Jalore, Rajsamand, Khamnore, Jodhpur and Pali. Each kit consists of a steam vaporizer, digital thermometer, pulse oximeter, face masks, hand sanitizer, toilet soap and detergent soap. Read more
- Supported the 'Kindness on Wheels' vaccination drive, aimed at vaccinating the specially-abled individuals in various regions of Mumbai. Read more
Donation of oxygen
Collaborated with BJS
Jalore Asha Workers
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