HWF Sends Medicine Consignment for Kashmir Flood Victims from Hyderabad

BeyondHeadlines News Desk

Professionals and students came forward to help flood victims in Kashmir. They dispatched first consignment of necessary medicines to J&K through Indian Railway from Hyderabad, under the banner of Human Welfare Foundation (HWF).

The consignment includes medicines for general water borne diseases, diabetic, cardiac, women health, vitamin syrups for children, and medicines for new born babies. HWF AP Chapter is working in coordination with the central team of HWF New Delhi who has already set up its relief camp in Srinagar.

The AP chapter of HWF mobilized students, youth and working professionals towards this cause during the course of one week to come forward for helping fellow citizens stranded in flooded places in Kashmir.

Under the J&K Kashmir Flood Relief Assistance project of HWF, 2500 blankets will be distributed, medicines worth rupees 1 million will be provided, food items worth rupees 1 million will also be given, 2000 students will be provided stationeries, 250 houses will be rebuilt and 250 families will be supported for their livelihood, a release from HWF noted.

HWF AP Chapter has appealed to the people of Hyderabad to donate generously towards this noble cause and help Kashmiri people re-establishing their lives. HWF has floated the hashtag #FloodDonationChallenge in social media to propagate the message of helping J&K people in this crisis.

For helping Kashmir flood victims, money can be deposited online to HWF’s account:
Human Welfare Foundation AP
Account No: 3205623148
Central Bank of India, Golconda Fort Branch.
IFSC Code: CBIN0282389
PAN no: AAATH7672R
The contributions will be Income Tax exempted under 80G No. NQ DIT(E)/2009-10/453. Further details can be obtained from Abdul Jabbar Siddiqui, State Coordinator, HWF at 9866882822.


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