COVID-19 While the Governments all around the world are struggling to cater to their people’s needs, some are selflessly coming forward to extend aid. Whether it be paying off loans of strangers or donating entire life savings, COVID-19 kindness has fought its way through the despair.
Another example of selfless work is displayed by UK based nonprofit COVID-19 organizations with the aim to provide help in all disaster zones, across the globe. Recently, during the COVID-19 crisis, this organization has extended its help dire help and provided langar, gloves, masks, sanitization kit to the helpless. They not aware of the situation thoroughly and don’t have the means to gain the necessary information either. “We felt there is a great need to take hygiene to the poor. Our COVID-19 teams prepared hygiene kits consisting of alcohol-based sanitizers, two soap bars, three to four masks with dos, and don’ts literature to be given to the poor. Some 20,000 kits have been distributed in Jalandhar, Batala, Patiala, Barnala, Amritsar, and Bhatinda.” –
Amarpreet Singh, COVID-19 Director of Khalsa Aid (Asia) They COVID-19 are working on the delivery of around 50,000 kits to the needy and PPE kits to the medical staff. PPE kits have already been provided in more than 15 cities already. Head of Khalsa Aid Jalandhar, Tajinder Pal Singh said, “The kits have been given to government hospitals as well as police personnel working on the frontline. Nawanshahr, COVID-19 Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Jagraon, Batala, Moga, Fazilka, Mohali, Patiala, Bathinda and Amritsar are some of the cities where the kits have been distributed,” He also revealed a very sad incident that took place on Tuesday that took the life of one of their volunteers, Inderjeet Singh while he was on his way to distribute PPE kits to medical staffs in Faridkot and Bathinda. The kind, blessed soul lost his life while COVID-19 serving God through humanity.
This isn’t the end of their assistance. In association with the Indian Medical Association (IMA), they have set up an emergency isolation center in a Malaysian village, Shahkot. They have taken upon themselves to provide help to stranded migrant COVID-19 workers by making arrangements to send them back to their homes. They also helped a pregnant couple whose train was canceled due to sudden lockdown, by providing transportation service to them and ensuring a safe return to Jammu. This organization has not caught our eyes for the first time. They were involved in providing relief during the 2018 Kerala flood too. This NGO with the motto, “Recognize the whole human race as one” has touched lives on many occasions. From providing aid to 500 Syrian refugees to being one of the first NGOs to be on the ground during the Indonesian earthquake and tsunami, Khalsa Aid has been a blessing COVID-19 during a disaster to many across the globe.