Started by actor Anupam Kher, Dr Ashutosh Tewari and Baba Kalyani, the project is the joint effort of three organisations working towards a common goal. The present situation of India battling the pandemic is a major concern as help is extended from the entire world to our nation. Mumbai too is facing this crisis with good Samaritans helping in any way they can and NGOs trying their best to get medical aid for people who need it. Anupam Kher Foundation in collaboration with Dr Ashutosh Tewari (Global Cancer Foundation, USA) and Baba Kalyani (Bharat Forge, India), recently started an initiative called “Project Heal India”.
Today Project Heal India made a generous donation of 5 BiPAP machines and 5 Oxygen Concentrators to BMC for their brave Corona Warriors. Through the project, the organization aims to provide critical life-saving equipment and other life-supporting devices to medical institutions and hospitals across India. The agenda of the organization is to ensure that help is provided wherever needed and with prompt action. Project Heal India has initiated various donations to different medical institutions of the country under its first leg of operations and aims at reaching out to more institutions for further support.
He even shared a post on his Instagram account related to his initiative. The actor wrote, “We at #ProjectHealIndia & #AnupamKherFoundation were humbled to make a small contribution of 5 Resmed #Bipap machines & 5 #OxygenConcentrators to @my_bmc for their selfless #CoronaWarriors!! @anupamkherfoundation @AshTewariMD @BharatForgeLtd #DoingOurBit #StayStrongIndia”
Meanwhile, Anupam Kher, his brother, mother and wife Kirron Kher have taken the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. ALSO READ: Anupam Kher REACTS To The Centre’s Handling Of COVID-19 Crisis; Says ‘There’s More To Life Than Just Image Building’
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