All the events were conducted under the guidance of Ms. Madhavi Shelatkar, Trustee, Grand Maratha Foundation, Mr. Rohit Shelatkar, Founder and Mr. Rajesh Tawade, Director, Meyer Vitabiotics.
More than 500 leprosy affected underprivileged families got benefited from the free grocery distribution drive conducted at the Leprosy Colony Anand Nagar Thane. Meanwhile, at Krushna Nagar Ambernath, more than 700 underprivileged families benefited from the drive and received essential grocery items. Additionally, at Meenatai Thakare Hall Thane more than 500 disabled people, 300 theatre backstage artists and more than 100 transgender people were aided from the drive. The events were graced by Shri Naresh Mhaske, Mayor Thane City.
The Ambernath drive successfully organized with the help of Shivsena Shakha Shree Krushna Nagar Ambarnath. Shri Arvind Walekar (Shahar Pramukh Shivsena), Shri Arvind Malusare (Shakha Pramukh Shivsena) graced the event with their presence.
The pandemic has caused distress among people’s life. In this crisis, the underprivileged and poor have suffered the most. Various organisations are working unconditionally for the betterment for this section of the society. Grand Maratha Foundation too has been in the forefront to provide aid to underprivileged right since the first lockdown was announced in the country. The organization continues to work with various local civic bodies and reach out to more and more needy people.
About Grand Maratha Foundation
Grand Maratha Foundation provides all-round educational support to farmers, including lessons on fair pricing to efficient distribution and modern techniques so as to empower the farmers in creating a better livelihood for them and break the vicious circle of debt and poverty. With a special focus on Vidarbha, Grand Maratha Foundation also provides financial help to empower the farmers by providing their children with the best education. The Foundation has also spurred allied activities in the agrarian and rural sector which involves widows, providing them a means for earning their livelihood. They have also introduced and encouraged e-Learning through the donation of computer to schools. The Foundation is active in the regions of Akola, Amravati, Yavatmal, Chandrapur, and Nagpur in Maharashtra taking care of all-round development of farmers and their families. The aim is to get farmers be future-ready by minimizing the operational glitches and empowering them to live a better life.