Check the details about the various ongoing food distribution camps in Mumbai. As per worldometers.info data, the number of positive coronavirus cases in India is 9,240. The total number of deaths until today is 331. Also, the most affected state by the coronavirus is Maharashtra. The total number of cases in the state is 1,619 with 149 deaths. In order to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 21-days lockdown has increased by two more weeks. What is more depressing that the paramedic is affecting the poor more. Many migrants labours are dying due to hunger. Although, state and centre governments are working to assure that nobody sleeps empty stomach by setting up hunger relief camps across all the country.
We are continuously providing information about the relief camps across India. So, that it should reach to the person who needs it most. Mumbai is the hub of famous celebrities. Many celebs have come forward and donated and distribute a huge amount of money and food. Recently Mr Amitabh Bachchan distributed 2,000 food packets in Mumbai. Not only Mr Bachan but Akashy Kumar and others too have contributed a lot.
We will see some Facebook groups that are helping people to face this tough situation by distributing food.
Food Distribution Camps in Mumbai
Robin Hood Army Mumbai: This is a well-known group that volunteer update and coordination various event especially in Mumbai. They usually carry out distributions on every Saturday or Sunday across these 22 areas :
- South Bombay (Town, Worli, Grant Road, Matunga),
- Bandra-Khar, Juhu,
- Andheri (West and East),
- Powai and Navi Mumbai.
Humanity First Foundation – HFF: This group is providing help and food since the first day of the lockdown. Also, they have helped 14 hundred families until now. The various areas in which they distribute food includes:
- Cheetah camp,
- Seawoods & Nerul.
Giants Welfare Foundation: They have run ‘𝑯𝒖𝒏𝒈𝒆𝒓 𝑫𝒐𝒐𝒓 𝑲𝒂𝒓𝒐𝒏𝒂’ campaign in past weeks to distribute food packets across Mumbai. They are also educating the citizens to maintain proper hygiene and social distancing.