Help everyone in need, in every possible way to reform their life.
Highly educated people like Engineer, Doctor, Teacher are our volunteers. The IAS, IPS officers are our mentors.
All our initiatives are completely dependent on public donations. Help us, so that we can help those there in need.
Our help initiatives have created long-lasting impressions and it has been well appreciated by many dignitaries in the region.
In response to novel coronavirus, jointly with Government authorities or independently, we have extended our support through multiple initiatives during 1st wave in 2020.
As we continue to respond to the 2nd wave of this global pandemic, now we have pledged to set up COVID Specialty Medical Center and Oxygen Bank in rural area within Jalna district of Maharashtra.
The first CSMC has been successfully established and handed over to RH Partur on 9th May 2021 in presence of Hon. Health Minister of Government of Maharashtra and Hon. District Collector of Jalna.
This facility can accommodate and treat 20 mild or moderate (non ICU) patients at a time who would need 24X7 Oxygen supply. A team of 4 doctors and 8 nurses are managing this facility to provide medical treatment at complete free of cost.
The beauty of this medical facility is that, it will exist even after Covid pandemic and continue to serve needy people from surrounding 92 villages.
We have also managed 8 portable Oxygen Concentrators and since 1st July 2021 they are in use by covid patients in the surrounding area. With your support we can establish few more CSMCs and Oxygen Banks (Portable Oxygen Concentrators, Cylinders) enabling us to help hundreds of needy people from villages who are struggling to get medical facilities.
In July 2021 Western Maharashtra (Konkan) has witnessed heavy flood due to the rise in the water level of rivers. More than 200 people have lost their lives in rain-related incidents and about 100 were missing. This was one of the worst natural calamities that people in this region has ever seen in last several years.
As people in flood-hit towns such as Chiplun, Khed and Miraj struggled to come to terms with the disaster, the challenge before the administration is to restore water and electricity supply and arrange food and medicines in affected areas.
The Aadharwad Foundation in coordination with District Collector office Ratnagiri has taken the initiative to bring the livelihood of Khed-Chiplun back to Normal by providing the following support:
1. Total 600 Kits of Kitchen Groceries & Daily Essentials with total weight around 7,000 kilograms. Kit has 12 daily essentials like Wheat flour (5 kg), Rice (2 kg),Toor Dal (0.5 kg), Besan (0.5 kg), Cooking Oil (1 kg), Chilly powder (100 gm), Turmeric powder (100 gm), Salt (1 kg), Sugar (1 kg), Dettol Soap (Qty 1), Wheel Soap (Qty 1), Tea powder (100 gm)
2. Total 10,512 Parle-G Biscuit Packets for those that are still stuck in flood or leaving in a temporary shelter.