MVF has arranged the School fees to Mrs.Annapurna of Rs.26000/-

The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” –Mahatma Gandhi Manava Vatsalya Foundation has arranged the School fees with the Help of Kind Hearted People and handed over the cheque of Rs.26000/- to Mrs.Annapurna. Mrs.Annapurna is a single mother and she has got two children and staying in a rented house. She is working in a private company as a Customer Service Executive .Her salary is sufficient only for livelihood .She is struggling to pay the school fees of her both the children…

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MVF as arranged Kumar Dhawal Gatla’s School fees of Rs.15000/-

“Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth.” Manava Vatsalya Foundation is happy to inform you that Kumar Dhawal Gatla’s School fees of Rs.15000/- has been arranged within 48hours. It would have never been possible without the support of kind hearted people. We could see the tears of happiness on Kumar Dhawal’s Mother’s face. We would like to thank all the donors , well wishers and friends for their generosity. Following are the donors : 1)Mr. Srinivas Racha – Rs.5000/- 2) Anonymous – Rs.…

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MVF has paid Mr. Hemanshu Neelam 10th STD. Exam Fees

“We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.” Manava Vatsalya Foundation helped two more needy people for two different purposes. Mr. Hemanshu Neelam who is studying in the 10th std and is giving his exams(10th std) privately,  dosen’t have enough money to pay for the examanation fees. His mom is a house wife and his dad is paralysis patient. So, MVF has paid his exam fees. Mr. Ashok Devlekar has some skin disease which has affected his legs and surgery has been…

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MVF helped Mrs. Manjula Dase was suffering from Kidney disease

Mrs.Manjula Dase was suffering from Kidney disease (Anasarca, R/O Nephrotic Syndrome, Acute Kidney Injury) and she was admitted in JCDC Hospital, Worli and then after she was moved to Healthcare Hospital, Prabhadevi. she has got discharged and went back to her Native Place(Telangana). With the help of kind hearted people ,we were able to collect some amount and handed over the cheque of Rs.26000/- to Mrs.Manjula Dase and Mr.Rajendra Bitling has paid Rs.5000/- directly to the patient for the medical expences .   Following are the details of the donors…

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Grocery kits distribution at Dharavi slum

# Grocery kits distribution at Dharavi slum # With the Help of NGO “Khana Chahiye” , Manava Vatsalya Foundation has distributed 30 Grocery kits in Slum Areas of Dharavi like Muslim nagar, Indira nagar & Kunchi korwe nagar. Special Thanks to “Khana Chahiye” for providing grocery kits Thanks alot to Dharavi Volunteers for distributing food . Thanks & Regards Manava Vatsalya Foundation

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One more Act of Kindness done by Manava Vatsalya Foundation

“Sometimes it takes only one act of kindness and caring to change a person’s life.” One more Act of Kindness done by Manava Vatsalya Foundation Master Muhammad Shifan a resident at Central Matunga slum had a Cleft Palate since his birth. Doctors advised him to undergo a surgery which would cost Rs.60, 000/-. His family couldn`t afford this and approached Manava Vatsalya Foundation Team for financial aid. After receiving a request from the patient’s family, MANAVA VATSALAYA FOUNDATION TEAM immediately started calling the social workers and known trusts for the…

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32nd Day at Dharavi slum

# 32nd Day at Dharavi slum # With the help of NGO “Khana Chahiye” , Manava Vatsalya Foundation has distributed 300 food packets in slum areas of Dharavi like Muslim nagar, Indira nagar and Kunchi Korwe nagar. Special Thanks to “Khana Chahiye” for providing food. Thanks alot to Dharavi volunteers – Mr.Shrinivas Kuchan , Mr.Nasir, Mr.Nizam, Mr.Atul and Mr.Sajeed Thanks & Regards Manava Vatsalya Foundation

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Helped Ganesh Masam with Rs.8000/- and no penny has been paid by him

One more act of kindness has been done by Manava Vatsalya Foundation Mr. Ganesh Masam (38) a resident of Prabhadevi who was admitted in FAMILY CARE HOSPITAL, Mahim due to cardiac arrest. He took the service only for 24 hours and he had paid the bill of Rs.38, 000/- for that. On the basis of the ECG report and 2D Echo doctor advised him for Angiography and 2 stents to be implanted to remove the heart blocks which would cost him around Rs.4.5 lacs, which was unaffordable for him. On…

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Kindness during lock-down by MVF Team for Venkatesh Boddula

*You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.* I, Venkatesh Boddula resident of Century Quarters, Worli. One of my neighbour tested Covid positive. On Wednesday 8th July 2020, BMC has shifted me & my family to Srinivas Mill Bldg for Institutional Quarantine. The Room which was allotted to us was surrounded with Mosquitoes and we were struggling to spend days over there, adding to this one day I found some insects in the food and the same has been captured and…

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MVF Helped Mr. Prabhakar Yeligeti in admitting him in the SRV Hospital

*Be the reason someone smiles. Be the reason someone feels loved and believes in the goodness in people.* Random Act of Kindness during lockdown by Manava Vatsalya Foundation & Team. On Monday 6th July 2019, evening I had got a call from relative of Patient Mr. Prabhakar Yeligeti (Siddhi Tailor) was infected with Covid’19 and he was admitted in KEM Hospital since 15days. His Swab test had been done twice but both the times it had come positive and there was no improvement in his health. Dead bodies were lying…

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Helped financially to Nageshwar Rao with Rs.10,000/-

Helped financially to Nageshwar Rao with Rs.10,000/- and also accompanied him at Tata Hospital. While we are fighting the pandemic, priority of treatment for other deadly diseases is taking a back seat. One such world’s second most killer is Cancer. There is a mistaken tendency to see it as a disease of the rich, but soon this is beginning to change. Unfortunately, manager of Telugu Kala Samiti, Shri K. Nageswar Rao has been detected with liver cancer. Present chaos in the medical system due to Covid 19, has led his…

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Helped financially to Anonymous with Rs.1,10,000/-

Helped financially to Anonymous with Rs.1,10,000/- and also helped her by referring our friends to the bill amount of Rs.3lacs. On behalf of Anonymous & her family, Manava Vatsalya Foundation would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to all kind hearted human beings for their generous support towards in her difficult time. Helping her in this tough time is synonymous to giving her a new life. She was in need of Rs.3,50,000/-. Hospital Charges – Rs.3,00,000/-. Operation charges, Bed charges, Doctors visits, Nursing charges, Medicines and Tests (During Hospitalisation). Tests…

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4 Friends give respectful last rites to unknown 31yrs Old, Covid+ve Woman who committed suicide.

On 30th june, late evening Mr.Jagdish Kelshikar(Social Worker) has received a call from a Police Inspector(PI) of Basant Park, Chembur Police Station .PI asked Jagdish to do the last rites for Covid+ve Male who fell down from 5th floor. Jagdish agreed to come along with his friends to do the last rites. On 1st July, Jagdish and his friend Imran Shah reached the police station to proceed further to pickup the dead body from Rajawadi Hospital , Ghatkopar and to do the last rites , suddenly a lady bumped in…

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