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Nanma Charitable Foundation recently organised its second round of relief activities for families affected by COVID-19.

| Posted On :09/05/2020 21:03:00 |

On the occasion of Maharashtra Day, May 1, 2020, the team distributed 150 kits of daily essentials namely onion, potato, tomato, carrot, beans, cabbage, cauliflower, methi, masalas(adarak,karipatha,dhaniya,mirchi) etc to as many as 150 families living in Irani Chawl, Goma Patil Chawl, Pandu Patil Chawl and Kumbar Chawl in Netivaligaon, Kalyan East, Mumbai, Maharashtra.

The families which included kids and senior citizens were mostly daily wage labourers, rickshaw drivers and underprivileged members. These families have been struggling to arrange basic needs without a regular income since the lockdown was first announced on March 24, 2020 and may further require consistent efforts like these to keep them away from hunger and poverty. On behalf of Nanma, we'd like to thank everyone who contributed to the cause.





Relief materials provided to 125 families affected by COVID-19 lockdown

| Posted On :19/04/2020 07:15:38 |

The Covid-19 lockdown forced several daily wage labourers to shut shops and rendered them jobless.
In Netivali Gaon, Kalyan, Maharashtra, as many as 1500 poor family members including rickshaw drivers, small vendors, car drivers and labourers are afraid to step out of their homes and look for alternate sources of income. After a quick survey, team Nanma identified 50 to 100 such families and successfully distributed 125 kits comprising basic necessities of foodgrains, pulses and oil to the deserving family members in Kalyan East to help them survive the lockdown.
On behalf of Nanma Charitable Foundation, we would like to thank all those who helped pack, donate and distribute these materials by risking their lives and health.
Let's all stay home and stay safe.

Please wear a mask whenever you step out of your home.
Don't forget to wash your hands with soap and water or sanitise yourself before stepping in and out of your homes.
Do not step out unless absolutely essential.
Boost your immunity with homemade kadhas, engage in yoga or some form of physical activity at home to stay fit. Remind your elders to take their medicines regularly and on time.
Let's all fight COVID-19 together.





NANMA -VISMAYA 2020

| Posted On :04/02/2020 02:30:12 |

Mumbai Kalyan-based Nanma Charitable Foundation celebrated its 6th Anniversary on Sunday, 12th January 2020 at Acharya Atre Rang Mandir in Kalyan in a grand manner.
Famous serial and film artist Devi Chandana inaugurated the function and appreciated the efforts of the team for their work in reducing malnutrition related deaths in Maharashtra and flood relief work in Sangli and Kerala. Kalyan west M. L. A Viswanath Atmaram Bhoir and LIC Assistant Divisional Manager Vijaykumar Korde were the other chief guests of the event. Some of the prominent personalities who supported the development of Nanma's Vikaswadi Project were also felicitated during the function.
Nanma's wellwishers Advocate Padma Divakaran, Prakash Padikkal, Premlal Raman, Dr. Oommen David, Rajan Nair Mulund, T. R. Chandran, Jayanth Nair, Karunakaran Pillai, Mrudul Prabhakaran, E. P. Vasu also attended the function.
As part of the programme, Nanma also felicitated the volunteers who distributed flood relief materials to villagers in Sangli, Maharashtra.
Students from Kalyan based Ardhanareeswara Nritha Kalalayam performed Classical fusion and Mayura Nritham to welcome the guests.
Physically challenged celebrity artistes from Mumbai-based NGO Drzya performed inspiring dances and songs and entertained the audience.

NANMA TEAM.





TEAM NANMA HELPS REBUILD SANGLI, MAHARASHTRA

| Posted On :09/09/2019 07:55:53 |

“We make a living by what we get,
But we make a life by what we give.”

Over one lakh people have been affected by the floods that hit Western Maharashtra this year.
The waters have receded but several families have lost their loved ones, livelihoods and a lot more is at stake as they struggle to get back to their lives.

On Sunday, August 18, 2018, a small team of good-willed people -- young and old -- set forth from Kalyan Mumbai by traveller and truck to do their bit to help rebuild Sangli, Western Maharashtra.

With over 5 tonnes of relief material collected from different parts of Mumbai including groceries, clothing, essentials and sanitary napkins among others, the team safely distributed them all to the affected families traveling door to door.

Over the next two days, the team of 16 including Mrudul Prabhakaran, Prasad Nair, Athira Ashokan, Sharat Panikar, Subin Sethu, Nandana, Subin Sunilraj, Smitha Panicker, Ashokan Ponnan, Bindumol, Saritha, Sreedevi Surendran, Devadasan, Sindu, Suja Bhaskaran and Bharathy Sethu-- headed by Sunilraj, General Secretary, Nanma Charitable Foundation worked relentlessly and reached out to over 680 families in Sangli district.

The team travelled by foot to flood-affected villages of Valva, Kundalwadi, Thadulwadi, Chikkurdi, Ithode and Devarde.

While the relief may last them only a few days, every helping hand, every kind word gave them hope that they are not alone in this struggle.
Together, let's help Western Maharashtra, a small part of India bounce back to normalcy. Any and every help is welcome.

Finally, a huge Thank You to all those who helped and supported Nanma in this successful journey.





Educational and Health Support to 146 Tribal Children of VIKASWADI Primary School and Anganwadi.

| Posted On :06/08/2019 15:39:05 |

Mumbai Kalyan based Nanma Charitable Foundation visited Vikaswadi Village (Palsunde) near Khodala in Mokhada Taluka, Palghar District of Maharashtra to start its first phase of Tribal Empowerment this year.
In the first of a three-phase initiative the Nanma team distributed Study Materials which includes,School Bags, Note Books ,Pencil box kits…etc. to the kids up to Class 5 of Vikaswadi Primary School and Anganwadi.

The team also distributed Nutritional foods to the children of Primary school and Anganwadi of Vikaswadi.

Foundation General Secretary Sunilraj, Athira Ashokan,Sreedevi Surendran,Bindumol,Prasad Nair,Sarath Panicker,Subin sethu, Rajendra Tamboli,Nandana,Sobhitha,subin Sunil,Aswin, and Kiran Pardhi supervised the event.

We also made arrangements to distribute milk, egg and banana every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to the children.
In our next phases, we have decided to distribute essential utensils, water purifiers, computer, linen bed sheets, tooth brushes, toothpaste and soaps to the villagers as part of our health and sanitation initiative.
We will also be conducting free Medical Camp and plan to distribute essential medicines which will benefit more than 300 families from the village.
We look forward to your kind co- operation and support for our project this year.

With Love and Regards.

NANMA TEAM.





FLOOD RELIEF TO THE VICTIMS OF KERALA.

| Posted On :08/09/2018 08:21:49 |

'When you conspire to do something good, the universe conspires to help you succeed.'

Over 7 lakh people have been affected by the floods that washed Kerala this year.
The waters have receded but families have lost their loved ones, livelihoods and a lot more is at stake as they struggle to go back to their lives.

On Sunday, August 26, 2018, a small team of good-willed people -- young and old -- set forth from Mumbai by Netravati Express to do their bit to help rebuild Kerala.

With over 5 tonnes of relief material collected from different parts of Mumbai including groceries, clothing, essentials and sanitary napkins among others, the team had a huge task at hand -- to safely distribute them all to the affected families door to door.

Over the next five days, the team of 13 -- Vinod Bhaskaran IRS, Rajan V Nair, Subin Sethu, Athira Ashokan, Sharat Panikar, Subin Sunilraj, Kiran Das, Rohan, Shaji Kayaratuthodi, Suresh Rameshwar, Shaktidharan Nair, Subin Bhaskaran, Manilal and Liju -- headed by Sunilraj, General Secretary, Nanma Charitable Foundation worked relentlessly and reached out to over 600 families in Kerala.

The team travelled by foot and boat to flood-affected villages of Vallor, Anthikad, Kanjani, Chirakkal, Manaloor, Chalakudi, Meloor, Poolani, Adichili, Pushpagiri, Kunnampalli, Koratti, Atta Padam, Muringoor, Devine Nagar, Chunakkara Colony and Parakootam.

While the relief may last them only a few days, every helping hand, every kind word gave them hope that they are not alone in this struggle.
Together, let's help Kerala, a small state of a bigger India bounce back to normalcy. Any and every help is welcome.

A huge Thank You to all those who helped and supported Nanma in this successful journey.
In the words of Einstein, a big Thank You also to all those who said No to us. Because of you, we did it ourselves.





Educational and health support to 236 tribal children of Munjyachimet & Dandwalgaon Primary School & Anganwadi.

| Posted On :11/08/2018 12:35:52 |

Mumbai-based Nanma Charitable Foundation visited Munjyachimet village in Mokhada taluka, Palghar district of Maharashtra to start its first phase of tribal empowerment this year.
In the first of a six-phase initiative the Nanma team distributed school bags, notebooks, pencil box kits and slate boards to the kids up to class 5 of Munjyachimet Primary School, Anganwadi and Dandwalgaon Primary School and Anganwadi on Saturday, July 28, 2018.
The village is 148 kms away from Kalyan.

The team also distributed nutritional food to the children of Primary school and Anganwadi of Munjyachimet and Dandwalgaon. We also made arrangements to distribute milk, egg and banana every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to the children.

Foundation General Secretary Sunilraj, Unnikrishnan.E.U, Subhash Kumar, Honey.V.G, Varun Nair, Dattatray Hamare, Rajendra Tamboli,Kamlakar, Kiran Pardhi, Shajimon,Shijin,Sumit Sudeesh and
Rahul Panday supervised the event.





VISMAYA.2017.

| Posted On :24/07/2018 01:28:18 |

Nanma Charitable Foundation based in Kalyan celebrated their fourth anniversary in SavitribaiPhule Hall in Dombivli East. The event was inaugurated by the Senior Divisional Manager of LIC of India, Thane Division, Puneetkumar. Foundation General Secretary presided. Eminent social activists Adv Prema Menon, Balachandra Menon, E Preman, Paul Parappilly, O Pradeep Nair, C P Babu, Prakash Padikkal, K Vijaykumar, Dr Oommen David, Sunilkumar, Sudeesh Kumar, Dr Shalvi Gaikwad, Rajesh Shringarpure etal were present.
During the event, Nanma Foundation felicitated persons working to better the life of those Adivasi Children of Vehloli Village suffering from lack of nutritious food. Puneetkumar released a souvenir by presenting a copy to Pradeep Nair. It was followed by a musical programme by blind singers and dance programmes of AJS Group of Mumbai. Dr Abhay Gaikwad proposed a vote of thanks. Sapna Sreekumar was the presenter of the event.





A DAY WITH PLOTPADA TRIBAL KIDS.

| Posted On :14/02/2018 08:07:14 |

Nanma Charitable Foundation visited Plotpada village in Shahapur Taluka, Thane Dist.of Maharashtra to provide educational & health support with a larger aim towards empowering the tribals of rural Maharashtra.

In the fourth phase of a nine-phase initiative, the Nanma team distributed daily necessities such as tooth brushes, tooth pastes, soaps,biscuits, fruits to the tribals.
The team also distributed clothes to the children of anganwadi and primary school in the village. The programme was inaugurated by Bindumol, President of the foundation and supported by team members Sreedevi Surendran, Sakthidharan Nair, Subin,Sharath Panicker, Aswin Pillai,Viraj,Vaishak,Sudev,Nandana,Manu Mathew,Shajimon.

In the first phase we had distributed school bags, pencil box kits, slates and notebooks to the kids up to class 4.
The team also distributed nutrition food to the children of primary school and anganwadi.
In our Second phase we distributed wheel chairs, ceiling fans, tube lights, water purifiers, steel wash basins, fruits and sweets.
In our third phase we had conducted a day- long medical camp comprising full body check up of children of anganwadi and primary school and distributed medicines led by Dr.Abhay Gaikwad and team.
Thanks to Holy Cross High School, Kamani, Kurla West.





Medical Support to 85 tribal children of Zilla Parishad School.Plotpada.

| Posted On :09/01/2018 13:05:12 |

Nanma Charitable Foundation visited Plotpada village in Shahapur Taluka. Thane Dist.of Maharashtra put efforts in Educational & Health support towards Empowering the tribals of rural Maharashtra.
In the first of a nine-phase initiative the Nanma team distributed school bags, pencil box kits, slates and notebooks to the kids up to class 4.
The team also distributed nutrition food to the children of Primary school and Anganwadi.
In our Second phase we distributed Wheel Chairs,Ceiling Fans,Tube Lights,Water Purifiers,Steel Wash Basins,
Fruits and Sweets.
In our third phase we had conducted a day- long medical camp comprising full body check up of children of anganwadi and primary school and distribution of medicines by Dr.Abhay Gaikwad and team.





Health support to 85 tribal children.

| Posted On :02/10/2017 19:39:44 |

On 19 August 2017,Nanma Charitable Foundation visited Plotpada village in Shahapur Taluka. Thane Dist.of Maharashtra put efforts in Educational & Health support towards Empowering the tribals of rural Maharashtra.
During June, in the first of a nine-phase initiative the Nanma team distributed school bags, pencil box kits, slates and notebooks to the kids up to class 4.
The team also distributed nutrition food to the children of
Primary school and Anganwadi.
In our Phase. 2 we distributed
Wheel Chairs,Lights,Fans,Water Purifiers,Kitchen Utensils and nutrition foods.
The sarpanch of the village and the teachers appreciated the goodwill and expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the team.
In third phase planned to conduct a day-long Medical camp covering all villagers of Plotpada.





EDUCATIONAL & HEALTH SUPPORT TO 85 TRIBAL CHILDREN.

| Posted On :02/10/2017 19:25:34 |

On 29 June 2017,Nanma Charitable Foundation visited Plotpada village in Shahapur Taluka. Thane Dist.of Maharashtra put efforts in Educational & Health support towards Empowering the tribals of rural Maharashtra.
In the first of a nine-phase initiative the Nanma team distributed school bags, pencil box kits, slates and notebooks to the kids up to class 4.
The team also distributed nutrition food to the children of Primary school and Anganwadi.
The sarpanch of the village and the teachers appreciated the goodwill and expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the team.
We look forward to your kind co-operation in our next phases where we plan to distribute water purifiers, toys, uniforms, computer, electrical fittings, kitchen accessories and linen among other resources. Also planned to conduct a day-long Medical camp covering all villagers of Plotpada.





VISMAYA.2016.

| Posted On :23/12/2016 10:35:34 |

On November 12, 2016, Nanma Charitable Foundation celebrated its third anniversary at Savithribai Phule Auditorium, Dombivli, Mumbai. The cultural evening saw magnificent performances from dancers,musicians,celebrity singers and dare devil stunts by talented artistes from Kerala.Here are some glimpses from the star studded event.





NANMA'S DIWALI SURPRISE -- CLEAN WATER AND SWEETS FOR ALL.

| Posted On :11/12/2016 15:55:47 |

On October 22,2016, Nanma Charitable Foundation visited 8 zilla parishad schools(Musaiwadi, Khanduchiwadi, Krushnachiwadi, Katachiwadi, Ambachiwadi, Chinchwadi, Brudrukpada & Vehloli) in Vehloli village, Shahpur district of Maharasthra. The team distributed 8 water purifiers and a diwali snack and sweets kit comprising bhakarvadi, biscuits, wafers, and assorted chocolates to 352 adivasi students and teaching staff. The students and staff thanked the team for the gesture with handmade flower bouquets.
Nanma team thanks everyone who participated in the cause and helped made it successful. We look forward to your kind cooperation in future activities as well.





A Day with Anugrah Girls.

| Posted On :20/10/2016 18:21:49 |

On September 22, 2016, Nanma Charitable Foundation Team visited Anugrah Balvikas Kendra, Ambernath and distributed food and sweets to 46 children from poor tribal families. The team also spent time with them watching them make candles. We'd like to thank our well wishers for your co.operation and expect the same for our further activities.





Dandwalgaon Phase 8 : Educational & Health support to 193 tribal kids .

| Posted On :15/08/2016 06:13:37 |

On July 30,2016 Saturday Nanma Charitable Foundation visited Dandwalgaon in MokhadaTaluka of Maharashtra to continue our Educational & Health support towards empowering the tribals of rural Maharashtra.
In the eighth of a ten-phase initiative(third consecutive year) the Nanma team continued our weekly nutritional programme of boiled eggs, banana, milk and wafers for 193 students.
The team also distributed school bags, pencil box kits, and notebooks to the kids up to class 4.
The sarpanch of the village and the teachers appreciated the goodwill and expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the team.
We look forward to your kind co-operation in our next phases where we plan to distribute water purifiers, toys and uniforms among other resources. Also planned to conduct a day-long Medical camp covering all villagers of Dandwalgaon.





VEHLOLI Project Phase-1.Educational Support to 352 Tribal Children

| Posted On :31/07/2016 04:58:52 |

Nanma Charitable Foundation has successfully completed Phase 1 of Vehloli school project.
On July 14, Nanma distributed school bags along with relevant study material to 352 students of 8 Zilla Parishad schools in
Brudrukpada,
Musaiwadi, Khandachiwadi, Krishnachiwadi, Katachiwadi, Ambachiwadi, Chinchwadi and Vehloli.
General Secretary
Sunilraj, Mrudul Prabhakaran, Sakthidharan Nair, E.U.Unnikrishnan, Arjun Bhoir, Varun Nair, Shaji and Pappu yadav supervised the above activity.
In the second phase we are planning to donate water purifiers and toys to students of 8 Villa Parishad schools and 14 Anganwadis.
A tree plantation drive has also been planned.
We appreciate your kind support, suggestions and love in making this new initiative successful.





Nanma successfully launches 'Donate a Wheelchair Campaign'

| Posted On :17/05/2016 07:14:12 |

On April 24, 2016, NANMA CHARITABLE FOUNDATION donated a wheelchair to Mr. Dhiraj Ghaaru in Ulhasnagar, a suburb in Mumbai. Mr. Ghaaru had been suffering from Muscular Dystrophy for 15 yrs and had sought our help.
NANMA CHARITABLE FOUNDATION initiated this campaign to bring back life into the physically challenged and empower them to lead an independent life.
In the forthcoming months, our aim is to identify and help similar deserving with wheelchairs and necessary aid.





A SMALL HELP TO CHENNAI FLOOD AFFECTED.

| Posted On :05/01/2016 13:51:37 |

On January 3,2016 Mumbai based Nanma Charitable Foundation reached out to flood affected victims in Chennai. The team distributed gas stove, grinder ,rice basin, spatula, water drum, water jugs, weighing machine, old clothes and food grains to 55 persons including the mentally challenged and those affected by autism, epilepsy and mongolism at Children of Love Care Centre, Parthasarathy memorial trust, pallikkaranai, Chennai.
Nanma Joint Secretary Shaji Kayarattuthodi, Mannivannan, E.N.Jayachandran, E.C.Mohanakrishnan, Ashwinkumar, Neelavathy and Reshmi successfully organised the initiative.
The children and trust members appreciated Nanma’s goodwill gesture and applauded the team for its humble effort to help the flood affected children.
The Nanma team congratulates and thanks everyone who has helped us for the activity.





MEDICAL AID TO ADIVASI CHILDREN.

| Posted On :19/12/2015 10:10:52 |

On December 6, 2015, Nanma Charitable Foundation successfully completed the fifth phase of 'Empowering Dandwalgaon' with a day-long medical camp comprising full body check up of children affected due to malnutrition in the villages of Dandwalgaon,Nilmathi,Chinchthara and Morchandi.
A team of expert doctors diagnosed the Children for common illness symptoms and distributed medicines and offered expert medical advice. About 247 childrens were benefitted from the camp.
The team also distributed tooth brushes, oranges and milk to each of these kids as part of the camp.
Nanma General Secretary Sunilraj, Dr.Abhay Gaikwad ,Dr.Santosh Birla,Dr.Sachin Bachare.E.Preman,Santhosh Balachandran,Divya Nair,Prasanth nair,Unnikrishnan E.U,Dattatray hamare,Muralidas Peralasseri,Renjan Chendamangalam and others supervised the camp activities.

In the first four phases, the team had distributed books, school uniforms, school bags and kitchen necessities to the primary school & anganwadi and initiated a weekly nutrition programme comprising milk, bananas, eggs and wafers. This benefitted more than 189 students and kids in the village.
Overall, the programme was a raging success. The village sarpanch, teachers and students appreciated Nanma's goodwill initiatives and applauded the team for its consistent efforts to empower the village.
The Nanma team congratulates everyone who has helped us achieve this dream.





SPREADING HAPPINESS

| Posted On :19/12/2015 10:09:02 |

On November 11, 2015 Nanma Charitable Foundation, as a part of its charitable activity distributed new dresses to 69 orphan and destitute girl children of Sunrise Happy Children Home, Badlapur {Activity 25}.
The Nanma team would like to thank all our well wishers and friends for supporting the noble initiative. We appreciate your kind co-operation .





Stop malnutrition deaths of tribal children

| Posted On :23/10/2015 14:57:17 |

Mumbai-based Nanma Charitable Foundation has started a nutrition programme from July 2015 to April 2016 which involves providing additional nutrition alongside rice and dal to the Tribal children of Anganwadi and Primary school of Dandwalgaon, Mokhada, Palghar Dist of Maharashtra.
The following foods have been included as part of the weekly nutrition programme:
On every Monday - one banana.
On every Wednesday -one boiled egg.
On every Friday - protein biscuit or wafers.
On every Saturday - one cup of milk.
One staff member has been appointed by Nanma for providing the above in the village.





Dandwalgaon Phase 5: Educational & Health support to 188 tribal kids .

| Posted On :13/08/2015 17:07:59 |

On July 13,2015 Monday Nanma Charitable Foundation visited Dandwalgaon in MokhadaTaluka of Maharashtra to continue our Educational & Health support towards empowering the tribals of rural Maharashtra.
In the fourth of a six-phase initiative the Nanma team continued our weekly nutritional programme of eggs, banana, Milk and chips for 188 students.
The team also distributed slates, pencil box kits, and 1000 notebooks to the kids up to class 4.
The sarpanch of the village and the teachers appreciated the goodwill and expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the team.
We look forward to your kind co-operation in our next phases where we plan to distribute uniforms, toys, utensils, benches and desks among other resources. Also planned to conduct a day-long Medical camp covering all villagers of Dandwalgaon.





Supporting126 Tribal kids of Jambhul.

| Posted On :09/07/2015 03:16:29 |

On July 03' 2015 Nanma Charitable Foundation visited Zilla Parishat School,Jambhul,Khoni,Kalyan Taluk, Thane Dist. of Maharashtra .
As a part of our Charitable Activity, Nanma Charitable Foundation distributed free NoteBooks and Slates to 126 Tribal Students from Std ‘I’ to Std ‘VII’.
This school is in an Adivasi Area and most of students are from economically lower income group.





BUILDING A BRIGHTER TOMORROW

| Posted On :07/06/2015 04:46:45 |

On April 18' 2015 NANMA CHARITABLE FOUNDATION raised and donated Rs 125000/- to Sunrise Happy Children Home in Badlapur, Maharashtra.
The amount will be used to provide Education and improve the building to accommodate more kids who don't have a family to call their own.
The NANMA team thanks all its well wishers who supported the initiative and donated for the noble cause.






NOTICE BOARD
Nanma Charitable Foundation recently organised its second round of relief activities for families affected by COVID-19.

On the occasion of Maharashtra Day, May 1, 2020, the team distributed 150 kits of daily essentials namely onion, potato, tomato, carrot, beans, cabbage, cauliflower, methi, masalas(adarak,karipatha,dhaniya,mirchi) etc to as many as 150 families living in Irani Chawl, Goma Patil Chawl, Pandu Patil Chawl and Kumbar Chawl in Netivaligaon, Kalyan East, Mumbai, Maharashtra.

The families which included kids and senior citizens were mostly daily wage labourers, rickshaw drivers and underprivileged members. These families have been struggling to arrange basic needs without a regular income since the lockdown was first announced on March 24, 2020 and may further require consistent efforts like these to keep them away from hunger and poverty. On behalf of Nanma, we'd like to thank everyone who contributed to the cause.




Relief materials provided to 125 families affected by COVID-19 lockdown

The Covid-19 lockdown forced several daily wage labourers to shut shops and rendered them jobless.
In Netivali Gaon, Kalyan, Maharashtra, as many as 1500 poor family members including rickshaw drivers, small vendors, car drivers and labourers are afraid to step out of their homes and look for alternate sources of income. After a quick survey, team Nanma identified 50 to 100 such families and successfully distributed 125 kits comprising basic necessities of foodgrains, pulses and oil to the deserving family members in Kalyan East to help them survive the lockdown.
On behalf of Nanma Charitable Foundation, we would like to thank all those who helped pack, donate and distribute these materials by risking their lives and health.
Let's all stay home and stay safe.

Please wear a mask whenever you step out of your home.
Don't forget to wash your hands with soap and water or sanitise yourself before stepping in and out of your homes.
Do not step out unless absolutely essential.
Boost your immunity with homemade kadhas, engage in yoga or some form of physical activity at home to stay fit. Remind your elders to take their medicines regularly and on time.
Let's all fight COVID-19 together.




NANMA's VIKASWADI Project-2019-2020.

Educational and Health Support to 146 Tribal Children of VIKASWADI Primary School and Anganwadi.
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Mumbai Kalyan based Nanma Charitable Foundation visited Vikaswadi Village (Palsunde) near Khodala in Mokhada Taluka, Palghar District of Maharashtra to start its first phase of Tribal Empowerment this year.
In the first of a three-phase initiative the Nanma team distributed Study Materials which includes,School Bags, Note Books ,Pencil box kits?etc. to the kids up to Class 5 of Vikaswadi Primary School and Anganwadi.

The team also distributed Nutritional foods to the children of Primary school and Anganwadi of Vikaswadi.

Foundation General Secretary Sunilraj, Athira Ashokan,Sreedevi Surendran,Bindumol,Prasad Nair,Sarath Panicker,Subin sethu, Rajendra Tamboli,Nandana,Sobhitha,subin Sunil,Aswin Pillai, and Kiran Pardhi supervised the event.

We also made arrangements to distribute milk, egg and banana every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to the children.
In our next phases, we have decided to distribute essential utensils, water purifiers, computer, linen bed sheets, tooth brushes, toothpaste and soaps to the villagers as part of our health and sanitation initiative.
We will also be conducting free Medical Camp and plan to distribute essential medicines which will benefit more than 300 families from the village.
We look forward to your kind co- operation and support for our project this year.

With Love and Regards.

NANMA TEAM.




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Nanma Charitable Foundation recently organised its second round of relief activities for families affected by COVID-19.

09/05/2020 21:03:00
On the occasion of Maharashtra Day, May 1, 2020, the team distributed 150 kits of daily essentials namely onion, potato, tomato, carrot, beans, cabbage, cauliflower, methi, masala...... Read More..


Relief materials provided to 125 families affected by COVID-19 lockdown

19/04/2020 07:15:38
The Covid-19 lockdown forced several daily wage labourers to shut shops and rendered them jobless.
In Netivali Gaon, Kalyan, Maharashtra, as many as 1500 poor family members ......
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