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TEAM NANMA HELPS REBUILD SANGLI, MAHARASHTRA

| Posted On :28/09/2019 18:57:01 |





TEAM NANMA HELPS REBUILD SANGLI, MAHARASHTRA

| Posted On :28/09/2019 18:53:23 |





TOKEN FOR DANDWALGAON EDUCATION PROJECT.

| Posted On :19/03/2015 10:08:54 |

Our General Secretary Sunilraj is receiving a token for our Dandwalgaon Education Project from Jessy Jose,Principal of Sri Vani Vidyashal High School,Kalyan in presence of Preetha Nair & Sudheer Nair.





Nanma Opens Administrative Office in Mumbai

| Posted On :25/02/2015 10:34:32 |

On February 15, 2015, Nanma Charitable Foundation opened its administrative office at Office No 17, second floor, Vithal Chambers, near KDMC office, Shivaji Chowk, Kalyan West, Maharashtra.421301.
The office was inaugurated by Social Workers Jayant Nair and Balan Nair .
The inauguration was followed by a pooja and was attended by well wishers, team members, friends and family.
The Foundation would like to thank everyone who has supported us in this journey and invites them to be a part of our future endeavours as well.





DANDWALGAON EDUCATION & HEALTH PROJECT.

| Posted On :29/10/2014 09:36:53 |

Appreciation letter received from Hon.Member of Parliament from Kalyan Dr.Srikant Shinde for our Dandwalgaon Education & Health project.





TOKEN FOR DANDWALGAON PROJECT.

| Posted On :02/10/2014 09:00:52 |

Our General Secretary Sunilraj is receiving a token for our Dandwalgaon Project from Goodwin Group Directors in presence of Malayalam film actors Suraj Venjaramood & Devan.





SOUVENIR-2014

| Posted On :02/10/2014 08:39:08 |

Our Souvenir 2014 is released by Hon.Member of Parliment from Kalyan Dr.Shrikant Eknath Shinde.






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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