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Mahesh Jagtap

“The year 2020 has put all of us in a state of overwhelming fear. With the entry of COVID-19 and then the virus spreading like a wildfire, it was difficult for everyone, but more in the rural areas. To stop the spread the entire nation went on a lockdown. Since the lockdown brought all activities to a halt, there have been several stories of people struggling to find even a morsel of food and of migrant workers left stranded, among others.
At this time ,it was GeBBS Foundation who came forward with their fabulous plan – Project Annapurna. Through this project various food kits and groceries were distributed to the people in Aurangabad and Jalna. I was one of the volunteers who participated in this project. I must say that I am fortunate to be a part of this project. GeBBS Foundation gave me the opportunity to distribute food and other necessities to the people in the rural areas during the pandemic. I have been a witness to the smile on every face, when I along with other GeBBS Foundation volunteers distributed the food kits to the rural people in Aurangabad and Jalna. This Annapurna project was one of best activities I have ever witnessed. I wish to be a part of such noble endeavors. Thank you, GeBBS Foundation.”

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