Amid the rising variety of COVID positive cases throughout the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, restrictions have been put in place by the administration. Plenty of people alongside with their households who have been examined positive are discovering it troublesome to have entry to meals.
Amid this, a marketing campaign referred to as ‘Food for Kashmir’ is quick gaining recognition as they ship free home-cooked meals to those COVID sufferers and their households. A meals supply startup referred to as ‘Tiffin Aaw’ in Srinagar has began this marketing campaign on social media. They have taken it upon themselves to ship free meals for covid positive households, COVID warriors, and people in want.
The idea was began when the proprietor Rais Ahmad, received loads of misery calls from people exterior Kashmir, wanting meals to be delivered to their COVID positive dad and mom.
”Food for Kashmir was began just lately, we received a number of misery calls from the people whose households have been covid positive they weren’t capable of pay for his or her meals, we as a begin up wouldn’t have been in that place to present free meals to so many people. So we thought we have to do one thing and that’s when we began a marketing campaign where people would sponsor meals for individuals who will not be capable of pay. We received nice responses from throughout,” stated Rayees Ahmad, Founder, ‘Tiffin Aaw’.
The startup has additionally determined to maintain this initiative going until the pandemic just isn’t over. They are asking people to sponsor their meals for these in want. They ship these meals packets to hospitals, properties, and COVID wellness centres.
“We are a small startup and it’s just been a year. People are calling us, we are giving food to people without asking for money. And among those people only, some get so emotional and tell us that they want to sponsor other covid positive family’s or patients,” stated Nida Rayees, Co-Founder, ‘Tiffin Aaw’.
She additionally provides that “We are following all Covid protocols and not allowing delivery boys in our kitchen. And now we have put out a request asking people to donate us a small tent so that we can keep PPE kits, masks, etc separately.”