Every Infant Matters has leveraged our strengths and presence at grassroot level to provide succor from the dreaded COVID-19 in these difficult times. Our COVID-19 response is directed towards 2 groups of people.
Dedicated nuns are carrying out mother & child care in remote parts of the world, where there are no doctors or nurses
Doctors who are part of Every Infant Matters are carrying out training of nuns and nurses who are doing mother and child care to the poorest of the poor living in remote areas
We partner with the Congregation of Missionary Sisters of Mary Help of Christians (MSMHC) to provide the nuns with the necessary skills and expertise.
Every Infant matters has been implementing its projects both directly or through health camps held in partnership with other NGOs, physicians, and charitable organizations:
Volunteers go out every day in the afternoon and serve freshly cooked nutritious meals to those who are hungry specially to migrant workers who have lost their jobs. The time has come that every person must work towards preventing hunger and saving lives. Food has become an urgent need.
We thank our donor Zomato Feeding India for their incredibly generous offer: Pick up as much food as you need from our kitchens!”
Indian Medical Association (IMA) is the largest represented organization of doctors of modern system of medicine in India which looks after the interests of doctors as well as the wellbeing of the community at large. It organizes camps for poor women and children in UP, India.
Shri Ram College of Commerce Alumni Association helped Every Infant Matters to carry out COVID-19 relief and distribution of essential items to low paid hospital workers who are in the frontlines in the fight against Covid-19. SRCC Alumni Association had funded the purchase of hundred PPE kits, 500 large bottles of hand sanitizers, and 50 helmets and face shields, among other items.
The Robin Hood Army (RHA) is a volunteer based, zero-funds organization that works to get surplus food from restaurants and the community to serve less fortunate people. Radhika was looking for geographical expansions within the country. With RHA serving more than 7000 impoverished kids, it made sense to launch the collaboration between to help increase access!
The Centre for Development Initiative (CDI) based out of Guwahati, Assam is the development wing of the Missionary Sisters of Mary Help of Christians (MSMHC), an organization dedicated to the service of marginalized communities, especially women, girls and children. Their nuns stitched 30,000 masks for distribution to the poor and homeless, and to the domestic workers and their children.
Swasti focuses on diverse areas that are essential levers in bringing about well-being within vulnerable communities. It’s because of this partnership that we have succeeded in receiving funding exceeding Rs 1 crore ( $140,000) from a number of donors to carry out COVID relief in 7 states of India.
Chetna Samaj NGO has 17 years of experience working alongside poor children attempting to break the vicious cycle of poverty and get them access to their basic human rights of protection, education, healthcare, participation and opportunities for a livelihood.
Saksham NGO, Jaipur, Rajasthan empowers communities by creating multiple opportunities and platforms for visually impaired persons for their sustainable social upliftment. We believe in their potential to be significant contributors in India’s growth story.
Dupont empowers the world with the essential innovations to thrive. Dupont has proven expertise in science and innovation to create sustainable solutions for the complex challenges facing our world. Dupont is supporting COVID relief in the remote North east. They have donated 3000 PPEs, and 32 high-quality Oxygen concentrators, 10 for Mizoram, 5 for Delhi and 17 for Manipur.
Jubilant Bhartiya Foundation
Jubilant Bhartia Foundation is a not for profit organization established in 2007 by Jubilant Bhartia Group and is aimed at bringing progressive social change through a strategic multi-stakeholder partnership. It develops multi-stakeholder sustainable models to bring about ‘social change’ involving knowledge generation & sharing, experiential learning and entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Pernod Ricard – The Pernod Ricard India Foundation (PRIF), a Section 8 Company, under Companies Act, 2013, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Pernod Ricard India Private Limited (PRIPL). Pernod-Ricard send Oxygen Concentrators, PPEs and Pulse Oximeters to Meghalaya, Mizoram
Crypto Relief is a community-run fund who had delivered relief during the ongoing COVID crisis in India. They have provided over 100,000 grocery bags across India, and funding exceeding several million dollars to grassroots NGOs to purchase groceries and distribute to those families who have suffered so much in the COVID pandemic that they are close to starvation.
Batra Hospital and Medical Research Centre – Free OPD They continuously engage itself in upgrading its comprehensive multispecialty healthcare delivery system through quality intervention, involvement of all functionaries and excellent leadership.
Virat Hospital – Dr Virat Veer Yadav, MD
Virat Hospitals is the 100 bedded Superspeciality & Multispeciality hospital located at Dharuhera Chungi, Circular road, Rewari (Haryana). Virat Hospitals is one of the best health care centers in south Haryana, where patients are treated with the human touch at the most affordable cost.