Sanjana Sanghi To Help COVID-19 Affected Children And Families

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Sanjana Sanghi COVID help: Actor Sanjana Sanghi has joined hands with an NGO to help COVID-19 affected children and families from the underprivileged parts of India.

Sanjana Sanghi COVID help: Actor collaborates with an NGO

The Dil Bechara actor Sanjana Sanghi has collaborated with the NGO, Save The Children. She will support children and families from vulnerable and disadvantaged communities living in the remote parts of India who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. They are aiming to reach one million people coming from the deprived sections through their ‘Protect A Million’ mission.

Taking to her social media handle, Sanghi shared a video, where she said, “Together we will be providing COVID support in the form of oxygen, critical care, essential medicine, psycho-social support, and nutritional packages, to the most underserved and vulnerable communities which are children and their families in remote parts across 57 districts of India”.

She noted, “Our aim is to reach one million such children and families and we just can’t do this without you”.

Sanjana Sanghi went on to request all her fans and followers to join the initiative as they fight to protect the future and fight for hope. The actor said that every single penny will better the lives of those for whom basic products such as thermometer, oximeter, a mask or medicine are a huge privilege. “Let’s open our hearts up, like we already have, and help each other and fight for the children of our country,” Sanghi concluded.

Earlier this month, the actor launched her mental health campaign ‘Here to Hear’ to address and provide free mental assistance amidst the pandemic. Talking about it, she said that dealing with the mental health crisis is anything but easy in these trying times. “With Here-To-Hear, you can book yourselves 30 minute Audio & Text sessions with a Psychologist, or a Qualified Listener anywhere and anytime, absolutely free of charge”. Click here to read more.