United in Support: Joining hands to serve frontline warrior

Published on Dec 30, 2020

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Bengaluru, India’s globally known IT hub, is rendering a different service during this pandemic. A unique multi-denominational collaboration - Doctor’s Kitchen - demonstrates how citizens have come together to support frontline warriors like doctors and nurses in the COVID-19 battle. The community kitchen was started during the peak of the pandemic and has been able to serve over 200,000 meals to the medical frontline workers across six government hospitals in Bengaluru. Volunteers from United Sikhs, Project Smile, Bengaluru Samaritans, Mercy Mission and Yuvalok Foundation joined hands to cook and serve hot meals to the first-response teams of the coronavirus.

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