Singer Tulsi Kumar has teamed up for Mission Josh’s Mission 5000 to impact the lives of 5000 people through its partner NGOs in affected cities across India by providing free oxygen concentrators to patients at home. There is a massive shortage of oxygen and beds that is fatal in hospitals. Tulsi Kumar sees the need for an hour to support this initiative, which aims to provide free oxygen concentrators that provide oxygen to patients who need help at home and are not very critical. The campaign goal is 5Cr and every contribution is important.
The country has suffered the impact of the second wave of the coronavirus, which left patients with a lack of oxygen. Meanwhile, due to the increase, there is in some cases a great need for oxygen concentrators. Amid the massive shortage, social media is flooded with messages from people looking for oxygen concentrators for their friends and family. Tulsi Kumar was India’s voice in the music industry and is now preparing to be the voice of people affected by the second wave. This initiative is expected to have a massive impact today.
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“With the second wave and its ongoing crises and massive repercussions in India, it became clear to me that it was time to act. We launched the # Mission5000 initiative, which aims to provide free oxygen concentrators to COVID patients who are less critical and can be treated at home. The idea is to help patients at home and to save beds in hospitals for the severely affected patients. Every drop in the ocean counts, so every contribution that comes as a donation from people who want to donate to our Ketto campaign contributes to the massive impact we can achieve together. Together with the founders of Mission Josh, Mansi & Vinav, I support the affected citizens. We are engaging NGOs in various cities and states to deliver these oxygen concentrators to the hardest hit and most needed locations. The goal of this campaign is 5Cr and this amount will affect a total of 5000 lives. Once the effects are achieved, we will donate these concentrators to hospitals and NGOs so that the cycle can continue as these concentrators have a lifespan of up to 5 years. I believe in advocating for causes that are close to my heart and I’ve seen many deaths around me since the first wave. So this mission is helping me to make sure we affect as many lives as possible. This is the link to support our initiative:
I would like to thank every contributor, supporter and my media friends in advance. “Says Tulsi Kumar.
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With this initiative, Mission Josh is working with several NGOs in different parts of India to provide concentrators to patients at home. It is time for us to get involved and help in any way we can. Every contribution is important. Share this with your friends and family to help us spread it. “We knew we wanted someone like Tulsi Kumar who could lead the initiative with sheer kindness and love to meet the needs of the hour.” said of the founders of the Mission Josh, Mansi & Vinav.
Commenting on the collaboration, Ketto.org, CEO and Co-Founder of Varun Sheth: “We are very excited to be working with Mission Josh for the Mission 5000 initiative, which aims to help COVID patients who are and may be less critical, Free oxygen concentrators are available to make home treats available. The initiative will help us limit the burden on hospitals. Our aim is to reach maximum patients and caregivers and to support them with oxygen concentrators. At Ketto, we are constantly working to fill the gap in terms of accessibility and affordability. For two weeks, Ketto has run over 2500 COVID relief campaigns, 30 percent of which are raising funds for oxygen supplies and COVID care. So far we have raised over INR 70 crore for various COVID relief campaigns. “
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This initiative will help influence the lives of people in Mumbai, Delhi, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Guwahati, Surat, Pune and a few more cities. We intend to help cancer patients who test positive and need immediate attention and help right in their home. This help is expanded by our partner NGO Sanjeevani-Life Beyond Cancer. The police team in Delhi affected by Covid is supported by our partner NGO Ladli Foundation with oxygen concentrators. Affected people who live alone or have old members at home are also supported by our partner NGO Silver Innings. The aim is to make oxygen concentrators available to all while focusing and prioritizing those who really need them most.