Blogs - United Way India


Thank you Super Junior!

30 April, 2020 by United Way India

“We at Indian ELF(s) have been thinking of doing our bit to help fight COVID-19 so we collaborated with an international fan base and UNICEF South Africa to help United Way India in this pandemic. We decided to donate under Super Junior's name because the group itself has been brand ambassadors for various goodwill and humanitarian issues. They also came forward to donate as a group and as individual members to help fight COVID-19, which really inspired us to donate for the front liners in our own country”. Super Junior (SuJu) is one of the most respected groups of the second generation of …


Impacting Lives- COVID-19 Response

25 April, 2020 by United Way India

Deeds of giving are the very foundations of the world. As the coronavirus cases in India climb, imposing a lockdown on 1.3 billion people was always going to be challenging. So far, the country has had a reported 23,239 active cases and 725 deaths. The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has created a global health crisis that has had a deep impact on the way we perceive our world and our everyday lives. India is a country with extreme poverty in many areas; and many of its cities, such as Mumbai and Kolkata, are extraordinarily dense. We do have enough food to feed …


United Way India Network’s COVID-19 Response

03 April, 2020 by United Way India

  #LETS US STAND UNITED & STOP THE COVID-19 TRANSMISSION   EMERGING NEEDS FOR COVID-19 RESPONSE Break the chain – spread awareness and engage communities via social media to contain the spread of COVID 19 Support local hospitals and health workers Provide food supplies, health and hygiene kits The sudden outbreak of the Novel Corona Virus also known as COVID-19 has caused severe panic and social disruptions forcing Governments to impose complete lockdowns globally. The virus has affected 198 countries in a span of 3 months.  The World Health Organization has already termed the deadly COVID-19 virus as a “Global Pandemic”. India has also reported cases from …


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