In spite of owning different businesses, Rakesh Rajdev contributes his time, money, and effort to the field of social welfare. He leaves many people spellbound with his social welfare activities.
India has recently topped the list of countries with the highest population in the world. Additionally, India is a diversified country, with many Union territories and states.
Even though there are more people living in the country, many still suffer from poverty. Through the NGO he runs namely Kanuda Mitra Mandal, Rakesh Bhai Rajdev supports people and families who find it hard to satisfy their basic needs in life.
Due to many unavoidable circumstances, many families and individuals find it difficult to feed their stomachs. Their voices in society are usually unheard, but Rakesh has heard these voices and supported them in many ways.
Rakesh Bhai Rajdev’s social works include:
Rakesh Bhai Rajdev has been providing financial assistance to deserving students for many years now. He believes that increasing literacy rates are crucial to the development of the country. In spite of his sadness, he supported many students’ education in many ways due to the increasing illiteracy rate in society. Many students study well but have a big dream to stop studying because of poverty.
His best support to the students is the education kits. He provided school bags, notebooks, water bottles, lunch boxes, and other necessary stationery items. He also provided food packages to the deserving students.
As a consequence of the lockdown during the pandemic, many people suffered from hunger issues. Rakesh Rajdev understood this and took an effective step at the right time. He sent food packages by train to nearby villages every day. To help people survive during the pandemic, he offered food packages, groceries, and other necessities.
Rakesh Bhai Rajdev was extremely meticulous when packing these items, going the extra mile to ensure they would be hygienic and restrict any chance of the COVID virus spreading. Everything was carefully packed and sanitized for safe arrival in people’s hands. Reaching a wide audience, 34 trains were deployed. As lockdown restrictions eased, Rakesh also paid visits to nearby villages with the purpose of providing encouragement and instilling hope.
His support allowed hospitals and medical centers to continue to provide care to patients as usual. In order to continue offering treatment to patients, he offered beds, testing kits, sanitizing kits and other medical equipment to many medical centers that were out of stock.
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