We are striving to
Be a Helping Hand of our Society to Eliminate Poverty and Deprivation
Mr. Rakesh Rajdev’s Motto (Owner of Kanuda Mitra Mandal)
Nobody will be left being deprived and worn out. Let’s wipe out Hunger, Redundancy, and Illiteracy from our Nation
We have undertaken the welfare of humankind by initiating a social organization. Our society has mostly middle-class and lower-middle-class people, who lead their life hands and mouth. So, to make their life more facile to provide all necessities of life, we are striving hard by running an NGO.
What we do
We have been hooking on different amazing projects from the platform of our social organization - Kanuda Mitra Mandal. With the relentless efforts of Mr. Rakesh Rajdev, we have been endeavoring the boost up students, laborers, patients, and various downtrodden people and families, especially in the outbreak of global pandemic COVID-19.
We ensured Schooling for Students
Students are the mason of our nation. But at times, poverty lay hold over the situations. To beat the illiteracy of our society and to fulfill the dreams of the students, we have provided school bags, water bottles, notebooks, and other stationery items to deserving students.
We supplied necessities to Laborers
Labore community is the most pitiful class of society. While in the pandemic, they suffer a lot. To cope with that hard time, we assisted more than 50000 laborers with food packages and sanitizing materials and assured their departure from Rajkot to their hometown. Moreover, Mr. Rakesh Rajdev has also visited their hometowns to put a sympathetic pat on them.
We provided medical assistance to Hospitals
After the emergence of the coronavirus pandemic, hospitals were jam-packed with COVID patients. So, Mr. Rakesh Rajdev has provided beds, testing kits, sanitizers, and various other medical equipment in the hospitals. Besides, with his contributions, we assured the luxury rooms for the frontlines of the nation.
We supported migrants with basic necessities
We helped over 3000 migrants through getting back to their villages, who had stuck far from their dwelling places due to lockdown. They were supported with food items and grocery packages. Moreover, their kids were provided with snacks, water bottles, and toys properly, to make their journey comfier.