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Runaya extends support to communities in Rajasthan in combating COVID-19 pandemic

Runaya extends support to communities in Rajasthan in combating COVID-19 pandemic 1

Runaya, a young sustainability technology start-up in India, stands in solidarity with India’s efforts to overcome the COVID-19 crisis and has contributed Rs 6 lakh towards an NGO – Indian Foundation in Bhilwara city, Rajasthan.

The employees of the company, where women constitute over 50% of the workforce, have pledged to donate two days of their salary to aid relief measures specifically targeted at daily wage and migrant workers.

The company has also urged and encouraged their partners including Taha International, Minova International and Vaman Engineering to contribute for the noble cause.

The founders, Naivedya Agarwal and Annanya Agarwal believe that sustainable businesses are ones which also focus on sustainability of the community and the society around them. As a manufacturing startup, Runaya has stepped up to contribute to the cause in every possible way. 

Speaking on the same, the Founders Mr. Naivedya Agarwal & Mr. Annanya Agarwal said :“At Runaya, we endeavour to integrate business with our core value of Sustainability. We feel proud that all our employees and partners have contributed towards this cause.”

Mr. Anil Sharma, Founder – Indian Foundation, Bhilwara, said, “During these challenging times due to COVID – 19, Indian Foundation greatly appreciates Runaya Group’s support to combat one of the major problems during this lockdown, which is the availability of food for the needy community. Runaya Group’s invaluable support along with Indian Foundation reached out to 1000 vulnerable families at Bhilwara by providing dry ration kits to fight the pandemic. We again thank Runaya Group for their support and contribution.”

The company is extending a combined corpus of Rs 12.5 lakh which will be distributed between Indian Foundation, Bhilwara, SEWA NGO, Jharsuguda & SEHADA foundation, Jharsuguda. Runaya has covered 2000 families by contributing dry ration kits, which will serve them for a month through this initiative. They have also distributed essential ration packets for migrant labourers who are stuck in the fishing village of Nagaon in Alibaug district.

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