The TV star has shared a heartfelt video urging fans to step in and lend their support to the Covid-affected
Karan Kundrra is among the latest B-Towners who’ve come forward to help out people during this ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. He has joined hands with an NGO to help people suffering from Covid with wellness kits, oxygen cylinders, and even medicines related to Covid-19. Now, Karan has put forth a video urging his fans and followers to come forward and donate as much as possible to help people in need during these striving times.
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Taking to his social media, Karan Kundrra says, “We all are going through these troubled times of the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. Every one of us has been affected by it, directly or indirectly. In such times, we have to stand together with each other and help as much as possible. I have done my bit by donating to Uday Foundation to help people in need. They’re trying to procure and donate wellness kits, oximeters, oxygen cylinders and Covid-medicines for people in need, who can’t afford them. I urge you all to come forward and contribute as much as possible. No donation is a small donation. We all are in this together, and if we stand together, we shall come of this pandemic much stronger as a nation. Stay home. Stay safe.”
A few days back, Karan Kundrra had spoken up about what prompted him to join hands and donate during this second wave of Covid-19. Karan added, “As soon as we got to find out about the Uday Foundation, and we found out that they were really legit and that’s when I went ahead and did a contribution. A lot of my family members are in the medical field and they’ve already been helping out in shipping oxygen cylinders/concentrators and other things. Whatever we can and whatever our resources allow, we are trying to do. Also, we also have a social media base, where we can actually send across information to people. That way, we are trying to ensure that the right people can be connected. Someone who is in need and someone who is available to help out can be brought together.”
Karan Kundrra’s contribution is going towards the procurement of wellness kits, medicines for Covid patients, and for distribution of oximeters.