Where there's a will there's a way. - William Hazlitt
Please call-check with local old-age homes, orphanages or hospitals in your city if they need dry rations.— Vikas Khanna (@TheVikasKhanna) April 23, 2020
We are creating a supply chain to help them as much as we can. ❤
Forward info to [email protected]
What is he doing, you ask? Well, in these difficult times, he is going out of his way and organising rations for old age homes and orphanages in India.
As of now, Mr Khanna has donated 2.5 million meals across 75 cities in our country. Truly inspiring!
Thankful to @NDRFHQ @satyaprad1 for the Heroes of National Disaster Response Force appreciate the exemplary work & support done by dearest @TheVikasKhanna Kudos! you have stood rock solid for the needy during troubled times pic.twitter.com/1wRahXi7Ol— Asif Bhamla (@Asifbhamlaa) May 4, 2020
India Gate Foods also partnered with Vikas Khanna for the initiative to distribute rations across the country.
We just concluded a donation drive with @vikaskhannagroup to help over 250 families struggling for daily meals. We were able to accumulate 1250 Kg of Rice, 1000 Kg of Aata and 500 Kg of Pulses. These packets were distributed with the help of @NDRFHQ.#UmmeedHainHum pic.twitter.com/f9IKfzuapE— India Gate Foods (@IndiaGateFoods) May 2, 2020
Dear All.— Vikas Khanna (@TheVikasKhanna) May 4, 2020
We are equipping ourselves with Dry Ration Distributions for BIHAR right now.
I’ve added NGOS who r feeding souls suggested by you ❤️
Pls chk ur neighbourhood Orphanages and Old-Age Homes if they need any rations. [email protected]@NDRFHQ @Sanjay97odisha @satyaprad1 pic.twitter.com/cE5nCB8b3d
Later, someone again approached him on the phone saying that people in an old age home need money for survival but he was duped and that's when he realized that he should take on the responsibility himself, instead of relying on others.
I am personally buying stuff and with the help of National Disaster Response Force the food is being distributed at various cities and remote areas.
Undoubtely, his selfless deed caught the internet's attention who appreciated him for helping the people of his country:
Born to fly high🙏— OM KRISHAN AGGARWAL (@omkrishanagg) May 4, 2020
Great job Vikas Ji... 👏👏👏— घेई छंद...मकरंद (@Getmax2) May 4, 2020
God bless you Khanna ji !!— Ravinder Kapoor (@jewelkapur) April 26, 2020
What a beautiful gesture! Vikas has proven to us that a real hero is someone who wants to make this world a better place for all the people.