The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed us to the extreme. There are various people and companies that went above and beyond to do their bit. Below are a few people and companies who are saluted for their duties during these challenging times and have helped society through their work. 1. Smiles Foundation ( Dr Uma Dhiraj Ahuja) Smiles Foundation ( Dr Uma Dhiraj Ahuja) When the world is fighting a war against Covid, being compassionate is the need. True to its name, Smiles Foundation has been distributing essential supplies, foodgrains and cooked food packets to 500 people every day and served 1,40,000 families in the past 14 months. Smiles Foundation has initiated 8 ambulances services for the needy since last year's lockdown and commenced oxygen cylinders free Seva along with CBD Gurudwara and also gave cylinders to other Gurudwaras in Navi Mumbai. Smiles Foundation member Dhiraj Ahuja said, "We can only heal the world with a heart of love, the voice of compassion and act of kindness. In the last 14 months of Pandemic, we have reached out to the needy and shall continue our work of spreading smiles to the underprivileged sections of our society. We thank Navi Mumbai police… Read full this story
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