The Karma Group partakes in Goa Humanitarian Helpline Food Distribution Initiative
Last Saturday May 9th, a team of volunteers from our Indian resorts joined the Goa Humanitarian Helpline group to feed over 600 migrants taking refuge locally who have been deeply impacted by the current health crisis.Goa Humanitarian Helpline is a citizens’ charity organization operated by volunteers. The purpose of the Food Distribution Initiative was to donate and distribute food to these migrants, most of whom typically work in the beach shacks, restaurants and markets around Colva beach.
Says General Manager, Goa, George Lobo: ‘It was overwhelming to see so many people in need of food and provisions.’
Just some of the items the Karma Group contributed included essentials like rice, pulses, wheat flour, cooking oil, soaps, sugar, onions, potatoes and milk powder.