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WorldWide DMC Lends a Helping Hand to Those Adversely Affected by Covid-19 Crisis.

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Worldwide DMC, a UK based B2B Destination Management Company, in coordination with local police and administrative authorities recently handed out over 650 bags of non-perishable food items, to the families that include daily wage earners and underprivliaged facing adverse times due to covid-19 crisis. These bags were filled with food supplies enough to last a week for a family of four.

Lead by Mr Anuj Kumar, MD, Worldwide DMC, the team got together to make their contributions for this initiative. Due to the prevailing circumstances, the team was given an option to donate any amount that they wished to donate from their next salary. The total amount contributed by the team was matched by Mr. Kumar, in addition to the personal donation made by him.

The Food Bags Distribution was carried out at various locations like Delhi, Noida, Agra, Mumbai, Aurangabad and Hyderabad. More such food distribution activities are being planned in coming days.

Mr. Anuj Kumar, Managing Director Worldwide DMC

“I am extremely happy and proud that the entire global team of Worldwide DMC has taken a collective step and have come forward to stand beside the people who are adversely affected due to COVID19 pandemic in India. They have contributed financially and have used their personal vehicles to go out and distribute close to 650 bags of nonperishable food item to vulnerable families in various cities in the country. The food bags were personally handed over to many construction workers, daily wage workers, rikshaw pullers, homeless individuals, rag pickers and those who have no or very limited resources to tide through these unfortunate times of crisis

“My special thanks go to all my team members, the local police & city administrative authorities who have accumulatively made this distribution of food to reach the real needy possible.

“Helping the needy is just the first and the humblest step one can take. On behalf of Worldwide DMC, we request all our fellow travel industry friends to support this noble cause by giving a helping hand to the society at this time of uncertainty. This also forms a part of our Corporate Social Responsibility in these trying times. I am sure that together we will fight and beat the deadly virus out of this planet”.  Mr. Anuj Kumar, Managing Director Worldwide DMC

Team Members who personally went out for distribution of food packets,

  • Mr. Akhil Goel,
  • Mr. Swapnil Chobe
  • Mr. Vish Singh
  • Miss Anshika Garg
  • Mr. Anjani Kumar,
  • Mr. Kiran Inuganti.

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