Charity initiatives of various apparel manufacturers during this unprecedented time of pandemic are continuously growing.
Pratibha Syntex, who has taken many such initiatives during the last 4 months of lockdown, has now come forward to support rural residents. The company is creating awareness among the rural people to use masks in addition to providing the masks free of cost.
Indore-based Pratibha Syntex is a leading Indian apparel exporter known for its several sustainable initiatives.
The company recently distributed 10,000 masks in the remote villages. The Ekal Gramotthan foundation is associated with the company in this noble cause. This initiative was executed under the guidance of Shiv Kumar Chaudhary, Chairman of the company.
“This is a time to stand as a united front against this invisible force we all are fighting against,” says Shiv Kumar Chaudhary who is actively involved with Vanbandhu Parishad and Ekal Abhiyan. He had donated 5 acres of land to the Ekal Gramotthan Foundation to aid his support to various social initiatives in village Karahi.
Prior to this, under the leadership of its MD, Shreyaskar Chaudhary, the company had undertaken several initiatives to aid common people especially migrant workers and labourers by providing them with food, safety equipment and garments.