Many community groups on Facebook and WhatsApp are helping people during this time of crisis. We have explained some of these below:
Humankind Global on Facebook
On facebook Humankind global The KA group is working to connect people seeking help with people providing help. The networking circle of this group is all over India, which means that users from any part of the country can post and seek help in this group.
World Maratha Organization on Facebook
On Facebook World Maratha Organization The group is working to provide medical support such as blood and plasma donation or any support related to hospital support. People of this group are spread across Maharashtra and users can also request help via email at [email protected] This is a private group on Facebook and users must first request to join this group.
Network Capital on WhatsApp
WhatsApp On Network Capital Group 24×7 is helping with dedicated volunteers. This group is providing people with mental health resources, COVID-19 resource support and job support with free advice. It is a private (private) group and its network is spread across metro cities with members from over 100 countries.
Gurgaon Helpline and Gurgaon Food Freak Platform on Facebook
On Facebook Gurgaon Helpline And Gurgaon Food Freak Platforms are such groups, which are providing each other with information related to free and empty beds, medicines, plasma, doctors etc. in the hospital. among these Gurgaon Food Freak The people present in the group are working to provide homemade food to the families living in quarantine. Both these groups are private and are helping the people of Khas Gurgaon.
Powai Women Networking on Facebook
This group Is being led by women who are mostly based in Mumbai, but they are also providing support in places like Delhi, Bangalore, Jaipur, Indore, Lucknow as well as Singapore, Bangkok etc. Medical support, vocational assistance, pregnancy, children’s welfare and women’s problems and financial problems are also being supported in this group.
Apart from Facebook, Twitter is also a good place for people to get help in hospital beds, plasma and medical supplies.