COVID 19: Legrand India donates 3500+ ration kits to migrant workers
West Bengal

COVID 19: Legrand India donates 3500+ ration kits to migrant workers

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Kolkata, Jun 03 : Legrand India, a global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructure has initiated supporting the migrant labourers by providing dry ration kits through Magicbus foundation and local authorities in Chennai, Maharashtra, Haridwar, Jhajjar and Jalgaon.

They have also been providing Covid-19 awareness of social distancing and sanitization to migrant workers through MagicBus Foundation. Legrand has been conducting various activities across the nation to support several communities in the battle against Covid-19.

To fight against the pandemic, Legrand India has provided Dry Ration Kit to 3550+ workers for 14 days through MagicBus Foundation in Chennai and Maharashtra & State Government Authorities in Haridwar, Jhajjar and Jalgaon and Covid-19 awareness of social distancing and sanitization to 1550 migrant workers through MagicBus Foundation in Chennai and Bhiwandi. One of the key focus areas of Legrand India is healthcare when it comes to giving back to the society. Legrand is also supporting Daily Wage Workers Welfare and Migrant Labourers by creating awareness in them on social distancing and sanitization for prevention of Covid-19.

The team has enabled support through its electrical products such as protection devices, wiring devices and UPS for hospitals and healthcare facilities countrywide. With Healthcare as focus, the company is providing PPE to doctors and medical staff in Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Delhi and Kerala to support the frontline workers in their fight against COVID-19. Speaking on the Covid-19 support, Tony Berland, Managing Director and CEO, Group Legrand India, said, “I feel proud to be a part of an organization where PEOPLE and COMMUNITY are the key focus area. As a socially responsible organisation, we at Legrand have always put health and safety at the forefront, be it for our employees or the society at large.

We saw the evolving demand for basic necessity of the migrant labourers and daily wage worker welfare. We are working with State Government across the country to bridge the disparity and deliver the need of-hour to maximum possible extent.” (UNI)

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