Donate essential food supplies to the victims of Cyclone Fani through Seva Kitchen.

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Cyclone Fani is recorded as the worst storm that has hit the country since the 1999 storm. On May 3rd, 2019 the cyclone made a major landfall in the Odisha coast and is rapidly moving towards West Bengal, affecting 11 Lakh lives. Support Seva Kitchen provide essential food supplies to the victims of the cyclone.

CYCLONE FANI IS THE WORST CYCLONE STORM RECORDED IN THE PAST 20 YEARS

During the early hours of 3rd May 2019 CYCLONE FANI has caused a huge landfall, in Odisha, between Gopalpur and Chandbali, leaving a trail of destruction along northeast coasts of the country.

IT  CAUSED A MAJOR LANDFALL IN ODISHA AFFECTING ABOUT 11 LAKH LIVES 

Coastal regions of Odisha including Ganjam, Gajapati, Khurda, Puri, Jajapur and Balasore are likely to be impacted. In West Bengal, it will affect east and West Medinipur, south and north 24 Parganas, Howrah, Hooghly, Jhargram districts and Kolkata.

OVER A MILLION PEOPLE HAVE BEEN EVACUATED FROM THEIR HOMES

With torrential rains and wind speeds as high as 200 kmph, the cyclone has uprooted trees, flattened crops and damaged homes, power and communication infrastructure and all life has come to a standstill.

HELP US PROVIDE FOOD SUPPLIES TO VICTIMS  WHO ARE NOW IN DIRE NEED

We are on the ground. As per the initial assessment, there is a dire need for dry ration like Rice and Dal.

Please donate a few of these items. It'll mean a lot to the people who've been affected by this tragedy. It'll help them survive until they can get back on their feet.

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The idea of calling it Seva Kitchen, came with some deliberation. The name , quite literally, draws on the traditional value of selfless giving - a desire to serve or doing Seva. Although we started off by making meals accessible to relatives of patients in hospital, the term Seva Kitchen continues to cover a broader ambit of addressing hunger needs. Towards this guiding principle is the belief that every kitchen, in every town, village or city is a Seva Kitchen. The provider of succor to those who are hungry, because every meal counts!

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