Seva Kitchens "Neki Ki Potli" to support Cancer Patients and their Families

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As long as there is pain, suffering, and hunger there is scope for kindness, compassion, and generosity. The Tata Memorial Cancer Hospital at Parel, Mumbai has been a beacon of hope since 1941 for cancer treatment for patients from all over India. While the sick are treated with care in the hospital, little do people realize what the relatives/caregivers are going through, especially those who come from distant places.

As long as there is pain, suffering, and hunger there is scope for kindness, compassion, and generosity.

The Tata Memorial Cancer Hospital at Parel, Mumbai has been a beacon of hope since 1941 for cancer treatment for patients from all over India. While the sick are treated with care in the hospital, little do people realize what the relatives/caregivers are going through, especially those who come from distant places. These people have to go through tremendous financial hardships. There are a number of free accommodations available in the vicinity where the relatives can stay during the course of the treatment. Nonetheless, they have little money left to fend for their own food. At such a time, the Seva Kitchen has come up with a novel idea of providing a kit of raw cereals and pulses which can be cooked and consumed by the relatives of cancer-ridden patients. It is called Neki ki Potli.

Each kit can contain Oil, Tea, Turmeric Powder, Red Chilli Powder, Jaggery, Chana Dal, Moong Dal, Poha, Rava, Sabudana, Tur Dal, Sugar, Rai, Groundnuts, Rice, Besan, Wheat flour, Dhaniya Powder and Jeera Powder. This Neki Ki Potli can sustain a family of 3 for a few days. You can buy the entire kit or anything as per your budget. These kits will be delivered by out Volunteers at Tata Memorial Hospital Mumbai.

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About Seva Kitchen

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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