Mangaluru: St Aloysius Institutions extend helping hand to fight COVID-19


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Mangaluru, Apr 15: COVID-19 has derailed the lives of the people and fear has gripped every one concerning their safety. Most affected are those who are economically weak and unable to afford even the masks to protect themselves against the deadly virus. St Aloysius Institution is lending a helping hand by actively joining hands with the district administration in the fight against the pandemic. A beacon of light on the Light House Hill is indeed shining and trying to ward off the darkness of the pandemic.

Face masks are stitched at St Aloysius Industrial Institution with the active involvement of students and staff of Sewing Technology trade. The masks would be handed over to the district administration who would then distribute it to the needy. As the lockdown is being observed to curb the spread of coronavirus, the lives of daily wage workers and migrant workers have become miserable. Without work and earnings, they have been struggling to acquire even a single meal per day. St Aloysius has plunged into action and actively involved in distributing provisions to the migrant workers in the city. The institution is also distributing provisions to the families of the underprivileged students of St Aloysius Institutions. The students who need food provisions are requested to contact the institution. The institution is hoping to support as many as underprivileged families as possible and provide them with the strength and hope to tide over the pandemic.

 

  

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