Mangalore Round Table hands over Covid safety kits to police commissioner

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Mangaluru, Sep 16: To show appreciation and support to police in helping break the chain of covid, Mangalore Round Table - 115 (MRT-115) & Mangalore Ladies Circle - 82 (MLC-82) handed over covid safety kits to city police commissioner N Shashi Kumar.

These covid kits consisted of 300 safety goggles which can be worn over existing spectacles, 300 masks, 15 premium masks,16 face shields, 25 hand sanitizers, & 16 packets of wet facial wipes. This was handed over by MRT 115 Chairman Tr Royster D'Souza and MLC 82 chairperson Cr Jennifer Fernandes.

Mangalore - 115 (MRT-115) is a part of Round Table India (RTI). Round Table is a non-political and non-sectarian organization of young men in the age group of 18 and 40. Round Table is an international movement created to promote Service through Fellowship is spread across 52 countries consisting of around 35,000 Tablers.

Mangalore Ladies Circle - 82 (MLC-82) is part of Ladies Circle India (LCI) and consists of the wives of Tablers. They undertake School toilet block construction, sanitary napkin vending and disposal machines for sanitation at schools. They also focus on projects which enable women to become financially independent.

In the past MRT-115 and MLC-82 have contributed towards the school fees for children, provided grocery kits to the needy during the recent lock down, free home delivery of food to covid patients, built classrooms and toilet blocks in govt schools, donated furniture and renovated classrooms in govt schools.




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