Hyderabad: Mphasis F1 Foundation – the CSR arm of Mpasis, an Information Technology (IT) solutions provider specializing in in cloud and cognitive services, announced support of Magic Bus India Foundation to distribute 2,300 dry ration kits to 1,150 households (5,770 people) impacted by COVID-19 in India’s Bengaluru and Hyderabad regions. More than 346,200 meals, representing a months’ supply, will be provided to vulnerable families in Doddananagar, Adugodi, Viveknagar in Bengaluru and across several communities in Hyderabad.
The initiative is part of Magic Bus’ ongoing fundraising to secure 18 million meals for 57,000 vulnerable families.
Jayant Rastogi, Global CEO, Magic Bus, remarked, “We are very proud of our team, which has quickly mobilized to provide relief to communities most in need across India. We will continue to support vulnerable families by providing basic essentials and ensuring that children develop key skills to adapt to the current environment. With the support of Mphasis, we are optimistic we will achieve our goal of providing 18 million meals to 57,000 families. We cannot thank them enough for their unwavering support. “
“Mphasis is pleased to collaborate with Magic Bus, one of India’s most impactful NGOs. For more than 20 years, Magic Bus has empowered children and youth with knowledge, skills and resources to elevate from poverty and live fulfilling lives. We have been impressed with their enthusiasm, dedication, and team of committed young leaders, especially during this time of crisis”, said Nitin Rakesh, Chief Executive Officer, Mphasis.