Dr Rajesh Mehta’s Charity Shri Sai Shakti Charitable Trust founded after suffering huge loss.
Here you all need to know about Dr Mehta and his family’s good work.
Dr Rajesh Mehta runs a free clinic in Haryana for needy, not only that but he along with his family organises a community kitchen every week once.
He went through a terrible loss 31 years ago, his brother who was his inspiration passed away after an accident in 1989.
Dr Rajesh Mehta said New Indian Express that, “Deep sorrow gradually led me to believe that it was time for me to give something back to society, after all, we always work for our selves.”
Dr Rajesh Mehta’s Charity Helps Needy
His parents in 1994 came up with a trust named Shri Sai Shakti Charitable Trust aiming to focus on underprivileged children.
”Dr Rajesh Mehta said, “Since then every week we ensure that poor and needy children get a nourishing meal once a day.”
“We organise weekly community kitchens, mostly on Thursdays, for such children at Sai Mandir in Sector 13 of Hisar, he added.
They offer food to nearly 400 children between 5-15 years. The food consists of vegetables, rice, rotis, puris, a sweet dish, fruits and others having nutritional value.
Dr Rajesh Mehta with his sister Sangeeta Sethi and elder brother Naresh Mehta give away stationers to the needy children.
From Free Clinic To Conducting Community Kitchen
He is also running a homeopathic clinic to provide free services to the most needful people, which is treating around 20 patients.
Dr Rajesh Mehta said, “We have employed a woman doctor who runs this clinic located within the temple complex.’’
They get a lot of helping hand who are donating and supporting them with their initiative.
Dr Rajesh Mehta’s Charity with his family along with their initiative provided free dry ration to the people who lost their jobs during Covid-19 lockdown.
They also conduct free health and blood donations camps. He also offers stationery for the underprivileged children.
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