Sania Mirza joins hands with, crowdfunding to aid oxygen cylinders to COVID patients

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The crowdfunded amount will be donated to Hemkunt Foundation with an aim to support their ‘O2 For You’ initiative

Tennis ace Sania Mirza has collaborated with to raise funds for aiding COVID patients with oxygen cylinders. The crowdfunded amount will be donated to Hemkunt Foundation with an aim to support their ‘O2 For You’ initiative. The foundation is working round the clock to procure and provide free oxygen cylinders to COVID-19 patients across the country.

Commenting on the fundraiser, Sania Mirza said, “India is gasping for breath in the second wave of COVID-19. The situation of despair unfolding on the streets and outside hospitals is absolutely heart-wrenching. Caregivers continue to struggle for getting hospital beds, oxygen or life-saving expensive COVID drugs. I comprehend people’s pain and the emotions that a family goes through during these testing times. As a result, I have decided to partner with and started a fundraiser with an aim to provide oxygen cylinders to COVID-19 patients and support them to fight against this deadly virus.”

She added, “I appeal to all of you to join my mission, to help India breathe. Let us raise funds to support the Hemkunt Foundation, which is working relentlessly to provide medical oxygen to COVID-positive patients. Remember, it doesn’t matter how big or small the donation is because every single rupee counts! Come, let’s help India breathe!”

Commenting on the partnership, Varun Sheth, CEO and Co-founder,, said, “We are delighted to collaborate with Sania Mirza for her philanthropic endeavour to support Hemkunt Foundation. The initiative will help us to provide more oxygen cylinders to the COVID patients and save as many as lives possible. At Ketto, we are constantly working towards bridging the accessibility and affordability gap. Since the past two weeks, Ketto has hosted over 2,500 COVID-relief campaigns of which 30 per cent have been for oxygen and COVID care supplies. So far, we have raised around Rs 100 crore pertaining to COVID-relief campaigns. We totally look forward to working with Sania and assisting her in her noble endeavour.”

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