The 6.5 million masks donated by Guru Nanda will be used to help charities and nonprofits in their efforts to protect frontline workers, patients and large communities.
An Indian-American-owned California company donated 6.5 million masks to various charities and nonprofits across the country to support them in their efforts to protect frontline workers and large communities during the current COVID-19 crisis.
Guru Nanda, a manufacturer of premium farm-to-home aromatherapy and other health and wellness products, also donated a total of 163,128 sets of toothpaste and toothbrushes to the organizations, a press release said on Monday.
The 6.5 million masks donated by Guru Nanda will be used to assist charities and nonprofits in their efforts to protect frontline workers, other staff and families, patients and patients. broader communities they are supporting during the current COVID-19 crisis, he said.
“It is incumbent on all of us as individuals, businesses and citizens of the world to do whatever we can to help stop the spread of COVID-19,” said Puneet Nanda, founder of Guru Nanda.
“As a long-time manufacturing company in Southern California, at Guru Nanda we have the means to supply massive quantities of masks, and we are proud to work with so many esteemed charitable partners to deliver them to those who need it most, ”he said.
Donation recipients include the San Antonio Hospital Foundation in Upland, California; Localheartsfoundation.org; Feedthechildren.org, based in Oklahoma City; Social Security Works Education Fund Masks for America Project; and MedVets, a nonprofit veteran.