Nita Ambani meets flood-affected families in Kerala
Wealth is one of the greatest gifts but not many have the kind gesture to share their value with a larger society. Nita Ambani always showed her values of sharing her big fortune for the needy. Being part of the most influential family, she has been a philanthropist from a very young age.
The Reliance founder chairperson Nita Ambani once again brought her philanthropy movement. She has visited the flood relief camp in Kerala operated at NTPC pump house in Alappuzha on Thursday and interacted with families staying over there.
Kerala has become an example for the world by bringing all the people together and supporting each other during the devastating floods. Said Nita Ambani
While interacting with the journalists, she appreciated the outstanding work the fishermen had done for the flood-affected people. And she always enjoyed the beauty of the state and also enjoyed being with the wonderful people around.
Nita after seeing the pictures children hold of their previous home. It is essential to join hands together and do our bit, especially for the flood-affected children. Let us together get them back to the schools and have their own home.
The Reliance Foundation is helping whatever way possible. The group have handed over a cheque of Rs 21 crore to the chief minister directly for the relief fund and have been distributing relief material word RS 50 crore, which includes dry groceries, medicines, apparels, shoes and study material. The Reliance group have also extended committed support in rebuilding Kerala, especially rebuilding schools and institutions.