Saving lives,
saving livelihoods

 

Overview of the project

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Launched in May ‘20, Let’s Mask India (LMI) is an initiative by the RK Trust – spearheaded by Philanthropist Ramesh Shah. LMI aims at providing high-quality made-in-India face masks to the neediest and thereby providing a livelihood to the garment workers who are manufacturing these masks.

The journey thus far has been a fulfilling one; we have distributed 1,25,000 masks across 198 Municipal ward in Bangalore. We have also involved dormant garment manufacturing facilities and provided a livelihood to 1800 families of workers who are involved in making these masks.

We will be taking Let’s Mask India initiative to other cities and provide face masks to everyone in need.

Join us in our mission to provide a high-quality, made-in-India mask for everyone in need and thereby provide a livelihood to the families of garment workers.

Impact

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Volunteers At Work

Bangalore Cities Touched

Updates

Mask distribution

Let’s Mask India distribution drive in Davangere to RVS Higher Primary School, Goppenahalli, Channagiri, Davangere

Mask distribution

Let’s Mask India distribution drive in Davangere to Govt. PU College, Goppenahalli, Channagiri Taluq, Davanagere

Mask distribution

Let’s Mask India distribution drive in Davangere to Sri. Madhukeshwara High School, Hodigere, Davanagere.

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Let’s Mask India distribution drive in Davangere to Govt. High School – Kanchiganahal, Channagiri, Davangere

Let's Mask India distribution drive under Sama Foundation's Covid and Skills Project

Beneficiaries were Pourkarmikas, High-risk individuals, Anganwadi teachers, Nursing/Lactating Mothers, Children, Local Primary Healthcare Centers, and Local communities in areas operated by Sama Foundation. Yelahanka, DJ Halli, Buddha Nagar, JJR Nagar, and Sultanpalya were covered in Bangalore City.

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Let’s Mask India distribution drive at Meghwal Higher Primary Basti School, Kalandri by Ramesh Kumar Shah & Mrs. Ujwala Shah of RK Trust.

Let's Mask India Drive-by APSA (Association for Promoting Social Action)

The masks were distributed in
K.R.Puram, Jayanagar, C.V.Raman Nagar, Mahadevpura and APSA’S Residential and Skill training Centers in L.B.Shastri Nagar and Jayanagar. The beneficiaries included Children’s Collective members, women’s Self Help Group members, domestic workers, construction workers, young men & women trainees at APSA’s skill training centers, school-going children, and other urban poor community members.

Let's Mask India Team feel deeply motivated to receive letters of this kind. It keeps us wanting to continue the fight against Covid-19 by providing superior quality masks.

LMI distributed masks at CVG College

Masks distributed at CVG College, masks courtesy RK Trust’s campaign Let’s Mask India.

Mask distribution

Masks distributed by former Director (Academic) CBSE, New Delhi at Dr. BR Ambedkar High School and Sri Rajarajeshwari Public School, Heggunda. The masks were courtesy RK Trust’s campain Let’s Mask India.

Mask distribution

#LetsMaskIndia, held a mask distribution event at Nirashrithara Parihara Kendra. #LMI is an initiative of the RK Trust founded by Mr RK Shah to help protect the marginalised from Covid-19. LMI has donated over 10 Lakh mask’s. So #maskup and have a Happy & Safe Diwali.

Mask distribution

#Let’sMaskIndia, held a mask distribution event in Bengaluru Rural at Dharithree Rehabilitation Trust and The Government Higher Primary School in Heggunda


#LMI is an initiative of the RK Trust founded by Mr RK Shah to help protect the marginalised from Covid-19. LMI has donated over 10 Lakh mask’s.
So #maskup India and Help Fight Covid-19.

Mask distribution programme at Sirohi, Rajasthan, October 2020

#Let’sMaskIndia, held a mask distribution event in Sirohi, at Goely Gaon and Sirohi Sports Pavilion.
#LMI is an initiative of the RK Trust founded by Mr RK Shah to help protect the marginalised from Covid-19. LMI has donated over 10 Lakh mask’s over the last six months.
So #maskup India and Help Fight Covid-19.

LMI goes to Bengaluru International Airport

LMI has installed a no contact mask vending machine for the passengers of Kempegowda International airport. Let’s mask India has distributed more than 10 lakh masks. LMI has been the brain child of RK Shah founder of the RK Trust.

Javagal Srinath || Lets Mask India

Niranjan Mukundan || Lets Mask India

Nisha Millet || Lets Mask India

Rohan Bopanna || Lets Mask India

Sunil Joshi || Lets Mask India

Dr P. Jagannath, Chairman, Department of Surgical Oncology, Lilavati Hospital and Research Centre endorses RK Trust’s flagship programme “Lets Mask India”. Mr.RK Shah founder of The RK Trust has donated over 10 lakh masks in the fight against COVID-19. Mr.Shah is determined to raise awareness and to ensure that the marginalized have access to masks .

Dr P. Jagannath is a highly accomplished doctor and well renowned in the medical field. He performed the first bone marrow transplant in India.

Lets Mask India is an Initiative started by Mr. RK Shah, Founder of the
RK Trust. Lets Mask India has been created to help the marginalized gain
easy access to life saving masks . Lets Mask India has donated over 10
Lakh masks all over India. Mr. RK Shah recently pledged to give every
resident of Kalandri, Rajasthan a Mask.

Let’s Mask India goes to Kalandri

The RK Trust’s Flagship programme “Lets Mask India” held a mask distribution event on the 16th of September 2020, at Kalandri, Rajasthan. Mr. RK Shah founder of The RK Trust pledged to give one mask to every resident in Kalandri, Rajasthan, Mr. Shah’s home town. This initiative comes after the successful mask distribution programme where over 10 lakh masks were distributed all over India. The event was graced by the presence of Superintendent of Police, Pooja Awana, Sirohi District. The Superintendent of Police said that “There is no higher religion than human service” and  “That charity is the ultimate virtue” while encouraging the residents to maintain social distancing and to wash their hands frequently.