APON Foundations services for COVID-19 VictimsJune 19, 2020
APON already provided following services among the COVID-19 Victims:
|1.||We have provided food packages among 845 families||Dhaka, Kurigram, Shayamnagar, Satkhira|
|2.||We have given masks and hand sanitizer among 400 families||Dhaka and Shayamnagar, Satkhira|
|3.||We have made aware about 400 community people||Dhaka and Shayamnagar, Satkhira|
|4.||We have provided cash to 65 families||Dhaka and Kurigram|
APON Foundation has distributed 150 food packagesApril 15, 2020
APON Foundation has distributed 150 food packages (The package including Rice-4 Kg. Oil -1 liter, Dal-1kg, Potato -2kg, Salt-1kg, Onion-1kg, Dates, soap bars) among the destitute families in Rayer Bazar and Gulshan Jhilpar Slum on 15 April 2020.
Through the distribution program APON managed to reach out to approximately 650 members of the country’s most vulnerable communities. Before the event, APON had distributed ‘donation tokens to its students to ensure the orderly distribution of the food packages while maintaining government rules relating to social distancing.
APON Foundation distribute food packages to 230 COVID-19 victims familiesApril 04, 2020
The families are from different slums located in Rayer Bazar, Gulshan Jhilpar and Uttara No 8 Sector Rail gate. The recipients of the food packages were APON School students and their parents, most of whom work as rickshaw pullers, day labourers and domestic maids in the capital city, but are now struggling to make ends meet because of movement restrictions.
The packages distributed include 5kg rice, 1-liter oil, 1kg lentils, 2kg potatoes, 1kg salt, 1kg onion, soap bars and masks. The relief materials are expected to provide for a 4-5-member family for at least a week.
APON reached out to approximately one thousand members of the country’s most vulnerable communities through this distribution. Prior to the event, APON had distributed 'donation tokens' to its students to ensure orderly distribution of the food packages while maintaining government rules relating to social distancing.
M Asraf Uddin, assistant professor at Jagannath University and member of APON’s governing council was present at the distribution program. Asraf Uddin said that despite the quarantine restrictions, hunger was forcing the needy to come out into the streets. “Today’s program should be continued regularly in order to keep these people at home and to ensure safety of the entire community,” he said.
Earlier the Foundation set up an emergency assistance program to help its regular students and their family members. Member of the public can donate to the Foundation through bank at
Acc no - 140-152-1946001,
City Bank Ltd, Progoti Sharani Branch, Dhaka-1212;
or through mobile finance services at bKash: 01711054701. APON website.