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These 5 NGOs provide free oxygen cylinder for COVID-19 patients in Mumbai

During this crucial time, many social organizations are supplying free oxygen respectively in the city. Here is a list of some organizations in Mumbai and suburbs that provide free oxygen cylinders to the needy:

These 5 NGOs provide free oxygen cylinder for COVID-19 patients in Mumbai
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As Mumbai grapples with the second wave of coronavirus, various groups in the city are endeavouring to help COVID-19 patients and their families with medical needs such as the supply of oxygen in hospitals as well as the need for medicines.

During this crucial time, many social organizations are supplying free oxygen respectively in the city. Here is a list of some organizations in Mumbai and suburbs that provide free oxygen cylinders to the needy:

Hemkunt Foundation:

The organization works in Mumbai and Gurgaon. It is a non-governmental organization (NGO) and was established in 2010. Community Development Director, Hartirath Singh informed in a tweet that the organization is working round the clock. This organization is supplying free oxygen cylinders to Mumbai from their Versova Gurdwara.

Contact: +91 8700013641

Email ID: hemkuntfoundation13@gmail.com

Unity and Dignity Foundation

This organization was started by Shahnawaz Sheikh, who lives in Mumbai. In the first wave of coronavirus, in 2020, the Unity and Dignity Foundation undertook the task of providing oxygen services to the needy. Currently, they are only providing free oxygen cylinders to COVID-19 patients. Shahnawaz sold his car for this work.

About 6000 cylinders have been supplied from their centre at Malvani. Shahnawaz said, "We are working 24 × 7 to provide free oxygen to the needy. They get an irregular supply of up to 50 cylinders a day from their sources in Bhiwandi.

The 32-year-old had also sold an SUV worth around INR 22 lakhs in 2020 to provide an uninterrupted supply of oxygen cylinders.

Contact: 9892012132

Seva Sahayog

The organization has centres at Ghatkopar, Thane and Navi Mumbai. Founded decades ago by Aditya Chouhan, the organization is working to provide relief to those affected by COVID-19. At present, they have stocks of 100 oxygen cylinders at each of their centres in Ghatkopar, Thane and Navi Mumbai which they are distributing.

In collaboration with Red Crescent, they are providing free oxygen services. Red Crescent has set up temporary oxygen plants in small mosques. From there, oxygen is being supplied to many places.

Contact: 9082597161

Speed Oxygen

Free oxygen services are also being provided to patients undergoing treatment at home through the organization. Vasai's Speed Company has started this project out of social sentiment. All you have to do is bring some documents.

The following documents are required:

Covid Positive Report

Aadhaar card

Doctor's letter

Contact: 9823910625/9923556483/9823202242

Email ID: speedoxygen@gmail.com

Khushiyaan Foundation 

Khushiyaan, as the name suggests 'Happiness" is committed to delivering Happiness to underprivileged humans of the society and environment. Khushiyaan Foundation is officially registered under the Mumbai Public Trust Act, 1950 & Societies Registration Act, 1860. Khushiyaan Foundation is formed by the young team under the leadership of Chinu Kwatra

Now, it has joined hands with an organization called Free Oxygen Service. Under this initiative, they have provided free oxygen to the needy.

Contact: 9619089050/7666657964/8879195215


If the oxygen cylinder is available with the organisations, they supply oxygen cylinders to the house. So you don't have to go out of the house.

In addition, if you want to help the above organizations financially, you should contact them. Give them a helping hand if possible.

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