Zomato’s ‘Help Save My India’ campaign to provide Oxygen concentrator

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Zomato doesn’t know how to deal with people!

Can we say so? Not sure if we can because the way has been helping people globally, be it their employees or customers; everything is remarkable.
From putting out new features to support the food industry and partnering with others in the industry to running campaigns of donation for the needy people, Zomato has put its best foot forward.
Their latest in-app feature, “Covid-19 patient’s prior delivery of food,” is something we might not have thought of.
Zomato’s CEO @Deepinder Goyal took it to Twitter to launch this feature and mentioned that 1000s of restaurant owners have agreed to participate in the campaign.
Zomato Kickstarted the “Help Save My India” Campaign today just like it did last year “Feed the daily wager” campaign.
Find the details of this campaign in the first comment. Let us know what do you think of this new initiative?

The company announced that it had kickstarted the “Help Save My India” mission through its not-for-profit arm Feeding India in association with Delhivery to source oxygen concentrators and related supplies to help hospitals and families in need. It stated that it would raise Rs. 50 crore in the upcoming days!