Harbhajan Singh is continuing his relentless efforts to support the society in fight against the novel coronavirus pandemic. In an innovative bid, the star cricketer is inspiring thousands of his fans to contribute personal protection equipment (PPE) kits for corona-warriors.
The trick has worked and Harbhajan has already dispatched the first consignment for the Guru Nanak Hospital in Mumbai.
“Happy to inform you that a large number of top grade PPE kits are leaving the factory in Bhiwandi for the Guru Nanak Hospital in Mumbai,” the Turbanator has revealed on his Instagram account with an image of the consignment ready for dispatch. Thanking his fans for generous support, the veteran cricketer has also urged people to support the novel cause.
Fans willing to join Harbhajan’s determined bid to support corona-warriors can CLICK HERE to make their contributions.
Each PPE kit for medical staff consists of one laminated and waterproof coverall , nitrile gloves, goggles, face shields, 3-ply surgical masks and shoe covers and costs ₹ 650 net.
Harbhajan, who has himself been supporting the needy in this hour of crisis, is also obliging his fans for their contribution to the cause. There are lucrative packages for donors. Those offering 100 or more kits will get a video call with the legendary off-spinner. Donations between 25 and 99 kits get a recorded video and for contribution up to 24 kits he will make a mention on social media post.
Harbhajan’s team is taking care of delivering the kits to the hospitals on behalf of his fans.