Sachin Tendulkar, legendary cricketer and batting master blaster from India has provided financial assistance to 100 children across six states in India.
An iconic cricketer having god-like revered status in India besides being a respected batsman and more importantly, an inspirational human being off the field, Sachin Tendulkar has shown his humane side once again.
Sachin Tendulkar Gave Financial Assistance To 100 Children From Poor Families
The Master Blaster gave financial assistance to 100 children from poor and needy families in several states in the likes of Maharashtra, West Bengal, Assam, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Andhra Pradesh amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. The noble act was done by him through his foundation in partnership with another one called Ekam which also helps children’s cause by receiving treatment in government and trust hospitals.
“The association with Mr Sachin Tendulkar through his foundation has been very fruitful and Sachin has done some very good work in the healthcare space. The association has worked towards providing quality health care for the underprivileged,” Ameeta Chatterjee, Managing Partner, Ekam Foundation said.
The legendary Indian cricketer who is known for his acts has generously funded the treatment of some underprivileged children across six states in India, helping needy families who couldn’t bear the costs of their kids’ critical ailments.
Sachin Tendulkar Is Quite Active While Helping Underprivileged Children
He has been quite active when it comes to helping underprivileged children in the past or present. He also participated in a program run by UNICEF on World Children’s Day where the cricketing icon inspired children to play a key role in shaping the future of the world.
Sachin Tendulkar’s organisation is rising up the support to the children, who are suffering from critical ailments and diseases and also facing difficulties to get the required treatment.
Earlier, he came out to support Assam’s Makunda Hospital in Karimganj district with pediatric equipment. This support is expectedly to become helpful for around 2000 children every year.