Hero Group contributes Rs 100 crore towards COVID-19 relief efforts

    In addition to this, the Hero Group will distribute masks, sanitiser, gloves, 100 ventilators, and more than 10,000 meals every day.

    Published On Mar 31, 2020 10:50:00 AM


    Hero Group contributes Rs 100 crore towards COVID-19 relief efforts

    The Hero Group has announced that it will contribute Rs 100 Crore as aid for the ongoing COVID-19 relief efforts in India. Half of this sum, Rs 50 Crore, will be contributed to the PM CARES Fund and the remaining Rs 50 crore will be spent in other relief efforts.

    Distribution of masks, sanitisers, gloves and 100 ventilators will also be undertaken by the company. In addition to this, Hero has promised to distribute more than 10,000 meals every day and is offering to deploy modified motorcycles as two-wheeler ambulances in rural areas.

    The Hero Group (BML Munjal family) companies contributing to this fund include Hero MotoCorp, Hero FinCorp, Hero Future Energies, Rockman Industries and Hero Electronix. Hero Enterprise and AG Industries have also contributed to this fund.

    Dr Pawan Munjal said, “Our country, and indeed the entire world, is currently facing an unprecedented challenge in the form of COVID-19. In such critical times, it is of utmost importance and urgency that we all come together and support the marginalised sections of the society, along with those who are in dire conditions. I also urge the citizens of our country to support the Hon’ble Prime Minister and local authorities by staying home and help in stopping the spread of the pandemic coronavirus.”

    Also see:

    TVS announces Rs 30 crore package to tackle COVID-19

    Bajaj Group announces Rs 100 crore COVID-19 relief package

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