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Zomato Kickstarts "Save My India" Campaign Amidst Covid-19

In a tweet, CEO Deepinder Goyal said that the start-up will raise Rs 50 crore in the upcoming days and that domestic donors can go to the said link to donate, following which the company will share a link for international donors on the "Feeding India" Twitter handle.

Foodtech Unicron start-up Zomato has announced that it has 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.

In a tweet, CEO Deepinder Goyal said that the start-up will raise Rs 50 crore in the upcoming days and that domestic donors can go to the said link to donate, following which the company will share a link for international donors on the "Feeding India" Twitter handle.


In case there is a gap between demand and supply, the company is willing to carry forth additional flights as well.


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