Vivek Oberoi extended a helping hand during the Corona period, donated 25 lakhs in fundraiser

Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi usually stands to assist the needy and he actively participates in all social works. He has come ahead to assist even in this troublesome time of (*25*) Pandemic. Now Vivek Oberoi has contributed to the fundraiser to assist the (*25*) victims.

Vivek Oberoi’s initiative I Am Oxygen Man with Dr. Vivek Bindra is presently in the information. People from in every single place are contributing to assist the corona victims. Vivek Oberoi himself has donated Rs 25 lakh in this.

Vivek Oberoi takes one other noble step, will present meals to three,000 kids battling most cancers
Recently during an occasion for I Am Oxygen Man, Dr. Vivek Bindra revealed how beneficiant Vivek Oberoi is and contributed Rs 25 lakhs with out informing anybody. Vivek Oberoi is leaving no stone unturned to make sure that all these affected by COVID-19 get correct medical consideration in this second wave. This initiative of I Am Oxygen Man has established and operated a 200 bedded free COVID hospital in Delhi which has already saved over 1000 lives.

Vivek Oberoi together with Dr Vivek Bindra is making an attempt to make sure that India stays totally medically geared up for the third wave of COVID-19. Apart from the I Am Oxygen Man initiative, Vivek Oberoi has sponsored a whole lot of free coronary heart surgical procedures for underprivileged kids. He has saved greater than 2.5 lakh underprivileged kids from most cancers. He has rescued greater than 2200 little women from little one prostitution, of whom greater than 50 are finding out overseas on scholarship in the present day.

Vivek Oberoi is large hearted, donated the total earnings of the first film ‘Company’
Let us inform you that Vivek Oberoi donated the total earnings of his first movie ‘Company’ to the therapy of a woman. He had borne the total price of the woman’s coronary heart surgical procedure. Vivek Oberoi is working with Cancer Patients Aid Association to feed 3000 underprivileged kids battling most cancers.

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