KMK Consulting Inc. recently announced that they have donated materials worth over $3,000 to local Community Health Centers (CHC) in India as part of an ongoing relief effort to help in the fight against COVID-19.
With over 50 employees at their Vadodara office, the team at KMK knew they wanted to do something to help with the worsening COVID-19 situation in India. Michael Karbachinsky, founder and President of KMK, graciously pledged to donate $3,00 to cover the cost of relief materials. Many KMK team members expressed a willingness to help support this mission, volunteering critical hours to research suppliers to deliver the materials to more rural areas of India where the need was highest.
Some of the supplies delivered included pulse oximeters, oxygen masks, various medicines to help treat symptoms of COVID-19, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for medical staff.
Thanks to the commitment of this team, KMK was able to donate life-saving medical supplies to the Community Health Center in Padra, Vadodara and to Gujarat Medical Education & Research Society (GMERS) Civil Hospital in Gotri, Vadodara.