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In 2020, the world was turned upside down by the outbreak of Coronavirus. When the virus first hit, it was like nothing we’d seen before in our lifetime, taking hold of countries across the globe at a rapid rate before scientists even had the chance to truly understand how the virus worked.

Suddenly, there was an enormous spike in demand for medical equipment and PPE. Manufacturing couldn’t keep up with producing the vast amounts of lifesaving equipment needed to protect frontline workers and save the lives of those who’d contracted the virus and were in a critical state. The race was on to speed up the manufacturing and supply processes to distribute essential aid to people across the world.

We made it our duty to step in and help support the Covid-19 disaster relief efforts.


During the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, The Chahal Foundation donated millions of dollars in aid, as part of its disaster relief efforts.

This funding went towards N95 masks, rapid test kits, personal protective equipment, and life-saving devices such as ventilators, for hospitals across the globe.

Through this initiative, the foundation has built a solid local NGO network and a vast trusted procurement network.

Our alliance now includes 13 governments and 300 global manufacturers.

The Foundation has extended its procurement network to local state and central governments to stockpile for their own needs. We’re accelerating the manufacturing process, helping NGOs source and distribute lifesaving equipment and devices to their people.


As soon as community transmission was confirmed, The Chahal Foundation began providing testing supplies and RT-PCR kits to hospitals.

During the Delta wave in India, the Foundation donated oxygen concentrators to public hospitals, COVID-19 treatment centers and NGOs across Delhi, Gurugram, Noida, Amritsar, Ludhiana, Mohali, Bathinda and Tarn Taran.

The Foundation continues to provide COVID-19-related medication to various hospitals that are in short supply.


If you are interested in collaborating on any special COVID-19 initiative with The Chahal Foundation, please use the contact form to share your proposal.