Utopia India Donates 3,600 Food Kits to Migrant Workers as Part of COVID-19 Response

Utopia Marketing | May 13, 2020 | 1 min read

BENGALURU, INDIA (May 13, 2020) – Utopia India Pvt Ltd, a Bengaluru, India based subsidiary of Utopia Global, Inc., and an SAP Solution Extension partner, distributed 3,600 individual food kits, providing essential living supplies to migrant workers living in Bengaluru.

In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, Utopia Global launched a community support initiative called Utopia CARES (uCARES) focused on supporting the most severely disadvantaged individuals and families in its local communities.

“Utopia has a long history of contributing to our communities around the globe through our annual ‘Joy of Giving’ and other corporate and social responsibility initiatives. uCARES was created specifically in response to COVID-19 related challenges in our communities”, said Narinder Singh, COO at Utopia Global, Inc. “The opportunity to support migrant families in their time of need was an honor, and the very least we can do to help our neighbors,” said PN Subramanian, Global VP, HCM at Utopia Global, Inc.

In addition to supporting local community members and healthcare facilities, Utopia is also leveraging nearly two decades of data management expertise to offer health organizations complimentary data cross-referencing solutions. Powered by machine learning, these solutions accelerate the identification of critical equipment and supplies from vendors, and between hospitals, to allow for uninterrupted services and critical care.  


Pictures of the food kit distribution

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