Sunny Leone Donates 10,000 Meals To Delhi Migrant Workers; Jacqueline Distributes Meals In Mumbai

Sunny Leone Jacqueline Fernandez
by Suchismita Pal
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As India is gripped by the devastating second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, many prominent personalities have come forward to assist thousands of people in need. Actor Sonu Sood has launched a portal and a charity foundation to help patients with oxygen, doctor consultations and COVID testing. Chef Saransh Goila has set up a platform to assist quarantined patients with COVID meals. Now, two actresses, Sunny Leone and Jacqueline Fernandez have also stepped up to fight against the crisis. Sunny Leone has partnered with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) to provide food to 10,000 migrant workers in Delhi. Jacqueline launched the You Only Live Once ( YOLO) Foundation to help people amid the pandemic by joining hands with various NGOs.

Sunny Leone Jacqueline Fernandez

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Sunny Leone Donates 10,000 Meals To Migrant Workers

Actress Sunny Leone, who was titled PETA India’s Person of the Year in 2016 has now teamed up with the organisation to donate 10,000 meals to migrant workers in Delhi. According to the Free Press Journal report, Sunny has said, “We are facing a crisis, but together with compassion and solidarity we will come out ahead. I’m delighted to join hands with PETA India again — this time to get protein-packed vegan meals to thousands in need.” Earlier, the actress had taken part in several campaigns of the organisation to support vegeterian diet, vegan fashion, adoption of cats and dogs, etc.

Sunny Leone Jacqueline Fernandez

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Jacqueline Fernandez Launches Foundation, Distributes Meals To The Needy

Jacqueline Fernandez has recently launched the You Only Live Once (YOLO) Foundation to “create and share stories of kindness”. She visited an NGO in Mumbai where she helped in cooking and distributing meals to the people. Taking to her Instagram handle, Jacqueline wrote, “Mother Teresa once said, ‘Peace begins when the hungry are fed.’ I was truly humbled and inspired to visit Mumbai @rotibankfdn today, which is run by former Mumbai police commissioner Mr. D Sivanandan. Roti Bank has prepared and distributed meals to millions of hungry people till date, even during the pandemic. They are the perfect example of what #kindnessbrigade aspires to do and I am honoured to be of help to them during these times.” Meanwhile, you can Eat A Cake To Contribute Towards COVID-19 In India By Ordering From These Bakeries.

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Through these kind deeds, the actresses have proved that they are not only onscreen celebrities but are heroines in real life too.

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