Mohali-based firm starts online portal for needy : The Tribune India

Mohali-based firm starts online portal for needy

Mohali-based firm starts online portal for needy


Mohali, May 2

A Mohali-based MNC has set up a website, citywoofer.com, which would act as a holistic ready-reckoner for any type of information that a needy resident of the tricity might require in such difficult times.

Sumeet Soni, founder and CEO, ZapBuild, said, “In this unprecedented situation a large section of our community has come up with different ways to serve our less privileged brothers and sisters.”

“A lot of good work is done, but there has to be a one-stop source of information regarding NGOs and other aspects connected with Covid-19 services,” he added.

“Citywoofer’s helpline will be one-stop digital shop. Apart from tricity, NGOs of Ludhiana are listed on the site. Soon, more NGOs of Punjab are going to be added to the list. NGOs, who want to join Citywoofer helpline, should contact 9201010196 or email at hello@CityWoofer.com,” he said.

“The rationale of unveiling a platform is to share some important aspects related to help being provided to the needy to mitigate the impact of Covid-19 and inputs, which will help community stay safe and informed,” he added. — TNS

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