Indian Community Relief Fund launches new awareness campaign.

Manama: The Indian Community Relief Fund (ICRF) in association with Pleasure Riders Bahrain organised yet another awareness campaign this Friday morning. The Awareness on Wheels campaign is to help fight emotional distress among Indian workers in Bahrain.Around 35 enthusiastic members of Pleasure Riders Bahrain visited various labour camps located in Asker this morning and briefed workers on Mental Well Being and distributed Flyers on ICRF LIFE and Flyers with Disease exposure prevention instructions as well as distributed reusable facemasks. ICRF LIFE (Listen, Involve, Foster, Engage) was formed to support individuals who are facing emotional distress and challenges. With the evident changes that the world is facing, we recognise that many of us are going through challenging times & emotional distress. Our main aim is to help and support our Indian workers fight this especially during this pandemic situation. The flag off for Awareness on Wheels was held, following COVID protocols, at the Indian Club Premises in Manama and attended by ICRF Chairman Aruldas Thomas, Indian Club President Stalin Joseph, ICRF Advisor Bhagwan Asarpota, General Secretary John Philip, Vice Chairman Dr Babu Ramachandran, Joint Secretary Pankaj Nallur, Facemask Distribution Coordinator Suresh Babu, Sunil Kumar and Nasser Manjeri. ICRF is a non-government, non-profit organization established in 1999, working under the patronage of the Ambassador of India to the Kingdom of Bahrain for the general welfare of the Indian workers in Bahrain at large. Our mission is to give a helping hand to the economically weaker section of the Indian community in Bahrain. This includes Legal Aid, Emergency Help, Community Welfare Services, Medical assistance, Counseling etc. Since its inception ICRF has supported thousands of needy families in times of distress.