The victims of the Chennai flooding in southern India have been a major cause for concern for those involved in charitable giving across the Indian sub-continent. Telugu Mirchi reports the IIFA Uvastam awards ceremony was not held purely to honor the accomplishments of film professionals in India, but also to benefit the victims of the devastating floods that have caused major issues for the people of Chennai. QNet Chairman Richard Zinkiewicz made the announcement at the awards ceremony as he explained the importance of helping others to his globally recognized company.
QNet has operated since it was established in 1998 under the philosophy of Raise Yourself To Help Mankind, better known as RYTHM. Co-founder Joseph Bismark has been a major supporter and guide to the RYTHM foundation, which he sees as reflecting the spiritual beliefs of himself and fellow QNet founder Vijay Eswaran. There have been a number of global programs that have benefited from the good works of QNet, including a number of educational programs designed to provide underprivileged young people with the chance to better themselves with a high quality education.
The QNet group has been a major source of support for the people of Chennai in their fight to recover from the flooding that has left them struggling to survive. Many flooding victims have already benefited from the charitable works of QNet in the form of the hundreds of disaster relief kits that have been distributed to families left stranded by the rising waters. The latest donation was made by QNet as part of the Be1for Chennai fund at the IIFA awards and will be used as part of the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.
One of QNet’s top products is a water filtration system which they donated to the flood victims and relate to the Flint water crisis as well.
— QNET (@QNetOfficial) February 19, 2016