Western Railway Women Welfare Organisation (WRWWO), not only provides help to railway employees and their families, but also is in the forefront when it comes to helping the weaker sections of the society. On 29th June, 2021, Tanuja Kansal - President of Western Railway Women's Welfare Organisation distributed ration kits to 84 Railway Sahayaks (Coolies) at Bandra Terminus railway station.
According to Sumit Thakur - Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, the Ration Kits were distributed to the Sahayaks of Bandra Terminus railway station. Due to the pandemic and partial lockdown, the economic condition of the Sahayaks is affected adversely, due to which they are facing a lot of hardships. As a benevolent gesture, WRWWO decided to provide assistance to the Sahayaks. The programme commenced with the welcome of Tanuja Kansal – President WRWWO by Sheela Satya Kumar, President WRWWO of Mumbai Division.