In April 2021 the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic decimated the healthcare infrastructure in India. Time, it felt, had gone mad.
But for many of us at MAI, time has always been a little strange in the ways it slips into our lives. We made a small book about our time. You can buy the digital book on Gumroad at a suggested price of $12 if you’re in India and $15, if you’re outside India.
100% of proceeds will be donated to a campaign supporting the trans community in Manipur with daily essentials.
Disclaimer: this list is curated by an informal group of volunteers. Nothing on this site should be taken as a warantee or legal advice. Give at your own discretion, but please do give generously.
Ration For Differently Abled People in Katedan, HyderabadHyderabad
Help Harish Sarafolu, Delhi Riots 2020 Victim, in re-building his LifeDelhi
Relief Appeal for Cyclone YaasWest Bengal
Support trans people's access to rations in Davanagere, KarnatakaDavanagere, Karnataka
Help Riot Hit Familes of North East DelhiDelhi
Support our sanitation workersGanjam, Odisha
₹4,69,189 raised of ₹10,00,000
The account is strictly for Indian donors.
₹1,77,927 raised of ₹20,00,000
We are looking for the following support. 1. Empty cement bag which will be used for rebuilding river embankments. 2. Water for drinking purpose 3. Tarpaulins and Mosquito Nets 4. Dry ration and food support 5. Clothes and utensils 6. Hygiene materials 7. Bleaching 8. Mask and Sanitizers
₹4,35,060 raised of ₹7,00,000
₹4,81,500 raised of ₹30,00,000
₹2,56,422 raised of ₹12,66,935
The organisation is trying to provide primary health care services as well as food security among the tribal rural people.
₹17,66,152 raised of ₹30,00,000
₹1,20,437 raised of ₹15,00,000
We have come together to help save lives during this pandemic by providing medical supplies and monetary aid, in line with and fully observing the guidelines laid down by the state authorities. We aim to raise INR 1 crore by 15th June, 2021 to meet the following objectives:
₹13,00,000 raised of ₹80,00,000
Your donations will help us supply COVID support kits to villages in the hilly regions of Uttarakhand, which await basic medical equipment like oxymeters, thermometers etc. These kits will be supplied to ASHA health workers and village representatives to help track the health of patients and ensure timely intervention, as needed.
₹10,26,545 raised so far
We're starting #freeambulance service for EWS patients and have raised money to hire a vehicle, pls donate to help us run more free ambulances
Yumetta along with its partners are helping the rural regions of Chattisgarh in the following manner-
₹15,97,047 raised of ₹20,24,140
₹12,85,950 raised of ₹20,00,000
JSF is springing back to help the underprivileged families suffering from #COVID to get through this crisis. We're starting[ #freeambulance](https://twitter.com/hashtag/freeambulance?src=hashtag_click) service for EWS patients and have raised money to hire a vehicle, pls donate to help us run more free ambulances
₹8,32,000 raised of ₹25,00,000
* MWSN is running a national level helpline for distressed workers, mostly coming from marginalised backgrounds. The helpline started in March 2020 in 10 different languages during the first Covid-19 induced lockdown. In the first phase of lockdown they were able to assist in over 40,000 cases.
Distribution of dry ration in slums for urban poor.
Return tickets of distressed Migrant Workers and direct cash transfer to workers and daily wagers in urgent cases.
Essential healthcare supplies to stranded workers.
₹2,96,882 raised of ₹50,00,000
₹1,50,000 raised of ₹5,00,000
**Annapurna NGO, **in collaboration with Shakti Women Organisation, have initiated a 'Food For All’ campaign. They seek to provide 3 months dry ration kit to the families of around 200 unemployed women, who are otherwise daily wagers, living in villages near Jaipur - Hathi Gaon and Harmada. Each kit will cost Rs. 2500/- and will be directly distributed to the families.
₹2,93,000 raised of ₹5,00,000
For donations of more than Rs. 5000, Copy of pan card is required. After making a donation, please send an email to [email protected]. They can provide an 80G certificate to anyone who needs one.
₹58,000 raised of ₹14,40,000
The second lockdown has impacted families of daily wagers headed by women the most. They have no food or dry food materials, and require immunity boosters as well for weeks. To supply each household, INR 2000 or 30USD is necessary, for a total of 721 families in Kallukuttai, Chennai.
₹59,813 raised of ₹1,00,000
There are 30 former baazigar magician families living in a temporary camp in Anand Parbat, New Delhi. Funds are being raised to provide the families with rations, essential medications, and masks, as they are unable to earn wages during the lockdown and are in dire need of assistance.
₹2,00,000 raised so far
₹1,22,200 raised of ₹7,00,000
₹8,58,770 raised of ₹10,00,000
₹21,19,144 raised of ₹25,00,000
₹97,892 raised of ₹1,60,000
The Society for Empowerment of the Deafblind” (SEDB), a registered Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO).
Collecting funds for COVID-19 affected sex workers in West Bengal facing imminent hunger and destitution. Durbar, the sex workers' collective, is committed to fend for this group along with other marginalised communities.
₹25,00,000 raised of ₹50,00,000
Further details and regular updates at: https://www.facebook.com/dastkarsociety/photos/a.248753073978/10159342236388979
₹1,75,000 raised of ₹10,00,000
₹2,89,932 raised of ₹15,00,000
₹2,18,400 raised of ₹7,50,000
₹3,60,000 raised of ₹80,00,000
Hope Begins Foundation & Team is on a mission to feed at least 1500 families for next 3 months by distributing rations, Ready to eat food packets, and Covid-19 support items to disabled and underprivileged people. They have distributed 2.5 Lakh meals and counting. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Hopebegins.org YouTube - https://youtube.com/channel/UCvLwDg6Cehh_QnD-EidHR2w Website - https://hopebegins.org.in/donate-us/
₹2,15,002 raised of ₹15,00,000
₹74,000 raised of ₹2,00,000
We are willing to supplement the underprivileged and below poverty line (BPL) families with basic necessities like rice, vegetables, soaps, masks, sanitisers, sanitary pads and other possible needs based on the requirements of each family. We intend to reach as many families as possible.
₹1,92,550 raised so far
‣This initiative is a free food drive organized by Sabudana Things. ‣We work with three COVID-affected communities in Bangalore. ‣Through rallying together a team of home chefs and delivery champs, we deliver fresh meals and dry ration. ‣We are supported by donations from individuals and local businesses
₹43,000 raised of ₹2,50,000
₹5,12,838 raised of ₹10,00,000
Help JJSS run covid relief efforts in Araria, Katihar, Saharsa, and Kishanganj districts of Bihar.
JJSS' COVID relief work presently includes:
1. Vaccine Awareness and help desk 2. Making and distributing masks 3. Medical support 4. Food packet distribution 5. Advocating for NREGA entitlements to ensure local income security 6. Advocating for NFSA entitlements to ensure food security
Your donation will support the first four.
₹48,000 raised of ₹75,000
₹0 raised of ₹15,00,000
₹2,25,000 raised of ₹25,00,000
Aims to feed families in Sundarbans who are affected due to the COVID -19 lockdown. Swapnopuron Welfare Society is providing Ration Kits, which can feed a family for the next 30 days. The cost of a single Ration Kit is Rs. 500 only. Pack contains 5 Kg - Rice | 400 gms - Dal | 1 Litre - Mustard Oil | 1 Packet - Salt | Soyabean | Pack of surgical masks | Soaps
₹4,20,000 raised so far
₹6,87,662 raised of ₹10,00,000
₹1,21,750 raised of ₹15,00,000
₹3,60,220 raised of ₹5,00,000
₹6,00,000 raised so far
₹10,26,105 raised of ₹50,00,000
Feeds the needy and runs a weekend kitchen to give free food to the poor in Saharsa district of Bihar.
₹6,45,313 raised of ₹25,00,000
Ration kits for needy families
₹80,000 raised of ₹10,00,000
We request you to join hands with us to support the Adivasi settlements in equipping themselves to face this terrible situation of COVID 19
₹14,40,484 raised of ₹15,00,000
The funds raised will go towards reducing the barriers to the provision of healthcare. These contributions will be directed to address to the following urgent requirements:
₹2,56,422 raised of ₹12,66,935
₹15,74,772 raised of ₹20,00,000
With support from 4 community-led organizations in Gudalur -- Adivasi Munnetra Sangam (AMS), ACCORD, ASHWINI and Vidyodaya, two volunteers in every Adivasi village has been identified - one to monitor the health status and the other the socio-economic status. The funds will be used for:
₹2,43,572 raised of ₹25,00,000
Your funds will be used to provide ration kits to 2500 families of daily wage earners and migrants in Jharkhand for the next few months. Each kit contains rations to feed a family of four for 2 weeks and kits will be given out twice a month to each family. A ration kit for a family would cost Rs.1000 consisting of rice, dal, soybean, cooking oil, sugar, tea leaves, masala, salt,washing and bathing soap.
₹5,45,498 raised of ₹5,00,000
₹0 raised of ₹1,00,000
₹60,952 raised of ₹80,000
Just as Mohammad Salim Shah (67 yrs old) was recovering from covid19 in April this year, he suffered a massive heart attack. The bypass surgery could not be conducted due to severity of black fungus infection that had spread to his bones. A temporary angioplasty was done at the time.
In May and June we raised money to pay for treatment of the infection and fortunately, the doctors were able to bring it under control.
On 9th July, Shah was taken for a check up and an angiography was done. The results show extremely critical condition as blockage is building up again and the first angioplasty will not hold out for much longer. An operation to insert two stents is now urgently required.
Shah's son Mudassar has been taking care of him since March and hasn't been able to attend work. Without his salary, his finances have fast depleted. Your help will be greatly appreciated.
Please dm our mutual aid volunteer at 8884115925 for further details such as medical reports, bills, updates etc.
₹0 raised of ₹2,50,000
₹11,18,899 raised of ₹15,00,000
We are looking to raise funds for Mayuri Dutta who is admitted at Apollo Hospital, Kolkata. Her elder sister Kasturi Dasgupta had weak lungs so the entire family spent the last 15 months shielding her, protecting her and rallying around her. They moulded their lives keeping her safety in the centre of everything they did. However, Corona struck the Dasgupta household and in an unequal fight, took Kasturi away from everything she held dear. The day after her sad demise, Mayuri who is just 34 years old, also had breathing troubles. Though she was immediately admitted to an ICU facility, she spiralled very quickly into critical care and had to be housed in a ventilator. Her infection was uncontrolled, the lungs compromised and doctors had not seen too many success stories, once patients enter this stage. The only ray of hope was offered by a new technology, ECMO, that is giving young patients like Mayuri- one more chance to make it. An ECMO bed has been secured for her and she has now spent 4 days at the hospital fighting for her life. There is a long haul ahead. ECMO treatment is extremely expensive and our insurance coverage is inadequate. We know that we are clutching at straws here but its our only chance to return a semblance of normalcy to a family facing a bleak cruel future. We are raising funds to help fund Mayuri's treatment.
₹28,50,707 raised of ₹50,00,000
My father, Mr. Kamlesh Kumar Batra as he has been in the hospital due to Lungs Pnemonia since 7th April 2021. From last 1.5 months, my father has been struggling in the ICU for recovery. He is suffering from post-covid complications and now, due to some medical procedures in the ICU, he has also suffered with a significant brain damage. Because of which, he is now in a coma state. Our family has done all it can to collect the total amount required for the treatment but Rs 50 Lakhs more are required to pay for all the medical expenses. Sadly, my elder sister who was supporting the family financially had lost her job in last July due to Covid pandemic. Hence, we are very financially pressed.
₹11,947 raised of ₹6,00,000
Jyoti's mother was COVID-positive and had pneumonia. She was admitted in the ICU at Delhi Heart and Lungs Institute Hospital for 22 days. She has been discharged and her treatment continues at home. She is on oxygen support. Pneumonia, lung infection medicines and other medical expenses are very costly, and Jyoti is unable to cover it.
₹1,74,805 raised of ₹5,00,000
₹0 raised of ₹1,00,000
My uncle, Santosh Kumar Agrawal, is a covid patient in severe condition (SPO2 90, fever, not able to eat and high weakness). He is a shopkeeper in a small town (Korba, Chhattisgarh) with very limited basic earnings. He is not in a position to be shifted to hospital. So we are arranging medicines and setting up a medical facility for him. Please donate.
₹2,00,000 raised so far
₹1,80,000 raised of ₹3,20,000
₹1,30,000 raised of ₹2,50,000
₹6,00,000 raised of ₹18,00,000
₹15,45,668 raised of ₹30,00,000
₹6,500 raised of ₹1,30,000
Until last year, Srinivasa was working in the service sector in Bangalore. He lost his job due to lockdown and hasn't been able to find another one since.
Recently, both Srinivasa and his mother tested positive with Covid19. Unable to afford hospital treatment, they're both quarantining at home in Davanagere. They have been forced to borrow from neighbours for the most basic medication and home needs.
Srinivasa needs financial help to pay for medical treatment. His mental health and stress levels are also significantly high, making it harder for him to successfully find work.
₹7,78,334 raised of ₹25,00,000
₹3,01,063 raised of ₹4,00,000
Name : Narendar nayak, 26 years Disease : Covid (critical situation) , TX Hospital, Hyderabad Occupation : Farmer Need Money to buy Medical supplies, to support the patient on Ventilator for at least 3 days, Buy Remdesiver, Pay for Room rent and doctor consultation fees.
₹13,16,223 raised of ₹15,00,000
₹56,36,559 raised of ₹1,50,00,000
Funds needed for medical expenses
₹10,74,770 raised of ₹20,00,000
Patient Name: Vijaya Laxmi Place: Hyderabad Hospital Name: Century Hospital Patient's Daughter: Harika Xavier
₹24,710 raised of ₹97,879
Hansaben and her husband were both COVID-positive and admitted in a private hospital as they were not able to find a bed in a government hospital. At the time of discharge, husband paid off his bill, but Hansaben's bill is still pending. Knowing their situation, the hospital has given them time to pay the bill. Their only son passed away a year back, and Hansaben and her do stitching work at home with very low income. All savings have been exhausted. She is still on oxygen support at home and needs medicine.
BAPSA is an independent, Ambedkarite student organization comprising of students from marginalized backgrounds. They are fundraising to provide aid in the form of medication to people in rural areas whose livelihood has been adversely affected by the pandemic.
₹5,62,197 raised of ₹13,00,000
₹70,572 raised of ₹2,50,000
Ecolizer is working with 15 Urban Local Bodies (ULBs), coordinating the day to day activities of collecting, segregating, packaging and disposing for reuse or recycling the material waste that they are able to work with. We intend to provide the following: 1) PPE kits(including a full-body suit, gloves and mask) 2) Waterproof gumboots 3) Hand sanitizer **4) Liquid hand soap ** 5) Vitamin C tablets
₹47,322 raised of ₹1,00,000
Green Caps JsR Foundation has been involved in relief work from day one of the lockdown. We help people who are isolated, old or incapable of going out with any and all kind of emergency services right from medicines, grocery, fruits and vegetables, to helping them with transportation fr homes to hospitals and back.
There are many people in city who cannot afford basic meds, food and other costs that this pandemic has made difficult to bear. Keeping that in mind and with the very little help that we get beause of being a small city , we have initiated a small fundraiser to increase our reach to as many people as possible. Kindly help us in our fundraiser.
₹1,05,912 raised of ₹10,00,000
We plan to set up a 25-bed facility on the campus of DAV Public School, Sector 14, Faridabad. There would be 10 oxygen care beds and 15 HDU (High Dependency Unit) beds. The facility will have a dedicated staff of doctors and nurses, and will provide medical care, medicines and food for the patients free of cost, and the prescribed tests at a subsidized rate.
We will have a team go to villages in collaboration with BK Hospital, Faridabad, and provide rapid antigen tests for people suspected to have COVID. We will initiate contact tracing for those who turn up positive, as well as makes sure that the patients have enough resources to stay in isolation. We will admit the patients who require hospitalization to the facility, and provide them with medical care for as long as required.
DAV Public School, Sector 14 will provide us space for setting up the facility, as well as rooms for the medical staff free of cost. We would need funds for the following:
We have collaborated with a medical tech company to modify normal beds to ICU beds at a fraction of the cost of regularly produced ICU beds. We have also procured the necessary licenses and permissions for setting up the facility, as well as PPE kits for medical staff. The certification of the doctors to be involved, letter from DAV Public School to the CMO, BK Hospital, Faridabad for setting up the facility, as well as the waste management and water licenses have been attached for the perusal of the donors. All funds received will be transferred to DAV Sector 14 Faridabad's trust account, and updates would be provided on their expenditure.
₹7,12,710 raised of ₹25,00,000
₹12,66,890 raised of ₹50,00,000
₹97,364 raised of ₹4,75,000
₹9,000 raised of ₹10,00,000
₹0 raised of ₹9,46,000
₹3,87,161 raised of ₹12,00,000
There is only **1 Ventilator for 900 Covid+ people in New Delhi. ** Pledge with us to save lives in Delhi by donating BiPAP ventilators to public hospitals.
We are currently donating Spice Oxy ventilators to the hospitals through the Care Taking branch, Revenue Department, Delhi Govt through local suppliers at a cost of Rs. 99,500 + 12% GST.
Delhi has almost 10 lakh or 1 million Covid+ cases, but only 1168 ventilators. Let's save lives, one breath at a time! Donate now and help Delhi fight the Oxygen crisis and lowering the daily 400 death toll. We urge you to come together and save a million lives in Delhi. Help Delhi breathe and spread the word in your personal and professional network, and urge all institutions/companies/businesses to donate generously for Delhi Oxygen SOS.
Help Delhi Breathe & Survive! Umeed Project Team
₹2,44,173 raised of ₹18,00,000
We are looking to set up Box Hospitals of 50-bed facilities (COVID Recovery Centre for mild and moderate cases) in 10 districts of Bihar. The centre would be equipped with corrugated cardboard beds, medicine boxes, oxygen concentrators and separators. We will help the existing government hospital by increasing the capacity utilisation by providing beds, IV Stands, separators, medicine boxes and oxygen concentrators. The existing hospitals can run and manage the box hospital facility, and this would enable them to provide medical treatment to more number of patients and segregate mild and moderate cases.
₹6,00,000 raised so far
Dr. Shah is collecting funds towards sourcing oxygen concentrators for public hospitals, distributing masks and PPEs, treating COVID-positive patients who cannot afford to go to hospitals, and aiding peripheral hospitals in Mumbai.
₹88,400 raised so far
Organizations that provide medical care and rehabilitation for gas and toxic water poisoned families in Bhopal free of cost are acting rapidly to organise a ‘community shield’ in acutely at-risk parts of the city to educate, monitor and intervene, in order to suppress transmission of the virus. Aided by hundreds of local volunteers, over the first nine months of the pandemic their efforts were able to limit infections in these communities to just thirty three people, all but two of whom recovered. Donations can be made easily and swiftly using the QR code below, or by the bank details provided.
₹14,48,320 raised of ₹20,27,040
With this second, deadlier wave of COVID spreading far more quickly, we are starting this new fundraiser with an initial target of £20,000/INR 20 Lakh. We will use the funds to procure essential equipment such as oxygen concentrators, CPAP machines, pulse oximeters, and medication, which will be handed over for deployment to a selection of trusted charities: Athrout, Help Poor Voluntary Trust, Social Reform Organisation and Voluntary Medical Trust.
₹8,400 raised of ₹10,00,000
We need some financial help to convert around 100 autos to oxygen ambulances. We did some budgeting and have come to realize that we need approximately Rs. 12,000/- to convert an autorickshaw into an oxygen-equipped ambulance. We will be providing rickshaw drivers with PPE kits, masks, and sanitizers too. Any help is appreciated. If you cannot help monetarily, please help us reach your rich friends with a big heart. Share this campaign with as many people as you can.
₹2,75,974 raised of ₹7,34,364
UNITED SIKHS teams are working tirelessly on the ground to serve urgent life-saving needs.
The organisation has converted the Koramangala Indoor Stadium into a COVID care facility where the group will provide free medicines and free oxygen supply to patients
₹3,72,634 raised of ₹20,00,000
₹14,26,506 raised of ₹30,00,000
Fundraising to provide rations, medical equipment, isolation centers for vulnerable communities in West Bengal
₹11,40,000 raised of ₹25,00,000
Buy and then Provide Oxygen Concentrators free of cost to patients with prescription for Oxygen Therapy on a fixed deposit. 100% of the fixed deposit will be refunded on return of the machine.
₹12,31,724 raised of ₹25,00,000
This Delhi-based foundation has teams of on-ground volunteers working to supply oxygen cylinders, establish a COVID relief helpline, distribute PPE kits, end-to-end plasma donor support and other medical needs to marginalized people in the area.
₹54,26,070 raised of ₹53,14,100
₹20,43,087 raised of ₹30,00,000
₹15,000 raised of ₹6,53,000
Need help with-
₹17,000 raised of ₹35,000
₹77,745 raised of ₹9,80,000
Provides support to dalit and mahadalit women in terms of health checkup, rent, mental health and ration.
₹9,51,676 raised of ₹12,00,000
Your contributions will strengthen efforts to support 7800 dalit women:
₹91,101 raised of ₹5,00,000
₹12,32,956 raised of ₹12,00,000
₹0 raised of ₹36,00,000
₹2,70,000 raised of ₹4,50,000
His best friend Deepak Kumar has started this fundraiser to help them pay all the pending medical expenses and hospital bills.
₹99,841 raised of ₹4,00,000
Jitendra Kulkarni, a daily wager as security guard, died due to Coronavirus in India. He was sole earner in the family, making Rs 6,000 a month (about $90 USD monthly). Jitendra is survived by his 10 years old son, leaving no money his education or food. His son Sarthak is very talented, your donations will help Sarthak continue his education.
₹1,71,103 raised of ₹7,00,000
₹6,50,339 raised of ₹10,00,000
₹68,904 raised of ₹5,00,000
₹46,751 raised of ₹15,00,000
We are an organisation called Jeeva, and we work in the state of Karnataka on the rights on gender and sexual minorities.
We provide legal empowerment and mental health support to the community. We provide rations, and work on community-driven sanitation improvement programs in deprived urban areas. We also lobby with the government to support the community.
We are seeking urgent support to provide dry rations and funds for rent for 1,000 community members, including trans people and people living with HIV.
₹1,66,643 raised of ₹2,00,000
A collective of around 100 trans persons from Davangere, Karnataka are raising funds to support themselves with daily needs and basic rations. Many are elderly, and some are HIV-positive. A kit for each individual costs around Rs. 2000.
₹2,15,000 raised of ₹5,00,000
₹55,000 raised of ₹2,50,000
₹1,58,000 raised of ₹6,00,000
They are working towards- -homeless people, construction workers, working-class communities dwelling on the pavement, to access cheap or free food.
-The money helps them oversee the work they do in the comprehensive updates they provide to everyone who sends in any amount of money, and then contributing again in spaced-out intervals and telling friends & family.
₹1,11,890 raised of ₹3,00,000
1. Rural/Urban: Urban & Semi Urban 2. Socio-economic group: Lower middle class to living below poverty line 3. Occupational group: Sex workers 4. Identity: Transgender
1. Source of Income for Trans community members, and 2. Providing lifesaving food to needy individuals.
₹15,22,520 raised of ₹80,00,000
Groceries and medicine support for transgender and HIV positive people in Ulhasnagar, Kalyan and Bhiwandi, and Thane districts as they cannot beg for their livelihood due to the pandemic.
₹1,48,936 raised of ₹2,37,044
Raising ration funds for families in Nagar district who have lost their sources of income due to the pandemic.
₹1,90,601 raised of ₹4,00,000
₹3,60,160 raised of ₹10,00,000
₹4,03,222 raised of ₹10,00,000
How will your funds be used :
Rent/Shelter support per person: 2500/- per month
Ration & medicine/hygiene kit support per person: 2500/- per month
We have been providing ration kits and some financial help to more than 1000 trans persons across the country
We are a collective of transgender persons who through this campaign are trying to facilitate the basic needs of our community members. We request everyone to come forward and support the community in whichever way possible.
₹2,72,412 raised of ₹6,97,000
₹3,19,576 raised of ₹4,00,000
₹10,74,029 raised of ₹20,00,000
₹57,58,689 raised of ₹60,00,000
₹17,624 raised of ₹3,50,000
₹92,950 raised of ₹5,20,000
Help Yash complete his education and become a Judge
₹18,000 raised of ₹80,000
₹23,500 raised of ₹60,000
₹40,526 raised of ₹80,000
Hardik, a student of Class 12, is raising funds for his family to be able to pay
His parents have lost their income due to the pandemic. His mother is recovering from COVID-19 and has exhausted all her savings. The family urgently needs money.
₹2,35,264 raised of ₹3,06,122
Asif’s daughter was born in the aftermath of the Delhi pogrom, during the COVID-19 lockdown, in 202. He had already been out of work since the pogrom, and did not have a stable source of income to support his child. Recently, his daughter was diagnosed with double aortic arch, which required urgent surgery. As he did not have the funds for this, and could not raise them in time, he had to borrow Rs 2.5 - 3 Lakhs from local lenders, which he has to return. His daughter continues to need medical assistance, and he has been reduced to borrowing money repeatedly. He is almost on the verge of handing over his property papers to save his daughter’s life. The fundraiser hopes to raise money for him so that he can at least clear off the acquired debt and sustain his family.
₹45,658 raised of ₹2,50,000
requesting financial help for workers in a garment startup who can no longer work due to COVID, and are unable to feed their families
₹70,000 raised so far
Supports an old Kashmiri woman who lost her husband this year and has no source of income to have money for her medicines and basic needs.
₹5,70,000 raised of ₹15,00,000
₹19,11,025 raised of ₹30,00,000
Meeting a range of needs of acid attack survivors in this difficult pandemic - including monetary support, food support, and technology support to children who have to attend online classes
₹3,34,758 raised of ₹4,40,000
Small Wish International Foundation is an India-based non-profit working on poverty and climate change. The organization is:
₹59,750 raised of ₹9,05,850
More information on donation platform
₹4,25,620 raised of ₹7,50,000
₹4,56,345 raised of ₹6,50,000
Amit Kumar is raising funds for his renal failure treatment which adds up to ₹ 6,50,000, which they are not able to afford by themselves.
₹22,976 raised of ₹6,00,000