Funds in Disaster Relief

Covid-19, the response in India Fund
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Covid-19, the response in India Fund
In school we would say "Every Indian is my brother and sister..." The Issue: Covid-19 has caused the central government in India to institute a lockdown until May 3rd. The poor have eaten any savings they had and the food is long since disappeared. Daily labourers, without work for weeks, their plight has left them desperate for food. Your help is needed today. A common refrain from these most highly affected is, “Starvation will kill us long before the coronavirus does.” Please consider how you can help families in India survive these next few weeks! Your Immediate Response needed: You are an important part of the process. A vital link to meet the needs of the people. Your gifts are the catalyst for success. Your gift will provide them with enough help to survive through the coming weeks, when they have no one to turn to. Your gifts will facilitate an Emergency Food Relief program - the target is to support needy and desperate families, the government has requested us to meet the needs of those in our area with greatest need. The Relief Kit is designed to take care of an average family size of 4 with basic food items for a period of 3 weeks. The relief kit comprises of daily essentials like Rice, Wheat, Oil, Pulses, Sugar, Salt, Onions, Potatoes, Soap (Wash & Bath), and Dettol. Volunteers on the ground are taking the steps necessary to collect and distribute everything you provide. How you can be the difference: ₹2200 / $30 will provide sufficient food for one family, for the lockdown through May 3rd. Your gift is of extreme importance. Remember, a majority of those served are daily wage workers - which further increases their vulnerability. They are out of work and hungry. Your gifts will feed those with the greatest need, providing them enough help to survive. You will bring them hope. ₹2200 / $30 will help one family ₹ 4400 / $60 will help two. ₹ 22,000 / $300 will help ten families. Please consider how many families you can help today!
COVID-19 India Relief fund
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COVID-19 India Relief fund
As COVID-19 pandemic crosses 1.2M+ cases across the world and several countries are enduring a lockdown, the marginalized communities across the world have been hit the hardest. In India, millions of daily wage laborers can no longer work as the country enters the second week of the lockdown. Several non-profit organizations working at a grassroots level are reporting a shortage of food and sanitary products for disadvantaged communities. Impacted groups: Migrant laborers and children who have moved from rural areas to cities for work Rural communities, transgenders, orphans and the homeless. Children from low-income families that cannot receive daily free mid-day meals offered in government schools but schools are shut down Please help Asha for Education support communities in desperate need of basic essentials in India during the current lockdown period brought on by COVID-19. A little will go a long way: 40$ - will help provide dry ration and other essentials for a family of four for 1 month Project updates: 1/ Our volunteers in Varanasi are distributing survival essentials to hundreds of families under lockdown! They are also ensuring the government support initiatives reach the most rural communities. 2/ 250+ families belonging to the Musahar, Dalit and other disadvantaged communities in Nagepur, Uttar Pradesh were provided with essential supplies for one month. 3/ 300+ underprivileged communities in Bhilai, Chattisgarh were provided with dry ration and several people who were on the road walking to their villages were provided with meals. 4/ 100+ families mostly comprising of daily wage laborers and transgendered communities in Tirlokpuri, Delhi, who did not have ration cards, were provided with dry ration for 1 month. 5/ 500+ families of migrant laborers in Kanpur were provided with dry ration for a month. 6/ Our project partner Nishtha in Baruipur, West Bengal is working with local villages and helping them with food supplies and hygiene products (soap, sanitary pads).
Employee Powered COVID-19 Fundraising for India
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Employee Powered COVID-19 Fundraising for India
Fundraiser for Association for India's Development (AID) to help provide relief to thousands of migrant workers, public health workers, and citizens stranded across India due to Lockdown across India. Cisco bright funds will match every dollar you donate to this fundraiser. AID works with 300+ NGOs across India and receiver of inaugural Global Contribution to India award. The popular movie Swades is based on AID founders and reflects the work done by thousands of similar projects in India. Funds will be used to give immediate relief and post disaster reconstruction of livelihood of the poorest of the poor in India. This is an Employee powered PAN-India COVID-19 fund that intends to reach poorest of the poor in India. As of April 1, 2020, following organizations have been supported by AID i) Savera Foundation - $3500 ii) Program for Social Action - $2700 iii) Partners in Justice Concerns - $3000 iv) Center for Development - $6500 and Vihaan - $5000 v). AID India, Chennai - $25000 vi) Rural Development Service Society Andhra Pradesh & Telangana - $5000 vii) Karna Subarna Welfare Society West Bengal - $1000 viii) Bal Evam Mahila Chetna Samiti Rajasthan - $8000 ix) Mohammed Bazar Backward Classes Development Society West Bengal - $8000 x) Bombay Sarvodaya Friendship Center Maharashtra - $10000 xi) Janpath Gujarat - $8000 xii) Jan Jagaran Shakti Sangathan Bihar - $5000 I feel following are the benefits of including AID India into our relief efforts: 1) Pan India presence. AID has presence across most of the Indian states with over 300+ network of NGOs 2) Works in almost all domains of social service – Education, healthcare, livelihood restoration post-disaster, child and maternal health, environment, agriculture, mental health 3) Widely recognized and winner of Global contribution to India award given by Indian Prime Minister among many other awards https://aidindia.org/about-aid/recognition/ 4) One of the forefront organizations in disaster relief in India. Most of the time AID stays back and restores the livelihood of people affected. 5) Most projects are visited by volunteers and donors based in the USA, giving it high transparency. 6) Has 35+ chapters across USA reaching to a very wide volunteer and donor base. 7) Has 4 star Charity Navigator rating with 94.7% program expenses https://www.charitynavigator.org/index.cfm?bay=search.summary&orgid=7135 COVID-19 efforts: Currently, they are addressing health care issues and donating several thousand medical supplies. In India, due to a sudden lockdown, millions of people are migrating to their native villages. This is alarming, given the scale. AID is at the forefront of organizing relief efforts across India. Many organizations are focused on most metropolitan cities, but AID is reaching out to the remotest corners of India.
Employee powered PAN-India COVID-19 fund
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Employee powered PAN-India COVID-19 fund
Fundraiser for Association for India's Development (AID) to help provide relief to thousands of migrant workers, public health workers, and citizens stranded across India due to Lockdown across India. Cisco bright funds will match every dollar you donate to this fundraiser. AID works with 100+ NGOs across India and receiver of inaugural Global Contribution to India award. The popular movie Swades is based on AID founders and reflects the work done by thousands of similar projects in India. Funds will be used to give immediate relief and post disaster reconstruction of livelihood of the poorest of the poor in India. This is an Employee powered PAN-India COVID-19 fund that intends to reach poorest of the poor in India. As of April 1, 2020, following organizations have been supported by AID i) Savera Foundation - $3500 ii) Program for Social Action - $2700 iii) Partners in Justice Concerns - $3000 iv) Center for Development - $6500 and Vihaan - $5000 v). AID India, Chennai - $25000 vi) Rural Development Service Society Andhra Pradesh & Telangana - $5000 vii) Karna Subarna Welfare Society West Bengal - $1000 viii) Bal Evam Mahila Chetna Samiti Rajasthan - $8000 ix) Mohammed Bazar Backward Classes Development Society West Bengal - $8000 x) Bombay Sarvodaya Friendship Center Maharashtra - $10000 xi) Janpath Gujarat - $8000 xii) Jan Jagaran Shakti Sangathan Bihar - $5000 I feel following are the benefits of including AID India into our relief efforts: 1) Pan India presence. AID has presence across most of the Indian states with over 300+ network of NGOs 2) Works in almost all domains of social service – Education, healthcare, livelihood restoration post-disaster, child and maternal health, environment, agriculture, mental health 3) Widely recognized and winner of Global contribution to India award given by Indian Prime Minister among many other awards https://aidindia.org/about-aid/recognition/ 4) One of the forefront organizations in disaster relief in India. Most of the time AID stays back and restores the livelihood of people affected. 5) Most projects are visited by volunteers and donors based in the USA, giving it high transparency. 6) Has 35+ chapters across USA reaching to a very wide volunteer and donor base. 7) Has 4 star Charity Navigator rating with 94.7% program expenses https://www.charitynavigator.org/index.cfm?bay=search.summary&orgid=7135 COVID-19 efforts: Currently, they are addressing health care issues and donating several thousand medical supplies. In India, due to a sudden lockdown, millions of people are migrating to their native villages. This is alarming, given the scale. AID is at the forefront of organizing relief efforts across India. Many organizations are focused on most metropolitan cities, but AID is reaching out to the remotest corners of India.