#GivingTuesdayIndia | My Giving for #MyBetterBharat | a #DaanUtsav celebration

Help missing children get reunited with their families!

Have you wondered what causes young kids to hang around at railway stations? There are many children across India who run away from home for trivial reasons. Several children who are abandoned by their guardians and several go missing mysteriously. These children feel totally helpless when they come face to face with the overwhelming railway network. This Tuesday let your random act of kindness help reunite these railway children with their families.

Spread kindness among the less fortunate and put a smile on their faces!

This week Rohit Thukral reminisces with us about his #MyGivingStory as a young child during Diwali.
Rohit firmly believes that happiness lies in helping the people around us and not in the pursuit of money. He is deeply saddened in the misconception that many people hold - more money equals more happiness. He hopes that his story can help spark something in all of us to be a little more compassionate and spread kindness.

Your purchase will help underprivileged patients with life-saving medical care!

This Diwali spread happiness and support underprivileged patients and their families.

GuideStar India Transparency Key certified NGO Janshakti Chetna Foundation has beautifully and lovingly crafted diyas and copper bottles for sale. All proceeds will go to helping underprivileged patients and their families fight the evil plaguing them and give them a chance at survival.

Say #MaineDiya and support these patients by purchasing their products.


Diwali is a festival of light and joy and receiving and giving gifts!

The specially-abled angelic children of GuideStar India Transparency Key Certified NGO Amba Angels Center for Specially Abled are looking at you to light up their lives and give them the gift of your support. Buy the loving handpainted and packaged diyas made by these angels and give them joy this Diwali.

Say #MaineDiya and support the less privileged on Diwali and vanquish the evils of poverty!



"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” Share your giving story with us and inspire the world with your act of kindness. Participate in #MyGivingStory, a global giving story challenge which is currently on in many countries across the globe. Submit your story at bit.ly/mygivingstoryindia to earn votes, and get supporters for your favourite NGOs. Submit your story. Hurry up! #MyGivingStoryIndia #GivingTuesdayIndia | India is a part of the biggest generosity movement in the world called #GivingTuesday! You can express your generosity by donating to trusted NGOs! Today is a great day to share your #MyGivingStory! Look up our Random Acts of Kindness section for ideas to express kindness wherever you are! |

NGOs are across India, serving causes such as COVID relief, education, healthcare, livelihoods, environment, animal welfare & disability. NGOs are vetted by GuideStar India. Look for GuideStar India Platinum, Gold & Silver Seals.

25 million+

GivingTuesday India reached over 25 million people. We encourage people to make generosity a part of their daily lives. A random act of kindness #EveryTuesday and sharing #MyGivingStory are ways for each one to spread the giving culture.

1.7 million+

Over 1.7 million people engaged in acts of giving thru campaigns and messages, since India joined the global movement in 2017. Get your every act of giving counted using #GivingTuesdayIndia in all your social media posts.

185 million+

Millions of everyday givers make donations that add up to create a big impact. This number is the funds raised through campaigns using #GivingTuesdayIndia, since launch in 2017. Actuals would be higher as all do not report numbers.

In-kind Gifts Collected

It’s hard to measure and report one single number across the various gifts people give, collect and distribute. We will aggregate and share whatever is reported by campaign organisers and NGOs.


We request all campaign organisers to share their feedback about lives impacted so that we can try to understand the impact of our collective efforts to spread generosity.

Donate to a Cause close to your heart

Empowering and Protecting Slum Girls

We are fortunate to have such a training session in our slum locality as there is hardly any opportunity here to talk about adolescent health”, shares Laxmi, 19, from JJ Bandhu Slum pocket in DelhiThe batch has just started in this locality with adolescent girls and Laxmi was the first to hear about it and enrol herself.

Once she learnt about the curriculum, she was very excited and in no time had mobilised a dozen more girls to sign up. Her enthusiasm and people skills were not in vain. Nasim Ahamad, Coordinator, field operations at Sukarya who was also the facilitator of the training programme, immediately nominated her as the batch leader, much to Laxmi’s delight.

There are many girls like Laxmi who need these trainings.

Sukarya’s Gender Equality Programme is designed to educate and empower adolescent girls (10-19 years) on sexual and reproductive health. It takes a deep dive into issues that affect their basic human rights, knowledge, and awareness levels with respect to gender, social justice, family life and employability.

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Help Digitally Deprived Students and Women to Continue their Education in And after COVID-19.

Dharma Bharati Mission is a Mumbai-based non-profit NGO that aims to help the underprivileged women and children in slum areas by providing them with the education that is a stepping stone to a better life. They are constantly working with our team to provide them, online classes, through smartphones and free internet packs and they don’t want to stop here because of low funds. They will need 200-250 phones quarterly. The maximum cost will be a 6,000/-per phone.

After the course, the beneficiary will be required to return the phone, and these can be reused for at least one more batch. They can even look for giving one phone amongst 2-3 beneficiaries asking them to share. As regards Data Packs- For a three-month batch, and a daily class of 2 hours and practice sessions, they will need a plan for 1GB data per day for which charges will be around INR 150 per month or max INR 500 per quarter. Thus with a contribution of Rs. 6500 /- you can support the education of an underprivileged child. In this first fundraiser, they are targeting to raise money for 75 such students who are in Class 9th & 10th and need it foremost.


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Our freedom fighters and the founders of our Constitution dreamed of an India where all her citizens enjoy freedom, liberty and a better life! Yet, many of our actions have not really made much of a difference to those suffering from poverty for decades. NGOs across India have been working tirelessly for the betterment of those left behind. This Republic Day, let us support them to create a more equal India.
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