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Happy #GivingTuesdayIndia! The day has started with events from across India. More than Rs 4 million matching funds pledged for danaMATCH #GivingTuesdayIndia 2018. Goonj collection buses are on the roads across Mumbai collecting donations. Edufun Foundation who collected 1000+ pairs of shoes and clothes every Tuesday, will distribute them among needy familes from 1 to 5 pm. Choose from more than 8,700 NGOs for your celebration of giving. #MyGivingStoryIndia started on September 15. Submit your giving story and nominate an NGO for donation prize.  

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Vote for your favourite #MyGivingStoryIndia so that the NGO nominated by the storyteller gets an opportunity to qualify for donations. Just click on the little red heart icon to vote. You can vote for as many stories as you like, but only once per day for the same story. You can also submit your own story. [ Submit your story ] [ FAQs ]
The Joy of Living
By Vanessa D'Souza
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My name is Vanessa. I grew up in the bustling city of Mumbai.
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My name is Vanessa. I grew up in the bustling city of Mumbai. It’s also a city of extremes – extreme wealth alongside extreme poverty. I grew up in a middle class home with middle class values. I recall every Christmas, two blind children from an orphanage would be brought home to spend X’mas with our family. We grew up helping family and friends along the way. After I graduated, like most youngsters, I joined the corporate world, lived a comfortable life, which in many ways cocooned me from much of Mumbai’s reality. It was many years later, when I offered to volunteer at an NGO SNEHA, based in Mumbai, that I got to see the stark realities of the living conditions of about 60% of Mumbai’s population. They live in squalor, struggling for day to day survival. They have no place in their tiny homes, but place in their large hearts. Whenever I visit the slums, I am always welcomed in with a bright and warm smile, offered tea or a cold drink, given the single chair in the house to sit on and made to feel very welcome. There is a deep acceptance of their conditions – their “karma”. A deep desire to improve their lives by working hard. A deep strength to overcome whatever life throws at them. This attitude inspires me. It makes me to want to reach out and help these people and I joined SNEHA. Over the past six years I’ve worked with so many inspiring women in the slums. I wonder whether we are giving them or they are giving us - teaching us what strength, generosity and love really is. Teaching us to live in communities, caring for and sharing with all around. They know the true joy of living. You can donate here:
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Nominated NGO: SNEHA (Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Action)
Complete a dream - Education
By Manoranjan Behera
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We are the members of AJSA (Anchalika Jana Seva Anusthan ) celebrating Daan Utsav at Govindpur prima
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We are the members of AJSA (Anchalika Jana Seva Anusthan ) celebrating Daan Utsav at Govindpur primary school of Sonepur district Odisha on the third day of #DaanUtsav. We have chosen this school because this school have 5 classes with a single teacher. And our members of AJSA happily joined in the school to spare some time with school children and provide them some knowledge on cleanliness and how the students can maintain their health and hygiene as well as their family members. Besides the students gathered the knowledge on environment protection and the benefits of plantation form our team members. Our operational area is coming under western Odisha the most backword tribal prone KBK regions of Odisha, India. And the tribal population have the least access of all regular services like pure drinking water health services and education facilities. Despite establishment of Govt. school buildings & temporary huts where schools run in verandas of households. The teachers are not regular due to lack of proper monitoring particularly girls education is in a dilapidated stage. No Government employee’s usually visit to those villages to improve the livelihood condition of poorest of poor sections. In a result, a 10th grade students can’t spell the spelling of Elephant. In this context AJSA Odisha started its initiative of Bridge School to combat against the situation of poor education. With the initiative of “Bridge School”programme, now around 1600 tribal children, migrant, SC & ST and Child Labour are getting basic education and the new perspective of education in the tribal villages of Bangomunda, Balangir and the scenario of the Bridge School areas has been changed. We are giving more emphasis to educate the girl child and school dropout/child labours of the tribal communities and bringing them to the forefront of the development.
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Nominated NGO: Anchalika Jana Seva Anusthan
A little seed of hope
By Amrita Sharma
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The episode that I recall doesn’t involve passing of any material goods but more of wisdom.
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The episode that I recall doesn’t involve passing of any material goods but more of wisdom. This is a conversation that I had with a village elderly in Kesave village, Barauni, Bihar during my post-graduation at Institute of Rural Management Anand. I was in deep anguish over the corruption that I observed in the village institutions. Rajnarayan Singh, our host in the village would talk to us every day about our experiences and observations. That day he heard my outburst and said something, which has stayed with me as a talisman. He said, the roots of corruption are very deep; if you go to fight it you may feel exhausted and discouraged after some time. What you could do is plant a seed of integrity next to it and nurture it with all the energy, conviction and love that you can muster. One day your sapling will also grow into an equally mighty and robust tree, the benefits of which humanity and society shall reap. Working on migration and labour issues when India is seeking faster growth rates and higher FDI by relaxing labour protection norms has not been easy. Our endeavor to find voice, visibility, dignity and safety for migrant workers is our little seed that we hope will grow and guide us on a more rewarding path.
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Nominated NGO: Aajeevika Bureau
Nominated NGO: Aajeevika Bureau

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Feel the joy of giving' by Aman Shahpuri

A very special song put together for #DaanUtsav & #GivingTuesdayIndia by Aman Shahpuri. We challenge you all to do an act of giving, however small - & challenge your friends to do the same.

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