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

Let us respect and value labour!

Let us respect and value labour!For many in India #StayAtHome has not meant better work-life balance! In spite of saving hours of commute, it is less sleep and more hours of work, yes office work plus hours of doing strenuous household chores, in spite of sharing housework with your spouse or partner. For most people, no more the luxury of having hot breakfast and a ready-to-carry lunch bag with multiple boxes packed to perfection as per a nutritionist's diet chart.

As the earth begins to heal, and farmers get back to the fields, let's reflect upon what we have, with gratitude! Let's share a bit of our savings with those who have none.

While the lockdown continues with almost all of us at home, some of our farmers are back at work in the fields to make sure that we continue to get uninterrupted food supplies, for several months from now.Think of farmers and farm-labourers going back to mother nature, with their weary hands on near empty stomachs. This Tuesday, let's be grateful for the food on our plate. Let's be thankful for the cleaner air and the nearly blue skies, for the chirping birds and the blooming trees...


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! | "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 win prizes of up to Rs.100,000 for your favourite NGOs. There are prizes of Rupee1 per vote for the first 50,000 votes, early bird prizes and much more. Submit your story. Hurry up! #MyGivingStoryIndia #GivingTuesdayIndia |
170 million+

#GivingTuesdayIndia helps millions of everyday givers make contributions that add up to make a big impact when they all give to their preferred causes at the same time! This number indicates funds raised through specific #GivingTuesdayIndia campaigns conducted since launch in 2017 by platforms, corporate & NGOs. Figures for 2019 are still coming in. Actuals would be higher as all givers do not report numbers.


Verified by GuideStar India, these NGOs serve causes ranging from education and healthcare to women’s empowerment, livelihoods, disability to art, advocacy & animal welfare across India. Give with confidence to NGOs dispalying GuideStar India Platinum/ Gold Seals.

1.2 million+

Over 1.2 million people engaged in various acts of giving thru #GivingTuesdayIndia campaigns and messages, since India joined the global movement in 2017.  In 2019 alone, we reached over 14 million people.

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COAST's Transportation Fundraising Drive: Helping Migrants Reach Home

"I want to go home!" Do you remember when was the last time you said these words?
While you were on a long work tour? After a long vacation? Stranded at an airport because your flight was diverted due to bad weather? When you were hospitalised? While you were sent on a posting to a remote area? After a long and difficult day at work?
In the lockdown, you would have heard of your friends and colleagues having spent sleepless nights on hearing their child, partner, parent or loved one stranded in a different city say, "I want to come home".
And, we know why, right? Home is where we feel secure, loved and at ease! So what if it is simpler than fancy hotels and exciting locales.
In both cases, one knew it was a matter of time. One had the resources to go home when the time would come. One could arrange for food and shelter (in most cases) while waiting.
All that millions of Indians stranded in cities are saying is: "I want to go home!" They are pushed to going back home because of no work, so no money to buy food or pay for shelter. Yet we find it so hard to understand their simple ask! Don't feel helpless watching our fellow citizens rushing to catch buses and trains or hopelessly walking their way home.
The COAST network is a coalition of NGOs across India that are collaborating with each other to help facilitate movement of migrants wanting to go back home & if you wish to donate to this cause

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Provide 4 meals a day for the Quarantined People
Annamrita Foundation  
Help Annamrita Foundation Provide Meals To the Quarantined People

During these challenging times of COVID 19 pandemic, we Annamrita Foundation have been appointed...

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Fight Against COVID 19 with Handwash Campaign with Habitat for Humanity

Since 1983, Habitat for Humanity India has supported 33 million people in India to build or...

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Donate to protect the elderly from deadly Coronavirus!
Protect the Elderly from Coronavirus. Donate masks, handwash and soaps.

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Support children facing violence during the COVID-19 outbreak

As the COVID-19 lockdown continues, we at CSJ are growing more concerned about reports of...

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Don’t Let Lockdown 2020 Shut Our School Down!

Rohini, Kanishka, Gautam and Ruhani are waiting eagerly for the lockdown to get over and get...

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Help Homeless Beat Hunger And Stay Safe

With no home, no food, no income, and a high level of vulnerabilities the...

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Support those affected by Coronavirus

A large number of daily wagers are out of jobs, and are going back to their villages. A lot of them are stuck in cities with hardly any resources. Goonj is gearing up for the aftermath of this pandemic. (extent and timeline not clear but getting ready) apart from reaching out to people as per situations and regulations right now..Let’s gear up..prepare. Do join and support the efforts. 

WE TARGET TO– Reach comprehensive family kits of essentials – largely dry ration, personal care material to over a million people (2 lac families) in areas well known for migration and in geographies, we are already working in.  Also as there will be a larger impact on family income and resources other health related issues, debt, education will be looked upon as per need as a lot of these areas are known to us well– Reach our Vaapsi initiative Kits to support rural/local livelihood to around 10,000 people across rural/low income group urban areas India. 

Know more about Vaapsi. Unlike past natural disaster we are calculating on the basis of our reach, capacities and reports of ground scenario. More to follow.. 


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Start or join a “friend-raiser”!

If you are reading this message, you have surely seen several emails and social media posts urging you to support a fundraiser for the COVID-19 affected, and more recently for the Amphan cyclone affected.

Many of these are from NGOs working on the frontlines, some from individuals like Shishir Joshi, Khusroo Poacha and Bipin Mohanty; some from professionals like Dr Muffazal Lakdawala, others from philanthropists like Archana & Amit Chandra, Luis Miranda, Venkat Krishnan and Amita Chauhan.

You would have read most messages, glanced at some pictures, felt moved by some and made a few contributions here and there. And, then you would have seen some campaigns like the “friendraisers” organised by Vineet Saraiwala engaging IIM Bangalore Alumni, Dimple Parmar with alumni of...

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