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Help India fight 2nd deadly wave of COVID

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India COVID Response Fund-1 was launched in April 2020 and supported relief initiatives that impacted 56L+ lives. With the second deadly wave, we started ICRF-2 in April 2021 to help with oxygen and healthcare infrastructure and provide humanitarian aid such as food and cash relief to families of COVID-deceased. Read more

COVID Missions
Mission: Vaccination For All

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Give cash support to families of COVID deceased

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Help patients breathe as they battle COVID

Donate to boost oxygen supply

Help patients breathe as they battle COVID

Donate to boost oxygen supply

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COVID Relief Impact - ICRF-1

We began our COVID relief work in April 2020 and supported our NGO partners trying to ease the suffering of families caught in the eye of the pandemic storm – with donations from you. We have also received support from corporates, HNIs and philanthropic foundations and many donations through Facebook. Here is the impact report of ICRF-1.

COVID Relief Impact - ICRF-2

In April 2021, to support our healthcare infrastructure and provide humanitarian aid to Indians fighting the second wave of COVID-19, we launched ICRF-2. With support from everyday givers, corporates, HNIs and philanthropic foundations, we have been able to provide relief through our trusted NGOs and partners. Here is the impact report of ICRF-2.

Every donation to this fund will help stop the virus's spread and support vulnerable families to tide over COVID-19

Watch this video to know more about GiveIndia's India COVID Response Fund-1. The lakhs of lives touched and impact made through our real heroes- our NGO partners. 

Watch this video to know more about GiveIndia's India COVID Response Fund-1. The lakhs of lives touched and impact made through our real heroes- our NGO partners.

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GiveIndia launched India COVID Response Fund-1 in April 2020 raising ₹220+Cr from individuals, foundations & corporations. With the second deadly wave now upon us, GiveIndia has launched ICRF-2 to continue their COVID relief work. The funds collected will be utilised to support healthcare infrastructure, by boosting oxygen supply with setting up of oxygen generation plants, providing oxygen concentrators, cylinders and refilling them, providing life-saving equipment like Bi-paps and ventilators. Cash relief will be provided to low-income families who have lost a member to COVID. COVID Care Centres are being set up for non-ICU patients fighting Coronavirus to ease the load on hospitals. Under humanitarian aid, weekly ration kits and cooked meals are distributed to families fighting hunger. And reusable sanitary napkin kits are being provided to girls and women who are unable to afford sanitary pads.

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GiveIndia charges 0% fees for all fundraisers/crowdfunding campaigns on GiveIndia Fundraisers. However, all online donations are subject to a small payment processing fee (~3%) to cover third-party and bank charges and ensure your donations are processed securely by our payment partners.

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Donating to our missions and supporting the underprivileged cope with Coronavirus.

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Spread the word about our mission on your social media and within your network.

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Please mail us at covid@giveindia.org and we will connect you to the concerned team.

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Yes, all Indian donors will get 80G certificates and US donors will receive the 501c3 certificate.

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Donors will receive their 80G certificates post disbursement of funds, approximately within a period of 1-2weeks.

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GiveIndia began its Covid relief work under India COVID Response Fund-1 (ICRF-1) in April 2020, supporting our NGO partners in trying to ease the suffering of families caught in the eye of the pandemic storm – with donations from you. We have also received support from corporates, HNIs and philanthropic foundations and many donations through Facebook. A year later, with the increasing number of positive cases and fatalities, India is fighting Covid, again. GiveIndia has launched ICRF-2 to respond to the requirements received from NGO partners working towards supporting critical Covid patients and the healthcare infrastructure, providing meals to the hungry and more.