Giving Compass' Take:
- India Development Review presents a list of nonprofit organizations in India to support in their ongoing COVID-19 relief efforts in 2021.
- How can donors think globally in their efforts to equip nonprofits with funding for COVID-19 relief?
- Read about how COVID-19 has impacted India’s nonprofits.
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Below is a list of social sector organisations and collectives that are engaged in fighting COVID-19 across India. It is updated daily, with the information provided by the organisations themselves. Listed in alphabetical order.
1. Aagaaz Theatre Trust
Relief efforts: Raising funds worth INR 80,000 to provide support for eight families in Nizamuddin Basti, New Delhi. Each family (averaging eight people) will get one ration kit worth INR 5,000 along with medicines and supplements worth another INR 5,000. Any additional money will go towards N95 masks for the families.
Location: New Delhi
Communities served: Hazrat Nizamuddin Basti
Current needs: Funding to continue relief efforts.
Contact information: email@example.com
Donation link: https://rzp.io/l/MJX03P6
25. Yuva Rural Association
Relief efforts: Collaborating with the government to provide healthcare assistance and care to patients with suspect, mild, or very mild cases in seven COVID-19 Care Centers (CCCs)
Location: Maharashtra (Nagpur)
Communities served: Marginalised communities with limited resources
Current needs: Funding for providing beds, bedsheets, pillow covers, and blankets for the patients; for providing PPE kits, masks, and sanitizers; for providing teamers and oxygen flowmeters
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Donation link: **Partner organisation of EdelGive Foundation. You can either donate to them directly or via EdelGive. The link provided here is to donate via EdelGive Foundation: https://www.edelgive.org/web-edelgive-donation
Read the full article about supporting nonprofits in their COVID-19 relief efforts at India Development Review.