Donate for covid 19 relief in India

The global outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has affected more than 180 countries.
The needs of our communities are evolving on a daily basis. In response to the spread of COVID-19 in India, Concern India Foundation has started relief work to strengthen public health institutions by providing protective equipment and tools enabling them to treat and manage the COVID-19 patients.
The support includes providing ventilators ,ECG machines, portable X-Ray machines and protective kits with sanitizers, disposable gloves, masks, personal protection equipment, N 95 masks and cleaning detergent.
Our priority at present is to bridge the gaps and ensure that support is provided to the health care teams
working to fight this deadly virus.
In addition, we are supporting : distribution of food grains to orphanages, old age homes, daily wage workers and migrant labourers.

We accept donations through cheques and online transfers only. We request you not to participate in any cash transaction.
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General Donation Rs  
Towards empowerment of Women3000 0
Towards a child's education-road to a bright future1500 0
Towards the aged1500 0
Towards the mentally & physically challenged3000 0
Towards the Corpus fund
 
Total Donation amount in Rs. [We accept donations in INR only]0
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I do not wish a receipt for my contribution as I do not need the income tax exemption as mentioned above. This will also help Concern India Foundation save money and paperwork expenses.

Concern India Foundation is a registered non-profit charitable trust working towards helping people help themselves. Set up in 1991, we extend financial and non-financial support to grassroots NGOs working in the areas of Education, Health and Community Development. Currently we support over 340 grassroots NGOs across India reaching out to nearly 1,50,000 marginalized people directly through our offices in Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Pune.