Donate To These Organisations To Help Contribute Towards Covid-19 Relief

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Covid-19 has affected innumerable lives. And it has been the lowest income and marginalised sections of society that have been hit the hardest. If you've been looking for a way to make a difference, we've got you sorted.

Here's a list of NGOs and organisations you can donate to and lend a helping hand.

Hemkunt Foundation

Hemkunt Foundation is a Non-Profit Organization based out of Delhi that has been doing a tremendous job at providing Covid-19 relief not just in Delhi but in other cities as well. They initially started out by distributing food during the first wave and quickly expanded their aid by procuring thousands of oxygen cylinders for those tragically hit by the second wave. Not just that, folks at Hemkunt are also distributing oxygen concentrators, masks, hand gloves, face shields and other must-haves. They're also providing a free ambulance service across Delhi NCR for those infected. 

You can donate at Hemkunt here and fill out this Google form for volunteering with them. 

Give India

They are India’s most trusted donation platform and are collecting donations to provide meals and protection kits to daily wagers who have been rendered jobless due to the virus outbreak. Till date, they've got a whopping 6,46,622 helping hands supporting their cause (and it's only increasing). Just by donating a sum of INR 500 and upwards, you'd be sponsoring a protection kit for the needy. 

They're currently running donation drives for an array of campaigns ranging from funding Covid hit families to oxygen supply. You can look at their campaigns here and send in your donations. 

World For All

Well, apart from us, it's the stray animals too who've been affected by the lockdown. While they were blessed with regular feeders and animal lovers across the city, the lockdown has left them uncertain and confused. World For All urges all the animal lovers out there to do their bit by helping the strays receive a wholesome meal. They are aiming to cook and feed 300+ strays in Mumbai and thus need your help to help them do it.

You can donate online or by cheque too. You can send money across Paytm on 9820403978.

For more options, visit this page

Pranyas Development Foundation

This NGO is raising funds to provide raw as well as cooked food to daily wage earners. They are also delivering masks and sanitizers to the affected segments. They organize door to door awareness campaigns for slums and villages that will help educate the slum dwellers about the Covid crisis through WHO guidelines and a list of government dos and donts.

Donate here.

Uday Foundation

This NGO is helping the homeless during the pandemic. They are providing all necessary help and services like food and sanitization to the vulnerable sections of society in the time of crisis. 

Donate here.

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat Hygiene is a donation campaign that is aiming to collect funds for masks, soaps, sanitizers, family essential kits and other personal hygiene items.

Donate here.

Zomato Feed India

Through their Feed Daily Wagers Campaign, Zomato has partnered with multiple NGOs on ground to help ensure responsible distribution of these kits while adhering to social distancing guidelines. All donations are being used to procure and distribute meal kits to families of daily wage earners across multiple cities in India.

Donate here.

Oxygen Aid

OxygenAid is a fundraising campaign to help Bangalore breathe. In partnership with Aarogya Seva, an NGO powered by doctors, the campaign works on providing immediate needs of people fighting Covid-19. The donations are used to buying and procuring life-saving medical equipment. You can donate and volunteer with the organisation.

For donating, please click the link here.

For volunteering, you can send them an email to

Project Breathe

A collaboration of a few groups, organisations and individuals, Project Breathe is a smaller campaign of Project Impact India. The money raised through this fundraiser will be used to procure oxygen concentrators which will be provided to the ones who need it. The initiative will aim to get oxygen to those in government hospitals, private hospitals, Covid-19 care centres and other institutions which are facing a shortage. 

Donate here.


With so many people in the country dying because of oxygen shortage, the need of the hour is to work towards ensuring that our hospitals have enough oxygen supply. Mukti, an organisation based in West Bengal, works towards the socio-economic development of the underprivileged. Along with a few other organizations, Mukti has taken up the initiativeto procure a large number of oxygen concentrators that can help patients with low levels of oxygen saturation to breathe easier. These concentrators will help extract oxygen from the air and supply directly 5/10 ltr per min. One oxygen concentrator can serve around 10 patients for over two months. 

You can help them save lives by donating as little as INR 1000 here.

Khalsa Aid

Khalsa Aid, a humanitarian relief charity, has distributed oxygen concentrators across 17 districts of Punjab and in 16 States and Union Territories across India. Many of these are being provided to hospitals, Gurdwaras and charitable societies to assist them in their effort to provide oxygen to those in need.

You can go ahead to their website and donate.


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