Milaap charges NO fees for all campaigns associated with Kerala Flood Relief and Rehabilitation initiatives. There's a payment gateway fees that varies from 0% - 3% depending on the mode of payment chosen by the donor. The PG fee is 0 for direct bank transfers, less than 1% for UPI payments and between 1 and 3% for other modes of payment.
Log in to Milaap using the email id (or Facebook login) you used to create the campaign > Go to your Dashboard (milaap.org/home) >Click on 'My fundraisers' tab >Click on 'Withdraw Amount' button and submit the bank account details. All transfer requests placed will be processed the very next working day.
It's because you set up your campaign to support an existing project/NGO's initiative - and funds raised will aid that project. If you'd like your funds to go towards an initiative that you know of, please email your campaign link to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'd separate your campaign, so you can decide whom you want to transfer the funds to.
For Indian donors, you may make a contribution through debit/credit card, netbanking, online wallets, UPI, PayTM QR code, bank transfers or even via cheque While making a contribution from any other country, you may use your credit or debit card to participate in providing relief to Kerala.
For all Kerala flood relief and rehabilitation campaigns, Milaap charges NO fees. By default your dashboard will show an amount as Milaap fees (equivalent to 5% of funds raised). However, we will transfer this amount to the account after your campaign ends (i.e after the last transfer), for easy tracking and accounting purposes.
The system only allows you to submit one transfer request by default. However, we do understand the urgency. If you want us to process multiple requests, please share a google spreadsheet with all the details. to email@example.com with Subject line: 'Multiple transfers' and we'll do our best to expedite it.
There are two ways to participate in this effort. 1) Make a donation to any of the campaigns listed above. Anyone around the world can make a donation. 2) Start your own fundraiser for a local initiative/NGO and rally your friends and colleagues to contribute.
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