Assam Floods – Urgent Appeal for Help! | Milaap
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Assam Floods – Urgent Appeal for Help!
of Rs.30,000
1 supporter
  • shabbir

    Created by

    shabbir shaik
  • RR

    This fundraiser will benefit

    Rapid Response

    from Guwahati, Assam

80G tax benefits for INR donations

The incessant rains and overflowing rivers have caused heavy flooding and landslides in Assam. Over 15 Lakh people have been affected. Thousands of villages are reeling under water and more than 1 Lakh hectares of cropland have been damaged. The flood water also widely damaged the houses, schools, bridges and road links across the state. Thousands of animals especially cattles have died and there is a possibility of an epidemic.

Rapid Response has started its relief operations in the worst affected areas of Assam. To scale up our ongoing relief efforts, we desperately need your support. Please donate as much as possible. The funds raised here will be used for....

Relief Kit (Includes Rice, Dal, Sugar, Salt and Cooking Oil) for 800 families 
   800 x Rs.1000 = 8,00,000
Bed Kit (Includes Sleeping Mat & Blanket) for 500 families
   500 x Rs. 600 = 3,00,000
Medical Camp in the worst affected 15 Villages
   15 x Rs.20,000 = 3,00,000

We request you to support this campaign and share with your friends and family. We will provide regular updates explaining how the money has spent on the ground. Thank you so much.

About Rapid Response:

Rapid Response is an award winning organisation, providing disaster relief and rehabilitation services across India. As a disaster relief agency, we help people to survive and rebuild their lives through our food, medical, education, shelter and livelihood programs. Our most recent interventions in Uttarakhand, Jammu Kashmir and Tamilnadu has impacted thousands of lives! All donations to Rapid Response are 50% tax exempt under sec 80G. To know more about our organisation please visit:

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