#CycloneOckhi Relief Appeal - Kanyakumari

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On 30th November 2017, Cyclone Ockhi with heavy rains and severe winds left a trail of destruction in Kanyakumari district of Tamil Nadu. Thousands of trees and electricity poles were uprooted. The cyclone has killed several people and badly affected the livelihoods of farming and fishing communities in Kanyakumari.

As per the preliminary report received from our ground assessment team there is a dire need of food - dry ration to sustain the affected families who are displaced and lost everything during the cyclone.

We have started the relief operations in the worst affected areas of Kanyakumari. To scale up our relief efforts, we desperately need your support. The funds raised here will be used to distribute 600 Relief Kits. Each relief kit costs Rs 1000 which contains rice, wheat, dal, salt, sugar, cooking oil and biscuit packets.

All donations to Rapid Response are 50% tax exempt under sec 80G. Please donate and share our campaign with your friends and family. Thank you!
 
About Us:

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 Tamilnadu, Assam and Bihar have impacted thousands of lives! Rapid Response is also an N/Core Alpha Winner, recognized as one of the most promising non profits in India and rated as one of the 20 non profits solving India's greatest challenges! To know more about our organisation please visit: www.rapidresponse.org.in

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Rs.4,000
raised of Rs.600,000 goal

3 Supporters

19 Days to go

Payment options: Online, cheque pickups

Beneficiary: Rapid Response info_outline
Only INR donations accepted
80G tax benefits for INR donations

Supporters (3)

M
Mahendran donated Rs.500
NJ
Nagarathna donated Rs.1,500
A
Asha donated Rs.2,000