Marathwada Drought Relief Fund

Marathwada (region in Maharashtra, India) is suffering one of the worst droughts in the living memory. Severe drought has led to drinking water crisis in Marathwada. Women and children are forced to walk several miles for water in the sweltering heat. Hundreds of farmers committed suicide and thousands of people leaving their homes in a desperate attempt to survive.

To help the drought affected rural communities, we are preparing to supply water through tankers.

We aim to supply 100 tankers as soon as possible. 

Each Tanker (12000 Liters) costs Rupees 4000/-

Please help us to help the drought affected communities in Marathwada!
Rapid Response is a registered non-profit organisation and expert in providing emergency relief and rehabilitation services in 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 intervention in Tamilnadu and Jammu Kashmir has impacted thousands of lives! 

All donations to Rapid Response are 50% tax exempt under sec 80G.
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18th May 2016
Dear Supporters,

Chincholi Rao is one of the worst affected villages in Marathwada. As all the wells have completely dried, the local community has no choice other than walking several miles for water. In the past five days, we have managed to deliver 65,000 liters of water for 2500 people living in Chincholi Rao. We hope with your support, we’ll continue our supply until the rain starts in June. 

Thanks for your support!


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raised of Rs.400,000 goal

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Payment options: Online, cheque pickups

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

Supporters (18)

Imicreation donated Rs.5,000
Karanam donated Rs.500
Jayaram donated $100
Anonymous donated Rs.500

Pray this gets over soon.

Srini donated $100

Hopefully RR does justice with this money, Sorry if you feel doubted All the best

Vinoth donated Rs.500