Oxygen SOS Delhi: Donate 500 BiPAP Ventilators now! | Milaap
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Oxygen SOS Delhi: Donate 500 BiPAP Ventilators now!
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Need Rs.30,000
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    Nikhil Shinde
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Bhartiya Navdeep Samiti and Foundation for Poverty Alleviation

    from New Delhi, Delhi

80G tax benefits for INR donations

There is only 1 Ventilator for 900 Covid+ people in New Delhi. 
Pledge with us to save lives in Delhi by donating BiPAP ventilators to public hospitals.

We are currently donating Spice Oxy ventilators to the hospitals through the Care Taking branch, Revenue Department, Delhi Govt through local suppliers at a cost of Rs. 99,500 + 12% GST.

Delhi has almost 10 lakh or 1 million Covid+ cases, but only 1168 ventilators. Let's save lives, one breath at a time!
Donate now and help Delhi fight the Oxygen crisis and lowering the daily 400 death toll. We urge you to come together and save a million lives in Delhi. Help Delhi breathe and spread the word in your personal and professional network, and urge all institutions/companies/businesses to donate generously for Delhi Oxygen SOS.

Help Delhi Breathe & Survive!
Umeed Project Team
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We are keeping our donors updated with weekly updates here and through emails, and frequent updates on our social handles. For direct donations, please drop us a mail at donate@umeedproject.org

Campaign Organizers:

Amir Siddiqui - Founder, Project Umeed Welfare Foundation - is known for his work in the media and social work sector. His motivating & empowering attitude merged with compassionate enthusiasm has helped us envision solutions that save lives in real time.

Chirag Mediratta - Co-founder, Project Umeed Welfare Foundation - is a behavior and cultural researcher & visiting faculty. His enterprising nature and commitment to the cause helps us scale up in no time with actionable solutions.

'Umeed Project' is run by a Delhi based registered NGO - Project Umeed Welfare Foundation with a coalition of NGOs and good samaritans on the ground since the first wave of Covid hit Delhi NCR. Till date, Umeed Project has provided continuous food and Covid-19 essential relief to more than 9,00,000 people across 43 locations in Delhi, UP, Rajasthan and NCT with 4,50,000 cooked meals and dry ration & essentials kit to more than 43,000 families.

Media & Collaborations
Food & Hospitality: Radisson hotels, Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Wendy’s
NGOs: Goonj, One family, Each one Feed one
Govt: Haryana govt, Delhi govt, MCG, MCD
Brands in Support: Vh1, Skillbox, Azadi Records, Reproduce Artists, Wildcity, Instrupad, Wendy's
Artist Community: Peeinghuman, Kunal Kamra, Kusha Kapila, Saba Azad, Madboy Mink, Papon, Papa Roach, Indian Ocean, Louiz Banks, Anushka Manchanda, Danish Hussain and more
Media coverage: Indian Express | Times Now | Umeed Project on IndiaTV | PeeingHuman on Umeed Project
Fundraisers: Milaap for Migrant & Vulnerable Families | Skillbox - Artists for a Cause | Shayarana Umeed

Organisation Details
This campaign is managed and executed by Project Umeed Welfare Foundation registered as Not-for-profits Section 8 NGO under Companies Act. The financial and admin management and transparency is maintained by our trusted partner  Bhartiya Navdeep Samiti - 80G & FCRA approved - registered in 2001 under Society Deed and has been doing tremendous work for the last 20 years.
Our association during the first wave helped us garner immediate support for the most vulnerable sections of society and since then we have worked together towards providing emergency relief for the most needy - migrant workers, daily wagers, non-contracted labour, widows, orphan children, high risk & vulnerable families, transgender community and those who need survival and food relief from dry ration, cooked meals, masks, Covid19 essentials, sanitary pads and even hospital emergencies in some cases.  

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