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Help Daily Wage Workers, Maids families affected by Coronavirus.

Hey guys.

We want to support 3000 families by transferring 1,000 to their account.

Kindly Note - We are transferring the amount immediately into their bank account and till now have transfered to 2000 families.

We at Mitti Ke Rang have started with COVID-19 community support fund raising. As an emergency response - to help provide a safety net to families which will help them to survive next 21 days. We aim to directly support these families by providing a minimum wage by transferring in their account.

This is about getting money in the hands of people who need our help,”

Daily Wage Workers
Maids
Laborers
Street Side vendors
Hawkers
Construction Workers
or anyone who is in need of support.

How are we transfering the amount?

We have a huge Network of Volunteers, fellows, friends, donors, social workers & Ngos.

So they are recommending us names of the families who needs the help urgently, so after collecting all their information we transfer the funds into their accounts.
The information regarding donor & the families to whom we donated will be available in our report and will be shared by everyone at the end of the campaign.
In case you need to reach out to them for any further assistance.

There are more than 50 NGOs & social groups we are supporting who are working on the ground. The police & local authorities are helping them for all permissions and safety.

And the amount are been transferred to ngos and individual Account through our volunteers of Mitti Ke Rang

Below is the link to the video made by, "The Logical Indian" which shall give you a brief about why we started Mitti Ke Rang.

https://www.facebook.com/logical.indian/videos/415521918852618/

Our Social Media:

LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mitti-ke-rang-mkr-81b230120/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/mitikerang?s=08

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mitti_ke_rang?r=nametag

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Mitikerang/


Details for direct bank transfer / UPI payments

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14th October 2020
Dear Supporters,

We are been transferring the funds to the families and updating the team Milaap on the same. Now, we have identified more families and so transferring them as earlier as possible.

Thank You All For Your Love & Support!!
Dear Supporters,

We are been transferring the funds to the families and updating the team Milaap on the same. Now, we have identified more families and so transferring them as earlier as possible.

Thank You All For Your Love & Support!!
25th June 2020
Amphan |  Cyclone relief | Impact Report ❤️
Dist. Date *17/06/2020* *Wednesday*

Village Name* - Tangramari, Muchikhola
*Dist* - North 24 Parganas

Standing by the people not only during the hard times of COVID -19 but also natural calamities like AMPHAN, which has brought a severe distress in Westbengal. MKR supported "Nabadiganta Tapassya Foundation" a NGO from Kolkata currently working on the Amphan Cyclone relief.

Mitti ke Rang continues to reach out to more and more people through various ways possible;

The Report provided by the organisation  :
AMPHAN CYCLONE RELIEF REPORT
2nd Phase

*Dist. Date *17/06/2020* *Wednesday*
,
*Dry Food Distribution :-*

*Total Family* -859
*Total Head-*  *3636(Adult -3298, Child- 338)*

*Total Distributed Tripal today -* 396 pcs.

*Per Family  Items*
Rice - 5 Kg per Family.
Dal- 2 Kg per Family.
Sugar - 1 Kg per Family.
Salt - 1 Kg per Family.
Mustard Oil - 2 Liter Per family.
Soyabin - 500 gm Per Family.
Milk - Only Child.
Saree - 1 pcs Per Family.
Lungi - 1 Pcs per Family.
Soap - 2 Pcs Per Family.
Candle - 1 Packet Per Family.
Mask - 4 Pcs Per Family.
Sanitary Napkin - 8 Nos. Per Family.

The contribution made by MKR helped the organisation to reach out to more people, suffering due to the heavy loss due to this natural calamity.
















Amphan |  Cyclone relief | Impact Report ❤️
Dist. Date *17/06/2020* *Wednesday*

Village Name* - Tangramari, Muchikhola
*Dist* - North 24 Parganas

Standing by the people not only during the hard times of COVID -19 but also natural calamities like AMPHAN, which has brought a severe distress in Westbengal. MKR supported "Nabadiganta Tapassya Foundation" a NGO from Kolkata currently working on the Amphan Cyclone relief.

Mitti ke Rang continues to reach out to more and more people through various ways possible;

The Report provided by the organisation  :
AMPHAN CYCLONE RELIEF REPORT
2nd Phase

*Dist. Date *17/06/2020* *Wednesday*
,
*Dry Food Distribution :-*

*Total Family* -859
*Total Head-*  *3636(Adult -3298, Child- 338)*

*Total Distributed Tripal today -* 396 pcs.

*Per Family  Items*
Rice - 5 Kg per Family.
Dal- 2 Kg per Family.
Sugar - 1 Kg per Family.
Salt - 1 Kg per Family.
Mustard Oil - 2 Liter Per family.
Soyabin - 500 gm Per Family.
Milk - Only Child.
Saree - 1 pcs Per Family.
Lungi - 1 Pcs per Family.
Soap - 2 Pcs Per Family.
Candle - 1 Packet Per Family.
Mask - 4 Pcs Per Family.
Sanitary Napkin - 8 Nos. Per Family.

The contribution made by MKR helped the organisation to reach out to more people, suffering due to the heavy loss due to this natural calamity.
















20th June 2020
Hello Everyone, Happy to share that with all your support we were able to raise 20 Lakhs INR, as we all know Covid cases are increasing at a rapid rate we have decided to increase our target to 30 Lakhs ( 3 Million INR )

Lets do it together?

Jai ho
Hello Everyone, Happy to share that with all your support we were able to raise 20 Lakhs INR, as we all know Covid cases are increasing at a rapid rate we have decided to increase our target to 30 Lakhs ( 3 Million INR )

Lets do it together?

Jai ho
Rs.2,346,365 raised

Goal: Rs.3,000,000

Beneficiary: Amit Jain info_outline

Supporters (2700)

LP
Lily donated S$25
SD
Saira donated Rs.2,500

For your vegetable bhaiyyas and fruit chachas :)

VM
Varun donated €9
A
Anonymous donated Rs.500
n
neelnahar1998 donated Rs.100
A
Anonymous donated Rs.100