OMICRON RELIEF FUND - Avoiding the Third Wave | Milaap
OMICRON RELIEF FUND - Avoiding the Third Wave
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  • santosh

    Created by

    santosh Kumar
  • sk

    This fundraiser will benefit

    santosh kumar

    from New Delhi, Delhi


CORONAVIRUS RELIEF FUND - Avoiding the Third Wave. Please make a small contribution to provide food to the needy and homeless.
Throughout the last decade, we have been at the forefront in providing urgent relief materials and aid to the Daily Wages Worker and Homeless People.
Homeless are hardly aware of the dangers of Coronavirus and the solutions available to fight against it. 
We are providing all necessary help and services to this vulnerable section of society in a time of crisis. Come out in support of your fellow beings.
I know my friends can afford to support at least one family for a month and help me reach this goal. I am personally supporting at least 5 families over the next 3 weeks. As you make a contribution towards a family.

Support from Friends, Family, and Jhuggi/ Colony Pradhan's has been encouraging and is enabling us to make a difference in these tough circumstances. But millions more need us. The cost of each cooked meal is ₹150 and the cost of each grocery kit is ₹3500. Each grocery kit contains rice, pulses, oil, spices, and vegetables that can serve 2 people with 42 meals for 21 days.
We Plan to prepare Food Packets And Ration Kit and distribute the same with the Help of Colony/Jhuggi Pradhan of the nearby Area. We will provide more than 500 packets twice a day. A Little Help from us can help the most vulnerable affected by the coronavirus in these time.
'Support the daily wage earner, Beggars and slum dwellers,' - this fundraiser is organized by Santosh Kumar of Delhi India. where the money raised will provide the needy with soaps, sanitizers, masks, food packets, and medicines.

Some of the areas are covered, Bawana Industrial Area, Kapashera Border, Samalkha Jhuggi, Naraina Jhuggi, and Shakurpur Basti, Delhi India.

Frequently Asked Questions, addressed by Team Milaap

1) Are there any fees associated with the campaign?
No. Milaap is a free fundraising platform. We do not deduct any fees from your donation.  You are however welcome to make a voluntary tip to cover for our expenses while making the donation.

2) Are there bank transfer/wire options available for international donors?
Yes, there are 2 options.

 1) For Donors outside India and USA:
You can make a transfer to the following bank account

Beneficiary Name / Milaap Social Ventures USA
Account Number / 9800991814
Type of Account / Checking
Beneficiary Address / 5335 Montrose Drive,
Dallas, TX 75209
Bank name / Evolve Bank & Trust
ABA Routing Number / 084106768
Bank Address / 6070 Poplar Ave, Suite 200
Memphis, TN 38119

Please send an email to and with the transfer details to receive acknowledgement. Acknowledgement will be issued within 1-2 working days.

2) For DAFs, Family Foundations and HNIs in the US
Donations above $5000 towards this initiative can be made through Milaap’s 501c3 partner in the US and will receive tax-exemption for US tax-residents.

Name: Asset India Foundation
EIN: 20-5139364  
Account # 2602388791
Routing # 122105278
Bank name: Wells Fargo Bank  
Swift code: WFBIUS6S

Please send an email to and with the transfer details to receive acknowledgement.  Acknowledgement will be issued within 1-2 working days.

3) Why are the exchange rates lower than real-time values?
We assure you that exchange rate you see at the time of donation is purely notional - funds raised in all foreign currencies (we support around 12+ international currencies apart from INR) are held in our US custodian account and transferred as $ when the organizers request the same.

The exchange rate they receive in Rupees is based on that date of receipt of funds through their bank. For example, current (27-04-2021) notional FX rate on site is 52 INR / SGD whereas the equivalent FX rate at the time of transfer (on 27-04-2021) to recipient is around ~ 55 INR / SGD

The notional value of keeping a slightly lower exchange rate for display is to ensure that fundraisers don't suffer from a shortage should there be a fluctuation/volatility in currency movements. So we are conservative with our display. Please note that we make no money directly or indirectly in FX arbitrages or floats associated with it.

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