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Help set up COVID Care facilities - an effort led by IIMA alumni
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Rs.1,870,500
of Rs.2,000,000
159 supporters
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    Created by

    Utsav Kheria
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Society and Sristi

    from Bengaluru, Karnataka

80G tax benefits for INR donations

Current Situation:

Covid 19 has affected millions, with thousands dying daily. This second wave has caught all of us by surprise, and caused a huge surge in urgent need for hospital beds, oxygen and critical medicines.

Who are we supporting:

COVID patients with SpO2 between 80 and 94, and no comorbidities. We are establishing "step-down" facilities across cities/ towns. Think of it as a 'hospital minus 1 level'. Aim is to provide oxygen support and care to Covid+ patients in early stages of the disease or while recovery, so as to reduce load on hospital ICUs. Facilities will be free of cost, to the most needy. Your contribution here will lead to immediate impact. The first facility was launched with Covid India Campaign on 16th May.

Every INR 80,000 coming in will create an oxygenated bed.

Note: Rs. 15,00,000 was raised towards setting up the first facility in Bangalore in partnership with Covid India Campaign. More details on the facility below.

Funds over Rs. 15,00,000 will be used for additional facilitities, ramping our covid war room efforts and providing other relief material to rural India. We will keep sharing updates transparently on this page.

More details about the facility that has already been setup:

1. We worked in collaboration with Covid India Campaign (https://covidindiacampaign.org/) and the govt. of Karnataka, who have mobilised a group of frontline doctors, Rotarians, hospital owners, entrepreneurs and social workers to drive on ground implementation. They are in the process of opening 2 Covid Care Centres by 11th May.
2. The facility was set-up in collaboration with the govt. of Karnataka and service will be completely free of cost.
3. We were guided by Dr Naga Nishchal, India Head for Clinical Services, Cloud Nine Hospitals
4.  The facility was based in an unused Unani medical college, Bangalore. It will have 20 beds to start with.
5. Oxygen Concentrators and other equipment and consumables are available - SpO2 monitors , crash carts (with life saving medicines, defibrillators, etc., that can save a patient in life and death situation), basic injectables and IV drugs
6. Nurses and doctors were hired and trained to handle patient care

Points to note while donating:

- Currently accepting payments from cards issued in India only. Donors in other countries are requested to pay using Indian accounts if possible
- 80G certificate will be shared directly from the fundraiser page in a few days
- The NGO who will receive these funds is ICATT Foundation, the NGO supporting Covid India Campaign (https://covidindiacampaign.org/)
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