Uplift Org Fundraiser | Milaap
Uplift Org Fundraiser
of Rs.50,000
3 supporters
  • RM

    Created by

    Revant More
  • UO

    This fundraiser will benefit

    Uplift Org

    from Kolkata, West Bengal


                                                                        "There is no higher religion than human service. To work for the common good is the greatest creed." ~ Woodrow Wilson
 This quote pretty much sums up the aim that we have here at Uplift Org. Started by two teenage boys with an idea to make a small difference to the world through the perks of technology and resources they have within their reach, today Uplift Org has more than 1200 followers on Instagram and more importantly, the organisation has curated quite a number of donation drives, cultural programmes and what not.
           Initiated about a year ago on 3rd October by Revant More and Akshat Saraogi, the main aim of Uplift Org has been to help the underprivileged and uplift poverty-stricken people in their daily strides of life. "Sharing is caring" has been the magic mantra for everyone associated with Uplift Org. Since its establishment, Uplift Org has already conducted many food donation drives, mask distribution campaigns, numerous health & hygiene awareness programmes in the slums of West Bengal as well as cultural functions on the occasions of Diwali and Women's Day, among many other undertakings.
                       Another important aspect of Uplift Org's plan of action is collaborations with other like-minded people and organisations which can help to achieve our aim quicker and in a better way. We hope to carry our mission forward with full enthusiasm and passion and will be grateful if our endeavours can make even a small difference in the life of even one person. With our head full of ideas and body full of vibrant spirit, we aspire to do justice to the name of the organisation and truly uplift the needful from the clutches of poverty and lack of daily means.
                       "Great works are performed not by strength but by perseverance." ~ Samuel Johnson

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