UMEED SOS: Food & Covid-19 Essentials for 50,000 families in Delhi | Milaap
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UMEED SOS: Food & Covid-19 Essentials for 50,000 families in Delhi
20%
Raised
Rs.4,051
of Rs.20,000
13 supporters
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    Created by

    Infinity Space Club
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Foundation For Poverty Alleviation

    from New Delhi, Delhi

80G tax benefits for INR donations

URGENT: Delhi is facing the highest number of cases and deaths everyday. People need us to help them with food, Covid-19 support, Oxygen Provisions, Child support (loss of both parents due to Covid-19), Ambulances and life saving essentials. 

"I believe being hungry will kill me before Corona!"

WITH YOUR HELP, our 250+ Volunteers have helped more than 9,00,000 people with 43000+ families with recurrent ration kits and above 4,50,000 community meals for people as of 30th April, 2021 across 48 locations across Delhi, NCT, UP, Bihar & Rajasthan. These are mostly from minorities, migrant labourers and single mothers.

We have made all our day wise data transparent at umeedproject.org and direct access here. We post updates daily on our instagram and twitter. Please allow us some time to update our digital properties due to the SOS Covid-19 situation.


We are raising funds to provide ESSENTIAL RELIEF KITS and Covid-19 support to 50,000  families in Delhi who are failing to source food & life essentials for their new borns and themselves. Most of them do not have any home, shelter, food, job, or money. And limited access to government services and aid.


The cost for 1 Relief Kit for a family of 4 to sustain them for 1 weeks is Rs. 500 and with your help, we can help them survive this pandemic. 



We urge you to help save the lives of the homeless starving vulnerable families and spread the word about the immediate help they need. 


Thanks,
Projet Umeed Welfare Foundation
Amir Siddiqui - Founder 
Chirag Mediratta - Co-founder

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