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Indian Footy Pioneer Faces Battle

World Footy News May 16 2019

From the earliest days of Australian Rules football in India, one young man has dedicated his time beyond expectations to help grow the game. Sumesh Sawant (also known to some as Sumesh Bond) has been involved as a player, coach, official, teacher and so many other roles and he is only 24 years old. Read more

Sai Parivar to purchase body van through crowd-funding

The Avenue Mail May 16 2019

Sai Parivar Vishwa Seva Sansthan, Jamshedpur, has joined hands with MILAP, a crowd funding agency, to collect donations for purchasing a van. The van would be used for carrying corpses, said outfit members. Read more

Paying It Forward: Org Turns ‘Zero Interest’ Loans to Farmers into Something Amazing!

The Better India May 11 2019

“The reasons why the farmers were resorting to suicide seemed like issues that could be addressed – some spoke of not having money to educate their children while for some it was the lack of money for their daughter’s marriage.” Read more

Cyclone Fani: Here’s How You Can Help Rebuild Odisha

Outlook Traveller May 06 2019

Last Friday saw the deadly Cyclone Fani hit India’s east coast and Bangladesh. The areas most affected by the (extremely severe) cyclone included Odisha and parts of West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Read more

In the wake of Cyclone Fani, Odisha emerges a role model in disaster preparedness

YourStory May 05 2019

In preparation for Cyclone Fani, the state of Odisha carried out ‘one of the biggest human evacuations in history,’ with more than a million people evacuated into 9,000 shelters in 24 hours. Read more

Cyclone Fani: Here’s how you can help

The News Minute May 05 2019

Massive relief and restoration work is underway to provide basic facilities – electricity, water supply and mobile connectivity – to the affected people in Odisha. Read more

India’s first ever woman footballer to be invited to play in La Liga struggling for finances

Fox Sports Asia May 05 2019

Women’s football is still an aspect of the sport which is largely overlooked. It is increasingly difficult for talented women to follow their dreams in relation to the game. For India based Brishti Bagchi, however, things were just starting to kick off, until her dream of moving to Spain was shattered. Read more

This Compassionate 82-YO Has Helped 23,000+ Terminally Ill People Live Their Last Days in Dignity & Peace

The Better India May 04 2019

“The help we provide them is completely free of charge. Whether for the bed, medicines, counselling, or the food we provide. Whether rich or poor, belonging to any religion or caste, we accept all patients who come our way,” says Rao. Read more

Yasminee’s Shelter Home for the Homeless

The CSR Journal May 04 2019

The small heroic acts that people perform in their limited capacities are more inspirational and have power to create a bigger impact than the big radical ideas of changing the society. Read more

Sunshine story: This 'doctor' prescribes laughter to kids with cancer

Mid Day May 03 2019

The 'doctor' is Pravin Tulpule, 58, a retired Navy officer, who comes to the ward dressed as a clown to lighten the mood for the cancer patients Read more

Kin of liver patient in Andhra Pradesh turn to crowdfunding for aid

The New Indian Express May 01 2019

Appa Rao, husband of K Lakshmi who is in ICU due to a chronic liver disease, is now running from pillar to post to pool in Rs 30 lakh to save his wife’s life Read more

Milaap Crowdfunding Helps Cancer Patients

Trinity Mirror Apr 26 2019

2-year-old Sagnik was such a happy child! When he was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma Stage IV cancer, there was hardly anything his father would not do to save him

Lake rejuvenation: A restart from periphery

Deccan Herald Apr 26 2019

Faced with the prospect of an impending water catastrophe, shrinking lakes and a culture of rampant encroachments, lake rejuvenation had entered Bengaluru’s lexicon as a fashionable buzzword. Read more

On a mission to revive 45 city lakes by 2025

Deccan Herald Apr 25 2019

Rejuvenating three near-dead lakes on the city’s outskirts through a ‘natural,’ citizen-driven way, Anand Malligavad is on a mission: To revive 45 lakes by 2025. Read more

Unbearable pain, Burning skin: A brutal acid attack

Vanitha Apr 25 2019

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What this mountaineer scaling Mt Aconcagua has to do with building a school in Hyderabad

The New Indian Express Apr 24 2019

Hyderabad-based Sphoorti Foundation is in need of funds for a new school and Mountaineer VJ Nagender Rao is going to climb one of the most dangerous peaks of the world to help them do so Read more

Tejas R heads to France to represent India at the Street Football World Festival

Bangalore Mirror Apr 21 2019

Freestyle football champion Tejas R is heading to France to represent India at the Street Football World Festival Read more

Water bowls to bird boxes: How people are helping animals beat the heat this summer

The News Minute Apr 16 2019

These organisations and individuals across south India have taken it upon themselves to ensure that stray animals and birds have it a little easier this punishing summer. Read more

Water bowls to bird boxes: How people are helping animals beat the heat this summer

The News Minute Apr 16 2019

These organisations and individuals across south India have taken it upon themselves to ensure that stray animals and birds have it a little easier this punishing summer. Read more

ACID ATTACK SURVIVORS

In The Now Apr 15 2019

Nearly 1,500 acid attacks happen worldwide every year. 80% of the victims are women while most of the attackers escape punishment. Read more

Solomon the "Appa" of 47 HIV+ Kids

In The Now Apr 15 2019

These HIV+ kids were abandoned by their families and society. This man took them in and changed their lives forever. Read more

Indian footballer headed to the Spanish League

The Hindu Business Line Apr 05 2019

Bengaluru-based soccer player Brishti Bagchi may become the first Indian woman to play in the Spanish League, if all goes well. Read more

Why Pakistani Hindus leave their homes for India

Times of India Apr 04 2019

The refugees live in makeshift houses and tents in Delhi. Read more

Be of help to someone through crowdfunding

Dainik Jagran Apr 03 2019

Crowdfunding is becoming an easier option to help people over the past few years. Read more

यह मिस्त्री हर साल बन जाता है ‘मॉन्स्टर मैन’, ताकि करवा सके गरीब दिव्यांग बच्चों का इलाज!

The Better India Apr 01 2019

बन जाता है ‘मॉन्स्टर मैन’, ताकि करवा सके गरीब दिव्यांग बच्चों का इलाज! by निशा डागर 6 months ago 14 शेयर्स शेयर करे ट्वीट करे Share कर्नाटक के उदुपी में हर साल कृष्ण-जन्माष्टमी पर देश-विदेशों से लोग यहाँ घुमने आते हैं। इस मौके पर स्थानीय कलाकार अलग-अलग समूहों में रंग-बिरंगे कॉस्टयूम पहनकर और करतब दिखाकर उनका मनोरंजन करते हैं। ये सभी कलाकार अपनी कला से कुछ पैसे कमाना चाहते हैं। Read more

Indian healthcare providers should recommend crowdfunding to patients who cannot arrange funds: Anoj Viswanathan

Pharmabiz Mar 30 2019

Indian healthcare providers should recommend crowdfunding to patients who cannot arrange funds for their treatments within a short period of time, said Anoj Viswanathan of Milaap, India's largest crowdfunding website. “Cancer care, organ transplants and any such medical emergency are popularly crowd-funded online on Milaap. We have collaborated with over 300 hospitals across India from where fundraisers frequent for the process of swift verification and fund transfer”, Viswanathan, who is Milaap's Co-Founder and President, told Pharmabiz in an email. Read more

RJ, a savior for people in distress

The Pioneer Mar 30 2019

Mr. Raghavendra Jakkamshetty is a 30-year-old and an IT employee with a covetable job in a leading MNC. Presently working on-site at Minnesota, US, the successful career of this man native to Attili village is not the reason you should know him.

A voice for the unheard

Telangana Today Mar 30 2019

Neehaari Mandali has not just overcome her own trauma but also started the NGO ‘Burn Survivor Mission Saviour’ to help, counsel and rehabilitate other victims. Read more

This Mumbaikar Might Be Only 26 But He Has Already Rescued 10,000+ Animals!

https://www.thebetterindia.com/176635/mumbaikar-rescues-protects-wild-animals-in-mumbai/ Mar 29 2019

Saving thousands of animals and inspiring several Mumbaikars to rehabilitate them, Pawan is setting an example of how humans and animals can co-exist in a city like Mumbai Read more

The generous crowd

Hindu Business Line Mar 29 2019

The joy of giving gets a digital avatar — crowdfunding platforms that allow anyone, anywhere to donate even a few rupees to a fellow human in need, a cause they identify with, or even a political party they want to see victorious at the hustings Read more

For Pak Hindus, home is where the mind is without fear

Times of India Mar 29 2019

Almost every family living in the two refugee colonies in the capital for Hindus from Pakistan has a story to tell on what impelled them to leave their homes and flee to India Read more

81-year-old Kishore Rao has cared for 20,000 Cancer patients

Sanje Prabha Mar 28 2019

81-year-old Kishore Rao quit 28 years of a successful corporate career and his high profile job to provide care to ailing Cancer patients. Read more

A rare genetic disorder with no known cure

Kendhooli Mar 28 2019

The worst part about having a child with a rare disease is that it is difficult to tell when the symptoms get malicious, or find a quick way to control it during emergency situations. Little Aadhya is 3, and has been diagnosed with Leigh’s syndrome, a rare genetic disorder which affects all important organs, especially the brain and the nervous system.

This 26-year-old Mumbaikar rescues and rehabilitates wild animals, birds, and reptiles

YourStory Mar 28 2019

Rescuing over 1,000 wild animals every year since its inception, Resqink Association for Wildlife Welfare also aims to educate people and dispel myths and misconceptions about wild animals Read more

81-year-old Kishore Rao has cared for 20,000 Cancer patients

Indu Sanje Mar 28 2019

81-year-old Kishore Rao quit 28 years of a successful corporate career and his high profile job to provide care to ailing Cancer patients. Read more

From doctor to entrepreneur: this Pune doctor provides free medical treatment to beggars

YourStory Mar 28 2019

Dr Abhijit Sonawane and his wife have performed over 160 cataract operations, and have also supported 50 elderly beggars to leave the begging profession. Read more

Milaap suports Akbar family

Eesanje Mar 28 2019

A few months back, Akbar Ali met with an horrifying accident. He slipped into a coma, and underwent multiple surgeries, besides intensive rehabilitation. Read more

`ஒரு குடிசை, பென்ச்.. இதுதான் மருத்துவமனை..!’-பழங்குடி மக்களுக்காக வாழ்க்கையை அர்ப்பணித்த தம்பதி

Vikatan Mar 27 2019

இந்தியா முழுவதும் 500-க்கும் மேற்பட்ட பழங்குடியின கிராமங்கள் இருக்கின்றன. அவற்றில் பல இன்றுவரை வெளியுலகுடன் தொடர்பற்ற நிலையில் இருக்கிறது. Read more

സ്‌പെഷ്യല്‍ ഒളിമ്പിക്‌സ്; ഗോകുലിന് രണ്ട് വെള്ളി

Janmabhoomi Mar 27 2019

കൊച്ചി: അബുദാബിയില്‍ നടന്ന സ്‌പെഷ്യല്‍ ഒളിമ്പിക്‌സില്‍ മലയാളി താരം ആര്‍. ഗോകുല്‍ തിളക്കമാര്‍ന്ന പ്രകടനം കാഴ്ചവെച്ചു. ലോങ്ങ് ജമ്പിലും 4-400 മീറ്റര്‍ റിലെയിലും ഈ പാലക്കാട്ടുകാരന്‍ വെള്ളി മെഡലുകള്‍ സ്വന്തമാക്കി. നൂറ് മീറ്ററില്‍ നാലാമനായി ഓടിയെത്തി. Read more

25-year-old Bengaluru boy rescues 70 strays

Suvrana Times Mar 27 2019

Harris Ali is only 25, but he has rescued over 70 strays from the streets of Bangalore Read more

Online communities come forward for medical emergencies

Daily Pehredaar Mar 26 2019

The trend of raising money for medical requirements through online communities is picking up in Chandigarh. Read more

Mumbaiwale: The taekwondo champ who returns to his slum to give kids a helping hand

Hindustan Times Mar 25 2019

Onetime slum resident Jaydeep Kadam, gives local kids a fighting chance at success with free martial arts training Read more

This Mumbaikar is teaching self-defence to underprivileged kids with free taekwondo lessons

YourStory Mar 25 2019

Jaydeep Kadam has been teaching taekwondo to underprivileged kids for free at a municipal school in Chembur, Mumbai, since 2013; over 70 children attend his classes now, and he aims to open his own martial arts school soon. Read more

सोलेक्थॉनची 'सोलार' सवारी

Maharashtra Times Mar 22 2019

स्पर्धेचा एक विशिष्ट टप्पा पार केल्यानंतर अचानक त्यांच्या कारमध्ये तांत्रिक बिघाड झाला. पण वाटेत आलेल्या या संकटानं न डगमगता त्यावर यशस्वीपणे आणि हुशारीनं मात करत ती टीम स्पर्धेच्या अंतिम फेरीत पोहोचली. Read more

Online communities come forward for medical emergencies

Daily Pehredaar Mar 19 2019

The trend of raising money for medical requirements through online communities is picking up in Chandigarh. Read more

Online communities come forward for medical emergencies

Arth Prakash Mar 15 2019

The trend of raising money for medical requirements through online communities is picking up in Chandigarh. Read more

Online communities come forward for medical emergencies

Hind Janpath Mar 15 2019

The trend of raising money for medical requirements through online communities is picking up in Chandigarh. Read more

Online communities in Chandigarh help to fund its healthcare requirements

Yugmarg Mar 15 2019

More than 200 campaigns have been setup on Milaap, India's biggest medical crowdfunding platform Read more

Women street vendors to receive solar lamps

The Hindu Mar 14 2019

After sunset, it is a struggle for street vendors. If they are lucky, they will have a street light shine on their wares. Or else, they have to carry gas lanterns to work. For women street vendors, sunset brings the added issue of safety. Read more

Crowdfunding to help a patient for super treatment

North East Times Mar 13 2019

Sanjib lives in the small village of Nalbari, Assam. Read more