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You just can’t afford to be sick

Hindu Business Line Dec 03 2018

When patients exhaust their savings and health insurance and still have to pay, they have nowhere to go,” he says, and “that’s where crowdfunding comes in.” Read more

Milaap activities spread in Kerala

Siraj Nov 30 2018

Milaap's activities are now spread across Kerala. Various donation activities are being fulfilled by Milaap. People from Thrissur, Kochi, Malappuram, and Thiruvananthapuram have used Milaap as their fundraising platfrom for their financial needs. Majority of these were for cancer treatments and organ transplantation. Read more

Milaap activities spread in Kerala

Metro Vaartha Nov 30 2018

Milaap's activities are now spread across Kerala. Various donation activities are being fulfilled by Milaap. People from Thrissur, Kochi, Malappuram, and Thiruvananthapuram have used Milaap as their fundraising platfrom for their financial needs. Majority of these were for cancer treatments and organ transplantation. Read more

Mysuru region taps online crowdsourcing for medical care

EN Bulletin Nov 27 2018

The number of residents from Mysuru and nearby districts opting for online crowdfunding is on the rise Read more

Mysuru region taps online crowdsourcing for medical care

Nyoooz Nov 27 2018

The number of residents from Mysuru and nearby districts opting for online crowdfunding is on the rise Read more

Crowdfunding for medical expenses on the rise in Mysuru

Prajavani Nov 27 2018

The number of residents from Mysuru opting for online crowdfunding to raise funds for medical expenses has seen an increase. According to statistics made available from India’s leading crowdfunding portal Milaap, the percentage of medical fundraisers has increased from 24 per cent in 2016 to 40 per cent in 2018 (to date). Read more

Mysuru region taps online crowdsourcing for medical care

Financial Examiner Nov 27 2018

The number of residents from Mysuru and nearby districts opting for online crowdfunding is on the rise Read more

Mysuru region taps online crowdsourcing for medical care

Times of India Nov 27 2018

The number of residents from Mysuru and nearby districts opting for online crowdfunding is on the rise Read more

Mysuru region taps online crowdsourcing for medical care

The Finreviewer Nov 27 2018

The number of residents from Mysuru and nearby districts opting for online crowdfunding is on the rise Read more

Mysuru region taps online crowdsourcing for medical care

ZTribune Nov 27 2018

The number of residents from Mysuru and nearby districts opting for online crowdfunding is on the rise Read more

Crowdfunding for medical expenses on the rise in Mysuru

Udayakala Nov 24 2018

The number of residents from Mysuru opting for online crowdfunding to raise funds for medical expenses has seen an increase. According to statistics made available from India’s leading crowdfunding portal Milaap, the percentage of medical fundraisers has increased from 24 per cent in 2016 to 40 per cent in 2018 (to date). Read more

Solace to console

Metrovaartha (Kochi life) Nov 24 2018

The name Solace and Sheeba Ameer are not new to the charity arena. Sheeba Ameer is a renowned charity activist who helps the financially backward cancer patients. While opening the Solace center at Thrissur, she dreamt of taking care of the children who suffered from cancer. Ameer, her husband also stood beside her. The number of patients went on increasing. Not only cancer patients but those diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and Thalassemia also approached Solace. Around 15 lakh rupees are spent by Solace per month to carry out various surgeries, chemotherapy and the like. The number of people working for Solace also increased. Solace has its centers set up at Kochi, Kozhikode, Malappuram, and Pattambi along with the one at Thrissur.

Ahanya Needs to Overcome the pain so that she can smile

Kerala Kaumudhi Nov 22 2018

Ahanya and her family are in a difficult phase of their lives. Things began when Ahanya was caught by an incurable fever. Later on, Ahanya was diagnosed with Sojia. There is no medicine that can cure the disease but a Rs 14000 injection and Rs 6000 worth medicines can reduce the severe pain caused due to the disease. The injection and the medicines are to be taken every month. Read more

Milaap: Extending a helping hand in treating the poor

Kalakaumudhi Nov 21 2018

Milaap, the country's largest crowd funding platform, that aids the poor and needy for medical treatment, expands its activities in Kerala too. Company's crowd funding platform gives space and extends its support to the people who face unexpected challenges in life. Online crowd funding which is very popular outside India got its momentum when the state govt. also entered in the field. Milaap had initiated a flood relief collection drive on its own before the state govt. mooted the idea. With more than 300 fund raisers coming up with 232 projects, Milaap has already collected Rs.1.82 cr Read more

Crowdfunding to the aid of poor patients in Mysuru

The Hindu Nov 21 2018

The digital phenomenon of crowdfunding appears to have come to the aid of many poor patients in Mysuru. About 40% of the estimated 150 fundraisers from Mysuru are for medical expenses by people, who are unable to afford the rising costs of life-saving treatment. Read more

2-year-old Ayaan needs the help of kind-hearted people

Mathrubhumi UAE Nov 21 2018

In a last-ditch attempt to save the life of his son, Kasargod resident Shuaib is looking for help from kind-hearted people. Shuaib moved to Sharjah in 2007, and had been working as a helper in a computer shop in Sharjah for ten year Read more

Seek and you shall get

The New Indian Express Nov 19 2018

Crowdfunding is changing the way people are realising their dreams, and how! Apart from raising money for medical treatments, more and people are turning to this mode to raise money for projects close to their heart. Whether you are contesting elections or saving a community radio service, like-minded people are using the Internet to spread the word and contribute to causes they identify with. Read more

Bothered by high medical expenses? Try crowdfunding, its a good platform for the needy

MoneyControl Nov 15 2018

In the last three years, crowdfunding has become one of the primary ways to meet medical costs, especially if the amount is north of Rs 10 lakh. Read more

These Kids who are out of the system have received a new lease of life through Kaliyuva Mane

Hello Mysore Nov 15 2018

Established in 1999, ‘Kaliyuva Mane’ is a special school for underprivileged children. In August 1992, staying in a village, Ananth Kumar, the founder of ‘Kaliyuva Mane’ started teaching the rural poor children. This school is a place where dropouts, child labourers, children from traumatic backgrounds, children from broken families and underprivileged children are getting a chance to live and are able to start new lives all over again. Read more

Teachers turn drivers to save school in DK

Deccan Herald Nov 14 2018

Two teachers at Darul Islam Aided Higher Primary School double as drivers ferrying children to school and back, making as many as 3 trips in the morning and evening. Read more

Digital crowdfunding emerges as an alternative financing option for cancer care

BioVoice Nov 14 2018

Cancer is becoming one of the major causes for death in India. According to the cancer registry released by the Indian Council of Medical Research, cancer is estimated to increase by 25 per cent by 2020. Around 2.5 million people in India are living with this disease and every year more than 7 lakh new cancer patients are registered from which 5, 56,400 die Read more

Kaliyuva Mane takes baby steps towards inclusive growth

Deccan Herald Nov 13 2018

With a view to ensure the welfare and development of children, inclusive welfare and inclusive development have become key words for many organizations Read more

DIRECTOR SHANKARLING SUGNALLI BATTLING FOR LIFE

Chitraloka Nov 12 2018

Director Shankarling Sugnalli is battling for his life after a severe bout of H1N1 attack. The swine-flu has destroyed the 54-year-old director's lungs and debilitated his body. It has resulted in Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. He is being treated at the BGS Hospital and is in need of acute treatment. Read more

Milaap raises funds for bone cancer patient

NewsHunt Nov 11 2018

The biopsy revealed that Nadeem was suffering from a high-grade bone cancer called osteosarcoma. Read more

Milaap raises funds for bone cancer patient

Deccan Chronicle Nov 11 2018

The biopsy revealed that Nadeem was suffering from a high-grade bone cancer called osteosarcoma. Read more

Selfless Sister Act: How Priyanka T gave more than half her liver to save her sister's life

Edex Live Nov 09 2018

Twenty five-year-old Sindhu had been diagnosed with drug-induced liver damage and the only remedy was to get a liver transplant Read more

Social media impact is continuous: VVS Laxman

Hans India Nov 09 2018

Social media has been making impact every minute all over the world, said former cricketer VVS Laxman while speaking at an interactive session at the Social Media Summit Amaravati 2018 organised by the Andhra Pradesh Tourism Authority here on Friday. The summit will conclude on Saturday. Read more

Crowdfunding bid to revive Meghalaya school

The Telegraph Nov 08 2018

Spurred by CM's donation, IAS officer leads effort on Milaap for Songadingre lower primary school Read more

Meghalaya bureaucrat leads crowdfunding campaign to renovate West Garo Hills school

Northeast Now Nov 08 2018

Bureaucrat Swapnil Tambe is taking a leaf out of the book of Chief Minister Conrad Sangma who donated Rs 3.14 lakh for renovation of a school in West Khasi Hills Read more

Every Sunday This Doctor and His Team Treat 700-1200 Patients — Free of Cost

FaithWire Nov 07 2018

For the last 44 years, Dr. Ramana Rao has cured or treated over two million people in India — at no cost. Dr. Rao is the physician for a clinic in Bangalore, India, which also happens to be the oldest free clinic in the world. Read more

Social Media summit & awards programmes to be held on Nov 9, 10

Business Standard Nov 07 2018

SMSA is a massive national movement started in 2017 connecting people, content creators and conversations around emerging trends in media, importantly social media which is now one of world's biggest medium to communicate, promote and develop individually as a community. For more information, visit: https://www.smsummit.in/ . Read more

44 let brezplačno zdravi revne

Slovenske Novice Nov 07 2018

Dolgih 44 let vodi dobrotnik dr. Ramana Rao v Bangaloru v Indiji brezplačno kliniko za reveže. Vsako nedeljo vse od leta 1974 odpre vrata ambulante in ponuja zdravstveno oskrbo obubožanim. Sprva je k njemu prihajala le peščica, danes pa oskrbi med 700 in 1200 bolnikov na dan. Tako veliko jih seveda ne bi zmogel oskrbeti sam, pomaga mu ekipa 35 ljudi, tudi njegova žena in dva sinova, ki sta prav tako zdravnika. Read more

Social Media summit & awards programmes to be held on Nov 9, 10

Daily Hunt Nov 07 2018

SMSA is a massive national movement started in 2017 connecting people, content creators and conversations around emerging trends in media, importantly social media which is now one of world's biggest medium to communicate, promote and develop individually as a community. For more information, visit: https://www.smsummit.in/ . Read more

Social Media summit & awards programmes to be held on Nov 9, 10

PR News Wire Nov 07 2018

SMSA is a massive national movement started in 2017 connecting people, content creators and conversations around emerging trends in media, importantly social media which is now one of world's biggest medium to communicate, promote and develop individually as a community. For more information, visit: https://www.smsummit.in/ . Read more

Social Media summit & awards programmes to be held on Nov 9, 10

The Week Nov 07 2018

SMSA is a massive national movement started in 2017 connecting people, content creators and conversations around emerging trends in media, importantly social media which is now one of world's biggest medium to communicate, promote and develop individually as a community. For more information, visit: https://www.smsummit.in/ . Read more

Social Media summit & awards programmes to be held on Nov 9, 10

UNI Nov 07 2018

SMSA is a massive national movement started in 2017 connecting people, content creators and conversations around emerging trends in media, importantly social media which is now one of world's biggest medium to communicate, promote and develop individually as a community. For more information, visit: https://www.smsummit.in/ . Read more

Selama 5 Tahun Mengenakan Kostum Mengerikan, yang Dilakukan Pria Ini Ternyata Sungguh Menyentuh Hati

Intisari Online Nov 07 2018

Jika melihat sebuah kostum yang menyeramkan, mungkin orang akan berpikir bahwa ia adalah karakter jahat. Read more

२०३० तक होगी स्तन कैंसर की भयावह स्थिति

Punjab Kesari Nov 01 2018

सीपीएए ने कैंसर के बारे में जागृकता फैलाने के लिए शुरू की पहल Read more

With Solar Powered Lights, this B'luru man is helping street vendors in multiple ways

The News Minute Oct 31 2018

These solar powered lights not only help the women feel safe and give them the option to work longer, but are also used by their kids for studying and lighting up their homes. Read more

Importance of Verification in Crowdfunding

Entrepreneur Oct 31 2018

Reasons why checking the authenticity of the campaign is of utmost importance Read more

This Diwali, Be Po-Lite

The New Indian Express Oct 29 2018

One benefit, an important one, Aakarsh says, is the awareness building on sustainability and climate change. Read more

মানুষের পাশে

Aajkal Oct 29 2018

চিকিৎসা করাতে গিয়ে... Read more

Two sisters working towards reviving Odisha’s handicrafts are also skilling prisoners in Baripada jail

YourStory Oct 29 2018

Ecommerce platform KalaGhar works with artisans to adapt to trends and helps them find a market for their beautiful, timeless products. Read more

Crowdfunding helping destitute in Kerala

Chandrika Oct 26 2018

Online crowdfunding platforms which are thriving in the foreign countries are now making its way to Kerala. Online crowdfunding becomes a huge advantage for the destitute and the needy. There are many who are facing financial issues due to treatment expenses, educational expenses etc. Crowdfunding provides financial aid during such situations. Read more

Online crowdfunding: supporting the needy

Siraj Oct 26 2018

Through online crowdfunding, Milaap is working as a pillar for the financial needy. Through Milaap funds can be raised for sensitive cause. As of now, through Milaap many were able to raise funds for treatment of diseases including cancer and for emergency liver transplant surgery. Milaap has a team which evaluates the authenticity, reliability, identity of the fundraiser and the hospital records and various other data of the beneficiary. Read more

Crowdfunding with a helping hand in cancer treatment

Deshabhimani Oct 26 2018

As the number of cancer patients and the treatment expenses are increasing, Milaap has emerged as India's largest crowdfunding platform which provide funds for cancer patients. Crowdfunding is now promoted in Kerala too. According to various government research data, that there are lakhs of people diagnosed with cancer every year. The latest record reveals the death of about 1300 people due to cancer. A huge amount of money is required for cancer treatment, therefore it is difficult for a commoner and underprivileged to take treatment. This is where online crowdfunding comes in the picture. Read more

Man Wears Monster Costume for Three Days Straight in Order to Save Sick Children

Good News Network Oct 25 2018

One might not think that a monster costume could save the lives of children, but this guy is dedicated to using his frightening appearance to help sick kids. Read more

“Shortcut October”:Donate or Go Short, but don’t keep silent about Breast Cancer

Express Healthcare Oct 25 2018

The hurdles in beating breast cancer lie across all stages, starting from awareness to diagnosis, and from counselling to treatment in our country The incidence of breast cancer in India is stands at 1 in every 22. With the alarming increase rate, it is estimated to cause more deaths among women than any other cancer by 2030 .The hurdles in beating this particular cancer lie across all stages, starting from awareness to diagnosis, and from counselling to treatment in our country. Read more

'Shortcut October' an initiative to spread awareness about breast cancer

TopStory Oct 23 2018

The incidence of breast cancer in India stands at 1 in 22

२२ महिलाओं में से एक स्तन कैंसर की शिकार है

Humara Mahanagar Oct 22 2018

सीपीएए ने कैंसर के बारे में जागृकता फैलाने के लिए शुरू की पहल Read more