Donate to protect the elderly from deadly Coronavirus!

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At 11 March media briefing, The WHO Director-General said: "WHO has been assessing this outbreak around the clock and we are deeply concerned both by the alarming levels of spread and severity and by the alarming levels of inaction. We have therefore made the assessment that COVID-19 can be characterized as a pandemic.”






According to worldometer calculations, the death rate for people aged 60 and above is the highest of about 32%. We should all be thinking about our elderly family members and relatives and do everything we can to protect them over the next few months.



A 76 year old man died of COVID-19 in Karnataka -India's first COVID-19 fatality.


With the right measure, of wearing a mask and washing hands regularly will prevent the transmission of this deadly virus. We must all aim to stop transmission and prevent the spread of COVID-19. 


Most importantly, our contributions can save many vulnerable lives. And like the WHO Director-General had said,


“Let hope be the antidote to fear.


Let solidarity be the antidote to blame.


Let our shared humanity be the antidote to our shared threat"


Beneficiary NGOs:

1. Om Ashram Trust(Bangalore):



Omashram Trust-Old Age Care, is a charitable trust founded in the year 2001 with the objective of providing care to the elderly. Omashram provides residential care with full boarding & lodging facility to the old with medical care nursing care to the old, belonging mostly to poor & middle-class individuals (above 60 years of age) of all denominations.


Where is it located?

OmAshram Trust is located in Bangalore. Their address is  #767, 3rd Cross, 11th Main, Vijaya Bank Layout, Bilekahalii, Bannerghatta Road.

2. Second Chance trust: 




Second Chance Trust is a registered NGO in Hyderabad. Their aim is to serve the destitute, homeless, needy and poor with love, personal care, dignity and respect.The Second Chance Trust has rescued more than 500 people till date and is currently accommodating 150 housemates across three centers in Hyderabad namely- Yapral (Head office), Cherlapally and Ghatkesar.


Where is it located?

The Second Chance Trust is located in Hyderabad. Their address is 5-12-42/3, Indra Nagar, Near Football Ground, Yapral, Hyderabad, Telangana, 500087.


3. Davo NGO:




DAVO is an award-winning, registered Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) set up in 1985 by Dev Giri Goswami, in New Delhi. Over the last 25 years, DAVO has grown into a highly regarded, comprehensive development project supported by a wide range of organizations including the Government of India.

Where is it located?

Davo is located in Delhi. Their address is plot no.1, Hari Vihar, Metro Pillar No. 811, Near Dwarka Mode Metro Station.

4. Earth Saviours:


The Earth Saviours Foundation is a very well-renowned NGO started in 2008 by Ravi Kalra. It is registered under 80G of Income Tax Exemption Act and FCRA license from The Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India.

Where is it located?

The shelter home where people are rescued and brought is located in Bandhwari village in Gurgaon. This is on the Faridabad Road near TERI golf course.

5. Agewell Foundation :

Agewell Foundation is committed to making a coordinated effort with compassion and understanding to transform social attitudes towards senior citizens. The effort is to create the infrastructure to empower every older person.

6. Elder Care Trust:

Elder Care Trust is a Non-Government Organization founded in 2014 with a vision to support the vulnerable elderly. Elder Care Trust is dedicated for the betterment of the elderly, provide medical / non-medical support, awareness about Geriatric issues and changes in physiological as well as psychological behavior after a certain age. The Trust assists those elders who are physically dependent on others for their daily living, and to provide a life of dignity during the final years of their life.

Where is it located?

4, Sangam Park Society, Near Hirabaug Railway Crossing,, Ambawadi, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 380006, India

7. Sewadham Ashram:

Sewadham Ashram is providing its selfless services for the noble cause of serving suffering humanity.  They accept abandoned old, disabled, mentally ill, dying and destitute people coming from across the nation found at the bus stands, railway stations, roads, pavers, temples, hospitals and other public places, who live here in a single joint family. Exploited, abandoned, married, unmarried, mentally ill pregnant women also found safe shelter, care and protection at Sewadham Ashram.  All residents are served there with love, care and compassion irrespective of their caste, creed, religion, age and sex.

Where is it located?

Sewadham Ashram “Ankit Gram”, Village Ambodiya (Gambhir Dam), Badnagar Road, District – Ujjain (MP) – INDIA – 456 006.

8. Child Help Foundation:

Child Help Foundation is a national Non-profit organisation dedicated to helping neglected and needy children. They work towards projects like - basic education for children, healthcare, intervention etc. They also actively help in disaster rescue and relief operations across the country. 

Where is it located?

403/ 404, Sai Arpan, Joggers Park Rd, near P.G. Vora school, Mumbai , Maharashtra 401107, Joggers Park Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 401107, India

9. Doctors for You:

Doctors for You (DFY) is a PAN India humanitarian organization with international presence and is working on various disaster hit zones since last 9 yeard. DFY focuses on providing medical care to thr vulnerable communities during crisis and no-crisis situation, emergency medical aid to people affected by natural disaster, conflicts and epidemics. They are also committed to reducing disaster risk to human society by delivering trainings and capacity development in emergency preparedness and response. The work of DFY is guided by humanitarian principles of humanity, impartiality and neutrality. It offers services and assistance to people based on need, irrespective of race, class, caste, religion and gender.


Where is it located?

Doctors for You (DFY) works PAN India where ever any disaster occur.


10. New Delhi Children's Hospital & Research Centre (NDCHRC):

The beautiful story of NDCHRC started on 30th April 2016. Children have no voting rights and therefore, no policymakers cares for their rights and well being. At the same time, if any child gets sick, his/ her whole family gets impacted. If the child is not treated on time, his/her sickness can cause irreparable damage to his frail body jeopardizing the future quality of life of the child.

11. Human Welfare Charitable Trust - Founded in 2015, HWCT focuses on Education, Skill Development for Children, Youth and Women in Mumbai & Rural Maharashtra. They support to integrate rural schools with the modern-day education systems that focus on Skill Development, Education Enablement and Employment. UNNATI ABHIYAN is their Three-Fold Initiative that focuses on Digital Learning, Skill Alignment and Increasing Employability of adolescents in rural areas. A generation of youth that raises the per capita income of their communities, contributes to the development of villages. Educate the next generation and hence put an end to the perpetual cycle of poverty. UNNATI ABHIYAN is committed to engaging with like-minded individuals and organizations to provide the necessary resources to achieve this mission.

Tackling the Corona crisis:

They’re reaching out to marginalized communities in rural areas to help them battle this crisis. They’re distributing face masks and hand sanitizer kits to over 2000 families in the villages in and around Mumbai. They’re fighting to provide essential products to help these families cope with the pandemic.


Note: Donations towards this fundraiser are not eligible for any tax deduction such as 80G, 501(c) etc.



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