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GlobalGiving is an online marketplace that connects you to the causes and countries you care about. You select the projects you want to support, make a tax-deductible contribution, and get regular progress updates – so you can see your impact. What has GlobalGiving done in India so far?

15
years
$38.6M
dollars
92,243
donors
3,083
projects
993
organizations
191
companies
 

 

Each of these organizations has been thoroughly vetted to comply with US grantmaking standards and has registration that complies with the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) in India. They are eligible for corporate contributions under the India Companies Act, 2013.

Community health Programme in Sundarban
Sabuj Sangha intended to improve health condition of the people of remote Sundarbans; South 24 Parganas to ensure safe motherhood by providing Ante Natal & Post Natal care and reducing maternal and infant mortalities. Initiatives are taken to make people aware about common ailments, especially geriatric; through this project we would ensure quality health services with all facilities namely X-Ray, ECG, USG, Pathology & Surgery with affordable costs for reducing IMR & MMR & control blindness.
Educate 4000 street children in rural India
Our Primary School, IT Centre and Outreach Daycare Projects serve over 4000 children in rural India (Ahmednagar). Our English School runs in partnership with British Council 'Connecting Classroom' scheme providing a better future to those who would otherwise slip through the net and remain off the radar. Your donation gives the most powerful life tools of knowledge, self belief & hope to India's future leaders. We believe in breaking the crippling cycles of poverty to enable long term change.
Support an Underprivileged Child in India
This project will help support the growth, education and all-round development of the 40 underprivileged children aged 6-24 that are part of the Bal Sambal family in a well-developed facility. Our mission is to not only provide shelter, nutrition, education but also sports coaching, industrial training and opportunities for these adolescents so they can support themselves and become part of the society in a positive way.
Tech On Wheels For Night School Students In India
by Masoom
Masoom as part of its "Night School Transformation Programme" partners with schools where students study from 6.30 PM to 9.30 PM. The students (around 4000) are aged 14 to 30, who work during the day to support their family & study at night to complete their education. They mostly live in slums & from a poor socio-economic background where the total family income is between INR 2000 to 5000 per month. Masoom provides the students with critical educational infrastructure & resources
Setu - Women Empowerment Program
by SETU
Women Empowerment Skills aim to achieve, create and contribute to Improved employment / self employment opportunities for young girls and women between the age of 18 to 24 years.
 
 
 
 

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Banner image credits (l-r): Provide Life Saving Vaccines in Rural India by Seva Mandir; The Child Brides: Send Them to School instead by Foundation to Educate Girls Globally; Educate a visually challenged child for one year by Indian Association for the Blind

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