Kerala Flood Relief

Massive floods across Kerala have killed more than 350 people and displaced more than 800,000. Flood waters have slowly receded in many areas, but we now enter the most difficult phase of recovery: when survivors return to their homes, only to find little remains. And countless families are discovering their homes have been completely destroyed by the flooding and landslides.

Join us today by donating to local, community-led nonprofits helping families in Kerala rebuild their homes and communities:

Urgent relief to flood-hit Kerala
Torrential rains are wreaking havoc in Kerala, causing floods and landslides, claiming lives, and displacing thousands. The flood-hit regions require urgent relief in the form of drinking water, food, clothes, medicines and emergency supplies. This project aims to mobilise resources for the relief efforts in Thrissur District in coordination with local agencies.
Massive Floods in India: Rahat Calling
Massive flooding has affected the states of Uttarakhand, Odisha, West Bengal, Maharashtra, and severely Kerala. Monsoon rains continue to batter many districts of Kerala and border areas of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh. Goonj under its RAHAT initiative is providing immediate dignified relief with essentials to the affected families. Initial target is to reach out to over 20,000 families in the next few months which will increase as we grow here and as we gather resources.
Kerala devastated by floods
The southwestern Indian state of Kerala is facing the worst monsoon season since 1924, causing severe flooding and landslides. At least 364 people have been killed and more than 200,000 people have been displaced. ActionAid is responding immediately, including providing food, temporary shelter, reconstruction support, and health kits, for as many as 45,000 people. Will you help?
Kerala flood relief program
Mass floods has damaged severely the state of Kerala. Torrential rains, overflowing rivers, dams and a series of landslides have resulted in death of 354+ people in the state and thousands of people lost their houses and belongings. Monsoon rains continue to batter many districts of Kerala. CHHASE extending humanitarian relief to the affected families.
Emergency Relief : Flood Affected People in Kerala
Incessant rains and massive flooding has rendered thousands of people across the State of Kerala, India homeless. Hundreds of thousands of people are in Relief Camps. Monsoon rains continue to batter many districts of Kerala. Around 2.5 lakhs people are living in over 1568 relief camps. We are looking at providing immediate relief to people in relief camps across the state with bare essentials to sustain life.
Kerala Floods Relief Fund for 500 Poor Families
The 2018 Kerala floods were a result of the unusually severe amount of southwest monsoon rains. 35 out of 39 reservoirs in the state were opened for the first time in history. The calamity has has caused immeasurable misery and devastation. Many lives were lost.Hundreds of homes were totally destroyed and many more were damaged. For the first time in history, 27 dams in the State had to be opened. 70 deaths till August 16th.
A barefoot run to support flood victims of Kerala
Kerala has just seen its worst floods in nearly a century, with several animals stranded and left to fend for themselves. This is a special appeal on behalf of these animals that we are trying to help give a second chance. Thousands of animals have been rescued and help will be needed for a long while when the spotlight fades and others leave. That is when it is most needed; when disease sets in and food runs out. This effort is a fund-raiser that will help re-home several pets from harm's way.
flood-hit Kerala relief
Many states in India are battling floods and Kerala is especially affected with over 50,000 people needing immediate help. There is an urgent need for civic participation to bring timely relief to them.
Kerala Flood Relief
The recent rains in Kerala state have resulted in large scale damage. Almost everyone in Kerala had been effected one way or the other by the devastating floods caused by torrential rains. Torrential rains, overflowing rivers and a series of landslides have resulted in death of 79 people in the state and thousands of people lost their houses and belongings. Still 13 districts are on red alert. Learning Links Foundation is in the process of extending help in small ways to mitigate the sufferings
Urgent SOS For Flood affected People - Kerala
#DoforKerala #KeralaFloods Kerala is staggering under the worst floods in its history since the end of July. The devastating floods have paralyzed normal lives of people. IGSSS is on the ground, coordinating with State Inter-Agency Group (IAG) and Government of Kerala, providing the best assistance to the affected people in Wayanad district of Kerala. Let's all join together to Save Kerala - God's own Country, by generously donating to IGSSS in order to reach out to the most affected people.
Housing & Rehabilitation for Kerala flood victims
Over 2 million people are displaced from their homes, caused by one of the worst floods ever been seen in over 100 years. The Torrential rains causing floods and landslides have taken the lives of more than 400 people. Warrier Foundation will provide rehabilitation and housing to the flood affected victims in Kerala including special attention towards children from orphanages and destitute homes by giving them shelter, food and basic healthcare.
Support Kerala Flood
Kerala floods claimed overall death toll to 370, more than 7.8 lakh people are in relief camps, 8000 houses have been washed away and around 26,000 are partly damaged. The rain has ripped the roofs off homes, uprooted trees, brought down power lines and many areas are underwater. People have lost everything they had and are now struggling just to stay alive. A number of Immediate Response Teams have been deployed all around to carry out the rescue work but still the situation is far from over.
Kerala India Floods
Over 300 people have died from massive, historic flooding in India's Kerala State-and hundreds of thousands are now displaced as farmlands, livelihoods, homes, and more have been destroyed. This is the worst flooding in the area in nearly 100 years. Your partnership is critical! Together, we can scale up efforts to help families who have lost everything. Please join us in support of those devastated by flooding and landslides, and know your gift will support urgent relief efforts.
Kerala Floods- Relief and Rebuild for 400 families
The Indian state of Kerala is facing the worst monsoon and causing severe flooding and landslides. As of 18 August 2018, Eight districts remain on red alert. More than 324 people have been killed, 85,000 people have been displaced and more than 223000 people are evacuated and live in relief camp. BASS India is responding immediately with local volunteers and wish to help at least 400 families with drinking water, food supplies, clothing and continue with rebuild activities. will you help ?
Kerala Flood Relief Project
In late July 2018, severe flooding affected state of Kerala due to unusually high rainfall during the monsoon season. It was the nastiest flooding in Kerala in nearly a century. Over 375 people died within a fortnight, while at least 956 people were evacuated, mainly from Chengannur, Pandanad, Aranmula, Aluva, Chalakudy, Kuttanad & Pandalam. All 14 districts of the state were placed on high alert. Project aims to help over 1,500 families will increase as we grow here & as we gather resources.
India Flood Relief
Heavy rains and flooding have forced families from their homes. Emergency support needed! Villages are submerged underwater, and families have lost everything. They have an immediate need for rice, oil and vegetables. Can you please provide much-needed relief aid right now? They are hungry, thirsty, and were forced to leave their homes to escape the floodwaters. Please help these flood victims in India today!
GVI Emergency Relief Appeal for Kerala Floods
Kerala is facing the worst floods in 100 years with dams opened and all rivers in spate. Heavy rains continue and over one million people have now sheltered in around 3000 relief camps, 50,000 houses have been destroyed, and more than 410 people have lost their lives in what could be said as the worst monsoon in nearly a century!
Relief - Rehab supports for Kerala Floods 2018
Intermittent rains from beginning of August 2018 led to massive floods from 8 August in many parts of Kerala state including Idikki District. Around 2400 families are taking refuge in Adimali and Cheruthoni flood relief camps. Food supplies given from 9 August. Government is providing cooked food. They need new clothes, cooking vessels, 1 month food - stay family needs, water drums and educational supports for 600 school going Children.
Relief support for Kerala disaster victims
All 13 districts in Kerala except only one district are disaster affected areas. ROSI Foundation is extending support as immediate relief for the affected people such Drinking water, rice, groceries, sugar, tea, tarpaulins, blankets, dresses, solar lanterns, mosquito coils and net.
Flood Relief for Kerala and Karnataka
The torrential rain caused havoc in Kerala and parts of Kodagu (Karnataka) leading to heavy mud flow due to landslides, opening of the shutters of the dams causing heavy flow of muddy water through medium and large streams resulting damage on the sides of the streams/rivers. Most of the families have lost all their belongings as they were evacuated and moved to the relief camps. Immediate requirement is to provide food and basic support to family and children
Flood relief for Kerala, India
Kerala, a southern state in India has been struggling with floods for past 10 days, leaving people in couple of areas at the relief camps with no food, clothing and Shelter. Prime Trust is trying its level best to provide support whatever is possible from their end. We are eagerly awaiting to help those people with basic and immediate support.
Help 1100 Students affected by Flood in Kerala
Kerala floods has claimed 400 lives while displacing lakhs of people. People lost their belongings; houses damaged very badly ; health condition of many , especially old people are very bad. Tiny tots & older children are left heart-broken to see that their favorite storybooks, school bags etc. have been washed away. Students in higher education too lost their study materials. Donating school materials to students and support to schools will help in a big way.
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