All Fundraisers on Small Change help beneficiaries of non-profits in India
EDUCATION of a girl often takes a backseat in families fighting poverty. But it hasn't deterred Nikita and Kirti from excelling and aspiring to be chartered accountants. Help Aatmaja fund their coaching.
FRANCIS is one of 30 children under 6 years of age who looks forward to his time at the ARDS day care centre while his parents pick up recyclable trash to earn a living. Help feed these children for a year!
NISHIKA Singh, 12, loves to read but the library books in her school are "kept locked up". Shiksha's plan for a free community library has already got children like her excited. Help Shiksha make it a reality.
FINDING ₹50k to treat a relapse of cancer "was a taller-than-Everest amount" for Moni*, a poor villager in her 50s from West Bengal - till Madat came to her rescue. Donate so Madat can help others like Moni.
SOUMYA, 14, is stopping girls from dropping out of school by creating awareness on menstruation. But she herself needs financial support to continue her education. Help 25 Girl Icons like Soumya @₹20,000 each.
TREATMENT for cancer, including repeated hospital visits, can be as harrowing as the disease itself - more so if the patient is feeble. Support KCT's home care service to ease the burden of cancer on families.
IN a sport that has been a male bastion, an all-girls football team from Kolkata's slums want your support to compete out of their comfort zone and excel in other states. Help iPartner India make this possible.
DHARMENDRA'S* dementia is so acute the frail 84-year-old does not remember the lunch he had half an hour ago. Help Elder Care Trust provide 24-hour support to 50 seniors like him in need of constant care.
PHYSICALLY challenged Meena* was a child bride, then tragically a widow with two small children. Now with RSKS's help, she's able to support her family. Fund vocational training for 20 more girls @ ₹4875 each.
UNTIL Suganesh was 12 years old and Annapoorna Trust started serving breakfast at his school, he would start his classes on an empty stomach. Donate just ₹3,000 to provide a day's breakfast to 300 students.
WITH reducing tree cover and construction near forests, wild animals increasingly come into harm's way as they cross Mumbai's borders. Support TSPCA's work in rescuing and rehabilitating wildlife in danger.
FOR the holistic development of young minds, it's important to ensure their learning goes beyond textbooks. Help Sukrupa make activities such as sports, theatre, music accessible to first generation learners.
RAPID deforestation had led to devastating landslides and flash floods in Nagaland. Help EA plant 2M trees along with 10,000 farmers who were the worst affected - yet, fell trees for agricultural land.
YOUNG Kanchan lost her left leg - and her dreams - to bone cancer. But Cope With Cancer helped her through all the expensive diagnostic tests, funded her prosthetic leg and the sparkle in her eyes has returned.
UNLIKE other health epidemics, eye ailments often go unseen and untreated. To mark the 100th anniversary of co-founder Soli Ghaswala, GVF are launching their services for the poor in Patna - and need your help.
HAVING grown up in adversity, Ashwini and Pratiksha want to join the civil service to create a better future - for others. Fund the coaching both girls need to crack the exams required to become IAS officers.
WHILE Jacindra* waits for 2 years on medical advice for surgery to rectify an issue with her eardrums, she is being treated with medication. Fund the health needs of 46 girls like Jacindra in Baale Mane's care.
ARYAN had just started Std1 at his local primary when Cyclone Fani hit Odisha on May 3 and blew away his school. Help 210 children like Aryan continue their studies in a safe space while schools are rebuilt.
“I WAS uncomfortable, as we get water where we live, while they don’t,” said class 7 student Swaraj illustrating how social and emotional learning impact children. Help Apni Shala teach these skills to 25 more.
WHEN two year old Arti's family finally sought help, she weighed in at just 11.4kg - one of hundreds of malnutrition cases that Jan Sahas have to deal with. Just ₹3,000 will save two children like Arti.
IN my village, girls are supposed to stay at home and not go out. But because of Pardada Pardadi, I go to school - and have fun! Support our marathon so more girls can get an education - like me :)
DONATE and experience the joy of giving nutritious food to street children. As 13-year-old ragpicker Mohini* says: "I could never imagine the food I ate today, most of the days my friends and I sleep hungry."
GIVE Baale Mane's 44 girls a simple joy that so many children take for granted - a new school bag, notebooks and stationery at the beginning of another year. Just ₹400 will help one girl make a fresh start.
FOR children from difficult situations, like dropouts or street kids, Satya's inclusive centre is a haven. Fund bags, books, stationery and art supplies for 110 such youngsters to aid their rehabilitation.
PROVIDING a loving, generous home environment for youngsters who have been left abandoned or orphaned is what Udayan Care do best. Help them be Santa this Christmas and gift their children special school kits.
GIRLS at Pardada Pardadi school sit on hard classroom floors every day for their lessons. Gift these eager students desks with benches to rid them of this uncomfortable distraction and focus on their studies.
RADHA has repeatedly scored first class marks in her exams and is in the final year of a BA degree. Like her, high achievers Nandini, Rekha, Vidya and Vaideshwari too need to pay their college fees by November.
THE debilitating effects of hunger and malnourishment on young children cannot be overstated. Help Sona Sarovar Trust fund nutrition-packed foods to their class of 50 TB-prone kids for a whole year.
WHILE their peers share selfies on Facebook, teenagers Manjali, Nazia and Jaya keep their faces and identities hidden - from their traffickers. Support iPartner’s Every8Minutes campaign to help them live again.
WHEN abandoned girls arrive at Baale Mane most are severely undernourished - the plight of 36% of Indian women, say UNICEF. Support Baale in nurturing their young wards with wholesome, nutritious food.
A PROGRESSIVE eye disorder that severely affects vision has forced Vanita* to stop working. Help GVF provide the surgery and treatment required so the 16-year-old orphan can see again - and earn her own living.
I BELIEVE my birthday is a perfect occasion to give back to NGOs who play a pivotal role in India’s social progress. So help me contribute towards the education of 12 underprivileged children this year.
IT's my 30th, and most of you know it’s an age I'm really looking forward to...and warrants birthday gifts, maybe? This year, as my birthday gift, help me gift IT skills to 30 girls rescued from traffickers.
HAVING friends to celebrate another year around the sun with is all a girl really needs. So, this bday, I'm asking for donations to help girls from marginalised communities achieve their educational goals.
BAALE Mane work hard to provide the comfort and security of a loving home to the 41 abandoned or orphaned young girls in their care. Woolly hats, blankets and bed linen will go a long way in doing just that!
AS classrooms across the world focus on World War 1 in its centenary year, help ReReeti curate a travelling exhibition for schools and bring local relevance to a global event by highlighting India's role in it.
INCESSANT rain in Kerala has displaced thousands of people as their houses have been washed away or damaged by raging floods. Help Goonj reach their comprehensive disaster relief kits to affected communities.
RAMADAN is all about giving back. With a few days left before Eid and everyone looking for a good cause to donate to, let's raise funds together to fight malnutrition in Kolkata's ragpicker communities.
I'M so proud of my state and its people for their resilience during Cyclone Fani. For my 28th on 28th May, help me contribute towards their recovery - I'd value that over any birthday present you may gift me!
WE are running for DaanUtsav - Joy of Giving Week in an event by the Social Impact Club of IIM Bangalore. Open your hearts and support us! 100% of the funds you give will go to our chosen NGO, AAWC, see below.
OPEN windows at night let in cool, fresh air... plus a swarm of mosquitoes. With summer approaching, fund netting on dormitory windows, so Baale's girls can sleep with them open without worrying about diseases.
AS an auto-rickshaw driver, Usman's* deteriorating eyesight means his livelihood and his family's financial welfare are in danger. Contribute to fund his cataract surgery, medicines and post-operative care.
IN the first weeks of being born, a baby is vaccinated against serious diseases like polio and measles that can maim or kill. But not in Kolkata's slums where child immunisation rates are dangerously low.
Thank you for your contribution, the amount raised has been used to provide nutritional supplements to individuals living with HIV.
‘I feel good after drinking this, now I make this dish everyday at home’ says the 40 year old widow with living HIV. She realises the importance of the right nutrition so she can continue to sustain her young children. Nineteen others have also been provided the nutritional supplement porridge made with local grains. Your support has provided these vulnerable individuals the strength to fight HIV on a daily basis.
Thank you for your generous contribution. With your support, we raised ₹12,003. The funds raised, along with some donations from other donors, were used to take 24 children to the Regional Science Center in Uttarakhand.
It was a really good learning experience for the children. They were able to link what they had learnt at school with what they saw at the center.
Thank you for donating to this fundraiser and helping us raise ₹8,047.
Unfortunately, the funds raised were too less to buy a power generator for the shelter home. Hence, we have utilized the funds to buy much-needed kitchen utensils.
Thank you for your contribution, ₹36,403 has been raised. The funds are being used to keep 12 girls in school.
“I will study well so I can be a pilot one day and fly high up in the sky”, says the 11 year old Heena (name changed) who resides in the slums of Ajmer. Her father is an alcoholic thus her mother is forced to work, she cleans the drainage and the streets for a living. Heena had to drop out of school as her mother was unable to afford the schooling expenses, but RSKS team intervened to make it possible for Heena to chase her dreams.
Thank you once again for helping girls like Heena stay in school. :)
Thank you for contributing to this fundraiser. As the funds were raised were not sufficient to support two teenagers we decided to use the funds to support Muskaan for two years.
The support Muskaan gets means that they have food and ration in their house and they will not have to work or beg anymore. Muskaan bought herself some warm clothes, shoes for the winter and a solar light that she uses for studying.
Thank you for your generous contribution. With your support, we successfully completed the fundraiser! The amount raised was used to buy school bags, set of 5 notebooks, pencils, pens and art materials for 110 children.
The bags have helped children in the rural areas carry their books comfortably to school. The art materials were used to provide art therapy sessions to children with disabilities. This has resulted in improving their mood swings, help them identify colours and improve their emotional well-being.
Thank you contributing to this fundraiser. The amount raised has helped fund three meals for 45 girls and their caregivers. Baale Mane ensures that the children take nutritious home-cooked lunch and snacks to school. This, in turn, leads to happier girls who are better focused on learning.
Donations are sufficient to save around 17 migrant children. These children are often neglected by their parents who work as construction laborers. Mobile Crèches is using more than 60% of the funding to provide them with better nutrition. The rest of the contributions are being used for providing health and educational services.
The children are in a safe, enriching learning environment for a better future
The amount raised will benefit more than 300 of Kolkata’s most deprived slum children through the renovation of the 150 year old residential building. Currently the hired architect is at work, while the contractor is going to be finalized. By April 2020 the building will become a safe learning space with a computer center, library, makerspace, dining area and toilets for girls.
One such beneficiary is Nilu, who was just five years old when he was brought to Calcutta Rescue. With no home to go to, Calcutta Rescue supported him by giving him a good hostel education in Kolkata. Every week Nilu comes to Calcutta Rescue for supplementary education and food supplies. CR also provides him with clothing and even football boots. Nilu does wonders with the football and one day he dreams of being like his idol, the Brazilian Neymar
Together we are changing lives, thank you for that. :)
Thank you for raising 2o,603/- to help buy books & bags for 13 children.
Students of St. Joseph Matriculation School, Kalakad were provided with Long & Short Notebooks, Pens, Writing pad, Sketches, Pencils, Erasers and a School Bag. These children usually drop out of school and are often victims of child labour.
Aiswarya. M used to work with her mother doing household chores, with no time to enjoy her childhood. ARDS Education support program changed her life completely. She now studies in class II and was one of the beneficiaries of your contribution.
Nambi Gothai is 13 years old and his father is a daily wage earner. Nambi spent most of his childhood in picking up rags. Your generosity has reduced the burden for his family.