All Fundraisers on Small Change help beneficiaries of non-profits in India
CHILDREN from poor families in rural Rajasthan already have the odds against them trying to get an education - and for girls it's worse. Fund their schooling expenses, so penury doesn't force them out of class.
WINTERS in hilly Koraput are intensely cold and mosquitoes are a menace. Help CYSD procure blankets and mosquito nets for their 68-bed livelihood training centre for participants from rural and tribal areas.
KIDS rescued from abuse or vulnerable situations, some as young as six years old, are given protection in CINI's shelter homes. Fund toiletries, blankets and stationery for the urgent care of 100 such children.
ACT on your urge to do good! If you're not sure who to give to, donate to this Givers' Fund, save on tax, and Small Change will forward the total raised by March 31 to one of our trustworthy, hardworking NGOs.
ABOUT 48,000 people were displaced after flash floods hit Nagaland last year. Help EA ensure victims have access to food as they rebuild their lives - while adopting measures to prevent such future disasters.
A MIXED gender, non-contact sport like Ultimate Frisbee, played without a referee, teaches many life lessons. Help Project KHEL enable 500 deprived children with such skills - and arm them for better futures.
INDIA is home to 12million differently-abled children, many of whom are abandoned by their families as they can't bear the extra burden. Help us fund the educational and counselling costs for 40 such kids.
FOR people living with HIV, regular treatment and wholesome food contribute most to a longer and better quality of life. Help Samraksha provide nutrition powder to poor patients coping with HIV in rural Koppal.
TO support Meghshala, Fourth Partner’s social impact initiative – Power @ 1 will help them install solar enabled e-learning classrooms for schools in rural Karnataka to power sustainable, long-term change.
POWER cuts are frequent in rural Keonjhar, one of the most backward districts in India and home to CYSD's training centre. Solar lamps will ensure resident trainees have light after darkness falls.
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.
FRAIL, aged women, many widowed and abandoned by poverty-struck families, can be found in Tirunelveli eking out a living selling recyclable waste. Fund clothes and a month's supply of food for 50 such women.
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.
AN offer from Webel Technologies for a course in 3D animation and filmmaking will give 20-year-old Dilip Mondal real skills for a job - and a passport out of poverty. Help Calcutta Rescue fund his fees.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
We arranged educational trips for 80 boys, of which the costs of eight boys were covered with your support!
The older boys went to Aihole and Pattadkal, where they visited temples built during the Chalukya dynasty. The younger boys were split into two groups - one visited a zoo and nature park, while the other group visited the Tunga Badhra Dam.
The trips served as a much needed break and gave them a chance to learn something new. The boys were responsible for planning the trip; figuring out the routes, entrance fees, arranging food. Once we returned, the groups presented their learnings to everyone else.
Even though we didn't achieve our target for this fundraiser, we were able to cover the remaining costs internally. At the beginning of January this year, we purchased and installed a 10 kilowatt zero-emission diesel generator at our training center in Keonjhar. A shed is currently under construction for the generator.
With the funds raised, we opted for 40kg of dates. Dates are very high in iron, and a great supplement for individuals who are anaemic. So far, we have distributed some of the packets of dates to families that we work with, but will be distributing the rest during a special training we will be conducting with adolescent girls. A majority of the girls that will be at the training are HIV-positive, or have family members who are HIV-positive. We will be working with them on building resilience and life-skills.
We raised enough to support 20 migrant children at our daycare centre. With their parents working hard as construction labourers, the children at our daycare centre often do not receive a proper education or adequate medical care, which is what the funds raised are going towards. We are also provide them with nutritious meals, fun activities, and occasionally take them out on field trips.
Five-year-old Jiya recently went on an exciting trip to the National Rail Museum in Delhi and said, "I liked going out with my Didi and really enjoyed see all the colourful trains."
Eight-year-old Hasina from Meghalaya was born with a cleft lip and palate. While her twin sister has been leading a normal and healthy life, Hasina's development has been restricted by not being able to eat properly. Her cleft lip and palate also made her feel self-conscious and shy. Her mother Fatima feared that Hasina would not be able to lead a normal life. That is, until one of our volunteers on the field met Hasina and identified her need for surgery. Hasina soon received surgery, and a few weeks later recovered with a beautiful smile!
We always have such an amazing time celebrating Puja with our students. Thanks to this fundraiser, we were able to buy new clothes for 150 children, while other funds covered the cost of new clothes for another 500 children.
The clothes were distributed just before Puja began so the children had something new to wear when we took them pandal hopping. They were all excited with their new clothes, and confidently joined in the city's Puja celebrations.
With your support, we raised ₹27,805 and successfully completed the fundraiser! The funds raised were used to provide three meals for 45 girls and their caregivers for a week. The girls get healthy home-cooked meals and snacks at the Baale Mane home and carry packed lunch to school which ensures they get their daily nutrition and are able to concentrate well in class.
Thank you for your valuable contribution. The meals will keep the girls healthy and happy.
Thank you for donating to this fundraiser! With your support, we raised ₹61,869 which was used to medicines for 24 children for six months.
Most of the special needs children supported come from families who struggle to meet their basic expenses on a daily basis. Long-term access to necessary medicines is crucial for these children.
We appreciate your contribution to this cause.
With the funds raised, we purchased dry rations such as wheat, salt, sugar and rice, which we distributed across 14 Udayan Care homes. The rations are going towards cooking nutritious and wholesome food for 18 children, aged 6 to 18.
One such child is Shalu who came under the care of Udayan Care in 2011 after her parents passed away while living on the streets. Despite her loss, Shalu always worked hard in school and has been on a mission to make the most out of her new life. The balanced diet she receives at the home gives her lots of energy to be able to focus and learn in school.
Dilip has been enrolled at Webel Technologies for his 3D animation and filmmaking course since August. The course duration is one year, so he still has lots more to learn! He has been progressing and getting better every day, and being in this course has inspired a stronger passion in him. He's always in class, and never skips a day. We're so proud of him!
Pictured here is one of his creations in progress.