India Aid Organizations
The information provided here has been created by Susanna Barkataki. We are so appreciative of her work and permission to share this information with you. You can find the original source of this information here.
Right now India is experiencing an exponential and devastating COVID 19 surge.
Below are some organizations that do work on the ground with those most impacted.
This is an open source list created with resources from Indians in India and in the diaspora with the intention of getting as much aid to India as possible so please share. With all the gifts that India has given the world, we commit to embrace, give care, reparations and respect to the roots of wisdom traditions such as Yoga, Ayurveda, Mythology, Jyotish, Tantra and so much other cultural wisdom. We are committed to support communities impacted by systemic oppression and injustice and work to create equity rather than appropriate. To share care wherever suffering and harm exists.
As always please engage viveka and critical thinking and do your own research as you share and donate.
Farmers Protest Support and also Providing medical care and oxygen and aid through India where needed
Oxygen distribution and humanitarian aid to poor in India
Full spectrum community focused covid support
Food, shelter, aid and legal services to sex trafficked girls and women throughout India
Criminal Justice and Police Accountability
Oxygen distribution & fundraising
Providing healthcare support and oxygen
Organizations working to end Caste Oppression
End Vaccine apartheid - Equality Labs
General Humanitarian Aid in India
Service-Based Social Change
Note: In acknowledgement of all India has given to the world, we commit to embrace, give care, reparations and respect to the roots of wisdom traditions such as Yoga, Ayurveda, Mythology, Jyotish, Tantra and so much cultural wisdom. We are committed to support communities impacted by systemic oppression and injustice and work to create equity. To practice due diligence to seek out reputable organizations as best we can to reduce suffering wherever it exists.
As part of this global community we offer support as much as we can when and where it is needed. This list has been compiled by Susanna in April 2021 and will always evolve and grow.
Contact: Susanna Barkataki to add resources to this list
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compiled by Susanna Barkataki
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Note: The Foreign Contribution Regulation Act of 2010 has been recently amended to prohibit non-governmental organizations in India from directly accepting foreign contributions, without prior permission from the Government of India. Please read this, and check with the organization before donating.