Donate and collaborate to COVID-19 Relief and Rehabilitation Fund for Migrant Families across India.
With the resurgence of COVID-19 lockdown fears and livelihoods insecurity, we have started seeing the exodus of migrants and their concerns at their native home villages where the burden is increasing by the day.
As we continue our focussed work for COVID-19 migrant and vulnerable families, especially the children and women, we are working to ensure food and health as first priorities and create an interim safety net for the most vulnerable.
Your generous support in the past has helped thousands of families live through the uncertainties. We need your help again to help those in need timely and urgently.
Over 49,400 families across 13 states were supported with weekly and monthly ration kits, masks and hygiene products.
During the COVID-19 Relief and Rehabilitation, our impact has impacted across India:
5.8 Million meals served
49,400 Families supported
161842 Individuals touched
35972 Food and hygiene kits
30000 Cotton Masks
30000 Body SoapS
Across 13 most affected states of India
The efforts are supported by various partners and individuals such as KFC India, Microsoft, AON, to name a few who have come forward for
those grappling with limited or no access to essential items, including food, for their families.
TAX EXEMPTION DETAILS
Funding for this campaign is eligible for tax breaks as RESPONSENET DEVELOPMENT SERVICES is a registered NGO & you can avail of benefits
under section 80G of IT act. Foreign funding is accepted too.
FOR DOMESTIC DONATIONS FOR COVID-19 MIGRANT WORKERS RELIEF FUND
Responsenet, a CSR implementation organization, launches ‘SwachhGiri’ and ‘SwachhLabs’ initiative to provide solutions to health and safety problems faced by vulnerable communities. The initiative focuses on generating actionable schemes that can help overcome the problem of water, sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH), education, health and livelihoods with a focus on migrant families.
Further, the initiative will help rehabilitate the migrant workers once the situation attains normalcy. This will be done by re-skilling and up-skilling the workers and providing basic amenities to the families. Through multiple collaborations, Responsenet is also developing a scheme to engage with non-formal school going children with presently no access to education and are severely impacted by the lockdown.
Speaking on the impact of pandemic on the livelihood of over 4o million migrants across India, Angela Nar, Director, Responsenet said, “Over the past many years we have been relentlessly working with the migrant communities. However, the time calls for more stringent actions to safeguard the community especially post the lockdown. We are working with our partners to reskill and upskill migrants to help find livelihoods near them. Our ongoing skill development programs assures 70% of employment for those that successfully complete the training.“