India is currently facing an overwhelming COVID-19 surge. These organizations have set up relief funds to help those affected by the coronavirus. It’s heartwarming to see the lengths these organisations have gone to support people.

1. Tibetan Cancer Society
Run by young Tibetans based in Delhi. This organisation has been taking care of Covid patients

2. Mission Oxygen India
An organisation run by a group of young entrepreneurs based in Delhi who are importing oxygen concentrators and donating them to hospitals and other foundations across the country.
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3. Uday Foundation
This NGO is helping the homeless during the pandemic of the Cronavirus in India. They are providing all necessary help and services like food and sanitization to the vulnerable sections of society in the time of crisis.
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4. Feeding India
Feeding India is a non-profit organisation started by Zomato, one of India’s leading food delivery and restaurant finder apps. The organisation has been raising funds to help mitigate the oxygen crisis that the nation is currently grappling with. Under its initiative, ‘India Needs Oxygen’, Feeding India is providing free oxygen supplies to hospitals and patients. In this regard, it recently partnered with logistics company Delhivery for oxygen concentrators and other related supplies.
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5. Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation (KSCF)
A children’s rights organization based in India, is collecting donations to help children in poverty-stricken communities with access to meals and education.
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6. Hemkunt Foundation
Located in Gurugram, Haryana, the foundation is helping with oxygen cylinders and supplies across Delhi NCR and Mumbai. They also have a ‘drive thru’ facility that lets COVID-19 patients inhale oxygen from the cylinders at their office free of cost.
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7. Give India
Give India provides free oxygen and other life saving equipment to Covid affected people.
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8. Wishes and Blessings
Providing ration kits and medical kits to the underprivileged families across many states in India.
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9. Help Now
An initiative led by young students in Mumbai to provide quick, 24/7 medical transportation. It is currently seeking donations to ensure adequate supplies and compensate its drivers.
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10. HelpAge India
One of the country’s old charities, the non-profit is present in 125 districts of 25 states and has been working extensively to help the elderly and underprivileged.
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