Enabling A Giving Culture
Regardless of the circumstances in which they were born, all human beings must have the same chance to thrive in life.
However, this is far from true.
Individual wealth in India grew at a rate of 10.91 percent in 2016-17, compared to 8.50 percent in 2015-16. With a growth rate of 9.5 percent compared to Asia’s 7.5 percent, India also produced a bigger number of high-net-worth individuals.
Despite this, 36 percent of children under the age of five in India are malnourished*, 51% of women of reproductive age are anaemic*, 33 million children are still out of school and working in various forms of child labour,* 350 million Indians continue to defecate in the open due to a lack of sanitation facilities,* and close to 18,000 villages in India still lack storage facilities for water.
We at HelpIndia, aspire to change this inequality.
We do that by bringing together the people who want to give and the organizations that work to make a difference.
“The idea of GiveIndia was born very simply to bridge the gap between two sets of people – people who want to give, who want to try and make a difference along with those who are doing phenomenal work but don’t know how to reach out to the people who want to support them.”
Poverty has a wide range of repercussions, and it has a long-term influence on families. Families can interrupt the cycle of generational poverty by intervening at the correct time, such as by educating one generation or giving a source of income.
India has a large population. Our people are our most valuable resource, and if everyone of us commits to providing on a regular basis, we will be able to fix our problems. We could even go so far as to say that if we make giving a way of life, we may not require any assistance as a community.
What We Do
We tell you exactly how your donation helps those in need and also give you a proof of it through fund utilisation reports.
We combed through hundreds of nonprofit organisations across India to find and list those that fulfil our GiveAssured standards. They support a variety of causes, including child care and education, as well as disabilities, poverty, and women’s empowerment.