GiveIndia Newsletter, January 2009

Wish you a Happy Republic Day

In this issue:
New NGOs on the block
Donor speak
GiveIndia in the blogosphere
GiveIndia would like to hear from you what the experience has been on this journey with us. Some of you are newly listed but may have something to share. We look forward to your feedback to help us help you better. So do write to us.
New NGOs on the block:
Society for Child Development Education, Communication and Development Trust (EDUCATR)
RAKSHANA Students Partnership Worldwide India Project Trust (SPW)
Mahila Dakshata Samiti Shriram Social Welfare Trust
Vairam Telesis Education Centre (VTEC) Sangopita - A Shelter for Care
Health Education for Social Action Trust-HESAT International Leprosy union - Health Alliance (ILU)
Loknayak Shikshan Mandal Akanksha
Sanjivini Society for Mental Health Going to School Fund
Sweekaar Rehabilitation Institute for Handicapped Tropical Research & development Centre (TRDC)
Kalinga Relief and Charitable Trust (KRCT) Participatory Action & Community empowerment (PACE)
DISHA (Society for Rural & Urban Community Development) Swami Brahmanand Pratishthan
Turning Point Foundation Azad India Foundation
Make-A-Wish India Spurthi Mahila Mandal (Bijapur)
 Donor speak
Venkatapraveen T. , a GiveIndia-donor, was very moved by the  feedback that he received for his donation towards the NGO, The National Association for the Blind. He says:

“I just want to say thanks to the whole organization. I found your site just by chance, by searching in Google and made a small donation. The response was great. I got tears in my eyes just by seeing the feedback you sent.

I had done so many donations through different organisations till now and till this time never got this kind of feedback. I will regularly participate in giving donations to different organizations through this site.”
GiveIndia in the Blogosphere
In the past several weeks, we've been pleasantly surprised to see a number of people writing about GiveIndia in their blogs. Blogs are a great way for people to learn about the work we do because they are a personal endorsement. Read blog posts about GiveIndia.

Giving in numbers:
The top 5 NGOs who received  funds in the past month are:

Association for Rural Development & Action Research (ARDAR) - Rs. 2,21,441

Child Aid Foundation - Rs.  2,20,527

New Life - Rs. 1,80,845

Deepalaya - Rs. 1,80,050

Sevalaya - Rs. 1,25,148

GiveIndia Blog

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NGO feedback efficiency ratings:
View NGO feedback efficiency ratings as of January 10.

Read about us:
The NGO to be featured in MoneyLife magazine this month is:

MAM Movies, a organization based in Mumbai works towards creating media for social change with the participation of youth and volunteers. Through one of their project 'Seva Journal'  they help non profits with their media needs. To read more about this please check
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