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GiveIndia Newsletter, October 2011

In this issue:
The India Giving Challenge comes to an end»

Run to raise funds for GiveIndia and double the impact of your donation!»


Raise funds for your NGO during any sporting event through iGive!»

Change a life:
Provide a day's meal to 240 visually-impaired children - Rs. 5,100»

Sponsor a wheelchair for a physically challenged person - Rs. 4,050»

Educate a visually impaired girl for a year - Rs. 3,300»

The India Giving Challenge comes to an end

India Giving ChallengeWe have been giving you constant updates on the India Giving Challenge 2011 since it began on September 6th. In our latest from the event, we're happy to share with you that over a span of 45 days, the challenge raised a whooping Rs. 2.88 crores, overtaking last years' Rs. 2.1 crores.

This year, over 200 NGOs and 10 corporates came together to raise funds and compete for matching funds worth Rs. 75 lacs. While the event is over, we're waiting for all cheque donations to clear and shall announce the overall winners on November 10th. Watch this space to find out who are the most giving NGOs and corporates for 2011!

View the champions
Run to raise funds for GiveIndia and double the impact of your donation!

Standard Chartered Mumbai MarathonDo you want to increase the impact of your donation? Do you wish you could get your donation to do even more, so that you could:
Educate ONE MORE child
OR 
Provide vocational training to ONE MORE woman
OR 
Provide a cataract surgery to ONE MORE person

If yes, then raise money for GiveIndia during any of the marathons and increase the impact of your donation.  

How's that? All money raised will be used towards a Matching Pool which will be used to incentivise other NGOs and corporates to raise even more funds through the India Giving Challenge. In 2010, Rs. 65 lacs of matching money helped raise Rs. 2+ crores through 9,000 donors i.e. nearly 3x the impact of the matching amount. Learn more on how money in this Matching Pool was utilized.

Please fill out this form, so that we can be in touch and help in your quest to raise money. You can use our iGive fundraising tool and make your participation have a greater impact.

Donate to GiveIndia
email at info@giveindia.org to help us get in touch with you»

Raise funds for your NGO during any sporting event through iGive!

Airtel Delhi Half Marathon

Over the past few years sporting events like marathons have taken the spirit of sports to new heights. Internationally, such sporting events have always been a phenomenon bringing together thousands of participants all across the world. But the most amazing factor is the emergence of these events as a platform to raise funds for charities.

Participation of thousands of athletes and publicity from media across the different sections make sporting events like the marathon a great opportunity to garner support and spread the word about your cause. As a GiveIndia Tier I listed NGO or Tier II NGO, you or your donors can raise funds for you by making the most of any such sporting event; without undergoing any further registration. Do also remember that as of October 1st, 2011, GiveIndia retains only 6.5% of all donations made through iGive pages.

Run for an NGO

Donor Hall of Fame:
Check out the winners for October 2011»


Giving in Numbers:

A total of Rs. 42.69 lacs was disbursed to 202 NGOs last month.

The top 5 NGOs to receive the most funds were:

1. Sevalaya - Rs. 2,63,441

2. Salaam Baalak Trust- Mumbai - Rs. 1,67,757

3. Women's Emancipation and Development Trust - Rs. 1,65,778


4. Voluntary Health Association of Tripura - Rs. 1,55,668

5. Blind People's Association, India - Rs. 80,086


The 5 NGOs that received the least funds were:

1. International Human Development & Upliftment Academy- Rs. 900

2. Sarvodaya Youth Organisation - Rs. 550

3. Parivaar Education Society - Rs. 500

4. Samrita Trust -
Rs. 500

5. Sankalp Rehabilitation Trust - Rs. 250



Recent GiveIndia coverage in the media:

Read the latest articles that feature GiveIndia and the work we do :

Charity Case: Do Indians Give Enough Away?»

This Diwali, Stop Hesitating and Donate»

Redeem 'PAYBACK' points for charity»

Social media changes fund-raising landscape»
Change a Life:

Support an HIV postive orphanProvide medicines and nutrition to an HIV postive orphan child -
Rs. 4,000»



Care for a pregnant womanSponsor medical care for a poor pregnant woman - Rs. 3,200»