At a time when Covid19 is wrecking havoc in our lives, staying safe and staying in our homes is the key. But at the same time, poor also need proper shelter and food for survival as well. So IIP Foundation has stepped forward to help the needy. As a not-for-profit organization, IIP Foundation has joined the Hon'ble Prime Minister's #FeedTheNeedy Initiative and have contributed DRY RATION (Grocery), to the much needy families in Nadia and Bankura of West Bengal; Jhanjan in Jodhpur Rajasthan; and to Adarsh Nagar Delhi of around 5500 families.
Along with this IIP Foundation has started a drive to empower the families who came to India from other countries by providing Sewing Machines, Rehdis and other support.
As we aspire to reach out to more and more needy people out there, we want you all to step forward and donate generously to serve the underprivileged people.
Along with this we reach to provide Groceries for COVID Impacted Families in Kashi (Varanasi) Our #KashiFoodDrive is aimed to feed the poor and the most vulnerable including Vaidiks, Archakas, Acharyas, Practicing Ritualists, and their families. Our kind volunteers are Preparing and Distribution packages. These rations are 30 to 45 days supply of groceries We have selected Kashi. We will extend the Sewa to other cities per need and with our on the ground volunteers. Our sister organization Auroveda Operating Foundation gets the proceeds and sent it to our organization IIP Foundation (FCRA compliant). 100% of the money will go directly to the wholesalers against the invoices for the food supplies.
If you wish to donate in Bharat, please send money here -
Beneficiary Name IIP FOUNDATION Culture, YES BANK LTD, Saving A/c # 023894600000644, IFSC Code YESB0000238, IIP Address 4852/24, Ansari Road, Darya Ganj, New Delhi - 110002
Jodhpur, Rajasthan... Displaced Families from Pakistan being distributed dry food (Atta, dal, veg oil, red chilli, salt etc) on account of IIP’s Social responsibility. In case you are touched please donate, many are looking at us. IIP Foundation is a not for profit organisation having approved under 80G, 12AA, FCRA and other Government mandatories.
The COVID-19 lockdown has had a devastating effect on the marginalized Hindu population of West Bengal. Many people are either not receiving their state-subsidised rations – including the free rations sent by the centre for 3 months to tide over the Coronavirus crisis – or getting less than their eligible quota. Many are forced to sleep hungry. Moved by this situation, grass roots organization SinghaBahini has launched a major drive to help many families. SinghaBahini (Army of Lions, lion being the mount of Maa Durga) was set up by Devdutta Maji, who has a background of nearly 15 years of social work, in 2018 in Kolkata, West Bengal. It receives advice and guidance from veteran & well-respected social worker Tapan Ghosh. Devdutta Maji, the President of SinghaBahini said, “Initially we thought of helping a few poor families only. But we started receiving calls from many more people away from the cities. Many said they would starve. So I started accelerating this campaign. Many donors from America, other parts of the world as well as within Bharat, We are grateful to all of them” From 24th March till 13th April, 2020 SinghaBahini has provided the following aid – 30 days rations to 3726 people (621 families) 10 days rations to 3300 people (550 families) 7 days rations to 7386 people (1231 families) 3 days rations to 3036 people (506 families) Apart from providing rations, SinghaBahini has fed 150 people for the first 10 days and then 250 people daily till date – these are homeless people living on the streets of Kolkata. Total Number of Meals Supplied (Rations + Cooked): 4,23,430 Help has been provided on a priority basis to the tribals (vanavasis) in remote corners of Bengal & the poorest of poor.
IIP Foundation is proud to be associated with #KashiFoodDrive A much needed Sewa during #Covid19 times. Beneficiaries: Kashi Vaidiks ,Archakas -temple Acharyas,Practicing Ritualist’s