Kerala has seen the worst floods in nearly a century. According to various news reports, over 330 people have died while at least 661,000 have been displaced and all 14 districts of the state. 35 out of 42 dams in Kerala have been opened for the first time in history and all five gates of Idukki Dam have been opened at the same time after a gap of 26 years.
At PickdUp, we have donated one day of all our revenue to our fellow Indians in Kerala. You can also make a difference by contributing either food, supplies or donating to the CM's distress relief fund. Following are a few options.
Donate through Goonj
You can make a monetary contribution on Goonj, which is critical for logistics and essential purchases. All monetary contributions are tax exempted u/s 80G. You could also drop a cheque/ draft in the name of GOONJ in any HDFC branch or send to any of GOONJ Offices Pan India, with your full name, address and tel no. for receipt purpose.
You can also make material contribution i.e. Blankets & woolens, tarpaulins/ old flex & ropes, mosquito nets, Dry ration- ( rice,pulses, spices, rava, tea, sugar), toiletries, cooking utensils, Cooker (3 or 5 lts only ISI marked), buckets & mugs, water purifier tablets, candles & match boxes, solar lights, kids clothing, sarees, blouse, petticoat, lungis, bed sheets and curtains, new undergarments, slippers, toys and school material.
Donate to CM relief funds through Paytm
Donate to Karanataka CM's Calamity Relief Fund or Kerala CM's Distress Relief Fund through Paytm.
Donate Products Through Amazon
You can send products through multiple NGOs on Amazon to people in Kerala.
Donate Food, Water and Other Supplies Through Big Basket
BigBasket will be delivering dry rations. They've partnered with Goonj. You can donate bundles of rice, sugar, Sanitary packs, water, biscuits etc. and send it to people in Kerala.
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