Our NGO helps poor people in slums through Relief donations. Helping a person in need gives you pleasure and satisfaction. This is the best thing you can do in your whole life cycle. A donation is something you give to a person without wanting anything in return. The majority of India’s population falls under the poor section. As a charitable foundation, we help them live a better life through Relief donations.
Donating to the poor always means that you are a person with a beautiful heart. Donation is rewarding for you and for the others too. So, let’s now discuss why donating to an NGO is gratifying?
“Gratitude helps you to grow and expand. Gratitude brings JOY and laughter into your life and into the lives of all those around you.”
Help people through your donation
We never ask you to donate a larger amount, but you can help at least one child or family. Does not matter how big or small you are contributing them all that matters is your good deed. And work done with good deed never goes useless. You must have observed that many people find difficulties in finding food. And this makes them dependent on the leftovers of others. Your donation can help them to get at least a one-time meal.
- Promote Generosity in your society
Generosity itself is a great word. It is a willingness to give or to share. A donation is a selfless act and the word generosity best complements this term. Helping anyone on earth without expecting anything in return is an act of generosity. There are various forms of generosity. Some of them are thoughts, words, money, time, things, influence, and attention.
Giving to charity strengthens personal values
According to research, doing charity gives a feeling of social conscience. Whatever type of charity you support, this is definitely going to make someone happy. Research had shown that about 96% of the people who donate find charity as their moral duty. This is a sentiment very much rooted in their personal values and principles.
- Get a Tax Deduction
Relief India Trust is a registered NGO and hence you are going to get a tax deduction. According to the income tax act, 1961 donations to charity are tax exempted under Section 80-G. If the donation is more than 10% of the total gross income, then you are eligible for tax deductions. Along with Relief donations, you will also get the benefits.
- Give, if you cannot volunteer
As the title suggests that if you cannot volunteer with our NGO then donate to us. Suppose a situation when you want to donate to someone’s welfare, but you don’t have time. In this case, you can simply message or email us at [email protected]. Volunteers of NGO will contact you. If you are willing God will create ways so that your desire gets fulfilled. And in this case, your desires will improve some others living.
Use of Relief Donations for poor people
- Food Distribution
People who live in slums cannot afford the basic three meals a day. With the help of relief donations, we feed thousands of people in a day. Food is the basic necessity without which nobody can survive. And as a responsible NGO in India, we strive to provide proper meals to people in slums.
- Clothes Distribution
After food, then come clothes.Which are also necessary for every individuals. Doesn’t matter what season it is, clothes are as important as food. We organize clothes distribution drives at various locations where you can donate clothes. Clothes that are old and of no use to yours can be useful for poor. This will give your cupboard space and smiles to the poor.
- Medicines and hygiene kits
We often distribute medicines and hygienic kits in slums. Hygienic kits contain vitamin capsules, sanitary pads (girls), sanitizers, masks, etc. Due to a lack of nutritious food’ poor people do not get proper nutrition which causes many diseases. To protect them from the diseases we thus provide them vitamins capsule. Proper nutrition is compulsory both for the old and the young ones.
You too can support us in the form of relief donations. Keep supporting us and do visit our website:- reliefindiatrust.org. Get the recent happenings to follow us on social media Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.