Help Flood Victims

Floods are among the most frequent and costly natural disasters.

Your support helps those impacted by flooding in so many ways. Provide safe, dry shelter until families can return home. Serve water and hot meals. Play with kids staying in shelters. Ensure people with disabilities get the help they need. Distribute clean up supplies like mops, gloves and tarps. Meet with families to prepare recovery plans.
This year, India was hit by excessive heat in one part of the country and extreme rainfall in another. The latter caused floods and landslides, especially in India’s northeast Assam state. Floodwaters have inundated roads, homes, and buildings in parts of the state. In May, the Brahmaputra River, one of the largest rivers in the world, burst its banks in Assam, inundating more than 1,800 villages in 26 districts.
Your small online contribution can make a difference in the lives of poor children.
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Help relocate the refugees


The earthquakes between Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Kodari caused extensive damage in Nepal. More than 8,000 people lost their lives in the earthquakes, and 3.5 million people were displaced from their homes. Our nonprofit partners are responding-more than 87 of them have asked for help funding their relief and recovery efforts for survivors on the ground.


All donations to this fund will support earthquake recovery and relief efforts in Nepal. Initially, the fund will help first responders meet survivors’ immediate needs for food, fuel, clean water, hygiene products, and shelter. Once initial relief work is complete, this fund will transition to support longer-term recovery efforts run by local, vetted local organizations.

Long-Term Impact

We believe that organizations that are deeply-rooted in local communities are often in the best position to provide long-term support for disaster victims. By funding the relief efforts of local organizations, donations to this fund have the potential to build stronger disaster-response capacity so that these organizations are better equipped to face future disasters. SHUDDHI will post reports about how funds have been used and will email these reports to donors and subscribers.

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Help the Needy in India

These poor old age people are spending their most of the time in temple, grave yards, verandas of community hall and church yards. In this critical juncture, our volunteers identified these destitute elderly people and found their hunger. Hence SHUDHDI NGO started to provide food provisions, groceries to these elderly women. Further we have conducted survey and collected their case studies. The sons and daughters of elderly people neglected by them not at all take care of them.
Old age persons, Senior Citizens are belong to very poor family background. After identifying the situation of elderly people, we committee has discussed and taken up the initiation of supply of food groceries to 2000 poor elderly people every month in villages To keep the old people happy in some extent on humanitarian grounds, we are supplying every month food groceries rice, dal, cooking oil, Vegetables, ground nuts, biscuits to 2000 hapless elderly people in Villages of UP, Maharashtra, Punjab and North East India.
Long-Term Impact:
2000 destitute elderly people are getting benefits from this ongoing project. The senior citizens are able to eat stomach fully in time without begging on the roads. So we have taken up this initiative & motivating public about service to humanity & the program is having very good impact in other parts of India. Poor elderly person’s healths have been increased & they are living with dignity & not depending on others for food, daily needs. They are able to give moral support to other older persons.
With your online donations we are purchasing groceries monthly and delivering at their door step by our volunteers. The poor elderly people are very happy & they are able to eat food timely and these elderly persons health has been increased. Without your generous donations it is very difficult for us to serve the needy elderly people in time.
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