Covid Relief Activities

Saath Charitable Trust - Crowdfunding campaign to save lives from Covid

by Saath Charitable Trust
Created 29/04/2021 | India
₹28,102 raised of ₹500,000 goal 5.62%
  • 8 Donations
  • No deadline
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Fundraising for Covid Relief through Escrow Powered Crowdfunding - Urgent Appeal

(Donations to Saath are eligible for Tax Deduction under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act) has has now launched its crowdfunding campaign to raise INR 5,00,000 to help Saath so that it can continue to provide help to people who are affected by Covid and help them prevent the infection. EduHelp allows you to contribute a minimum of Rs.100 towards this cause, so that everyone can contribute something to this noble cause.

Recent Charitable Projects to fight Covid
1. As part of CISHAA, each organization committed to raise funds for the immediate response of providing ration kits to the most vulnerable. Dedicated teams; one working on the online & offline fundraising and the other in identifying wholesalers, managing the logistics, permissions and procurement.

2. Over 10,000 Ration Kits have been distributed from April'20 to March'21. In Gujarat - Ahmedabad, Baroda, Mundra, Palanpur and Gandhidham were covered, Jaipur in Rajasthan and Varanasi in UP were the geographies Saath Reached out.

3.In March'21, Saath was in the process of distributing 55,000 sanitizers in all the three states.

4. PPE kits have been provided to micro and nano entrepreneurs.

Saath Charitable Trust is authorised under FCRA to receive donations in Foreign Currency

IF you are sending the payment in Foreign Currency or from your NRE / FCNR account, please send the donation by bank transfer to the following bank account:

For Foreign Currency Donors:
Bank Name: State Bank of India (SBI)
Account Number: 40082873346
Branch Name and Address: FCRA Cell, 4th Floor,
State Bank of India,New Delhi Main Branch,
11 Sansad Marg, New Delhi -110001

Please Include 'EduHelp Campaign 7' as Reference when you make transfer in Foreign Currency.

About Saath Charitable Trust.
Saath was established in 1989 and generated huge Social Return on Investment over past 30 years.
For every 1 Rupee of Investment, Saath has created Social Value worth Rs. 20.80 as per Social Impact report by 4th Wheel. Saath's social initiatives have impacted more than 350,000 individuals over past 30 years.

Saath is active in Gujarat, Rajasthan, UP and Bihar and in the current devastating situation of Coronavirus pandemic there are many more families impacted adversely and need immediate help and support.

Saath (which in Hindi/Gujarati means ‘together, co-operation, a collective or support’), founded in 1989, is an NGO in India registered as a Public Charitable Trust and is based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Saath closely works with the vulnerable communities and empowers the socially marginalized by providing them livelihood linkages, imparting skills leading to employment, health and education facilities. The focus areas of Saath are livelihoods, skill development, health and education, rights, urban governance, financial inclusion, rehabilitation and resettlement and other community development initiatives.

Saath began as a Charitable Trust that pioneered in rejuvenating underprivileged slums and vulnerable neighborhoods into self-sustaining and developed communities by its Integrated Community Development Programme changing the environment of urban slums. Saath through its one-stop centers pro-videos supports to slum dwellers to obtain government identities, providing them access to public benefit schemes, imparting skills leading to employment, micro-finance for vital personal consumption and setting up SMEs and providing access to habitable environment and basic education.

Over the years, Saath has partnered with various entities – government, corporates, individuals and other NGO/NPOs for several undertakings of greater good.In the last 30 years Saath has rendered it services to several slum residents, migrants, minorities, children, women, youth and vulnerable people in Gujarat, Rajasthan and Maharashtra (Mumbai) and has touched the lives of more than 15 lakh individuals.

As Saath marches forward with its partners in its journey towards uplifting the marginalized, it keeps on expanding its horizon of the communities it serves. In this journey, Saath has received several accolades for its programs, internal systems, organizational ethics, best practices in resource mobilization and sustainability models, the latest one of them being the – India NGO Award 2014-15 in the Medium category.

Please help Saath in providing more and better services to those affected by Covid and send your donations through If you have any questions about this campaign, please contact EduHelp by email to or to Saath Charitable Trust by email at
  • SVG India
    SVG India donated ₹5,001

    In memory of SKK

  • Meghna vyas
    Meghna vyas donated ₹5,000
  • Skilled Visaguide
    Skilled Visaguide donated ₹5,000

    Small contribution

  • Gytri and Vaibhav Kadikar
    Gytri and Vaibhav Kadikar donated ₹5,000

    Helping Covid Relief efforts of Saath Charitable Trust

  • Sunil Gupta
    Sunil Gupta donated ₹1,101
  • Kadikar Family
    Kadikar Family donated ₹5,000

    Donation to Saath Charitable Trust

  • R Kadikar
    R Kadikar donated ₹1,000

    Donation to Saath

  • Tanvi Shah
    Tanvi Shah donated ₹1,000
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