In a world of startling realities, we are made aware every day of the unfair conditions that a lot of people around the world grow up in. India Aid strives to fight the pain of poverty and help strengthen the bonds of society by bringing simplicity, efficiency, and personalisation to the charitable gift-giving process, thereby encouraging more and more people to experience the incredible power and joy of giving.
If you have something to celebrate - a birthday, a raise, an achievement of any kind, something to commemorate, or if you're just feeling generous, India Aid will help you reach those in need through a cause close to your heart.
Remember - every pound counts! Just 3 Pounds can feed a child for a month and 30 Pounds can educate a child for a whole year!
The most terrible poverty is loneliness, and the feeling of being unloved. - Mother Teresa
Today India Aid is one of the most successful charities in the UK. In partnership with over 180 NGOs across India, thousands of children have been educated and millions of mid-day meals for schools have been sponsored. Funds are raised for medical camps, cancer hospitals, and cataract operations. We are also gathering support and sponsorships to help widows, orphans, the hungry and the homeless.
After a full belly... all is poetry. ― Frank McCourt
Zero Hunger is amongst our biggest fund-rasing endeavours. Poverty is one of India's greatest battles. Nearly one-third of children in India, aged less than five, lose their lives because they don't get the food they need. Several more live lives of hunger and malnutrition. Our world has enough for everyone. No one needs to go hungry and at India Aid, we strive to make food available to as many of the needy as we can.
“I raise my voice so that those without a voice can be heard. We cannot succeed when half of us are held back.” ― Malala Yousafzai
India continues to fight several battles related to Women’s Empowerment. In under-educated, poorer parts of India, the life of a widow is hard and unfair. Clinging on to archaic traditions, society casts them aside, condemning them to a life of grief, mourning and isolation. India Aid seeks at helping these women by providing them with midday meals, medical camps, clothes, and training for possible employment.