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GiveIndia’s ‘Team for Humanity’ fundraiser to help low-income families who have lost an earning member to Covid-19

Through this fundraiser, low-income families of those who died of Covid will receive a one-time cash support of Rs 30,000. The initiative has already seen support from many. DDB Worldwide is the communication partner for the fundraiser

GiveIndia, an online giving platform, has launched the ‘Team for Humanity’ fundraiser to provide cash support to low-income families who have lost an earning member to Covid-19.

This immediate financial aid can help ease the loss of grieving families who are at greater risk of falling further into poverty. With 250,000+ families losing earning members to Covid-19, this aid will help them tide through this difficult time, as only 30% of bereaved families can sustain for over a month in their current financial state.

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Through this fundraiser, low-income families of those who died of Covid will receive a one-time cash support of Rs 30,000 (approximately $400/family).

GiveIndia’s suite of products and solutions enables all givers — individuals and organisations — to donate conveniently to any cause directly on the platform, at their workplace, or through one of GiveIndia’s partners.

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Team for Humanity brings together fans, athletes, celebrities and brands to forge an allegiance against Covid-19. Through one of the largest collaborative efforts towards Covid relief, the initiative has already seen support from the likes of Virat Kohli, KL Rahul, Mary Kom, Dua Lipa, Lilly Singh, Pep Guardiola, Robert Pires, Yuvraj Singh, Sunil Chettri, Washington Sundar, Devdutt Padikkal and Kareena Kapoor among others. Companies including sports brand Puma, Facebook, Myntra and Miss Malini have also joined the cause. DDB Worldwide is the communication partner for the fundraiser.

Atul Satija, Founder 2.0 and CEO, GiveIndia said, "Covid’s impact has pushed many families into poverty, especially those who have lost their only breadwinner and are facing hardships for everyday survival. It is heartening to see members of the sports fraternity coming together to help vulnerable communities — sports is a great way to unite people. We are grateful to Puma, DDB and others for supporting families of the Covid deceased through their Team for Humanity fundraiser.”

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“Puma is happy to partner with GiveIndia and DDB for Team for Humanity fundraiser to support relief initiatives to help those impacted by Covid-19. Losing a loved one is heart-breaking and there are so many families dealing with all kinds of losses due to the pandemic. We hope this initiative helps vulnerable families across the country mitigate the impact of the pandemic as they take the first step to stability. Each donation— no matter the amount— will help families adjust to their new reality and come out stronger. Together, we can win the battle against Covid-19,” said Abhishek Ganguly, Managing Director, Puma India and Southeast Asia.

Manish Chopra, Director and Head of Partnerships, Facebook India, said, “We've all seen the impact the pandemic has had across communities, and we are happy to partner with GiveIndia in their efforts to help affected families move forward. Facebook’s SocialForGood initiative is focused on supporting large community causes by bringing together public figures and creators to raise awareness and funding and it is heartening to see the sports and entertainment community coming together to help those in need."

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