The Mazdoor Kitchen
North Delhi
Ketto.org
Target:  ₹ 25,00,000
Current: ₹ 22,96,520
https://www.ketto.org/fundraiser/mazdoorkitchen
Accepts non-Indian funds: Yes

Citizen Run
Provide meals and subsistence to daily wage workers
Started facilitating employment opportunities for daily wage workers

Khaana Chahiye: Mumbai is battling hunger along with Covid-19. Again.
Mumbai

Give India
Target: 1,00,00,000
Current: 53,66,504
https://fundraisers.giveindia.org/fundraisers/khaanachahiye-mumbai-is-battling-hunger-along-with-covid-19-again
Accepts non-Indian funds: Yes

Meet the immediate, lockdown-induced food demands of the homeless, migrant workers, daily wage laborers, and other vulnerable populations in the city of Mumbai.
Cater to:
Homeless in arterial roads of the city
Slum clusters: Nehru Nagar (Juhu), Ambedkar Nagar, etc
Institutions: Hospitals, orphanages, old-age homes, LGBTQ+ support groups

Feed the hungry
Bengaluru

Milaap
Current: Rs.322,872
Target: 4,00,000
https://milaap.org/fundraisers/support-underprivileged-people-16?mlp_referrer_id=2679941&utm_medium=created&utm_source=virtual_bank_account
        Accepts non-Indian funds: Yes

Ration kits and cooked food for migrants

Feeding From Far
Mumbai

Ketto
Target Amount – 1,80,00000
Reached – ₹ 1,19,18,000

https://www.ketto.org/fundraiser/FeedingfromfarForCorona?utm_campaign=FeedingfromfarForCorona&utm_medium=fbpost&utm_source=internal_Ketto&utm_content=&utm_term=contribute&payment=form
Accepts non-Indian funds: Yes

Feeding the poor and unemployed through cooked meals and ration kits.
Focus on the residents of Govandi slum in Mumbai.

Lockdown 2.0 – Mumbai Needs You
Location: Mumbai

Platform: Give India
Target: 10,00,000
Current:  ₹  6,95,584
https://fundraisers.giveindia.org/fundraisers/lockdown-20-mumbai-needs-youAccepts non-Indian funds: No (If you are not an Indian citizen or NRI you need to contact their support in order to donate)

Create and deliver 5000 emergency ration kits to those who do not have ration cards or cannot access government benefits.
Each kit costs Rs. 1000
Focus to help HIV positive patients, the elderly and disadvantaged women, transgender community, sex workers

Donate Food for Poor Patients and their Families outside Hospitals and homeless
Uday Foundation
Location: Delhi
Platform: PayTM, direct transfer
Target: not mentioned
https://www.udayfoundation.org/donatefood/
Accepts non-Indian funds: No (Non-Indian citizens who do not reside in India cannot donate. NRIs can donate through bank accounts operational in India – please ctrl+f and search for NRI after clicking the link for further details).

Providing food underprivileged patients and their care-givers
Provide food to children who come from far-off places to the Delhi hospitals for often longer treatments.

Same organisation for Dry Ration and Food for Homeless
https://www.udayfoundation.org/coronavirus-disease-covid-19/

Kisse Kahaniyaan
Delhi

Direct transfer: Details provided when DM-ed @Kissekahaaniyan on Twitter OR transfer through Milaap fundraiser below
Target: 50 families
https://twitter.com/Kissekahaaniyan/status/1385118789793030146

Milaap fundraiser here: https://milaap.org/fundraisers/support-ankit-gupta-2?mlp_referrer_id=2998829

Target: Rs.5,000,000
Reached: Rs.1,565,976  
Accepts non-Indian funds: Yes

Name: Please help Seva Kitchen feed less privileged people during the Corona crisis
Location: Nagpur
Platform fundraising: DonateKart
Target amount: Rs. 13,000
Current amount reached: Rs. 11,309
Link: https://www.donatekart.com/seva_kitchen/Help-seva-kitchen/?utm_source=MutualAidIndia
Accepts non-Indian funds: Yes

Feeding individuals from marginalised communities including domestic workers, daily wage labourers, construction workers and people living in slums
Providing food to senior citizens, farmers, coolies, teachers in unaided schools who have salary cuts and terminally ill cancer patients.

The Mazdoor Kitchen
North Delhi
Ketto.org
Target:  ₹ 25,00,000
Current: ₹ 22,96,520
https://www.ketto.org/fundraiser/mazdoorkitchen
Accepts non-Indian funds: Yes

Citizen Run
Provide meals and subsistence to daily wage workers
Started facilitating employment opportunities for daily wage workers
Khaana Chahiye: Mumbai is battling hunger along with Covid-19. Again.
Mumbai

Give India
Target: 1,00,00,000
Current: 53,66,504
https://fundraisers.giveindia.org/fundraisers/khaanachahiye-mumbai-is-battling-hunger-along-with-covid-19-again
Accepts non-Indian funds: Yes

Meet the immediate, lockdown-induced food demands of the homeless, migrant workers, daily wage laborers, and other vulnerable populations in the city of Mumbai.
Cater to:
Homeless in arterial roads of the city
Slum clusters: Nehru Nagar (Juhu), Ambedkar Nagar, etc
Institutions: Hospitals, orphanages, old-age homes, LGBTQ+ support groups
Feed the hungry
Bengaluru

Milaap
Current: Rs.322,872
Target: 4,00,000
https://milaap.org/fundraisers/support-underprivileged-people-16?mlp_referrer_id=2679941&utm_medium=created&utm_source=virtual_bank_account
        Accepts non-Indian funds: Yes

Ration kits and cooked food for migrants
Feeding From Far
Mumbai

Ketto
Target Amount – 1,80,00000
Reached – ₹ 1,19,18,000

https://www.ketto.org/fundraiser/FeedingfromfarForCorona?utm_campaign=FeedingfromfarForCorona&utm_medium=fbpost&utm_source=internal_Ketto&utm_content=&utm_term=contribute&payment=form
Accepts non-Indian funds: Yes

Feeding the poor and unemployed through cooked meals and ration kits.
Focus on the residents of Govandi slum in Mumbai.
Lockdown 2.0 – Mumbai Needs You
Location: Mumbai

Platform: Give India
Target: 10,00,000
Current:  ₹  6,95,584
https://fundraisers.giveindia.org/fundraisers/lockdown-20-mumbai-needs-you
Accepts non-Indian funds: No (If you are not an Indian citizen or NRI you need to contact their support in order to donate)


Create and deliver 5000 emergency ration kits to those who do not have ration cards or cannot access government benefits.
Each kit costs Rs. 1000
Focus to help HIV positive patients, the elderly and disadvantaged women, transgender community, sex workers
Donate Food for Poor Patients and their Families outside Hospitals and homeless
Uday Foundation
Location: Delhi
Platform: PayTM, direct transfer
Target: not mentioned
https://www.udayfoundation.org/donatefood/
Accepts non-Indian funds: No (Non-Indian citizens who do not reside in India cannot donate. NRIs can donate through bank accounts operational in India – please ctrl+f and search for NRI after clicking the link for further details).

Providing food underprivileged patients and their care-givers
Provide food to children who come from far-off places to the Delhi hospitals for often longer treatments.

Same organisation for Dry Ration and Food for Homeless
https://www.udayfoundation.org/coronavirus-disease-covid-19/
Kisse Kahaniyaan
Delhi

Direct transfer: Details provided when DM-ed @Kissekahaaniyan on Twitter OR transfer through Milaap fundraiser below
Target: 50 families
https://twitter.com/Kissekahaaniyan/status/1385118789793030146

Milaap fundraiser here: https://milaap.org/fundraisers/support-ankit-gupta-2?mlp_referrer_id=2998829

Target: Rs.5,000,000
Reached: Rs.1,565,976  
Accepts non-Indian funds: Yes
Name: Please help Seva Kitchen feed less privileged people during the Corona crisis
Location: Nagpur
Platform fundraising: DonateKart
Target amount: Rs. 13,000
Current amount reached: Rs. 11,309
Link: https://www.donatekart.com/seva_kitchen/Help-seva-kitchen/?utm_source=MutualAidIndia
Accepts non-Indian funds: Yes

Feeding individuals from marginalised communit ies including domestic workers, daily wage labourers, construction workers and people living in slums
Providing food to senior citizens, farmers, coolies, teachers in unaided schools who have salary cuts and terminally ill cancer patients.
ANNAPURNA (Feed the poor during Covid-19 crisis)
Location: Mumbai 
Platform fundraising: Impactguru.com
Target Amount: Rs 5,00,000
Current Amount Reached: Rs 47,448
https://www.impactguru.com/fundraiser/help-child-raise-trust?utm_source=MutualAidIndia
Accepts non-Indian funds: Yes

Provides unemployed daily wage earners, servants, drivers, construction workers, and day laborers with Grocery Kits (Toothpaste, tea, atta, oil, pulses, soaps, powders, rice)
RAPID RESPONSE ( Donate dry ration to families affected by COVID second wave)
Location: Bengaluru
Platform fundraising: Ketto.org
Target Amount: Rs 10,00,000
Current Amount Reached: Rs ₹ 15,011
https://www.ketto.org/fundraiser/donate-dry-ration-to-families-struggling-with-hunger-in-covid-second-wave?utm_source=MutualAidIndia
Accepts non-Indian funds: Yes

Provides basic food essentials like rice, dal, salt, sugar and oil to affected families in need of ration. Provides disaster relief and rehabilitation services across India
HELP MUMBAI PATIENTS WITH CLEAN DRINKING WATER 
Location: Mumbai
Platform fundraising: Ketto.org
Target Amount: Rs 50,000
Current Amount Reached: ₹ 16,300
https://www.ketto.org/fundraiser/DrinkingwaterforCOVIDpatientsmumbai?utm_source=MutualAidIndia
Accepts non-Indian funds: Yes
Citizen run initiative with support from a Chembur gurudwara and its volunteers to distribute
providing clean bottled water to patients and migrants in Mumbai.
Donate snack packets for relatives outside government hospitals
Location: Ahmedabad
Platform fundraising: Direct transfer / NEFT
Target amount: Not specified
Details:
S Mart Co
Current A/c no-37025398102
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(PLEASE write ‘donation for packets’ in description and take a screenshot of the contribution and send it to shilpadas@nid.edu, seema.khanwalkar@gmail.com – for ease of supply chain, money is being transferred to the vendor assembling the packets directly)
Accepts non-indian funds? Yes

Puts together relief packets with four bottles of water, Amul buttermilk and three packets of biscuits – in addition to surgical masks. Each packet comes up to Rs. 100/-
50-100 packets will be distributed daily to relatives of patients who are currently waiting outside the gates of the civil hospital in Ahmedabad in the beating heat without food or water
These will go to the worst affected first and keep alternating between Sola Civil and Asarva
Who runs it: Dr. Swati Khanwalkar (CEPT University)