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GiveIndiaNewsletter, June 2009

In thisissue:
Donor Speak

Donor Hall of Fame

Payroll GivingUpdates

Cyclone Aila Update

Donateat a Click!

Changea life!
Sponsor medical treatment, food and rehabilitation - Rs. 4,900»

Sponsor a poor child's high school education - Rs. 3125

Provide a glass of milk for 50 children at our learning centres for 6 days- Rs. 1,080»


Onreceiving his feedback report, Mahesh Ghodke, wrote in to say:
Quote Dear GiveIndia team,

I am very surprised to receive such details with photographs and how mysuch a small amount is being utilized in a responsible and dedicatedway."
FeedbackWewouldlike to know about your donation experience with GiveIndia. Do writeinto info@giveindia.orgwith your feedback.
Donor Hall of Fame
Donor Hall of FameIn ourendevour to thank our donors, we had launched the Donor Hall of Fame.The Hall of Fame is our way of appreciating individuals who workwith us to make a difference.

While the people who do the actualgrassroot level NGO work are heroes, we believe that so are the donorswho make theirwork possible through their generosity.

The winners of the Hall of Famefor June 2009 are as follows. Congratulations!
1. Artlogue 
2. Sandeep Soni
3. Richard Rekhy
4. Jassi Jatt
5. Foundation

View thetop 25Hall of Famers» 

Notpartof the Hall of Fame? Updateyour profiletoday by selecting 'yes' against the Hall of Fame question.
PayrollGiving Updates
Eclipsys LogoHDFC Logo
The Payroll Giving programme was launched at both Eclipsys andHDFC Ergo.While 50% of the employees met signed up for the programme at Eclipsys,it was 60% at HDFC Ergo. Signups are still on at Eclipsys. Our sincerethanks to Jaydeep,Matilda andMithila at Eclipsys; and to PriyankaKorde at HDFC Ergo for all their help and support.
If you are a payroll giver,take 2 minutes to donateyour account balanceand change a life today!
CycloneAila Update
OnMay 25, 2009, a massive cyclone slammed into the states of West Bengaland Orissa causing wide spread destruction and human suffering.GiveIndia and their partner NGOs have been quick to respond and givedonors across the world a way to help.

You can donate through ChildIn Need Institute's (CINI) iGive pageto raise funds forvictims of Cyclone Aila.

Goonj, a tier II listed NGO on GiveIndia, has also set up aniGive page

Readan update by CINI on thesituation in the affected areas.
Donateat a Click!
Give one time support to a very poor victim of domestic violence»
Provide a child with sports & co-curricular facilities at school for a year»
Sponsor health care, ration and clothes for a poor old person
NewNGOs on the block:
10 NGOsgot listed with GiveIndia recently. These are:

ShreePanchmahal Anusuchit Jati Ed.Trust, Adadara'svision is to provide free education and care for the deaf anddumb children

CENCORED wants tosetup a just society where people as active citizens fullyparticipate in the democratic processes

People’sVoluntary Integral Service Organization
provides economical assistance to rural poor so as to upgradethe community's  life style

SatyaSankshema Sangham
aims to create a society based on values through education.

strives towards transforming the de-humanized and exploited toexperience and sustain a dignified life.

HELPTrust believesthat  the
underprivileged should be provided with opportunities to equipthemselves with basic education; to nurture and develop theirlatent talents and skills in order to realize their maximumpotential. 

Nethrodaya lightsup the path of the visually impaired by enabling the fulfillment oftheir true potential.
PrabhatEducation Foundation
provides learning and growth opportunities for children and youth,challenged by mental, physical & learning difficulties.

MariaSeva Sangha works tohelp the poor through educational scholarships, nutrition,healthcare.

Muktanganbuilds and replicates a model of low cost, high quality, child-centrededucation for children in economically weaker sections ofsociety.

Givingin numbers:
The top 5NGOs who received  funds last month were:

Sevalaya- Rs. 1,76,089

Associationfor Rural Development and Action Research (ARDAR)- Rs. 

SankaraNethralaya - Rs. 1,60,736

ChildAid Foundation - Rs. 1,41,934

DESIRESociety - Rs. 1,31,649

NGOfeedback efficiency ratings:
ViewNGO feedback efficiency ratings as of June15.

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