The journey of your donations

Updated: Sep 17, 2020

Every rupee you donate will reach the beneficiary via ASWASN. Here’s how.

We started our relief missions on June 30th to raise money to feed the hungry and provide preventive healthcare for the most vulnerable which includes the daily wagers and stranded migrant labourers who lost their livelihood due to the lockdown. In addition to this, we are supporting people by setting up health policies for them.

Through our Members and Volunteers, each day we are relentlessly reaching out to people who are without money or food and, in many instances, without a home. We assure you that all of your donations is being fully used to help the ones in need and reaching the right people. Here’s a glimpse into our process

1. You make the donation, receive an acknowledgement/ tax exemption receipt and the money received is allocated to safeguard those in need .

2. The money is allocated according to the information given by our research and guidance department and their field staff working with marginalized communities about the required assistance .

3. Next the donations are disbursed to our concerned departments whose team members reach out to the localities and distribute the necessary items or funds to the end beneficiaries.

It’s an end to end chain where we receive donation, identify beneficiaries, provide relief and verify the same – a complete and efficient loop to ensure your money reaches those who need help desperately.

Also, at the end of the mission, our staff members will provide a detailed report along with a Fund Utilisation Certificate attested by a chartered accountant. The ASWASN team will conduct verification visits to the beneficiaries when feasible.

To make sure your donation creates the most impact ASWASN doesn't charge any platform/gateway fee .

The government has also requested all non-profits to come forward and support. Our team along with many volunteer across the country is striving to complement government efforts and help crores of Indians. In the time of calamity of this magnitude, we urge you to join hands with us or any other organization of your choice to help with relief work.

Aushdhi Social Welfare Association (ASWASN) is a non-profit organisation, registered under section 8 of the Companies Act. Our members and volunteers ensure that people who are in the greatest need receive at least minimal help – and this is made possible through donations.


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