Every year on account of Daan Utsav (a.k.a the Joy of Giving Week from Oct 2- 8) Give India organises the India Smile Challenge (earlier known as the India Giving Challenge) to promote giving culture in India and contributions to NGOs. Over one crore in matching funds is available during this period for donations through the Challenge.
This year the India Smile Challenge is on until October 30, 2015, during which Give India will match every donation made by 10%. Give India will also provide bonus funds based on cumulative funds raised on a daily/weekly basis etc; so every donation made during the Daan Utsav month is worth 20-25% more! Don’t miss this opportunity to make a high impact donation to Bhumi.
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You can also fundraise for Bhumi during this period, it takes just five steps and a few minutes to set up your own fundraising page and start a high impact online fundraising campaign for Bhumi.
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There are separate challenges and benefits for participating as Individuals, colleges and corporates. If you know or represent a college or a corporate you could fundraise for Bhumi as an organisational team with 1 crore worth of matching prizes to be won, click the above links for details or contact us via [email protected] for further details
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As Aesop said, “No act of kindness , no matter how small is ever wasted.”
Your contribution however small is still significant and it will help us reach our goal of educating 1,00,000 children from orphanages and shelter homes in India by 2020.