Blanket Drive To Warm Up The Flood Victims of Jammu & Kashmir

New Delhi Television Limited (NDTV), in collaboration with the Uday Foundation, a non-profit organisation, has initiated a drive to provide blankets to the flood victims in Jammu and Kashmir. For more details: Log on to www.ndtv.com/blanket

Blanket Drive To Warm Up The Flood Victims of Jammu & Kashmir

Basera - A shelter of warmth, built by our team, for the homeless in Kashmir on Diwali.

Blanket Drive To Warm Up The Flood Victims of Jammu & Kashmir

Spreading the message of joy, hope and happiness with sick children in hospitals.

Blanket Drive To Warm Up The Flood Victims of Jammu & Kashmir

Free medical camp at Goverment Kashmir Nursing Home in Srinagar.

Blanket Drive To Warm Up The Flood Victims of Jammu & Kashmir

Medical and relief camp at Hotel Nishat View.

Blanket Drive To Warm Up The Flood Victims of Jammu & Kashmir

Various relief efforts are being undertaken by Uday Foundation in North Kashmir.

Blanket Drive To Warm Up The Flood Victims of Jammu & Kashmir

A glimpse of various Medical relief camps set up in different parts of Jammu Kashmir.

Blanket Drive To Warm Up The Flood Victims of Jammu & Kashmir

New tented colony has been setup in Sammarbug Nowgam area. A special medical camp was also organised by the managing unit of J&K Armed Police, in collaboration with Fortis Foundation and Uday Foundation.

Blanket Drive To Warm Up The Flood Victims of Jammu & Kashmir

Doctors at work at Srinagar Medical Camp.

Blanket Collection Target

State-WiseTarget
Delhi-NCR   25,000
Himachal Pradesh   5,000
Jammu and Kashmir   10,000
Uttarakhand   10,000
Uttar Pradesh   10,000
Total60,000
   

Tax Exemption Details

Donations to Uday Foundation are exempt from 50% tax under section 80G of the Income Tax Act.

Please share the details after you have made the donation to help@udayfoundation.org, along with your complete address and PAN card no, enabling the Foundation to send a 80G tax exemption receipt of the same.

Uday Foundation is not registered with FCRA and they cannot accept foreign donations. They can accept donation from Non-Resident Indians only through any bank account operational in India. Contributions made by a citizen of India living in another country (i.e., Non-Resident Indian), from his personal savings, through the normal banking channels, is not treated as foreign contribution. However, while accepting any donations from such NRI, it is advisable to obtain his passport details to ascertain that he/she
is an Indian passport holder.

If you have an urgent query, please write to Ms Reena Sen at reena.sen@udayfoundation.org or speak to her at 09599635450.

If you have questions, please email us at feedback@ndtv.com or log on to: www.udayfoundation.org

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