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These are unprecedented times. As if dealing with Covid wasn’t enough, Cyclone Amphan devastated Bengal with leaving half a million people homeless. Bengal courageously braved the cyclone. The cyclone was the most ferocious in 250+ years leaving behind.
The infrastructure will take years to rebuild. Kids will probably stop going to school or college. Fields will be unsuitable for cultivation till salt water is taken out.
Bengal Heritage Foundation, is a London based not for profit organisation, focussed on promoting the art, culture, traditions and heritage of Bengal globally.
Sabuj Sangha with its over four decades of experience in working in the unreached remote terrains of Sundarbans is raising funds towards humanitarian aid and rehabilitation programmes in the worst affect areas of Sundarbans and East Midnapore.
We urge you to support us and help in rebuilding those lost shelters and livelihoods of affected farmers, and life skills education to motivate school going children and adolescent girls and their parents, so that they do not drop out of the education and economic ladder.
(PRANTOJON) is a non-profit organization, which intends to serve the society and work towards the betterment of those people of the society who are ignored by the rest of the society due to a class struggle propagated by the more privileged ones.
In response to the recent Covid-19 pandemic and the devastating Amphan, we are working towards providing food to over three thousand people every day. We have also arranged for medical camps in the affected areas, rehabilitation of more than ten thousand migrant workers from Bengal, who were stuck in various parts of the country during the Lock Down. Our activists are working day and night to rebuild two villages- Notunpara in Gopalpur 1 and Shitulia in Sandeshkhali block.
In order to sustain our initiative, we need support from friends all over the world.
Our Website -
Facebook Page - প্রান্তজন-101072144891127/
Facebook Group -
Youtube Channel -
Bank A/C No. 20107760382 (Savings Account)
IFSC Code- SBIN0000040
State Bank of India (Bhowanipore Branch)
Google Pay- +919674254833
Phone Pe- +919674254833
Banchbo, Socio-cultural organization
Since 2005 our organization ‘Banchbo' (Government registered, Niti Aayog enlisted, 80G certified) is engaged in social development in Sundarbans, bettering lives of people by providing education, a healthy lifestyle, geriatric care and skill development.
As circumstances today demand, we've to ask you for a favour for the people of Sundarban who are most critically hit worst by the Super cyclone.
With all your blessings and a hope to see the aching Sundarbans smile again, we've created a relief and medical assistance fund to continuing our Relief and Specialized Medical Camps (Medicine, Cardio, Gynae, Geriatric, Paediatric, Ortho and Ayush Specialist) in affected part of Patharpratima block of Sundarban.
We are responding, we need your support.
To know us:
Our Bank Details:
A/C Holder Name -
BANCHBO SOCIOCULTURAL ASSOCIATION
BANK- AXIS BANK
BANK A/C NO- 232010100077552
IFSC CODE- UTIB0000232
All donations are exempted under 80G Income Tax act.
Thanks in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to us.
Biloopto, Kolkata, by Jadavpur Alumni
Biloopto- an oath to rejuvenate the extinct humanity
Biloopto is a charitable initiative formed by some Jadavpur University Alumni and their friends. The core idea behind setting up this group was to enable students, alumni and professionals to be able to contribute positively towards society development.
20th May onwards Team Biloopto has been working tirelessly working towards sending relief material to the affected areas of North and South 24 Parganas. We have stood by the affected population by supplying them with nutritional supplements apart from health and hygiene products and women's sanitation products.
Biloopto's focus is not only relief, but rehab as well. We are working with the local administration to clean ponds and reduce salinity levels of crop land and fish rearing water bodies. We also have initiated projects to harvest rainwater in the coming monsoons.
We request support from all of you, kindly visit our below mentioned links to follow our story and be part of our journey to rejuvenate the lost humanity.
IFSC code. SBIN0000093
Account No. 38096018186
CIF NO. 90218770870.
MICR Code: 700002048
Account Name: Joydeep Pradhan.
State Bank of India, Jadavpur University Branch.
Kolkata Gives is raising funds for 10,000 cyclone victims to supply them with two meals a day and tarpaulin sheets. Fundraising goal 40 lakhs. Already raised 30,000.
Calcutta Rescue is a small charity making a big difference to the poorest of the poor in Kolkata, India through the provision of free medical treatment, education and skills training.
Calcutta Rescue Fund, a UK registered charity, was established in 1984 by former Calcutta Rescue volunteers in order to support the work of Calcutta Rescue in India. Calcutta Rescue grew out of the work of Dr Jack Preger, a British doctor (now MBE), who in 1979 established a makeshift clinic on a pavement in Kolkata and began offering free medical treatment to the poor.
The UK charity has no paid staff and no offices all fundraising and placement of volunteers is carried out by the trustees and volunteers. Calcutta Rescue Fund is one of several support groups around the world that raise money and recruit volunteers for Calcutta Rescue.
Today the charity employs 150 local staff and serves over 50,000 of Kolkata’s poor every year.
UKBC, United Kingdom Bengali Convention is a registered charity ( *Registration No 1185883*) based in UK with a *Bank Account 38129414 and Sort Code 23-05-80*
It is a community platform to connect all Durga puja groups and community organisations from Bengal based in UK
Super-Cyclone Amphan hit the Bengal coast and massive destructions happened in the coastal regions of Bengal and Odisha.
We need everyone. It's time to stand for the people who lost their livelihoods. We cannot do it without your help. Funds will go to 5 NGOs working at grassroot level.
*The 5 NGOs we chose are* -
1. Calcutta Rescue
2. Ram Krishna Mission
3. Bharat Sevashram Sangha
4. Rural Health care Foundation - Amphan Appeal project
5. Bitan -Amphan Appeal project
UKBC fund raiser is a joint effort .
South Asia Ahead, UK
The eastern Indian state of West Bengal was ravaged by super-cyclone Amphan, and South Bengal, particularly Kolkata and the districts of North and South 24 Parganas, were the worst affected regions with nearly a 100 people officially dead, thousands of trees uprooted, bridges broken, and crops destroyed. The state needs much more to rebuild Kolkata. The communities inhabiting the low-lying islands of the Sundarbans are facing extinction. We hope you will come forward in providing assistance to our friends and partner organisations on the ground providing relief amidst this humanitarian crisis, compounded with the coronavirus pandemic.
Payee Organisation- West Bengal State Disaster Management Authority
Bank- ICICI BANK LIMITED
Branch- Howrah, Savings Account No- 628001041066
IFSC Code- ICIC0006280,
MICR Code- 700229010,
Swift Code- ICICINBBXXX
For contribution in kind contact:
Helpdesk at (0091)3371221088 or 8777860955 or 7044075034 or 7980190741 or 6290907626
For Medical Aid we have chosen -
Shramajibi Swasthya Udyog
A/C no 0100000128050492
Punjab National Bank
Brabourne Road Branch
IFS code PUNB0010000
upi id: mrinmoy140@oksbi
If donating from abroad and you don't have an SBI account, an Indian bank account / Gpay /NRE account, please try to donate via your friends and family in India.
Asha for Education
Asha for Education is a fully volunteer-run 501(c)(3) non-profit with 50+ chapters around the world whose mission is to catalyze socio-economic change in India through the education of underprivileged children. We support 36 projects, predominantly in rural areas, across West Bengal and Odisha. Our educational projects act as linchpins in the communities that they serve, and at this crucial time are local nodes for mobilizing emergency supplies and support.
We are receiving regular updates from ground-zero by Asha projects such as Mukti, based in Purbasridharpur (https://ashanet.org/project/?pid=671).
Please help Asha support Amphan + COVID-19 relief and rehabilitation efforts for our projects in West Bengal and Odisha at this critical time. Your donation directly helps our projects provide relief and rehabilitation support to these local communities facing devastation.
To donate in INR -
To donate in USD -
*Asha projects in West Bengal*:
*Asha projects in Odisha*:
North Virginia Bengali Association
Northern Virginia Bengali Association (aka, NVBA) is a registered charity in the US (EIN:25-0110050). It has done the above for you by diligently partnering with trustworthy foot soldiers. Every penny that you donate to NVBA will fund the volunteers and social workers who are working at the grassroots level. We are supporting charities like Belur Math RKM, Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Nimpith Ramkrishna Ashram, Mukti, NAWA, many smaller organizations with devoted and selfless soldiers.
Please donate whatever you can; a small donation of $20 can feed a family for a month.
#BengalReliefCollective began as a conversation with friends who had been affected by the Amphan in Bengal, and were stranded without essentials, supplies, electricity or water.
We began to wonder how much worse things were going to be for people living in far flung, harder to reach areas like the Sunderbans, and in the absence of a larger plan, the major concern was that of a strategy and reach.
The BR Collective was formed out of this initial impulse and we were a small group, trying to navigate the muddy waters of media apathy, administrative indifference, a near total blackout in terms of national attention on the crisis, and all these further intensified by the pandemic.
But all its taken is some 200 odd volunteers, 4 days and a huge amount of collective solidarity to get to this point, where we now have a FB page and a website where you can see our efforts, the contributions and the people behind this –
For contributions from friends outside India
A/c holder: Organisation for Friends Energies and Resources
Axis Bank Ltd
A/c No 913010052323416
IFS Code: UTIB 0000017
Contributions from friends in India can be made to:
A/c No: 007010100024256
IFSC Code: ANDB0000070
For UPI: Mukut4321@oksbi
Sydney Utshab, Australia
Community Kitchen is an initiative of MUKTI to provide relief to the victims of Cyclone Amphan. MUKTI is managing 60 community kitchen in Sundarbans.
Sydney Utshab is supporting Mukti’s tireless efforts in providing support to the people of the Sundarban villages.
Please use the payment link below and make a donation.
Australia: Sydney Utshab Inc. BSB 062-314 A/c 1010 6375
Other Countries: Paypal :
Mukti India website:
Wales Puja Committee, UK
West Bengal has been devastated by the recent Cyclone Amphan. Whilst the state was struggling with the challenges of the COVID 19 pandemic, this powerful storm formed in the Bay of Bengal before making landfall near Kolkata and leaving it its wake numerous deaths, immense destruction and untold misery. The people of Bengal desperately need your support and they need it now! The WPC is fundraising and will work with partners used in disaster relief before to deliver the aid where it is required such as Bharat Sevashram Sangha and Ram Krishna Mission. We would be grateful for your donations.
We have already raised over £5000 and INR 501000 has been sent to Bharat Sevashram Sangha. We carry on raising more as there is a lot more needed. For more details:
Please transfer your donation to WPC Charity Account (UK): Natwest Bank
Then please email us at so that we can keep track of your donation and keep you informed of how it has been used.
Abundant Art Gallery and DNV Industries has come together with Bengal Heritage Foundation and Stay Alive Concerts for a fund raising campaign to support families in Bengal affected by the cyclone Amphan
We are putting up eight (8) iconic black & white photos(unframed) of Kolkata taken between 1969 and 1991 by internationally acclaimed West Bengal based photographer Sunil K Dutt for online auction. Most of the proceeds from this auction will be donated to charities working on cyclone relief. As we are aware that the ongoing Covid crisis has severely affected livelihoods of artists, a small part of the proceeds will be forwarded to Sunil K Dutt who is now a senior citizen.
Each one of these photographs create durable memories about a specific place or way of life of our beloved city-Kolkata. A city which is the pride and joy of its inhabitants, now badly battered by the cyclone. What better way could there be to help in the rebuilding efforts of this amazing city and its surrounding regions than acquitting some of its enduring memories through this photography auction. We would be immensely grateful to you all for support this cause. Please do participate and spread the word.
Please visit to take a look and bid for the photos