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Covid Situation in India: How You Can Help

Updated: Jun 3, 2021

🆘 Covid in INDIA and how to HELP! 🆘

Some of you may know, but Ashna has many family members in India, this situation is somewhat personal to us.

What’s happening in India?

▪️ People are dying

▪️ Hospitals are full with patients

▪️ Shortage of oxygen canisters

▪️ Hospitals are understaffed

▪️ Crematoriums and burial grounds are overflowing

How can you help?


👉🏼 If you’ve traveled to India, spread the word.

👉🏼 If you have an Indian friend, spread the word.

👉🏼 If you've eaten Indian food, spread the word.

👉🏼 If you love yoga, spread the word.

👉🏼 If you give a ****, spread the word. (Pardon my French).

DONATE through one or more of these organizations:

🔸 Americare

“Americares is working with communities, health workers and dedicated COVID-19 facilities to address the growing challenge of COVID-19 across India. With an expansive local team ready to do what it takes, your support will go far.”

🔸 Care India

“Donate today to help provide essential hospital services, more health workers, additional beds, oxygen supply, and much more. Please help India avoid a catastrophic human tragedy.”

🔸 International Medical Corps

“We're working with partners on the ground to determine critical needs, including gaps in services and supplies. Working together, we can help provide medical care and supplies to help those in need get treatment and to stop the spread of COVID-19.”

🔸 Khalsa Aid

“We are currently supporting medical networks across India, comprising of established medical organisations, facilities and NGO’s who are working on the ground to assist COVID-19 patients.”

🔸 Sewa International

“We are raising funds for buying supplies, and ensuring that the much-needed lifesaving medical equipment like oxygen-concentrators and ventilators are acquired and shipped to hospitals across Bharat.”


“is on the ground, working with partners to deliver urgently needed medical equipment, PPE, hygiene supplies and critical care to those in need.”

🔸 Vibha

“Vibha and Vikas Khanna are stepping up during these challenging times with IMMEDIATE DEPLOYMENT of over $500,000 for COVID relief efforts, working with 40+ hospitals, healthcare facilities and trusted partner organizations in India.”


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