Appeal for India Floods Relief

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Appeal for support for India Flood Relief

Torrential monsoon rains have caused massive flooding and landslides in northern India and Nepal, affecting millions of people. Tens of thousands have been displaced, people are reported to have lost their lives and hundreds are still missing.


IAHV in partnership with Art of Living Foundation is responding to this situation. Over the past weeks, thousands of volunteers were deployed in relief work across the states of Assam, Bihar, Gujarat, West Bengal in India and in Nepal. They have been distributing food, water, essential supplies and providing shelter to people in the hardest-hit districts. Psychosocial support is also being offered through trauma relief camps for those severely affected.


In Gujarat, India, 15 truckloads of relief material worth INR 10,000,000 have been dispatched. Relief goods consisted of food grains, groceries, water, clothes, blankets and generic medicines. Similarly, in Assam and West Bengal, India, and Nepal, several trucks filled with relief supplies were distributed by volunteers.


With your support, The Art of Living Foundation is working relentlessly to help alleviate the suffering of those severely affected. At times of crisis, collective resolution can go a long way to help those who need it most. Your support can offer the gift of life to the most marginalized and vulnerable sections of the population.


Your donation can mean the difference between life and death for people caught in the aftermath of this natural disaster. Your financial support would go towards offering food, clean water, hygiene & shelter kit, medical aid and help rehabilitate flood-affected survivors.


IAHV is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. IAHV is a BBB accredited charityAll contributions are fully tax-deductible. Please donate generously.


Below is a message from the founder of IAHV & Art of Living Foundation, Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar for the victims of Assam floods. He has also recently visited the flood affected areas of Gujarat and met with the victims, volunteers and administration.