Airbnb is partnering with GiveIndia to raise funds for underprivileged sections of the society who are directly impacted by COVID19 crisis. The daily wage earners and migrant labourers have been significantly impacted and some are even stranded miles away from their loved ones. Many such families across the country desperately need your help with food and essentials like: rice, daal, salt, oil, soap and more to support themselves and their loved ones.
On 11 March, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. To combat the coronavirus and flatten the curve the government has taken many swift actions to slow the spread of COVID-19, including an imperative lockdown. However, the underprivileged communities in our country are being overwhelmed by the scale and impact of this crisis, even more so the large section of the nation that has little or no access to the required essentials in the unprecedented circumstances.
In these difficult times we are seeking your support as Airbnb community members to support this fundraising initiative and thus create an impact that can help the marginalised and vulnerable communities. Your support and contribution will give these families hope and strength to fight this crisis together. We must emerge stronger, together.
GiveIndia's trusted NGO partners identifies the beneficiaries
Funds are disbursed through our trusted nonprofit partners who will adhere to GiveIndia’s due-diligence framework
GiveIndia will receive regular updates of disbursement and they will carry out verification processes whenever feasible
The only way to stop the spread of the virus is to prevent it. Let’s come together and help India fight Coronavirus.
500 families still need support
How you can help
You can be part of the solution to save lives from the Coronavirus
Preventive sanitation kits and essential provisions- rice, daal, salt and more
Help the underprivileged stay safe from infections
Stop the spread of the Coronavirus
Provide nutrition support to the underprivileged in times of the Coronavirus pandemic