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Winter Care

A humble request 

Please donate any amount. We are not taking old clothes due to COVID.

The recent Cop 26 meeting has highlighted how important it is to notice and care about climate change and its effects. Developed as well as developing nations are planning to move towards renewable sources of energy, to stop the environment from further deterioration.

We have been aware of changing monsoon cycles, melting glaciers, landslides and increasing greenhouse gas emissions. Primarily, greenhouse gases contribute to extreme weather which is evident from the range of temperature during respective seasons.

India, despite being shielded from the Himalayas, has been facing extreme weather, owing to population density, peculiar geography, and reduced forest cover. Due to low temperatures in winter, a large part of our population struggles to survive due to a lack of resources. 

The burden of their ordeal can be understood as it is difficult for them to arrange warm clothes for themselves let alone two meals a day. The government runs rain basera (doss house) and food centers for the needy still, these efforts prove insufficient considering the population of the country.

India recorded a total of 152 deaths because of the cold wave in 2020. If we take into account the unrecorded deaths, the number can easily surpass thousands if not lakhs. People living on the streets account for the majority of the deaths due to the cold wave. Someone so helpless and poor that he cannot arrange a blanket for himself is less likely to survive in this unforgiving weather. They surely need a helping hand to make their life a little easier.

Needless to say that this year too, the winter is as challenging as the previous year. Last year, we were on the ground with our winter care initiative. From identifying the areas and managing our resources, we were able to touch upon many lives. Your support was instrumental in making our drive successful. 

We believe that this year, we will be able to reach more people than the previous year. This can only be achieved when you will come forward in substantial numbers. Your generosity will help them with warm clothes such as blankets, woolen socks/caps, and sweaters. Sewa International urges you to make an ample donation to save lives.




You can make a big difference to their lives!

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For Local Donations

Account Name – Sewa International

Account No. – 10080533304

Branch Address – Jhandewala Extn Branch (Delhi)

Bank Name – State Bank of India

IFS Code – SBIN0009371

For Foreign Donations

Account Name – Sewa International

Account No. – 40063320848

Branch Code – 00691

IFSC – SBIN0000691


Bank Branch Address – New Delhi Main Branch

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