Thank you so much for wanting to support our initiatives. You can also make a direct donation to Shivprabha or scroll down to support any of our current giving opportunities.
All the money you give us goes to bringing educational, health, economic and environmental equity to farming communities in rural India. We promise to make every bit of money you send us count.
If you would like to know how your money is spent, you can download our annual impact reports here. All donations you make are tax deductible.
Support Shivprabha Charitable Trust
Current giving opportunities
Cyclone Fani was one of the most devastating cyclones to hit Indian shores in the recent past. Despite the stellar work from the government, it still left affected 10 million people across 15,000 villages. With your help, we can provide relief to 300 families.
Reeling under severe drought conditions, 2 villages in Nanded district have only asked for help in procuring enough water to enable the residents to survive for 10 days. Help us give the residents of Bhogaon and Delup Khurd get access to water so they don’t have to leave their homes in search of water.
For two years now, the Shivprabha Farmers’ Club initiative has been helping farmers in Maharashtra become self-sufficient with microfinancing and technological inputs to boost farm yield. This year, with your help, we want to expand the club to 100 farmer families.
The Borlepawars are an elderly couple who found themselves destitute when relatives forced them out of their home and usurped their property. Left with no means, they resorted to begging on trains. With your help, we can restore dignity to their lives.
Pravin Laidbar is an aspiring engineer pursuing his B.tech in Dairy Technology. An excellent student, he has been selected for plant training at Asia’s premier dairy technology institute for his last semester. Help fund his training so he can fulfil his and his family’s dream.
Anita Dukare from Nanand Khurd in Yavatmal is a single mother of 7 children. As a landless farm labourer, her options for continued, sustainable employment are extremely limited. Help us raise funds that will allow Anita to become a self-sustaining entrepreneur and continue her kids’ schooling.
Twarit Shrivastava is a young 9-year-old boy dealing with aplastic anemia, an extremely rare condition that slows production of blood cells. Help his parents, Atul and Rashmi Shrivastava, afford the bone marrow transplants he needs to be able to regain his life back.
500 children in Baliraja need your help to continue their education. Children of farmers, their parents can’t afford to buy them notebooks and school bags which they need to ensure they’re able to study at school. With your help, we can help these children secure their right to education.