Category - CrowdFUNding

Love Hiking? These People Crowdfunded Their Way To The Everest!

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The thrill of hiking over long trails, soaking in the scenic beauty, is something which can leave you spell-bound. Not only does it help you to relax, but it also boosts your health and stamina. However, often the perks of hiking are weighed down by the cost it entails. Right from the right shoes to comfortable hiking apparel, to backpacks to lodging/camping, hiking can be a costly affair.

However, thanks to crowdfunding, cost factor can be taken care of. There have been umpteen success stories of hikers who shared the passion of hiking but had disabilities or lacked funds for hiking and managed to achieve their hiking goals through crowdfunding.

Maharashtra’s Pride, Aparna Prabhudesai!

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Aparna, a facilitator and an entrepreneur from Pune, is a multi-faceted woman. Along with her professional work, she also manages to pursue her hobby of participating in marathons and mountain climbing. Owing to some unfortunate incident in 2012, Aparna was left disabled. However, her unflinching strength and courage did not let the disability overpower her spirit. She took up a mountaineering course, participated in multiple treks and went twice to the Everest Base Camp. Her undeterred efforts led people to donate for her cause and she finally became the first woman from Maharashtra, India to successfully summit the Mount Everest! We feel proud to have been a part of this inspiring journey.

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345Another individual from Maharashtra, Nihar, also summited the Mount Everest supported by Ketto. He undertook a three month long expedition starting from Kathmandu, Nepal to the Summit of Mount Everest. With the media coverage that this expedition would garner, he aimed to involve the local communities in developing ways to fight hunger and curb malnutrition in economically backward communities.

His fundraiser committed to donate ₹1 per feet of climb towards this cause. He successfully climbed the summit in March, 2015 and managed to raise ₹65,400 with 14 supporters.

Climbing World Cup: Climb Your Way To Health And Fitness!

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There are still not many people like Aparna and Nihar who are so passionate about mountain climbing. Chakram Hikers, a Maharashtra based firm, has been continuously striving in this direction. It organises hiking and trekking tours with intent to bring people closer to nature. The firm has been consistently instilling the spirit of adventure among masses along with spreading awareness about environment preservation. Chakram Hikers raised ₹ 52,000 with Ketto for the IFSC Climbing World Cup, which was scheduled at Navi Mumbai in May, 2016.

Crowdfunding: Hiking The New Way

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Besides people like Aparna for climbing Everest, Ketto has been helping many to achieve their hiking goals. Be it Vijayshekhar Nerva, who completed 4 Deserts Gobi March race in June 2015 by raising ₹1,39,740 or Mohit Kapoor, who raised ₹86,500 for a ride across 9 countries, we’re always here to help you!

So if you plan to go for a hike but lack support, you can stay assured that we’re here to give wings to your dreams. Happy hiking!

How Leftover Food Can Reach Hungry Mouths

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Many of us, who eat out regularly, are aware of the daily problem of massive food wastage in restaurants. Typically, restaurants over prepare certain items that are on the specials menu and other popular dishes so that their customers are well-taken care of. However, these joints are always in a fix as to what to do with the leftover.

Luckily, there are many people coming up with new ways to assist restaurants and grocery stores in dealing with their extra or leftover food. The use of modern day technology has made it easy to connect and coordinate, making excess food from one corner accessible to the needy at another corner.

Of course, making food available for the needy, on a wider scale needs funding as it costs the restaurants and the food stores a substantial amount to box the food and make it viable for transport. Thus, it is not affordable for an individual to do this on a regular basis, and as a result many such programs come to a halt.

Here are examples of how crowdfunding has turned out to be an innovative way to overcome this issue.

Feeding India
One such endeavour has been made by a not-for-profit social enterprise, ‘Feeding India’, which seeks a resolution to two main problems of hunger and food wastage. As a part of its Magic Truck initiative, the organization collects the leftover food from corporate offices and restaurants and uses it to provide meals to the poor.

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The Magic Truck provides meals consisting of one dal, 1 vegetable along with chappatis, rice and some dessert to the poor. Through their crowdfunding page on Ketto, they raised ₹2,14,014 ($3,331.09) through 104 supporters by which they provide nutritious meals to 1000 people, twice a day.

Janta Meals
Another chain of food outlets working in this direction is Janta Meals. It is located in slum areas with an aim to provide hygienically prepared wholesome food at affordable rates. The service involves community-based franchises that cater to urban migrant labourers including cycle rickshaw drivers, sweepers, mechanics, vegetable sellers etc.

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Janta Meals also promote entrepreneurship as these individual franchises are operated by micro-entrepreneurs, who are given an initial loan to help setup their food outlet. They are also provided with subsidized food that they then sell to the customers. Currently, there are 23 such outlets in Gurgaon, serving meals to around 4,500 people every day. They have raised ₹2,10,200 ($3,271.72) with the support of 51 supporters via their crowdfunding page on Ketto.

Food For The Needy
There is yet another organisation in the name of Uday Foundation which works to feed the needy. This Foundation provides food to underprivileged patients and their families or caretakers at government hospitals who cannot afford both medical bills and food. It also provides good, nutritious food to children from poor families who come to Delhi for longer treatment.

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Uday Foundation so far managed to raise ₹1,71,853 ($2,698.09) with the help of 64 supporters via their crowdfunding page on Ketto for this noble cause.

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Besides the structured organisations, some individuals as well use crowdfunding as a platform for their big and small fundraisers in the direction of food distribution. Samay Bansal from Ludhiana raised ₹62,076 through Ketto to provide free food and rose milk, popularly known as “chabeel”, to passersby in the scorching weather.

To sum it up, everyday millions of pounds of restaurant food goes to waste and many people are doing their bit to change it. Go ahead and donate to support NGOs and individuals who are ensuring people don’t go to their beds hungry.

All That Happened in 2016

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It’s that time of the year when everyone has their own hopeful or hopeless version of “What a year 2016 has been!” For us, it’s been a year packed with inspiring stories of humanity, change and innovation. Yet again, we’ve witnessed the power of the crowd coming together to make a difference to a cause.

This year, over 10,000 campaigners received donations from more than 67,000 supporters like you and me, collectively managing to raise over Rs. 24 crores. That means when you face a financial crunch – all you have to do is ask for help because there are many people out there who are listening! How beautiful is that! 

We’ve seem some wonderful initiatives this year – here are some that we’d like to share with you.

Health – 10 cyclists rode 1500 km to help children who live below poverty line fight cancer and raised over Rs. 175 lakh. This also happened to be India’s most funded crowdfunding project.

Farmer Welfare – To save farmers from ending their lives because of a bad year, over Rs. 30 lakh were raised.

Innovation – An entrepreneur made edible spoons and made everybody take part in the revolution against plastic by raising over Rs. 25 lakh.

Sports – India pulled off the first world cup in climbing, a sport shortlisted to feature as a new sport in the Olympics in 2020 by raising over Rs. 18 lakh.

Children – A man walked a million steps to raise Rs. 10 lakh so he can keep neglected children off the streets.

Rural India – Solar grids were provided to artisans of Gotiguda to transform their lives by raising over Rs. 7 lakh.

Animal Welfare – When an MLA inhumanly charged at the police horse Shaktimaan, all animal lovers came together provide him a retirement home by raising over Rs. 2 lakh.

LGBTQ – Over Rs. 2 lakh was raised for Quest2016, a National Academic Seminar that brought front the least represented facets of queer lives.

Community Development – School children decided to beautify railway stations in Mumbai by raising over Rs. 6 lakh.

Welcome 2017! Here’s to another year filled with stories of change and empowerment.

Want to raise funds? Start a fundraiser. Need help? Write to info@ketto.org or get in touch with us on Facebook and Twitter.

How Ketto Contributed To Global Citizen India’s Massive Movement

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From Chris Martin singing ‘Maa tujhe salaam’ to Prime Minister Narendra Modi quoting Bob Dylan in his video call, around 80,000 music lovers saw it all at the grandest and brightest event of the year on November 19 – India’s first ever Global Citizen Festival.

Along with being an exceptional music festival, this was also one of the most powerful events when it comes to driving social change and people’s participation. More than 5 lakh global citizens, Bollywood and international celebrities, business and political leaders collectively pledged to end extreme poverty by 2030 – by working towards sustainable goals of quality education, gender equality and water, sanitation & hygiene (WASH).

Through our partnership with Global Citizen India, we gave people another way of earning tickets – we encouraged them to support the pre-defined sustainable development goals by raising funds for 3 resourceful non-profits that work towards those causes – WaterAid India (Water & Sanitation Hygiene), Miracle Foundation (Quality Education) and Oxfam India (Gender Equality). People who successfully raised funds walked away with 4 free tickets and of course, a lot of good karma.

With help from about 4500 global citizens, we’ve raised Rs. 11,96,466 in total. Here’s our commitment to each sustainable development goal.

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The Global Citizen Festival India gathered immense support – 2,000,000 ‘actions journeys’ were completed and an amount of $5.93B (Rs. 40,500 crore) was secured to create a positive impact on 503M lives.

Festival’s impact includes 25 commitments and announcements from policymakers responding to ‘actions journeys’ and campaign efforts. Among the commitments are International Finance Corporation Banking on Women Group’s $2 billion promoting women entrepreneurship by end of 2017, 48 mobile classrooms from HP giving access to quality education and technology over 6 years, Toilet Board Coalition for improved access to sanitation and hygiene for 130 million people by 2020, IDFC Bank’s proposal to provide 200,000 micro-finance loans for water sanitation to reach 900,000 people by the end of 2019, Tata group chairman Ratan Tata committed Rs. 300 crore from Tata Trusts over the next two years for water and sanitation programmes and many more.

Now that’s a huge deal! We’re super proud to have contributed to this global movement in our own way.

We’re hoping to see these promising commitments turn into beautiful success stories for not just India but for the world. Here’s to a world without extreme poverty by 2030! Celebrate this first step in that direction by sharing it with everybody.

4 Social Causes That You Can Support & Do Your Bit For The Community

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Someone has rightly said “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” – nothing comes close to the beautiful feeling of having given back to the community. At this very moment, there are thousands of little girls and boys who are counting on you and hoping to receive your support to lead a better life. While some resourceful NGOs have taken up the responsibility of supporting them – they can’t do it without your help.

Here’s your chance to give back to your community – we’ve made a list of powerful causes that you can make a huge difference to by donating to their fundraisers on Ketto.

1. Help girls combat child marriage & human trafficking

Yuwa uses girls’ team sports as a platform for social development in rural India. It operates in Jharkhand – one of the poorest, least literate, and most lawless regions of India. Here, girls are rarely given a chance to choose their own future. A large number fall prey to human trafficking while the others begin training for domestic work including hard physical labour. After having their childhoods abruptly taken away girls are usually married off to an older man at the age of 15.

Yuwa is breaking this cycle by facilitating daily football and running a school. Help them give this basic childhood to every girl child by making a donation here.

2. Help 500 children overcome poverty

Magic Bus works with some of the world’s poorest children and young people, taking them from a childhood full of challenges to a life with meaningful livelihoods. They equip young people with the skills and knowledge they need to grow up and move out of poverty. Children on the Magic Bus programme complete school, and go on to enroll in vocational institute or colleges. They successfully fend off destabilizers such as child marriage and child labour and become first-generation salary earners.

To help children get a trained mentor, regular sessions in a year and long-term support to overcome obstacles, donate to their fundraiser here.

3. Help children who can’t battle cancer alone

CanKids…KidsCan is a grass root level organization and is the only not for profit organization in India that works on all aspects to enable best standards of treatment care and support services for children with cancer and their families from moment of diagnosis through treatment and after – into survivorship on one hand and palliative care, terminal and bereavement support on the other.

2 of their supporters are doing a week long trek in the Annapurna Mountains of Nepal. With this trek, their goal is to raise Rs. 4, 00,000 as this is the average cost of treatment for one child. Help them relieve a child from the financial burden of cancer by making a donation here.

4. Help children with special needs become independent

Umang Charitable Trust was founded with the belief that financial constraints should not prevent any child with special needs from receiving therapy. They work to provide remedial services to children with learning disabilities and autism, irrespective of their religion, caste or financial background. They also provide a range of clinical services from paediatric assessment to therapies for differently abled children who are in need of a specific treatment.

To be able to rehabilitate maximum economically disadvantaged children with special needs, they need funds. Support their fundraiser so they can help these little angels become independent by donating here.

Every child deserves a shot a better life and with the smallest amount of donation you can gift it to them. So go ahead, make a donation and give back to the community.

How Crowdfunding Is One Of The Most Effective Ways To Volunteer

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For some of us, the want to help or volunteer secures a permanent place in the corner of our minds. It’s always coexisting with other thoughts like, ‘Will I get too much traffic on the road at this time?’, ‘I hope my boss likes the presentation I created’, ‘I have to talk to my finance guy to sort my taxes’, ‘I’ve been wanting to go for these cleanliness drives since ages, let me set a reminder!’. If you’ve had thoughts similar to the last one but have been not been able to do so, there’s something that can help you turn these thoughts into actions – crowdfunding!

Let us tell you a few stories that will help you understand how crowdfunding has become one of the most effective ways of volunteering:

Volunteer By Contributing:

We believe that every contribution has a beautiful story of humanity. Let us paint a picture for you – you don’t just read someone’s story but also feel for it and reach your card to make a contribution, that means from a completely different place you just went out of your way to send your well wishes in the form of the contribution, so the person can get close to what he/she wants. What you just did in a matter of 3 minutes is an unadulterated, selfless and kind act.

To give you an example, Make Love Not Scars started a fundraiser on Ketto to help an acid attack victim from Zimbabwe after a cup of fuming liquid was splashed on her face. She had 42% critical burn injuries but she also had bright chances of regaining vision in one of her eyes – so to save her from going blind, a total of 366 people supported her fundraiser by raising Rs. 6,54,766. Now, that’s something! Who would have thought that this woman from Zimbabwe would get help during the most difficult part of her life from a bunch of people in India along with her loved ones?

Not just in time of need, people have also volunteered for causes that they believe in and want to be a part of by contributing to their fundraisers on Ketto. For the recent railway beautification projects in Mumbai during DaanUtsav – Lilavatibai Podar High School- ISC started a fundraiser to beautify the Andheri station and managed to raise Rs. 6,99,912 by support from 2070 people, primarily students – an activity taken up by masses and powered by them!

It’s brilliant how crowdfunding powered by technology is enabling you to volunteer and make a difference to causes without physically being there!

Volunteer By Starting A Fundraiser:

You may have too many good thoughts in a day and to turn these thoughts and ideas into reality, you need funds – that is the reality we all have to face. If you feel like helping someone with their financial needs, instead of giving a small or a generous amount yourself, start a fundraiser and give others a chance to contribute as well – you’d be surprised to see how many people are willing to help, just like you. You won’t just be giving others a chance to help, you’ll also be creating a greater impact because of other people’s involvement.

Recently we put up a tragic story of siblings with a rare condition that made their skin like that of a snake. When we were trying to get help for these children, one of our ex-campaigners came forward and started a fundraiser for him on Ketto. Along with raising Rs. 1,85,902 so far, his initiative was also covered in The Times Of India. So not only did he raise a huge amount with support from 124 people, he also shared their story with a lot more people.

So many beautiful things came out of this fundraiser, had he helped these siblings alone – all this wouldn’t have happened.

Volunteer By Sharing:

Our social media profiles often highlight our interests and opinions about things that matter to us. There are so many people who ask for help every day on Ketto for raising funds for various reasons – health, education, women empowerment, animal welfare, children – share any of the causes that mean the most to you to help it get more support. By simply sharing the fundraiser, you’ll be giving the cause a voice and possibly donations from potential supporters. And you’ll probably also be motivating other people to help the cause.

So the next time you feel like volunteering but struggle to find time or the commitment to physically go out to help – turn to these three impactful ways and make it happen!

Yauatcha Partners With Ketto To Support Families Of Martyred Soldiers

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This Diwali, Yauatcha decided to go beyond just wishing people a ‘Happy Diwali’. The Michelin-starred restaurant, across all its locations in India, decided to extend their support to the families of soldiers who lost their lives while protecting us at the border.

To bring this initiative to life – for every bill that was generated at Yauatcha during the festive season, a donation of Rs. 100 was made towards improving the lives of these families.

Yauatcha also supported this initiative by starting an online fundraiser on Ketto. The restaurant managed to raise Rs. 2,02,400 in a matter of just 7 days! Funds raised through this initiative will soon be transferred to the martyrs’ families.

View the fundraiser here.

This Diwali, Let There Be Light – But Of A Different Kind

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We’re a generation of change – right from the way we see traveling, body-shaming, feminism, protest to even Bollywood – everything is way different from how we perceived it a decade ago. Our transitory generation can safely say, ‘It’s the end of the world as we knew it’.

What if we also changed the way we look at festivals? What if we made a few changes in the traditional ‘rule-book’, implemented them and handed it over to our children so it ends up becoming an annual tradition? How about adopting a habit of adopting a cause every Diwali?

We’re talking about a real deal here – that means, every time you decorate your house, make festive food, you also think of the cause your family can make a difference to that year.

We all love to be at home to celebrate festivals so it’s a perfect time to take up a cause together and make a difference to it collectively. Just adopt any cause – we don’t mean something that will put an end to global warming (nothing like it, if you can do that though), we mean ideas that will celebrate change in the smallest way possible.

In case you’d like thought starters, here are some ideas that you can start with this year:

Invite your maid’s family over for dinner and eat with them at the dinner table for a change. It can even be your watchman, garbage picker, laundry person – anyone you feel like knowing a little better. This can be truly enlightening. Nithya one of our ex-campaigners shared the idea of this beautiful tradition with us – he even raised funds for his maids’ kids, read his beautiful story here.

Instead of putting up long updates about how animals and birds get tortured by the smoke and noise during Diwali and boiling our blood over insensitive people not realising it, here’s a thought – you probably can’t control all people who burst crackers, but what you can do is put address tags on stray dogs and cats who live in your area. Why? Strays tend to run to a noise-free place and realise they are completely lost and disoriented after Diwali. This can help dog lovers like you bring them back to where they belong once the madness is over.

You know that lane outside your building that you’ve written multiple complaints about and have been waiting for the authorities to look into – how about doing it yourself? Maybe this Diwali you can go beyond just cleaning your own house. Pick up the broom, put on a mask, gather your family and maybe your society members and clean up that lane! We think it’ll make for a beautiful story and a brighter Diwali!

Every time you’ve seen a person in need, you’ve probably reached your wallet and given them what you can but if you had to go for a sustainable solution. You can raise funds for that needy person – the old man who sells toys, the underprivileged kid who learns with the books she finds in the trash, the old woman who is all alone after her son died – anyone who you think could use some monetary help – start a fundraiser for them on Ketto and we’ll guide you at every step. If you want to read stories of regular people changing lives by starting a fundraiser, go here.

Every child should have something to look forward this Diwali, right? How about taking rounds of your area and giving away chocolates/sweets/ice creams to children on the street. We’re sure your deed is going to light up their Diwali and their smiles are going to light up yours.

This way, by celebrating every festival, we’ll also be celebrating change. Won’t festivals become truly beautiful if we celebrate them this way? So how do you want to begin this tradition this Diwali?

How To Make A Difference To Someone This Diwali

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The festival of lights is round the corner and we’re sure you are all busy looking for gifts for your loved ones. But while you spread the love among your friends and family, let’s also gift something to the children and communities that face a lack of even the basic needs – after all everyone deserves a ‘Happy Diwali’, right?

What would the gift be? Gift them with a contribution – even the smallest one would make a huge difference. This Diwali, here are 5 fundraisers that you can contribute and make a difference to:

Save A Critically Ill Child

screenshot_7There are so many underprivileged children in India who are critically ill and do not have the means to get their treatment done. No child should die because of lack of funds, keeping that thought in mind, the gorgeous Dia Mirza – ambassador of Genesis Foundation has pledged to save lives by raising funds towards their treatment.

You have the chance to brighten up the future of these little souls. Join Dia in her effort to help a child walk, play, jump, laugh and LIVE again by contributing to her fundraiser.

Light Up A House

There are over 306.2 million individuals in India that do not have access to the basic necessity of electricity. A large number of these people live in villages and over 75% of them are below the poverty line. Project Chirag started by 3 thoughtful girls – Noorie, Saumya and Saakshi aims to benefit inhabitants of these areas that have no access to light. After analysing 100 homes and their problems, they have come up with a simple solution – solar power. Once installed, solar powered lights are free, clean, and give constant light to a rural house.

Project Chirag is working to provide solar powered lights to every off-grid rural house in India – help their cause by contributing to their fundraiser.

Cheer Up The Children In Hospitals

screenshot_8There are a number of children who spend Diwali in hospitals as they are suffering from various illnesses and who may not have anything to look forward to this Diwali.

Uday Foundation helps underprivileged patients who are currently undergoing various medical treatments in government hospitals. Light up their lives by contributing to their fundraiser.

Light Up These Artisans’ House

screenshot_9Lack of electricity has left the villagers of Gotiguda, a small village in Odisha, in poverty. The villagers are highly skilled craftsmen who depend on Dokhra metal crafts for their livelihood. However, without electricity and lighting, they are unable to produce enough craft work and thus struggle to make ends meet.

The funds raised through this fundraiser will be used to set-up a solar micro-grid, provide lights and supply a polishing machine. This solution is built on community involvement and is designed to be a long-term, self-sustaining solution. Help them get the opportunities they deserve by contributing to their fundraiser.

Make Diwali Special For Truck Drivers

screenshot_10Everything that we need on a day to day basis is brought to our door step thus making our life simple and convenient. Over time this has become a necessity making us forget that it takes tremendous effort for the truck drivers who make this happen.

This Diwali, support WOW Truck’s initiative of spreading happiness to truck drivers and their families by contributing to their fundraiser.

So you see – there are so many people and causes you can make a difference to this Diwali. Light up their lives – trust us, it’s going to be way more illuminating than the diyas and lanterns.

For Our Fallen Soldiers

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“I will observe and obey the commands of any officer set above me, even to the peril of my life” — Oath of an Indian Army Officer.


The Combined Defense Service Examination is held two times every year in the months of March and October, an average of 4,00,000 people sit for the tests, out of which only 8,000 are made eligible to join the forces.

Before their formal integration into the army the young aspirants take a pledge to serve their nation before themselves, and if need be, sacrifice their lives in the line of duty, for their country.

An oath they take with great pride and happiness.

The mighty ask of that pledge came true for 18 soldiers from the 10 Dogra and 6 Bihar regiments on the fateful morning of 18th September. While most of India slept comfortably in their beds the small town of Uri — an Indian army base along the LoC, was under seize by a group of four militants who crossed the border into India.

In a pre-dawn ambush, the terrorists infiltrated the camps and lobbed 17 grenades in under three minutes at the sleeping soldiers instantly killing 18, and further injuring 30 support staff and personnel.


As the families of the fallen heroes and the rest of the world woke up to the news, everyone at the Ketto India headquarters too, was deeply saddened and shocked at the development.

As the day progressed, what followed was a rhetoric from the Government of India, that every Indian had come to learn and accept. Condemnation of the ‘dastardly attacks’ was followed by an announcement of compensation for the family of the soldiers.

When that money would actually reach their families was a question without answer.


As the catalyst of social change, Ketto decided to take charge of the situation and use every resource available to them to help the soldiers. The team proactively started fundraisers in the name of each of the 18 soldiers.

The idea was simple — the money would directly, immediately and effectively reach their families, the funds would be transferred to their personal bank accounts, there would be no lags, no middle-men and no red tape.


Most of the soldiers hailed from India’s poverty stricken state of Bihar, where the man of the house was usually the sole bread earner for the family and his sudden and tragic death would mean financial mayhem for his dear ones.

Individuals, start-ups, MNC’s, celebrities and schools made-up the 18 entities that came together to adopt a campaign each, for the martyrs. And the list is still counting.


The collective efforts of the campaigners and their supporters have met with great success
The sharing of the fundraisers on social-media has brought awareness and traction to all the pages, ensuring individual contributions from all over the country and beyond. The ripple effect has been significant and vast ensuring financial stability for the grieving families.

In no particular order, here are names of all our fallen soldiers:

Havildar Ashok Kumar Singh, Naik SK Vidarthi , Sepoy Rakesh Singh, Sepoy Ganesh Shankar, Sepoy Rajesh Kumar Singh, Sepoy Harinder Yadav, Havildar NS Rawat, Sepoy Naiman Kuju, Sepoy Uike Janrao, Sepoy Bishwajit Ghorai, Sepoy G Dalai, Subedar Karnail Singh, Havildar Ravi Paul, Sepoy Javra Munda, Lance Naik G Shankar, Lance Naik RK Yadav, Sepoy TS Somnath and Sepoy K Vikas Janardhan

 

We’ve started the ‘Support Soldiers’ initiative to help families of our martyred soldiers by facilitating crowdfunding for their survival and sustenance. This initiative will remain active for all days of the year, needless to say, especially when we’re hit by tragic and unfortunate news of another brave soldier losing his life while protecting the country at the border.

If you too would like to show support, then adopt a martyred soldier by starting a fundraiser for them, contribute to either of the fundraisers or simply spread the word by sharing the link with your friends and family or you can just write to use at info@ketto.org.

Support Soldiers — An initiative by Ketto: supportsoldiers.ketto.org

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