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Kerala Flood Relief

The flood situation in Kerala state has gone from bad to worse as the number of death in the devastating floods nearing 400. With the Meteorological department predicting very heavy rains across the state till August 18, a red alert has been sounded in 14 districts and more than 1.5 lakh people have been lodged in relief camps across the state. The lack of power supply in some places has rendered those stranded without a means to connect with their family members and friends. The floods have also left people without homes and basic supplies.

Chief Minister of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan and some tech companies like Google, Facebook and Paytm are doing their bit to help those facing the ongoing torrential rainfall. There are many ways by which you could donate to the Cheif Ministers Distress Relief Fund and many posts with the information is circulated on social media platforms with the hashtags #KeralaFlood #KeralaFloodRelief #KeralaFloods2018 #Donate4Kerala #DonateForKerala #KeralaDonationChallenge.

How can you donate and help people in Kerala?

Pinarayi Vijayan, Chief Minister of Kerala has requested the help from various parts of the country since the situation in Kerala is getting very bad.

Donation towards Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund (CMDRF) can be done through the following steps:

  • Enter your name, phone number, email ID and other details.
  • Then you will be directed to the payment gateway, where you can pay through net banking, debit card or credit card.
  • If the payment is successful, you will receive a notification on the display and on your email address.
How to Donate Kerala

How to Donate Kerala

Donations can also be made through cheques or demand drafts (DD), or internet banking.

Address for cheques:

The Principal Secretary (Finance) Treasurer,
Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund,
Secretariat,
Thiruvananthapuram – 1;

To contribute online:

Account number: 67319948232
Bank: State Bank of India
Branch: City branch, Thiruvananthapuram
IFSC Code: SBIN0070028
PAN: AAAGD0584M
Name of Donee: CMDRF

How to Donate for Kerala Flood Relief through Paytm?

For Kerala Flood Relief, India’s e-commerce payment system Paytm has decided to reach out to its community & extend a helping hand by inviting contributions from their customers.

According to Paytm CEO, all the money we donate will be doubled by adding the company’s fund to donate the Kerala Chief Minister’s Relief Fund. According to a blog post by the company, Paytm will match the donations made by its users. “Every contribution you make Paytm will match it Rupee for Rupee. For instance, if you contribute Rs 100, we will add Rs 100 from our side to the contribution. And we will make sure it reaches the Kerala Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund,” it said in the blog.

Here is how you can donate for Kerala Flood Relief through Paytm:

On Mobile:

  • Open your Paytm App.
  • Tap ‘Kerala Floods’ icon on the homepage.
  • Enter Details, Amount & tap on Proceed.

On Website:

  • Visit www.paytm.com on your web browser.
  • Tap ‘Kerala Floods’ icon on the homepage.
  • Enter Details, Amount & click on Proceed.

Emergency Helpline Numbers

The chief minister’s office has also released helpline numbers.

Kasargod: 9446601700
Kannur: 91-944-668-2300
Kozhikode: 91-944-653-8900
Wayanad: 91-807-840-9770
Malappuram: 91-938-346-3212
Malappuram: 91-938-346-4212
Thrissur: 91-944-707-4424
Thrissur: 91-487-236-3424
Palakkad: 91-830-180-3282
Ernakulam: 91-790-220-0400
Ernakulam: 91-790-220-0300
Alappuzha: 91-477-223-8630
Alappuzha: 91-949-500-3630
Alappuzha: 91-949-500-3640
Idukki: 91-906-156-6111
Idukki: 91-938-346-3036
Kottayam: 91-944-656-2236
Kottayam: 91-944-656-2236
Pathanamthitta: 91-807-880-8915
Kollam: 91-944-767-7800
Thiruvananthapuram: 91-949-771-1281

Kerala, God’s own country and the beautiful paradise with its calm backwaters is today destroyed by the worst floods in more than 100 years. The loss of life and property is unprecedented, with over 300 people have lost their lives & many displaced families living in relief camps. KERALA NEEDS US! DONATE AND SAVE KERALA!

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