India Floods 2018 - Donation Appeal by Indian Red Cross Society

Over 600 people have died and several hundred thousand have been left struggling by the floods unleashed by the monsoon rains, and we are just in the middle of the season.

The last spell of flooding between 22nd to 27th July has left 300,000 people in relief camps, washing away their homes, assets, and livelihoods.

The Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS) National Headquarters and its branches in the affected states have been responding through its hundreds of trained volunteers from the very first hours of the floods.

IRCS has been extending rescue and first aid services as well as clean water, shelter and hygiene material. Indian Red Cross volunteers are working tirelessly and extending support from reserves especially built for such emergencies.

We are appealing for support to reach 25,000 affected families across India.

Your contribution will provide the affected families, first aid support, water and sanitation services, tarpaulin sheets for shelter, mosquito nets, kitchen utensils, solar lanterns, bed sheets and clothes.

Please donate generously towards the Indian Red Cross Flood Response 2018

Donate NOW!

In Country Indian donors please donate through bank transfer to the following account:

Name of the Beneficiary: Indian Red Cross Society Disaster Relief Fund
Savings Bank A/c No: 127104500000028
Name of the Bank: IDBI
RTGS/IFSC Code: IBKL0000127
MICR Code: 110259012

Click here for Disaster relief Online donation link at the India Floods 2018

Donations made to the Society are exempt from tax under section 80 G under the Indian Income Tax Act.


Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS) is the largest humanitarian statutory organisations established by an Act of Parliament. It has been working in India for close to 100 years, primarily in extending relief and building long-term community capacity to respond to disasters and calamities. IRCS Social and Emergency Response Volunteer (SERV) programme is geared towards building frontline responders who are drawn from the local communities. IRCS has 36 State and Union Territory branches and has presence across India.

iSource: Government of India and Humanitarian Snapshot Sphere India