Help Those Who Have Fallen Through The Cracks Survive The Lockdown

ESG Team, in coordination with various civil society organisations and trade unions, has been assisting stranded migrant workers, daily wagers, urban poor, pastoralists and rural poor survive the lock-down.

We assist them to continue living a dignified life through the pandemic lock-down.

This means they do not have to depend on daily handouts. We provide them at least two weeks of dry rations.

With the lock-down extended, they now need more help.

Contributions to ESG’s Disaster and Relief Fund, and also contributions made to ESG’s General Fund, will go to extending relief to migrant, urban poor, farming and pastoral families in difficulty due to the lockdown.

All Indian donors benefit from tax exemptions under Sec 80G of IT Act.

Foreign donations must be routed through ESG’s FCRA linked account as per FCRA Act.

Videos and Pictures of ESG Relief Efforts

“Kareng-Do It!” is a voluntary association extending relief and support to hundreds of migrant workers caught without money, supplies and food. ESG has assisted in reaching these supplies to migrant workers all over South Bangalore.

In addition, donations made to ESG’s Disaster and Relief Fund is being used to support migrant families and urban poor with two weeks food and essentials.




During lockdown, ESG has been able to help vulnerable communities with provisions from the donations received for COVID-19 relief work. A list of donors and the amount donated by each can be found in Donations received for COVID Relief in ESG. For more details, click here.

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