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In order to help the people of Mahendrapur to get back to normal life - see our reports - we need YOUR continious financial contribution.
30.00 150.00 2,000.00
Relief activities for one child per month (i.e. USD 360 per year) Relief activities for one family per month (i.e. USD 1,800 per year) Construction of one house
Please donate generously! Our team works on voluntary base. Administrative costs are kept as low as possible.
Peter Ruhe observes buttermaking
inmidst the rubble
The remains of a village in Kutch
Project adviser Himmatbhai Goda (left), project co-ordinator Yogesh Goda (centre, from back) and Peter Ruhe speaking to villagers belonging to the Rabari tribe in Kutch
Saving them was not in your hands but helping them surely is.
In co-operation with GandhiServe India Trust and other Gandhian institutions we are rendering non-bureaucratic help to the victims of the earthquake by providing their basic needs. GandhiServe founder Peter Ruhe and staff member Jayan Mitra joined the relief work in Gujarat in February and March.
Please help us to help those who are suffering terrible
loss and pain at this time! Your donation will go straight to those who badly need your aid.
Please send your donation in one of the following ways:
1) By providing your credit card details and the amount to
Subject: Gujarat Earthquake Relief Campaign
For security reasons you may wish to split your credit card number in two emails, e.g. first email: VISA 1234 5678 XXXX XXXX, valid upto XX/XX
second email: VISA XXXX XXXX 9012 3456, valid upto 01/02
or send a fax to: +49.30.7434787
2) By transfering the amount to our bank account:
Account holder: GandhiServe e.K. Bank name: Berliner Sparkasse Bank address: Mariendorfer Damm 95, 12109 Berlin, Germany Bank code: 100 500 00 Swift: BELADEBE Account no: 132 000 5680 "for Gujarat Earthquake Relief Campaign"