India needs you

With no hospital admissions available, the only hope for critical COVID-19 patients is to get medical oxygen supply at their homes (in the form of cylinders and oxygen concentrators). Also, small hospitals have no reliable source of medical oxygen.

30MCovid Cases
390,713Deaths
1,000sDead from Lack of Oxygen

OxygenForIndia is a volunteer-run campaign to deliver lifesaving medical oxygen to those who need it the most, as quickly as possible.

ACCESS TO MEDICAL OXYGEN AT HOME
REDUCE OVERCROWDING OF HEALTHCARE FACILITIES
DEDICATED OXYGEN DESK AT HOSPITALS
DEDICATED CALL DESK FOR PATIENTS
Highlights
  • What happens in India doesn't stay in India. OxygenForIndia's work covered in TIME magazine.

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  • CBS journeys with OxygenForIndia; Oxygen concentrators from the US straight to patients in need.

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  • Brooklyn Raga Massive support OxygenForIndia. All proceeds from "Quarantine Dreams" will be donated our cause.

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  • From USA to Delhi. Our consignment of oxygen concentrators is here!

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  • How we are attempting to solve the oxygen crisis in India?

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OUR GOAL

Our goal is to ensure that no one in India dies due to the lack of medical oxygen. In the short term, we are deploying 40,000 reusable oxygen cylinders and 20,000 oxygen concentrators in 20 urban and rural centers across India. Meanwhile, are working with partners to establish a stable, reliable oxygen supply system for India for the long term. OxygenForIndia is funded through donations in India through Tech4Health Foundation, a registered non-profit with 12a registration and 80G tax exemption; and globally CDDEP, a 501c3 organization registered in the United States. Donations received in India and the US are tax-exempt.

40,000
REUSABLE OXYGEN CYLINDERS
20,000
OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS


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