Nepal earthquake relief work : HJS to help in Nepal and North India


We urge all Indians to donate to Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) for the noble cause of relief work in the areas devastated by the recent earthquake in North India and Nepal. Interested patrons can give us donations.

Nepal and parts of North India have just gone through a devastating earthquake. The Government of India has responded to this tragedy promptly and immediately provided much needed assistance to the affected areas. However, as it is the case with the aftermath of any natural calamity, the survivors need food, shelter and medical assistance.

How you can make a difference !

Hindu Janajagruti Samiti will be sending a team to assist the relief operations in the quake affected areas. We request all the patrons of HJS to donate to this noble cause. Your donations will be used to financially help the Nepalese NGOs working selflessly in disaster management.

Three easy ways to donate

Please note : All donations to ‘Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’ are exempt from Income Tax under The Income Tax Act 1961 Section 80G. Also we accept donation from Indian citizens only. (As we are not registered with FCRA, we do not accept foreign donations.)

In case you choose to donate through option 2 or 3, in order to receive the receipt of the donation kindly mail us your full name and address with transaction details. Our email address for communication is : [email protected]

   1. Electronic Donation


   2. Direct transfer

Bank Account Details –

Account Name:

Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

Bank Name:



New Panvel, Raigad, Maharashtra

Account Number:


IFSC code:


   3. By Cheque / DD

Please note that the cheque / demand draft (DD) should be drawn on the name of ‘Hindu Janajagruti Samiti.

You may send the cheques/DD to below address

Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

C/o Sanatan Ashram

24/B, Ramnathi

Bandivade, Ponda

GOA – 403 401



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