5 Best ways in which you can Help Donate Indian Army Families here

16 Feb 2019: 5 ways in which you can donate to Indian Army

The Indian Army is one of the largest and best armies in the world.

The Army, which is the pride of our nation, contributes to the lives of people beyond the battlefield too. The least one can do to show gratitude and respect is to contribute and donate to support the Indian Army.

Here are some ways to make donations to the Indian Army.

#1: National Defence Fund for welfare of Armed Forces

Donate to Indian Army
Donate to Indian Army

Donation appeal:

The Indian Army is one of the largest and best armies in the world. The Army, which is the pride of our nation, contributes to the lives of people beyond the battlefield too. The least one can do to show gratitude and respect is to contribute and donate to support the Indian Army. Here You can make donations to the Indian Army. The Army maintains the “Army Welfare Fund Battle Casualties” account to accept donations for the welfare and financial assistance of the bereaved families of battle casualties.

National Defense Fund for welfare of Armed Forces

Those interested in donating to the Indian Army can contribute to National Defense Fund (NDF) utilized for the welfare of Armed Forces (also Para Military Forces) members, including the Army, and their dependents.

The Fund is completely dependent on the voluntary contributions from the public. Donations can be made online here. Need your help and support for our Noble work. Please Donate here our Charity with $500, $100 $50 or any amount to help our Brave Indian Army’s Family members. 
Fundraising is the gentle art of teaching the joy of giving.
-Hank Rosso
No one has ever become poor by giving.
–Anne Frank
Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.
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Those interested in donating to the Indian Army can contribute to National Defence Fund (NDF) utilized for the welfare of Armed Forces (also Para Military Forces) members, including the Army, and their dependents.

The Fund is completely dependent on the voluntary contributions from the public.

Donations can be made online through NDF’s website, PM India portals (pmindia.nic.in, pmindia.gov.in), and State Bank of India’s website.

#2: The Army Welfare Fund Battle Casualties

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The Army maintains the “Army Welfare Fund Battle Casualties” account to accept donations for the welfare and financial assistance of the bereaved families of battle casualties.

To donate, one can send a Demand Draft in favor of “Army Welfare Fund Battle Casualties” payable at New Delhi or transfer directly to “Army Welfare Fund Battle Casualties” account with Syndicate Bank (IFSC: SYNB0009055; Account No.: 90552010165915).

#3: Donate to the Army Central Welfare Fund

Monetary contributions can also be made to the Indian Army through the “Army Central Welfare Fund”.

To donate, individuals can send a Demand Draft in favor of “Army Central Welfare Fund” payable at New Delhi. One can also transfer funds directly to the bank account of Army Central Welfare Fund with Corporation Bank (IFSC: CORP0000205; Account No. : 020500101007721).

#4: Contributions to Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centre in Pune

One can send donations to Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centre in Pune that provides aftercare and rehabilitation to defense forces personnel disabled due to spinal cord injuries (paraplegics and tetraplegics).

Contributions by cash/crossed check in name of “Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centre, Kirkee” can be sent to the center. Donations can be transferred to “Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centre, Kirkee” account with Punjab National Bank (IFSC: PUNB0027800; Account no.: 0278000100174484).

#5: You can make donations to ‘Bharat Ke Veer’

Apart from the Army, one can also make donations to support the families of martyred Central Armed Police Forces personnel, including CRPF.

Bharat Ke Veer (India’s Bravehearts), a brainchild of actor Akshay Kumar, is a Home Affairs Ministry initiative to support the kin of those who laid down their lives in the line-of-duty.

One can donate through ‘Bharat Ke Veer’ website or mobile app.

New Delhi: In a dastardly terror attack on security forces, at least 40 CRPF personnel were martyred on Thursday after a suicide bomber from the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terror group rammed an explosives-laden vehicle into a bus carrying the jawans in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district. Several critically injured jawans are still battling for lives.

Even as the CRPF has vowed to take revenge for the dastardly attack on its 78-bus convoy which was carrying 2,547 soldiers, you can also do your bit by donating money for the families of these bravehearts. To donate to the families of the martyrs, visit the website or download the app – Bharat Ke Veer – at bharatkeveer.gov.in.

The ‘Bharat Ke Veer’ initiative was launched in April 2017 by the Ministry of Home Affairs with a purpose to enable citizens to help the families of soldiers by donating money online. The donated money will either directly reach to the individual braveheart’s account or it can also be transferred to the Bharat Ke Veer corpus fund.

 

With the help of the portal, you can provide financial support to the families of martyrs from Assam Rifles (AR), Border Security Force (BSF), Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), National Security Guard (NSG), Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB).

Individuals who are willing to donate are advised to read the guidelines mentioned in the website thoroughly.

Donate to Indian Army
Donate to Indian Army

Donation appeal:

The Indian Army is one of the largest and best armies in the world. The Army, which is the pride of our nation, contributes to the lives of people beyond the battlefield too. The least one can do to show gratitude and respect is to contribute and donate to support the Indian Army. Here You can make donations to the Indian Army. The Army maintains the “Army Welfare Fund Battle Casualties” account to accept donations for the welfare and financial assistance of the bereaved families of battle casualties.

National Defense Fund for welfare of Armed Forces

Those interested in donating to the Indian Army can contribute to National Defense Fund (NDF) utilized for the welfare of Armed Forces (also Para Military Forces) members, including the Army, and their dependents.

The Fund is completely dependent on the voluntary contributions from the public. Donations can be made online here. Need your help and support for our Noble work. Please Donate here our Charity with $500, $100 $50 or any amount to help our Brave Indian Army’s Family members. 
Fundraising is the gentle art of teaching the joy of giving.
-Hank Rosso
No one has ever become poor by giving.
–Anne Frank
Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.
-Oprah Winfrey
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NEW DELHI: Thursday’s suicide attack on the CRPF convoy, which left 40 security personnel dead and several others critically injured, has shaken the collective conscience of the entire nation.  At a time when the government has promised to give a befitting response to the perpetrators of the Pulwama attack with unconditional support from the opposition parties, several government and non-government organisations and individuals have come forward to help the kith and kin of the Pulwama attack martyrs in whatever ways they can.

It may be recalled that various Central and state government bodies, their employees and private organisations have also decided to collect funds in order to support the families of fallen heroes of Mother India.

While jobs and adequate monetary assistance has been promised to the kith and kin of the slain CRPF soldiers, people from all walks of lives have come forward to donate as much as they can to various welfare funds constituted by the central and respective state governments.

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Here’s how you can make a contribution to these funds dedicated to the welfare of the kith and kin of martyred Indian soldiers.

Bharat Ke Veer

In order to help the grief-stricken families of our bravehearts, you donate funds by visiting the ”Bharat Ke Veer” website started by the government of India.

You can also download the ”Bharat Ke Veer” App to know more before donating money.

The ‘Bharat Ke Veer’ initiative was launched in April 2017 by the Ministry of Home Affairs with a purpose to enable citizens to help the families of soldiers by donating money online. 

The donated money will either directly reach to the individual braveheart’s account or it can also be transferred to the Bharat Ke Veer corpus fund.

Army Welfare Fund Battle Casualties

Similarly, donations can also be made to the Army Welfare Fund. 

The donations received in the fund is utilised to pay financial assistance/grant to widows of our Battle Casualties, their next of kin and dependents.

To donate, one can send a Demand Draft in favour of “Army Welfare Fund Battle Casualties” payable at New Delhi or transfer directly to “Army Welfare Fund Battle Casualties” account with Syndicate Bank (IFSC: SYNB0009055; Account No.: 90552010165915).

National Defence Fund 

Those interested in donating to the Indian Army can contribute to National Defence Fund (NDF) utilized for the welfare of Armed Forces (also Para Military Forces) members, including the Army, and their dependents.

The Fund is completely dependent on the voluntary contributions from the public.

Donations can be made online through NDF’s website, PM India portals (pmindia.nic.in, pmindia.gov.in), and State Bank of India’s website.

Army Central Welfare Fund

Monetary contributions can also be made to the Indian Army through the “Army Central Welfare Fund”.

To donate, individuals can send a Demand Draft in favour of “Army Central Welfare Fund” payable at New Delhi. One can also transfer funds directly to the bank account of Army Central Welfare Fund with Corporation Bank (IFSC: CORP0000205; Account No.: 020500101007721).  

 

CLAIM

A viral message claims that the Modi government has now launched a new scheme “exclusively” for battle casualties and weapon purchase.

The message reads:

*** 🙏Pay only Rs1/- (Ruppe one only)

Like never before, The Modi government has started a new scheme exclusively for Indian Army Battle Casualties and Weapon Purchase.

The government has opened bank account where people can donate funds directly to Army Welfare Account which will be used for purchasing weapons to the Indian Army and providing facilities for war casualties.

People had suggested Government to open bank account to collect funds exclusively for battle casualties and purchasing weapons for army, the Modi government has accepted the suggestion and opened an account in Syndicate Bank, New Delhi for the same. The most attractive feature of this scheme is, people can donate the smallest amount of ONE Rupee. Master Stroke by Modi Government

A country’s population of 130 crore of which even 100 crore people (70%) deposit One Rupee Each, the ministry will get 100 crores/day, 3000 crores/month and 36000 crores/year.

36,000 Crore which is greater than Pakistan’s total defence expenditure.

We spend hundreds and thousands of rupees on many unnecessary expenditure, but if we can spend ONE RUPEE on army, it can surely make India a SUPER POWER.

The money will directly reach the defence ministry for army benefit and war casualties. This is the most unique idea to help our army Jawans who have lost life in battle fields.

Come together, show solidarity to our DEFENCE FORCES, PARA MILITARY FORCE and CRPF.

JOIN THE MISSION TO MAKE INDIA A SUPER POWER!

Bank Details:
SYNDICATE BANK
A/C NAME: ARMY WELFARE FUND BATTLE CASUALTIES
A/C NO: 90552010165915
IFSC CODE: SYNB0009055
SOUTH EXTENSION BRANCH,NEW DELHI.
 ***

Donate to Indian Army
Donate to Indian Army

Donation appeal:

The Indian Army is one of the largest and best armies in the world. The Army, which is the pride of our nation, contributes to the lives of people beyond the battlefield too. The least one can do to show gratitude and respect is to contribute and donate to support the Indian Army. Here You can make donations to the Indian Army. The Army maintains the “Army Welfare Fund Battle Casualties” account to accept donations for the welfare and financial assistance of the bereaved families of battle casualties.

National Defense Fund for welfare of Armed Forces

Those interested in donating to the Indian Army can contribute to National Defense Fund (NDF) utilized for the welfare of Armed Forces (also Para Military Forces) members, including the Army, and their dependents.

The Fund is completely dependent on the voluntary contributions from the public. Donations can be made online here. Need your help and support for our Noble work. Please Donate here our Charity with $500, $100 $50 or any amount to help our Brave Indian Army’s Family members. 
Fundraising is the gentle art of teaching the joy of giving.
-Hank Rosso
No one has ever become poor by giving.
–Anne Frank
Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.
-Oprah Winfrey
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National Defence Fund

The National Defence Fund was set up to take charge of voluntary donations in cash and kind received for promotion of the national defence effort, and to decide on their utilisation. The Fund is used for the welfare of the members of the Armed Forces (including Para Military Forces) and their dependents. The Fund is administered by an Executive Committee, with PM as Chairperson, and Defence, Finance and Home Ministers as Members. Finance Minister is the Treasurer of the Fund and the Joint Secretary, PMO dealing with the subject is Secretary of the Executive Committee. Accounts of the Fund are kept with the Reserve Bank of India. The fund is entirely dependent on voluntary contributions from the public and does not get any budgetary support. The fund accepts online contributions. Such contributions can be made through the website i.e. pmindia.nic.in, pmindia.gov.in and www.onlinesbi.com website of State Bank of India. Collection account number is 11084239799 with State Bank of India, Institutional Division, 4th Floor, Parliament Street, New Delhi.

The fund has also been allotted a Permanent Account Number (PAN) AAAGN0009F.

The Income and Expenditure Statement of the NDF for last five years is follows:-

(Rs. in crore)
Year Expenditure Receipts Balance
31.03.2014 65.88 80.68 956.85
31.03.2015 33.98 84.72 1007.59
31.03.2016 46.86 83.53 1044.26
31.03.2017 30.20 82.02 1096.08
31.03.2018 64.75 83.85 1115.18

Schemes under the National Defence Fund

1. A scholarship scheme to encourage technical and post graduation education for the widows and wards of the deceased personnel of Armed Forces and Para Military Forces is being implemented. The scheme is being implemented by the Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare, Ministry of Defence in respect of armed forces. In so far as personnel of paramilitary forces and Railway Protection force are concerned, the scheme is being implemented by Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Railways respectively.

Salient Features of “PM’s Scholarship Scheme” being implemented out of National Defence Fund.

1. The scheme applies to armed forces (including paramilitary forces). Monthly scholarships are awarded to wards of (a) Ex-service personnel (below officer rankonly), (b) their widows, (c) widows of personnel died in harness due to causes attributable to line of duty and (d) wards and widows of in service personnel of paramilitary forces and Railway Protection Force. Scholarships are available for education at technical institutions (medical, dental, veterinary, engineering, MBA, MCA, and other equivalent technical professions with suitable AICTE/UGC approval). For wards of widows and widows of personnel died in harness due to causes attributable as at (b) and (c) above, there are no rank restrictions. The scheme extends to the wards of all para-military forces also. Under the scheme 4000 new scholarships are given every year for wards of ex-servicemen of forces controlled by Ministry of Defence, 910 new scholarships for wards of forces controlled by Ministry of Home Affairs and 90 new scholarships for the wards of forces controlled by Ministry of Railways. However, from the academic year 2015-2016, the number of new scholarships has been enhanced to 5500 for wards of ex-servicemen of forces controlled by Ministry of Defence, 2000 for wards of forces controlled by Ministry of Home Affairs and 150 for the wards of the forces controlled by Ministry of Railways. Initially, the scholarship rate was Rs. 1250 per month for boys and Rs. 1500 per month for girls. The annual scholarships rates have been revised to Rs. 2000 per month for boys and Rs. 2250 per month for girls.

2. Annual grant of Rs. 15 lakh from NDF is being released to the SPG Family Welfare Fund to undertake various welfare activities for the benefit of its personnel and their families.

3. Grants are released annually to the Ministry of Defence for purchase of books and other reading materials for the personal of the three Defence Services (Army, Navy and Air Force) and the Coast Guard. The Existing scale of grant is Rs.55 lakh for Army, Rs.37 lakh for Air Force, Rs. 32 lakh for Navy and Rs.2.50 lakh for Coast Guard total amounting to Rs.126.50 lakh. Latest grant of Rs.126.50 lakh has been released for financial year 2017-18.

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