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Sanitary pads for Kerala : An essential, yet unspoken need of Kerala flood victims
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Sanitary Pads Contributed
Goal: 5,00,000 Pads
How This Works
  • You donate sanitary pads online
  • Logistics partner 'TCIEXPRESS' ensures free delivery to NGOs working for flood relief in Kerala
  • . NGOs include sanitary pads as part of flood relief kits for distribution.
Contribute sanitary pads for flood relief kits in Kerala
Price - Rs. 1.4 per pad (includes shipping)
Partner NGOs

  • Whenever disaster strikes, natural or man-made, World Vision India generally has rapid response team that reaches the ground within 24 hours the disaster strikes. Their work begins by assessing the extent of the damage and providing immediate emergency relief. For the first few weeks, emergency aid and relief is distributed to residents affected by the disaster.Over the following months, we help families stabilize by providing non-food items and livelihood support.
  • PraveenLata Sansthan is an Ngo based in Jaipur Working with its operations accross Rajasthan with a Mission to work for Holistic Development of Child Welfare,Women Empowerment and Rural Development focusing on Quality Education of Girls who have Dropped out due to various challanges like Discrimination, Married at Early age,Sexually assaulted or pushed into Labour work and has a Specilization in Capacity Building on Personal Safety and Menstruation Hygeine and has trained more than 19000 girls and supporting 1100 girls with Sanitary Pads accross Rajasthan and working on Overall Development through Skill Development.
  • IDF's journey began in 2004 with a group of dedicated and concerned individuals coming together and wanting to make a difference in the lives of those less privileged than themselves. It was established as an NGO in 2005 and since then has delivered an impressive track record of implementing long-lasting community intervention strategies.IDF passionately believes in the power of education to empower the disadvantaged, break down barriers and challenge social taboos.
  • Vasudha Vikas Sansthan: Vasudha Vikas Sansthan(VVS) is a Voluntary Organization established by enthusiastic rural youth in November 2000. VVS is committed to the cause of sustainable Rural Development by Implementing Several Rural Development Programs in over 100 Villages in Dhar, Jhabua, Alirajpur, Badwani, Khandwa and Khargone Districts of Madhya Pradesh & Jharkhand.
  • CHALCHALEY is an initiative to motivate and incite every individual to play their part in the society to make it better; we believe every unit counts for the development of the country. CHALCHALEY is a development organization focusing on the qualitative development of people by providing education to children, contributing towards enhancing skills of youth to their potential, to create awareness among socially deprived and negligent section of the society about their rights and how to avail them.
  • For the last two decades, Goonj has been deeply involved in disaster related work across the country. It has an existing network of communities and partners that are active throughout the year in areas of rural development. At the time of disaster, this network is intensified as a powerful tool of change. Through the initiative “Rahat Floods”, Goonj channelizes this network to bring specific immediate relief kits to flood affected communities and then after a few weeks provides continued assistance and long-term rehabilitation. Urban masses join the effort with both material and money contributions.
  • Turnstone Global is a not for profit National level social enterprise working with relentless effort for overall improvement of human lives irrespective of age, gender, religious beliefs, cast, ethnic, origin, birth place or disability status. One of our main focus is educating children under the project [child labor to school] where Turnstone, teaches them basic education, life skill, develop the habit of reading and finally send them to mainstream school but they remain with us in our non-formal school for monitoring their development. So forth we have more then 2000 children in our role.
  • Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) was founded in 1993 with only 125 tribal students. It has grown in all dimensions to become the world?s largest residential institution for 25,308 students of tribal origin. It provides education, accommodation, food, health care, study material, clothing, vocational training, games and sports, computer education, state-of-the-art pedagogy and other facilities free of cost. KISS has been recognized by the United Nations and has been accorded Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council.
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TCIEXPRESS is a specialist and leader in Express distribution in India. Established in 1996, as one of the foremost divisions of its parent company Transport Corporation of India Limited (TCIL), TCIEXPRESS demerged with a vision to become a leader in door-to-door express logistics player in India that places customer satisfaction above all. TCIEXPRESS has been growing meticulously with its wide distribution network locally and globally with its current 550 owned centres covering more than 40,000 locations. TCIEXPRESS is well equipped to offer time-definite solutions to 670 out of 675 districts in India with its wide spectrum of services comprising surface, domestic and international air, e-commerce, priority and reverse express services. A separate division for CSR initiatives known as TCI Foundation, it believes in partnering with society at large with the aim of making life better for all. Driven by an urge to make a change, a few schools were built, a couple of financially supported dispensaries were started in the then considered remote areas of the country, initiatives were taken to mobilize women and facilitate them with skills which enabled them to contribute to the family income in areas where women were treated as lesser mortals condemned to live a life of oppression and denial.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Snapdeal earn profits from this initiative?

This is a not for profit initiative by Snapdeal. Snapdeal does not earn any profits from this initiative.

Why donate sanitary pads?

At times of floods, sanitary pads remain an unspoken yet essential neeed of the hour for flood-affected victims. Improper menstruation hygiene management could lead to 70% increase in incidence of reproductive tract infections owing to poor menstrual hygiene.

What are the dimensions of these sanitary pads?

One pad is approximately 6 grams in weight, has a length of 230 mm and a width of 80 mm

How does this campaign run?

Users come online on Snapdeal and contribute amount for sanitary pads. Once contributions are received, an order is placed to Sekhani industries. The delivery is made by TCIEXPRESS to NGOs working for flood relief in Kerala.

Do I need to pay additional shipping charges for the orders that I place?

No, shipping is done free of cost and the charges for the same are borne by our logistics partner TCIEXPRESS.

How many sanitary pads can I contribute?

There is no constraint. Please contribute as much as you want.

How will I get updated about the status of my contribution?

You will be able to check the status of your contribution under 'My Orders' section on the website. You will also get to know the details of shipping as well as confirmation of delivery of your contribution via email.

Who would receive the sanitary pads that I will contribute?

The sanitary pads contributed by you will be delivered to multiple NGOs working for Kerala flood relief. For exact list, kindly refer to Partner NGOs section.

When will NGOs receive sanitary pads contributed by me?

The pads are first consolidated at vendor's location and then dispatched to partner NGOs. Once you have made your donation, you could expect pads to be delivered within 2-3 weeks.

Can I claim tax exemption through these donations?

As per Government rules, product donations are not covered under tax exemptions.

Whom do I reach out to for any further queries?

You could reach out to Sankalp Chhabra at or call him at 8095931444.

What is the source for statistics displayed on the page?

: "Around 23% of girls drop out after reaching puberty" and "only 12% of India's menstruating women use sanitary napkins" taken from International Research Journal of Social Sciences, "Scope and Opportunities for Menstrual Health and Hygiene Products in India" (11th June 2016).