Help Srikar raise 10,000 INR

Join Srikar as he participates in the Auroville Marathon and raises funds for building toilets in rural India.

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My name is Srikar and  I plan to start my year by doing good. I'm running the Auroville Marathon in February. Through this, I am raising funds for  so that the communities in rural India get access to safe sanitation.

A toilet at home is something we take for granted; yet it is a luxury for so many in rural India. It's one of the most basic needs for a healthy and dignified life, yet for many, a toilet at home is a distant dream.

Through my Auroville run, I hope to create awareness amongst others about this issue. I want to raise at least Rs 10,000 and help at least one family build at toilet at home.

Here are a few resons why I believe in Milaap:

1. They DON'T take donations. Instead, they loan your interest-free contributions to  build water connections and community water plants.
2. You also know the exact recipients of your contributions and their stories.
3. At the end of the term, you are given back 100% of your money, or you can choose to continue to relend the money – till whenever you want it back. 

Help me raise funds for the cause of safe sanitation. A small change today can bring a major impact in the lives of many. I wish that together we can make an impact and exceed the target amount. 

Remember, it's a loan, not a donation. 100% of your money comes back to you. Be generous!

What is Milaap all about?

Milaap is a social enterprise that enables people around the world to give loans to the working poor in India. Based in Bangalore, Milaap is the world's first and currently, the only online micro lending platform that enables not just resident Indians, but also non-Indians and non-resident Indians (NRIs) to make loans to the poor in India. Milaap's loans are aimed towards providing people with access to basic essentials like clean drinking water, sanitation, renewable energy, vocational training and enterprise development.

A few things that you may want to know about the money that you lend in:

This is a loan, not a donation.

  • 100% of your money goes to the end borrower

  • You will know exactly who your money goes to and get regular updates on your repayments.

  • Within 18 months, you will get 100% of your money back.

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