Flood Relief Appeal for Bangladesh
2020 Flood Relief Appeal: 250,000 people impacted
Bangladesh could be plunged into a humanitarian crisis as it undergoes the most prolonged flooding in decades while it is still recovering from the effects of Super-Cyclone Amphan. More than 9.6 million affected by this flood.
More information about B Desh Foundation, Inc.: BDesh Foundation is a Northern Virginia based non-profit organization dedicated to poverty alleviation, health, sanitation and educational projects. We have no political affiliation. Currently, there are number of on-going projects in Bangladesh for clean water, sanitation, education, health, children welfare, etc.
We are in need of your support as flood survivors on the ground are scrambling for emergency aid, food, and medical support. BDesh Foundation is rushing to help those who’ve lost everything—and they are in need of your help to survive.
Donate now by filling out the donate form below or by visiting www.bdeshfoundation.org/donate
Frequently Asked Question
In the midst of Ramadan and preparing for Eid, a super cyclone called Amphan caused widespread damage in East India and Bangladesh in May 2020. It was the strongest tropical cyclone to strike the Ganges Delta since 2007’s Sideband the first super cyclonic storm to occur in the Bay of Bengal since 1999’s Odisha. Bangladesh could be dove into a compassionate emergency as it experiences the most delayed flooding in decades while it is as yet recouping from the impacts of Super-Cyclone Amphan.
BDesh Foundation is a Northern Virginia based non-profit organization dedicated to poverty alleviation, health, sanitation and educational projects. We have no political affiliation. Currently, there are number of on-going projects in Bangladesh for clean water, sanitation, education, health, children welfare, etc. Details of our projects are available at www.BDeshFoundation.org. BDesh Foundation is an IRS approved non-profit 501c3 organization and donations to BDesh are tax deductible.
We have formed partnership with registered NGOs in Bangladesh who have a proven record of accomplishments. Their missions and objectives are aligned with BDesh. We verify their NGO status and legitimacy using the state department’s database.
We have representatives in the field to supervise BDesh sponsored projects. Also, we conduct independent audits and surveys in order to validate project execution and expenses. In addition, we have a Key Performance Indicator matrix associated with all of our projects and we strictly measure performance of our projects against the matrix.
We maintain very low administrative expenses. Most of our administrative expenses are covered from donations received from our board of directors. We try our best to keep our overhead cost low. All of our board of directors and the advisors work on a volunteer basis and are not compensated for their work.
You can pay your Zakat or Sadaqa (donation) towards any of the Bdesh sponsors projects. You can donate online at http://www.bdeshfoundation.org or mail your check payable to BDesh Foundation at the following address:
BDesh Foundation, Inc.
6 Silo Mill Ct,
Sterling, VA 20164.
Yes, donations to BDesh Foundation, Inc are 100% tax deductible. If you have questions or live outside of the United States, please contact your tax advisor.
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