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"No-one ever becomes poor by giving” - Anne Frank

ALERT has empowered over 60,000 citizens of India to act during an emergency and save lives, since 2006. There have been multiple instances of ALERT trained volunteers bringing back life into victims who were motionless & breathless.

The goal “Train one in every family in Emergency care” - given to ALERT by the visionary Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, is attainable only with the support of generous hearts like you. Together we can ensure ‘Right to Life’ a reality in India. Choose from the below options to donate to ALERT. For queries or feedback, write to donate@alert.ngo

ALERT is a registered Trust with 80G & FCRA certifications.

80G exemption available for Indian taxpayers. Accepts international donations too.

Corporate Partnerships

ALERT provides a great opportunity for collaboration with the corporate world and offers a large platform for adopting effective projects in the emergency response management space.

Adopt a Project

ALERT acts as a link between you and your selected project. We are responsible for monitoring its working. ALERT also continues to provide non-financial inputs to the project, like training, technical expertise, build capacity, communication and campaign support.

When you adopt a project, you can choose to support an entire project or just a part of it, based on its area of focus. For example, ALERT has delivered specifically designed customized projects like ALERT @ Neelankarai, WoW (Women only Workshops), research and development of content etc. Some organisations have chosen projects near their plants. Others have focused on projects delivered at the simulation lab.

For more information on partnering with ALERT or to meet a ALERT representative, please contact the ALERT office or write to us at info@alert.ngo or donate@alert.ngo

ALERT Activities Report

ALERT publishes to its stakeholders an activity report every year as a practice, which is a comprehensive record of the activities and projects undertaken and executed by ALERT. The reports of the past years can be accessed here