I Saved A Life’s mission is to provide healthy living and better education for refugees
WHY I SAVED A LIFE MATTERS
There are nearly 26 million refugees around the world who are denied a citizenship through no fault of their own, and thus are without access to basic resources like education, proper nutrition, and tools to live a healthy lifestyle. This problem has been compounded during the COVID-19 pandemic making it extremely hard for these people to find work and support their families in their already dire circumstances. When parents are responsible for feeding their children with less than €4.70 a day (and in many cases, their own parents as well), the challenge is real.
Join a compassionate family of monthly givers
There are millions of families who can’t afford basic food essentials, but we’re going to help alleviate this burden, one family at a time. With an ambitious goal of providing food for 100,000 families, we know change can happen when action is taken. Be part of the change.
O2 for india
Help India breathe again
The coronavirus variant is spreading across the country and neighboring states, with dramatic consequences and thousands of cases every day. In recent weeks, the situation has rapidly deteriorated due to the lack of oxygen in hospitals.
WHO WE ARE
I Saved A Life, founded by Gomo Tulku Rimpoche, has the mission to provide support for refugees, of whom there are nearly 26 million in the world who lack basic resources like education, proper nutrition, and tools to live a healthy life. Presently, we are fundraising around education, sports, healthy nutrition, and care for animals and the environment in these refugee communities. Focusing foremost on the Tibetan refugees in India, our current goal is to build a community center in Bylakuppe, India where both Tibetans and local Indians are in dire need.