India Train Crash: How to Help

On Friday 2 June, hundreds were killed in a train crash in Odisha, India. The GoFundMe community is coming together to help people who are raising money to help those who died and were injured, and their families. Donate to verified Odisha crash fundraisers today to help people rebuild and recover. Our Trust & Safety team will continue to update this page with more fundraisers as they are verified.


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Verified fundraisers for people affected by the India Train Crash

Donate to one of the verified fundraisers below to help the individuals and families affected. 


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    Here are three fast and safe ways you can help people in Odisha

    1. Donate to a verified fundraiser that supports relief efforts. Our Trust & Safety team has verified the fundraisers on this centralized hub and will continue to add verified fundraisers to it as more become available.

    2. Start a certified charity fundraiser for a verified organiation providing critical support to those affected by India train crash.
    3. Start an individual fundraiser for a friend or family member in India.

    While we accept donations worldwide, only people in supported countries can start fundraisers for their friends and family members in India. Since GoFundMe cannot send funds directly to India at this time, you will be personally responsible for withdrawing the funds and transferring them to your beneficiary in India.. Click here to learn more about these requirements

    If you’re fundraising for loved ones in India, our Trust & Safety team will work with you to understand the delivery of funds to your beneficiary. To help our team complete this process quickly, please include the following in your fundraiser description:

    • Who you’re raising money for
    • Where your beneficiary is located
    • How they will use the funds raised
    • How you will deliver funds to your beneficiary