Friday, October 30, 2015

BWI: Give Your Hands to Serve Humanity with Dona

Source : Dona
Friday, October 30, 2015 5:32PM IST (12:02PM GMT)
Give Your Hands to Serve Humanity with Dona
Chandigarh, India

While there is now a mobile app for almost everything, another one is hitting the market, but this one is with a “CAUSE”, the cause which is aimed to support the fund raising community in the cellular generation with no cost or fee. The app labeled “Dona” aims at a very different and unique purpose and aims to provide a solution for the same.

Dona believes that small acts of kindness can go a long way in making the world a better place.

Dona has identified the need of funds by various charities across India. There are many NGOs and other associations that work for a good cause, in order to make someone feel happier and more hopeful. The need begins with funds and monetary requirement and this is where Dona comes to rescue. With Dona app, the users can create a charity event and flash it across the network. All charity and philanthropic events would be published on the app and all other users would be able to view these events. In a way, Dona is a common platform, where charity events are published and where people can donate.

If you’d wish to make this world a better place, these thoughts on Dona may help:

  • Dona aims at those individuals, who have a heart for charity and who wish to take part in philanthropic activities, but cannot do it due to other engagements
  • For all these aspirants, Dona is the solution, the donor will create their account in Dona and can donate for the events
  • Dona is focused on providing a timely, effective solution for these people, and they can participate in charity without compromising with their work routine. They can simply make monetary donations through their mobile app and work simultaneously
  • Apart from participating in other available charity events, Dona also enables the users to create an event for free
  • This feature is aimed at providing solutions to those charity aspirants, who have a plan for charity in mind, but are unable to execute due to non-availability of funds
  • These users can register with Dona and create a charity event, that aims at helping someone and this event would be broadcast across the app. Other users can check out the event and make donations, according to their choice. This way, Dona helps promote charity at all levels
  • It’s incredibly easy to sign up, and you never know when you could save a life
Dona is a common platform for donors and philanthropists. Various charity donators are connected through this app and it is a great stride in the direction of community based charity. In a way, Dona is a community in itself, and it aims at a good cause. Dona has identified the need of a common platform among the aspiring charity donators and is a long term solution to their challenges. The app enables people with a common interest of charity, to come together and share ideas. This further strengthens the whole idea of charity and conducting charity events. When more people come together to plan a charity event, it materializes faster and effectively.

Dona aims at a widespread need and there is a huge possibility for this app. In the near future, this app is aimed at a vast and widespread user base and is expected to become one of the most popular apps in the Indian market. In India, charity is a very wide sphere, as millions of people indulge in charity of religious or other nature, and Dona is the much needed solution for the society.   

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