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BAPS Charities

Since 2001, BAPS Charities has been engaging in a wide array of charitable activities and projects in the Canada while also supporting humanitarian relief projects around the world.  It is through various activities and projects that their volunteers in Canada are living the Spirit of Service.


As the world continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, countries and communities are facing unforeseen challenges. Beginning in April 2021, the situation in India has become very dire, stressing hospital systems in many parts of the country to the brink of collapse. India currently has the largest number of confirmed cases in Asia, and, as of April 2021, has the second-highest number of confirmed cases in the world. The daily case count as well as death count continue to rise. There is a dire need for medical supplies and non-medical requirements. Click here for more details:

Ipartner India, Canada

iPartner India, Canada is a Canadian charity working on projects to provide safe shelter, nutrition and education to vulnerable children in India. Their focus is on the education of girls in Rajasthan who are vulnerable to exploitation, giving them a chance of a better life.

ICICI Bank Canada has recently partnered with iPartner India, Canada to support the cause of educating vulnerable girls in India. Please join us in supporting this cause by donating here

Sewa Canada

Sewa Canada International is a registered Canadian charitable organization, serving the world for the last 3 decades – in Health, Education, Social Development & Disaster Relief. All donations are Tax deductible in Canada.

The second wave of COVID-19 has hit India hard. The number of cases have risen exponentially within a short duration of time. With very high density of population, the healthcare system is struggling to keep up. Please join us in supporting this cause by donating here

Water Aid Canada

In partnership with WaterAid Canada the, ICICI Bank Canada will support Project Boond, which aims to improve the quality of life in marginalized communities in the Gaya and Madhubani districts of Bihar, India through increased access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) services. Improving equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water, sanitation facilities, and hygiene education, particularly for women, girls, and vulnerable groups, is a focal point of Project Boond. In collaboration with local governments and community organizations, Project Boond will establish new infrastructure and rehabilitate exiting systems to expand access to piped water, handwashing stations, and latrines for households, schools, healthcare facilities, and public institutions. Currently, only 11.7% of the population of Bihar State has a piped water supply and reliable access to safe water remains unavailable for the majority of the population due to water contamination. ICICI Bank Canada and WaterAid Canada signed an MoU for a continued partnership.


As India faces a second wave of COVID-19, WaterAid is urgently scaling up work to bring clean water, toilets, and hygiene facilities to people who need it most. COVID-19 is burdening healthcare services across India and healthcare facilities are trying to cope with the enormous pressure of people requiring care, the needs in these facilities for water, decent toilets and hygiene require immediate attention. Help bring emergency water supplies that are urgently needed in India. Learn more here.