Ease of Donation (commodity)

Ease of Donation

Problem –Common people faces a problem that whenever they want to donate any item say clothes, rack, shoe, books, grains, etc. there are hassles like where to find a genuine needy person/NGO? How to reach to that person.

Solution- Swecha can provide an e-platform (web application) to both to donors and NGOs where donors can give the details of items to be donated and interested NGOs can connect to them (based on pincode numbers) and facilitate its picking up within reasonable time . Through this platform anything could be donated right from books, furniture, clothes, consumer durables, etc.

Tech Stack- HTML,CSS, JS, Database

Team size-3-4


Good one.
Where does NGO’s get data from?
How are we planning to make sure that NGO’s get valid data?

Don’t worry about Tech Stack and Team Size.

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Though this web app we would try to provide an option to NGOs and prospective donors to come on a common platform to match their needs, i.e. donors want to donate to a genuine person / organization. Keeping this point in mind, Genuine NGOs would be required to register the portal wherein certain important information (like the official registration number, registration certificate etc.) would be prompted to weed out others.

Modus Operandi:-

These NGOs will have to mention their area of operation, based on pin code, where they can facilitate collection of the donated commodity.

Donor would be required to register on the portal, with their phone number and address (Not visible to the public ) Further he would have to select the category of the commodity to be donated(pre defined like edibles, books, wearable, furniture etc.) and upload the picture of the commodity (to ensure the authenticity of the proposed donation). Once the category is selected, message will be escalated to the NGO’s operating in that area. Then interested NGOs can connect to the donor through chat box and further delivery can be lined up.

After the commodity is picked up, the donor can put a tag “donated” to denote completion of the process, so that other NGOs don’t approach for the same.