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Your gift will give real hope and a brighter future to a woman or child in India. Here are some different ways that you can support and donate to Mukti. All gifts $2 and over will receive a tax-deductible receipt.

 

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Support a project changing lives in India and Sri Lanka. 

Our projects focus on increasing our partners capacity to support and empower disadvantaged and vulnerable children and women, both now and well into the future. You can be part of these life-changing projects through making a donation.

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COVID -19 Relief Appeal 

How will we eat?  This is the question on the lips of millions in India and Sri Lanka during this time of forced lockdown due to COVID-19.   Although it is difficult for us in Australia, for many families in India and Sri Lanka it is a very different, difficult and tragic story.

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By partnering in Mukti Australia's sponsorship program, you can transform the lives of vulnerable women & children.

We seek to bring hope and a brighter future to women and children in India and Sri Lanka. Simply opening up a new world through education and creating possibilities to succeed, empowers those in our programs to rise above the restrictions of poverty and find life in all its fullness.

SPONSOR

Make a bequest and leave your legacy.

Mukti  Australia is blessed to have had many people over the years include our work in their will. It leaves a great legacy and makes a real impact in the lives of those in India and Sri Lanka.

MAKE A BEQUEST

Donate to Mukti Australia. 

Your gift will give real hope and a brighter future to a woman or child in India and Sri Lanka. Here are some different ways that you can support and donate to Mukti Australia. 

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Buy beautiful hand made items. 

Purchase hand made goods from women's empowerment projects in India and Sri Lanka.  Some additional items made by Australian volunteers. 

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20% 

 

 of the world’s landholders are women.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.8 Million 

Sri Lankan’s are undernourished suffering from

hunger and malnutrition.