How DonateKart Works?

DonateKart is one of it kind platform in India which is transforming the way people give to charities with the help of e-commerce.

DonateKart is a unique platform that allows organizations to create campaigns for their ongoing projects. Through DonateKart, NGOs display the products they are in immediate need of. Donors can choose the organization that they wish to support and donate the products they want to. The process of buying these products is extremely convenient and is the same as shopping online. Similar to online shopping once you make the payment, the products will be delivered to the organization you support either at the end of the campaign (or) once they reach the target. You will always be able to track your donation and Campaigns will keep updating the donors about the utilisation of products.

How Donatekart works?

Choose a cause

Browse different campaigns and select a cause.

Select products

Select products and quantity you wish to donate.

Order processing

Checkout and pay for your contributions.

delivery report

Donatekart delivers the products and the organisation updates about product utilization.

DonateKart Advantage

Donatekart is India's first social enterprise which is providing a unique platform for social organisations to easily procure products in need.


No money involved and products will be delivered directly by donatekart, thus complete transparency.

Low Cost

As we list down the least cost and durable products on donatekart your money will be spent effectively.

Timely Updates

Donor gets timely updates from beneficiaries on how your products are being used.

Donor Management

We will empower and provide tools to NGO’s to manage their donors which will increase the donor retention rate.

Need Based Donation

Just tell us the products that are in need to your organisation we will make sure that you get them all and you just focus on the work you do.

Free Platform

Completely free for organisations to run any number of campaigns where as crowdfunding platforms charges more than 10% of raised money as fees.