Texas Instruments - A Ray of Light in the COVID-19 Crisis

Fundraising for Save Lives, Save India

Dear TI’ers,

 

The second wave of Covid-19 continues throughout India and its pushing hospitals and the health infrastructure to its limit. There is an urgent need to enhance healthcare infrastructure and further strengthen capacities  at hospitals to meet the surge in demand.

 

TI is partnering with an NGO - Vibha and working with the Government of Karnataka and Modulus Housing, an Indian start-up that builds modular pre-fabricated structures, to extend the capacity of the hospital at Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Chest Diseases in Bangalore. TI will fund the extension hospital, which comes fitted with Intensive Care Units and oxygenated beds and we hope to have the facility up and running in less than a month. Qualified healthcare professionals from the Rajiv Gandhi Hospital will staff the hospital, providing the right care to patients. To ensure sustainability of this project post COVID, the facility  can be converted to a pharmacy or relocated to rural areas to supplement local healthcare infrastructure. The extension hospital comes with a 25-year warranty.


There is also an opportunity for all TI’ers to contribute towards this project by donating towards Medical equipment such as Ventilators and Oxygen concentrators.


There is an urgent need for this support and every additional equipment will enhance the hospital and their staffs ability in this fight against Covid-19. As our efforts increase to reach more and more of affected families, we know you have stepped up before and you will again. We absolutely need your support now more than ever! You may choose to donate ANY amount. Please know that NO amount is too small! Every contribution counts!


Thank you,

TI Indian Diversity Initiative and TI India Community Involvement Team.


NOTE: U.S.-based TI employees and retirees may have their donations matched by the TI Foundation, doubling the impact of your gift.  Contributions as little as $25 and up to $30,000 are eligible.  Log in at getinvolved.ti.com to request a match. To match your donation, search and select “VIBHA INC HELP THEM GROW” 1030 E EL Caminio Real, 424, Sunnyvale , CA, 94087, United States. U.S. Tax ID/EIN: 22-3122761.   



About Vibha

Vibha's vision is to ensure that every underprivileged child attains his, or her right to health, education and opportunity. Vibha educates, enables and empowers, individuals who wish to make a positive impact on the lives of underprivileged children. Since our inception in 1991, Vibha has supported more than 250 projects in India and 10 projects in the US. As a result, Vibha has been able to reach out to and provide opportunities for over 2.3 million underprivileged children. Currently, Vibha supports 30 projects in India and 7 projects in the US.

All donations to Vibha are tax deductible. Vibha is a 501(c)(3) organization, registered in the USA in the State of New Jersey. Vibha's Tax ID is 22-3122761.

Goal

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$339,039

$100,000

Thank You Donors

TI Matching Donations US Employees $51,635
TI India - CSR Funds TI India - CSR Funds $105,000
TI India - Employee Contributions TI India - Employee Contributions $105,000
Johnny Premkumar $100
Mathew George $200
Anonymous $100
Swaminathan Sankaran $501
Anonymous $350
Gustavo Martinez $50
Anonymous $60
Ayesh Fernando $200
Marco Gardner $300
Sathis Raj $1,000
Anonymous $75
Srivatsan Sathyamoorthy $250
Navin Kommaraju $1,000
Anonymous $800
Anonymous $200
Rahul Prabhu $100
Christopher Peters $100
Anonymous $100
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Ayesha Mayhugh $500
Anonymous $250
Anonymous $100
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Daniel Pickens $50
Anonymous $100
Anonymous $100
Anonymous $500
Todd Hahn $150
Trish Casey $100
Tracey Krakowski $1,000
Anonymous $100
Linh Truong $50
Kishan Joshi $300
Venkata Krishnan Kidambi Srinivasan $500
Sharanya Kasinathan $50
Anonymous $100
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Mak Kulkarni $700
brock fairchild $250
Anonymous $150
Perry Jacoby $100
Anonymous $300
KIRTI KHANDELWAL $500
Anonymous $200
Anonymous $1,000
T.R. Subramanian $250
Newland Moorefield $50
Prakash Lakshmikanthan $100
Kavitha Rapolu $250
Biraja Dash $250
Aravind Appaswamy $257
Yang Xiao $100
Tadija Janjic $100
Saranya Tripathi $100
Anonymous $10
Ritushree Khanna $250
Anonymous $200
Raveesh Magod $100
Mark McClung $250
Anonymous $200
Srikanth Lolla Venkata $250
Anonymous $250
Hong Yang $100
Ravi Gulati $250
Karan Kotadia $270
Siyuan Zhou $100
Mark Boone $100
Vidya Achari $2,500
Narayana Pillai $1,001
irfan uddin $400
Sarah Vollbrecht $100
Anonymous $500
HAVIV ILAN $5,000
Yong Liu $100
Anonymous $50
Anonymous $250
Oscar Loera $100
satyavenu kadamati $1,000
Mukul Bhatnagar $250
Gabrielle Le $150
Kaustubh Gadgil $300
Anonymous $1,000
Joe Fresquez $250
Petrisor Ion $100
Anonymous $500
Anonymous $1,400
Mark Roberts $1,000
hagop kozanian $1,000
Julie Zhu $800
Pooja Singh $100
Anonymous $250
Kausalya Palavesam $200
Anonymous $50
Bernard Fischer $200
Sameer Pendharkar $1,000
VenkataNaga Mynampati $250
Ram Gannamani $500