“Matching Donation” – Double Your Donation to Hindu Samhati



I hope that you have been following the updates, both positive and negative, from West Bengal (sent by Hindu Samhati and its founder Sri. Tapan Ghosh) by Email Newsletters, Facebook and Twitter.




It has been our ongoing effort to generate more resources for Hindu Samhati (HS) in the near future and in this regard, I have some good news to share with you.


A generous Hindu activist-donor has graciously offered to match any and every single donation 100%, rupee-for-rupee, made by any other donor to Hindu Samhati within the next 15 days (from May 15 to May 30, 2015).

He is willing to match your donation, rupee-for-rupee, up to a total maximum of Rs. 6.4 Lakhs. 


For example:

  • If you donate Rs.1000 to Hindu Samhati, he too will donate the same amount Rs.1000 to HS.


  • If you donate Rs.50,000 to Hindu Samhati, he too will donate the same amount Rs.50,000 to HS.


This effectively means that your donation will now have DOUBLE the impact on the ground to support and defend the grassroots Hindus who are resisting extremist forces.


The donation amount is entirely up to you. No donation is big or small. Every rupee makes a BIG difference on the ground.

The only condition from this donor-activist is that your donation must kindly reach Hindu Samhati within the next 15 days (from May 15 to May 30, 2015).

You can choose to deliver your pledged donation to the Hindu Samhati office in Kolkata using any mode, method or manner of your choice, within 2 weeks. You can also choose to donate online or donate it by bank transfer




For HS to get the matching donation – All you have to do is just kindly let me know what your donation amount is, and I will be happy to inform the activist-donor accordingly, so that he too can send the matching donation to HS.

Such a generous “matching” offer comes only once in a lifetime and I hope we can make good use of it. 

I think that this is a good challenge for all of us who wish to prevent India’s border region from being over-run by hate-filled Middle-Eastern Theologies. So, what we are seeing today is not just the problem of the poor Hindu villagers of Bengal alone. If we do not stop this problem at this state-level, soon this problem will engulf the entire Hindu society all over India and the rest of the world.  If we don’t stand united for this cause TODAY, it may be too late tomorrow to change the course of history. 

Source: WHN Media Network