We all are not donating some fund in NGO
We will not donate any fund in NGO.
Organize a school fundraiser. Talk with your teacher or school administrators about starting school-based activities to raise money or supplies. If you're organizing a donation drive, check with the groups first to be sure they need the items you plan to send. Sometimes they get too many donations and have to spend money storing or handling the excess items.
Organize a community event. Talk to your place of worship or a local community center (like the YMCA) about organizing a walk, run, bake sale, or other activity to raise money.
Donate clothes, food, or other items. Check with your local community center or place of worship to find out whether you can drop off donations or if there's another way you can contribute. (Again, it's a good idea to check with the organizations to be sure they need the things you plan to send.)
Start small. You don't need a big group of people to make a difference. Every donation, regardless of size, helps to rebuild communities that are hit by natural disasters. If you want to donate money but can't afford to, let your family or neighbors know you are available to help out with small jobs to earn money for disaster relief. Every little bit helps! You could also think about donating later when you've had the chance to earn some money or collect necessary items. In places where there has been a lot of damage, the need for funds will be ongoing. Your contribution will be appreciated just as much later on.