Mission India by TiE

Mission India is a $1M fundraiser taking place over the next 14 days has been initiated by TiE, the largest global entrepreneur & investor foundation in collaboration with IIT Alumni association Singapore. This will help India ramp up & accelerate it’s fight against COVID-19!

ALL proceeds are funneled through our credible partners to procure & deliver oxygen concentrators, ventilators, cylinders & other critical medical supplies to hospitals across India.

Here is how you can contribute:
👉 If you/your company would like to contribute to a Singapore registered non-profit, you can do so via our partner Giving.SG at this link:

All proceeds will be disbursed via the Singapore Red Cross
👉 Otherwise you/your company could donate via a global crowdfunding platform called Milaap at this link:

All proceeds from Milaap will be disbursed via our preferred partners like Swasth, ACT Grands and Mission Oxygen
Both platforms offer different kind of payment options and there are NO service fees.

ACT Grants

Help get oxygen to those in need, fast. We are centrally distributing oxygen on behalf of the entire Indian startup ecosystem. We are geared to work with the government and support their extraordinary efforts. read more…

AID India

The Association for India’s Development (AID) is a volunteer-driven US-based charity focused on sustainable, equitable and just development of some of the most marginalized communities in India read more…

Akshaya Patra

The Akshaya Patra Foundation, in close coordination with State Governments & District Administration, has stepped in to provide relief by providing food to thousands of people across the country. read more…

American India Foundation

A year ago, as the world was grappling with the beginnings of an unprecedented global pandemic, the American India Foundation (AIF) quickly pivoted to address the critical situation in India and the US. read more…

Desai Foundation

The Desai Foundation has deployed its urgent response to the crisis in India. We are working with many companies here in the US, partners on the ground and vendors all over the world to secure and send supplies, create COVID relief and isolation centers, provide safe transportation from the villages to medical facilities, and so much more. read more…

Ekal Vidyalaya

Ekal USA is gathering funds to send diagnostic equipment and medicines to the villages. Ekal, in conjunction with Intelehealth, our tele-health partner has established a health-line of 1000 Karyakartas to answer calls from the villages. read more…

Feeding India

Zomato Feeding India is providing hospitals and patients with oxygen related supplies, food and health support for free. Donations will be used to import and distribute oxygen related supplies with our logistics partner. read more…

Give India

India may feel far away, but it’s not when your family and friends live there. We are deeply saddened by the human suffering that COVID has caused in India. Please stand with us in providing assistance to those who need it most. read more…


Ekal USA is gathering funds to send diagnostic equipment and medicines to the villages. Ekal, in conjunction with Intelehealth, our tele-health partner has established a health-line of 1000 Karyakartas to answer calls from the villages. read more…

Pathcheck Foundation

PathCheck Foundation is dedicated to containing Covid-19 and revitalizing the economy, while preserving privacy and individual liberty. read more…


Presently, cooperating with multiple partners to mobilize essential supplies and services for communities being ravaged by the second wave of the pandemic. read more…


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. read more…


In light of the medical emergency across India we are sourcing supplies of Oxygen cylinders and requested supplies which can go to hospitals in desperate need. It is our dharma and duty to do everything we can and spread love and compassion to those who need our help. read more…


(identify organisations to partner with)

Amit Gupta – TiE Singapore
Ravi Narayan – TiE Bangalore
Amit Mookim – TiE Mumbai
Alok Mittal – TiE Delhi
Vijay Menon – TiE Global

(to invest in Medical Device Startups that manufacture in India)

Mahavir Sharma – TiE Rajasthan
PK Gulati – TiE Dubai
Amit Mookim – TiE Mumbai
Alok Mittal – TiE Delhi
Praveen Tailam – TiE Boston and Chair, TiE Global

for Covid Care

Gita Dang – TiE Delhi
Ravi Puli – TiE DC
Harjit Singh – TiE New York
Ravi Narayan – TiE Bangalore


Vijay Menon – TiE Global
Gita Dang – TiE Delhi

Pls send all requests to [email protected]

Tips on Selecting the right oxygen concentrator!

Please read through before buying any concentrator.

The most important is to understand Covid patients may require 90% Oxygen concentration at 1 to 5Litre flow and above 10L when they are suffering with acute respiratory discomfort.

90% oxygen concentration is the most important point here.

  1. We can break down oxygen concentrator into small (5 to 10 kg) oxygen concentrator suitable for COPD patients, medium (15 to 19kg) and large (20kg and above) oxygen concentrators are suitable for critical care and for COVID patients.
  2. Small oxygen concentrators can have options from 1 Litre to 9 Litre Flow but this does not mean you get 90% oxygen at higher flow like at 5 litre. In small oxygen concentrators 90% oxygen contration is achieved only at lower flows of 1 litre to 2 litre. on higher flows the oxygen concentration drops to 30% as you increase the flow. Suitable for COPD patients but not for COVID patients.
  3. Check the specs of the oxygen concentrator and if you see 90% – 30% or ( 1L/min , 2L/min) means 90% oxygen is available only at 1Litre flow or 2Litre flow respectively and on higher flows oxygen drops to 30%. The air we breathing is with 21 % oxygen. So small (5kg to 10kg ) oxygen concentrator at higher flows gives output of 21 to 30% oxygen means its mostly blowing air.
  4. Weight is the best indicator to understand the oxygen production capacity.
  • A 5kg to 10kg oxygen concentrator means a small compressor which will only mange to give an output of 90% oxygen at 1 litre to max 2 Litre
  • A 15kg to 19kg Oxygen Concentrator will have a compressor that can easily give an output of 90% oxygen at flows from 1 Litre to 5 Litre Oxygen (Ideal for COVID patients and critical care patients)
  • A 20 kg and above oxygen concentrator will have a large compressor which can give an output of 90% oxygen from 1Litre to 10Litre flow. (Ideal for COVID patients and critical care patients and for dual patients to use same machine with accessories)
  • Please do not only see the output flow of an oxygen concentrator like 5litre, 10litre or so. the most important is to make sure you get 90% Oxygen at highest flow level.
  • For a small family with no senior citizens a 5 litre at 90% oxygen concentration should be good enough.
  • For 2 senior citizens or for a big family 10 litre at 90% oxygen concentration should be good enough as it can support 2 patients at once if the need arises. And can assist senior citizens during home critical care if the need arises.
  • Please do not get fooled and pay big money for small oxygen concentrator sold by highlighting 5 Litre and 8 Litre and do not give an output of 90% concentration of oxygen at higher flows which is the need of the hour.
  • Please read the specs well and if required please ask your supplier to show you the oxygen output on an oxygen analyzer at higher flow of 5 Litre or 10 Litre.
  • We wish all the best of health and hopefully none of us has to use an oxygen concentrator.


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