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Do you need help while you are abroad?

We are here to provide support and hope for people in dire need of help.

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Team Aid is the only organization in the world exclusively incorporated to assist people in crisis situations while traveling or living abroad.

We strive to be the main point of contact for family and friends who are experiencing issues such as trauma, loss of a loved one, or grief in a foreign country, far from home. We are a 501©(3), non-profit organization with an extensive social network. See our Mission Statement

At Team Aid, we help individuals, just like you, cope with life-altering situations such as disasters, accidents, and deaths by working with the community, embassies, funeral homes, and airlines. If you are in the need of assistance reach out to your local Team Aid coordinator. Get help now.

Help When You Need It

In this global economy, more and more people are moving far from home in search of education and employment opportunities, a safer environment, different experiences, and, ultimately, a better life. With that increase of migrants and travelers the number of people requiring help during times of untimely crisis situations increases.

Oftentimes, when tragedy strikes, people find themselves alone and their families are unprepared to help them in a foreign country. The lack of emotional and practical support only worsens an already terrible situation. This often contributes to further mental trauma and stress.

Team Aid’s vast network of local coordinators is always available to provide emotional support and a helping hand. As a nonprofit, we depend on our amazing Team Aid volunteers and funds from the public and business donors. If you feel inclined to do so, donate your monetary contribution today.

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Our Volunteers Can Help

Team Aid volunteer coordinators are here to help affected people and families when they have no one else on their side or are unable to communicate with family members. Our primary objective is to bridge the distance between your present location and your home. Team Aid volunteers are always ready to help in most emergency situations. We work as a team to provide the resources required for mitigating crisis situations.

It is nearly impossible for Team Aid coordinators to meet family members or affected individuals, in most situations, but that does not hinder their ability to provide emotional and practical support with the help of our partners.
If you are interested in volunteering your time or becoming a local coordinator, we welcome you into our network. Sign up today to receive more information.

People living abroad do not know whom to approach when they are in dire need of help. TEAM Aid is one large family of volunteers across the globe, and we try our best in helping you cope up with your crisis in a foreign land.

Mohan Nannapaneni

News

The care of TEAM Aid in Foreign Country

A 60-year-old lady traveling to USA, unexpectedly collapsed at Newark Airport, during her transit to a domestic flight. She was rushed to the nearest hospital, but soon after pronounced dead. The EMR/Paramedics and the family suspected it was cardiac arrest. As soon as TEAM Aid was sought for help, we consoled the family, coordinated everything and boarded her mortal remains on a flight back to India in less than 30 hours after the death.

Prompt Assistance and building lasting relationships through serving the community

A 54-year-old healthy lady came home from routine grocery shopping and just a few minutes later she collapsed for an unknown reason. She was rushed to a local hospital and then airlifted to one of Brigham’s women’s hospital in Boston. Unfortunately, she had a ruptured aneurysm, which led to a...

TEAM Aid Partners with SAHELI to support South Asian Families

TEAM Aid happy to announce the new partnership Saheli. (https://saheliboston.org/ ) Saheli, a community-based organization in Massachusetts founded in 1996 with the mission to empower South Asian women and their families to live safe and healthy lives. Saheli offers survivors of domestic violence...

TEAM Aid Partners with New England Malayalee Association (NEMA)

TEAM Aid happy to announce a new partnership with the New England Malayalee Association (NEMA). Founded in 2004, the NEMA is a  non-profit organization that serves to cultivate and support the exchange of ideas between Malayalees and people of other cultures. NEMA promotes Malayalam language,...

TEAM Aid – Meets The Consul General of India

It was an honor and privilege for the TEAM Aid team to meet the highly accomplished Mr. Sandeep Chakravorty, Consul General of India, NY (USA) in Boston, Massachusetts. Mr. Chakravorty interacted in a very cooperative and harmonious way. He agreed to work more effectively and establish positive...

Rainbow Cup Tournament 2019

A group of young, mostly IT professionals have been organizing a regional Volleyball and Women's Throwball tournament again this year. This particular event, "Where Sports meets Charity" is to raise funds for a charitable cause. All the net proceeds go to TEAM Aid's service activities. Rainbow Cup...

TEAM Aid Partners with APTA

TEAM Aid happy to announce a new partnership with the American Progressive Telugu Association known as APTA. APTA's president Mr. Nataraju Elluri extends APTA's support to TEAM Aid and its noble service to the needy people. On behalf of APTA's leadership, he appreciated the great service provided...

Indo-American Press Club recognized TEAM Aid

The Indo American Press Club (IPAC) recognized Mohan Nannapaneni of TEAM Aid for the exceptional community service in India Diaspora at the inaugural ceremony of IPAC’s board of Directors & National executive committee on March 31, 2018.  The Japanese Ambassador, Indian Deputy Ambassador,...

Nashua Training/Information Session

TeamAid has conducted a Training/Information Session in Nashua on the 22nd of March 2019. The goal was to pass the information to Volunteers on what Team is committed to and how TeamAid could help the families in Desperate Situations. We are glad that the Session was a success and many people...

Consulate General of India, New York

The Consul General New York has created a place for the Community and Diaspora to reach out with their queries related to consular as well as all other matters, the Consulate General of India, New York has introduced on its website’s dashboard (https://www.indiainnewyork.gov.in/Pramit), “PRAMIT –...

Latest Incidents

March 9, 2020
Bozeman, Montana, USA

Harish studying ph.d in Montana university. he passed away in his apartment on his bed.
we engaged two funeral services to send Harish's body to India.
Montana to San Francisco and San Francisco to India.
Currently Harish's body is in San Francisco waiting to get the paper work stamped from Indian embassy.

SFO funeral home address & contact:
Berge-Pappas-Smith Chapel Of The Angels
40842 Fremont Blvd, Fremont, CA 94538
(510) 656-1226
I am in touch with Kevin (director) his number 510-599-4763


March 6, 2020
Sunnyvale, California, USA

A 35-year-old, young man suddenly had a severe brain stroke on February 26, 2020. Ever since he has been fighting for his life at a hospital in Mountain View, California. His family seeking the help of TEAM Aid to cope with the situation.


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We are Here to Care and Console People In Need

Team Aid embraces our global community. We strive to provide emotional and practical support to our fellow community members in dire emergency situations. We expect nothing in return. All we can hope for is making a terrible situation bearable

We do not pity the wounded; we become the wounded

We’ve helped hundreds of people around the globe when they needed it most.

 

 

About TEAM Aid

Team Aid was founded in 2017 on one fundamental principle: Helping people living abroad that experience devastating circumstances that need assistance. Find out more about how we got started and what we have become.

 

Team Aid is not a government-operated 911 or emergency service.

We are a volunteer-based organization providing assistance to individuals in crisis situations.