ONE ACT, TWO BENEFITS: AXE THE TAX AND SPREAD SMILES IN THE LIVES OF NEEDY CHILDREN
These are not just some statistics but some truly harsh realities faced by the most vulnerable, excluded children of India. These figures narrate the sorry tale of how lakhs of children in India continue to be deprived of a healthy and happy childhood. Despite significant improvements in children’s lives in the last decade, numerous children in India continue to grapple with issues such as lack of education, undernutrition and abuse and exploitation in various forms.
The Coronavirus pandemic has only made life tougher for so many such children of India. But we cannot let the pandemic reverse the gains made for children in the last so many years.
These children need our support more than ever before to get The Right Start and a chance at a fulfilling childhood.
THIS TAX-SAVING SEASON, WILL YOU MAKE A LIFE-ALTERING CONTRIBUTION FOR CHILDREN’S SAKE AND REAP RICH REWARDS BY SAVING TAX?
Yes, it’s true! When you donate to Save the Children, the donated amount is tax-exempted under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961. And your contribution goes towards funding projects aimed at improving the lives of India’s most marginalised children.
All our work for children is dependent on the donations we receive. Come, do your bit for children who are looking for a ray of hope in life. Make a contribution now, make a real difference.
OUR AREAS OF WORK
We work to ensure that the most deprived children come into the fold of education and stay there
We work to keep children out of harm’s way and safeguard them from various forms of abuse, neglect and exploitation
Health & Nutrition
We work to give a healthy start to children along with ensuring better access to healthcare for new mothers and pregnant women
Poverty & Inclusion
We work with an aim to offset the impact of poverty in children’s lives along with providing livelihood support to communities
Humanitarian Response & Resilience Building
We work to provide life-saving relief to children and their families during disasters and equip them to be better prepared to face emergencies