Save the Children works for and with children, it works for equality, equal education, equal nutrition, equal health, equal opportunities, gender equality, humanitarian situations and relief during natural disasters
One of our core focusses apart from working on the ground is Advocacy and influencing policy. We believe that unless we continuously work with Government, National and International bodies to raise issues that need resolution or policies that need change, our work will not be complete.
Save the Children spends funds collected where it is most needed, by spending in programmes across India that help improve the health and education situation of children as well as take them out of child labour, child marriage, child pregnancies, abuse and emergency situations.
We believe that if there is one fund in which Indians should donate, it is Save the Children. Save the Children has a strong base of over 1,15,000 individual supporters who donate money; it has 35 corporate and 38 Institutional supporters. But there remains a huge gap between funds required and funds available, therefore we urge you do donate whatever you can. More donations mean, a better future for more children and thereby a better future for India. Below are some markers of the current situation that we are fighting. We are bold, with your help we will eradicate these markers.
Save the Children is registered as ‘Bal Raksha Bharat' in India under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. All donations made to Save the Children are tax exempted under section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961.