Contribute today= Support a child= Enjoy Tax Benefit
Quality education continues to be a challenge for children from poor families in India. Today through our various projects and with the help of our partners, we are reaching out to 1, 63,730 children in India and ensuring quality education. But the below statistic show that even today there are a vast number of children who are out of school. The latest report by the Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister, India revealed: Over 81.5 lakh children are out of school in India Among those who attend the school, the attendance is as low as 57 per cent despite a gross enrolment
We need your support to reach out to these children and ensure them a better tomorrow.
Why your support matters ?
By supporting the education of children from poor family, you are "not giving them the fish but showing them how to fish". You are the catalyst who is preparing them for a self sustainable future. Sponsorship is not just a financial support from you to these children. It is the very life line they seek. It’s YOUR one little opportunity to make a personal commitment towards making their world a better place.
How can you Support the Children and enjoy Tax benefits?
Support the education of a group of children through our programmes for girl children and children of migrant workers and enjoy 50% tax exemption on your contribution.Your commitment to changing the world helps us further our reach and make an impact.
Contribute today in the following ways
Rs. 3,000 per year for the education of 10 girl children-Click here
Rs. 6,000 per year for the education of 20 girl children- Click here
Rs. 3,000 per year for the education of 1 migrant child- Click here
Rs. 12,000 per year for the education of 4 migrant children- Click here
Any Amount of your choice- Click here
Donations to Aide Et Action (India) are eligible for 50% tax exemption under section 80G of Income Tax Act 1961. (Applicable in India only)
We also invite you to visit the children you support and/or write to them.
For further information or clarifications please refer to FAQs