FOUNDATION is a non-governmental organization registered under the Indian Trust Registration Act, 1882.
“Save a Child Foundation” is mainly working in the area of education for underprivileged children of the society, women and other community members living in difficult circumstances- children of -daily wage migrant labors, suffering from terminal diseases; from rural/tribal areas and also transgender community. Our organization works in partnership with community-based women’s organizations to address issues of health and reproductive rights, economic development, education and other human rights. We are activists who provide the necessary support to the issues affecting women globally; amplify the voices, build women’s capacity to use social change and women’s rights and strengthen the impact of feminist and social movement activists to transform society.
Save A Child Foundation strongly believes that every child, irrespective of economic status, has the right to education. With that in mind, there is no greater travesty than children being denied education, not because they’re unwilling, but because they cannot afford their books, uniforms and academic fee.
Old age is an unavoidable part of our life cycle and should be lived gracefully rather than grudgingly.
Save a Child Foundation encourages family values starting from “Save a Girl child and educate her”. Women empowerment is also a prime focus during the counselling that is done during visits made to the slums during camps organized in various places.
As a sponsor, you will receive regular reports and updates regarding your ward’s academic and extracurricular activities.
As a matter of policy we do not encourage sponsors to send gifts/gift money to their sponsored children.
elping the poor with medical / financial aid is instrumental in creating a secure and better future for our country. The children of today are our leaders for tomorrow
The Reading Project has grown-from a dozen or even fewer students in the beginning to over 500 who regularly visit the library