Why Give ?

Our NGO works for the economic and social empowerment of rural children in the villages across Assam. The organisation is committed to raising the level of education and literacy in rural India and to help under-privileged children realize their full potential. We have supporter who help in promoting education among female children in the villages and our schools have seen an increased enrolment of girl children. Currently there are 180 students studying in 5 schools run by us. Children who are under scholarship will benefit from the donation provided.

Help us in building a new school:

In our endeavour to help change the lives of more destitute children we are in the process of building a school in Mangaldai, Distt Darrang, Assam. The cost of the project is currently working out to 35 lakhs and will help give quality education to 100 more children each year. You can help us in bringing about a change to the lives of thousands of kids by part sponsoring the cost of building .

Support a senior citizen suffering from diabetes by providing for their monthly medical expense

We provide support to senior citizens living in slums either alone or with families who suffer from diabetes and cannot afford diabetes medicines or the money to visit doctors to keep themselves healthy. we have doctors who conduct visits on monthly basis and prescribe medicines as required and thereby helping them live a healthy life. we currently have 80 beneficiaries who benefit from our support. However, there are many more seniors who require your help. Join us in our endeavor to help them with their needs. Funds donated will be used as below;

Doctor consultation charges Rs. 500     Insulin Rs. 500     Medicines Rs. 1,500     Total Rs. 2,500

Educate a girl child for 1 year by providing for books, uniform and teachers salary

Our NGO works to impact the lives of children from low-income communities, enabling them to maximize their potential and transform their lives. Kids enrolled in our school are from rural areas around Mangaldai with limited access to education. Our school was started in 2015 and has since helped educate 70 underprivileged children. Your donation will help provide the following for the children;

Text books for an academic year Rs. 200           2 sets of uniform with 1 pair of shoes Rs. 300        Teachers salary(Part per student) Rs. 300      Total  Rs. 1000

Support Specially abled person ( PWDs ) by providing Aids and Appliances

SIDF is working for the overall welfare of the poor and marginalized in different parts of Assam, and we have identified a large number of PWDs in the district who are in  need of mobility aid and appliances as well as fitment of artificial limbs and calipers. Till date ending March ’17 , the total no. of beneficiary’s are 271 .  We Support them by providing Aids and Appliances (Hearing aids , Tricycle, Wheel chair, & assistive devices etc)


General Fund

General fund is created and maintained by our NGO to cover general expenses not specific to a project/cause/need. This helps cover expenses vital to the running of the organisation. Expenses such as administrative expenses, various overheads are paid from the general funds. Most NGOs maintain a general fund to help them meet the donation gap created when donors donate only to a specific project/cause/need or any unexpected expense which may arises during the course of running the organisation.

Corpus Fund

Corpus fund is considered to be the capital of the organisation. The fund is generated and kept by us for the sustenance and existence of the organisation. The Corpus Fund is of paramount importance to the organisation as it helps during the times of distress. Only the interest earned from it is accumulated or utilized for general purposes. It is required for the smooth sustenance of the organisation. We are currently trying to build a corpus fund of 12 months of expenditure of the organisation thereby ensuring a smooth sustenance. It will help reduce financial vulnerability and thereby help us achieve our goals.

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