We believe that power of education in empowering and transforming communities has been an enduring insight. However, the Indian girl child, considered below her male counterparts, is deprived of this gift, furthering the false belief that girls are not worthy of literacy. The educated women of today will ensure that both their sons and daughters receive education, and other opportunities equally, preventing circumstances that lead to child exploitation. With the considerable amount of girl child illiteracy, quality education needs to be fought for. This is why girl child education is critical for India, and must become a mission that civil society, volunteers, and the common public must unite to fight for.Empowering the girl child with education will make it necessary to change the deep-rooted mindsets of powerful figures, family members, teachers, and women.Several NGOs Save the Children work hand in the hand with the government’s Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ scheme in order to provid safety and education to the girl child.
How we help children
We provide robust health and nutrition benefits to the children coming from the most marginalised communities.
We help children with limited means get access to quality education, with a focus on street children and girls.
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Children can't wait for help in the times of crisis. We work to help children move past the trauma of a disaster and rebuild their lives.
A girl child is as important as a boy child in the life of parents. Both are equally necessary for the existence of life on the earth however we cannot think about the continuity of human life on the earth without a girl child (a future woman). Parents must care and respect their both children (whether a girl or boy) equally without any partiality in all the fields. A mother must give birth to a girl child and never kill her baby girl in the womb.
Monthly donations help us in planning our programs better and for a longer term because people pledge a small fixed amount monthly. These amounts go into existing and new programs for children.
Single donation are also very helpful because they help us in collecting huge funds that we further deploy into our programs. Donors are able to donate a higher amount since it is a one – time donation.
Tax Benefit: We come under the ambit of the Indian society Act and all donations are exempt under section 80G of the Income Tax act of 1961. 50% of donated amount is completely tax exempt. Receipts shared by us can help donors claim tax rebate.