Provide Nutritional Support for an HIV affected/infected child for a month-Society for Poor People Development
Provide Nutritional Support for an HIV affected/infected child for a month, INR 760
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Overview

Society for poor people development (SPPD) is an NGO that works on improving the living conditions of underprivileged children in the economically backward communities of Tamil Nadu.

How It Works

• This donation option will be used to provide nutritional support to the children of HIV/AIDS infected parents.
• Most of these children have only a single parent.
• The parents of these children are physically unfit to do any hard work and their monthly income is insufficient to meet the basic needs of the family.
• Hence these parents are unable to provide healthy and nutritional food to their children.
• SPPD supplies items like dates, cereals, dhal and health drinks to these children.
• SPPD also provides cash towards the purchase of items like milk and eggs.

Statistics

• 1 – Number of HIV infected children who will be helped with nutritional support through this donation and number of months for which donation would be used
• 50 – Percentage of children who are school going kids
• Rs. 1000-Rs. 1500 – Monthly wages of parents who are infected with HIV/Aids

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
300 ml of milk daily & Egg for 1 month 210.00
1 egg a day 90.00
Dates 60.00
A 500 gm tin of Complan or Horlicks 200.00
Cereals & pulses 200.00
Unit Price 760
Quantity
Total 760
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Provide Nutritional Support for a HIV affected/infected Children
Kavya, aged 10, and have two siblings. Both her parents Jeyalakshmi & Durairaj were infected by HIV/AIDS and Jeyalakshmi died 8 years ago due to infection. Durairaj and his children were living along with Jeyalakshmi sister (Saroja), Saroja is mother of two children and she is also infected by HIV/AIDS. As they were daily wage labourers, the income drawn by them was insufficient to feed & educate their children. Due to their poverty, the children were deprived of healthy and nutritious food.
Out of the five, we supported one child with the little donation we received during the year. Kavya aunt is one of the members of our Red Ribbon Club. On her appeal, and considering their family situation, Kavya was enrolled in our Children home.
After joining SPPD, she was promised food, school supply, uniform and accommodation. She goes to a nearby govt. school. She studies well and is very happy and confident that she will secure a good future. Thus, SPPD Children home has helped an HIV infected family and secured one of their kids with good education and future.

While giving is best done as an act of pure human love, we appreciate that tax benefits will help you stretch your contributions even further. Contributions to this donation option are eligible for the following tax benefits:

For Indian Tax Payers: u/s 80G of the IT Act up to 50% of your donation is deductible/u/s 35AC of the IT Act (only specified projects) 100% of your donation is deductible from your income/u/s 35(i)(ii) of the IT Act (only specified projects) 125% of your donation is deductible from your business income, and 100% of your donation is deductible from salary income.

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