Feed a destitute child dinner for a year-El Shaddai Charitable Trust
Feed a destitute child dinner for a year, INR 4000
 Mail

Overview

El Shaddai Charitable Trust (ESCT) runs residential homes for needy orphans, destitutes and children at risk.They are currently running four Homes in Goa.

How It Works

• Beneficiaries are identified through community workers and other organizations.
• They are provided with all round care including food, clothing, shelter, and medical needs.
• ESCT has staff working round the clock to provide complete support to these children.
• Children are admitted to either a formal school or to the Trust’s own non-formal school, where formal education is not possible.
• The donation will be utilised towards feeding a destitute child lunch for a year.

Statistics

• 4 – Number of Homes run by ESCT
• 10-11 years – Age of the children living in the homes
• 213 – Total number of children living in the Homes

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
Dinner(rice, fish fry/vegetable/egg curry, dal) 4000.00
Unit Price 4000
Quantity
Total 4000
Swipe Table

You will receive a feedback report in 4-6 months

View a feedback verification visit report for this NGO

View a sample feedback report for this donation option

From begging in the streets to regular student
Adamma & her siblings lived with their parents at the bus Stand in the city of Mapuca in Goa. The parents were beggars! The children were in a filthy condition and followed the same profession as their parents.
Our Field worker found this family and gave counseling. The parents were adamant and refused to change their way of life! Our worker convinced them that the children have a right to a proper Childhood and Education and convinced them to enroll them with El Shaddai. Adamma is the second youngest of the five (3 boys & 2 girls). Adamma because of her age was given residence in the House of Kathleen our home for girls between the ages of 3 & 8 yrs, where she was given a bath, clean clothes and a bed. She was admitted on the Feb 05, 2005.
Adamma started her schooling in the Kindergarten at Shanti Niketan School. She proved to be a polite, well mannered child. Adamma took to hostel life and school like a fish to water! Although a little slow in school work in the begining, she picked up well and showed good progress as the months passed. She works hard enjoys the company of children of her own age. Her progress is very positive and she is now studying in grade 3 and stays in House of Kathleen.

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.

For US Taxpayers: US Tax Payers will receive a 501(c)(3) tax receipt for their donation. Please ensure that the tax receipt field in your profile is set to US Tax Payer. Otherwise, login and modify your profile accordingly.

For UK Taxpayers:If you are a UK taxpayer, for every pound that you donate, our UK arm - GIVE UK, can reclaim 28 pence from the IRS helping your donation go further. This is known as Gift Aid. To qualify for Gift Aid, the income tax or capital gains tax you pay must at least equal the amount we will claim in the tax year. To Gift Aid donations, please ensure that the tax receipt status in your profile is set to UK Tax Payer. Otherwise, login and modify your profile accordingly. When you make a donation, you will be asked whether you would like to GiftAid the donation or not. If you choose yes, we will claim GiftAid on your behalf.