UN Sustainable Development Goal: Goal 1: No Poverty Goal 2: Zero Hunger Goal 3: Good Health and Well Being Goal 4: Quality Education Goal 5: Gender Equality Goal 6: Clean Water and Sanitation Goal 7: Affordable and Clean Energy Goal 13: Climate Action Goal 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
% Spent on beneficiaries
Age: 33 Years
Tax Benefit: 50%
Foreign donations: ✔
Providing quality education, life skills and character building for rural children; Caring for the aged and ensuring their physical and mental well-being; Providing capacity enhancement initiatives for the rural poor for self-sustaining livelihoods; etc.
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Mr. Muralidharan V, Founder Trustee
Mr. Ilayaraja G., Trustee
Ms. Annapurna N., Trustee
Sprit of Humanity National Award for Education - 2015
Average: Rs4 cr
Highest: Rs75 cr
Lowest: Rs1 lac
How much to donate
Education sponsorship for a child a year - ₹8,000/-
Annual Healthcare and food sponsorship for a child a year - ₹8000/-
Although people in villages have understood the importance of education in order to get rid of poverty, due to less or no access to quality resources and fewer committed teachers, they cannot afford to provide basic education to their children. Thus rural areas remain underdeveloped. Sevalaya came into existence with an aim to transform such societies.
Programs: 1) Education: Sevalaya runs a school for students till grade 12. The school has consistently been producing 100% results in 10th Standard and 12th Standard state exams. Their five community colleges provides skill training to the youth and helps make them self-sufficient. 2) Rural development: The NGO has implemented organic farming at their campuses. 80% of operations in Sevalaya's Kasuva campus is powered by solar energy. Mobile medical camps provide free medical treatment and medicines in villages. 3) Shelter Homes: 2 homes are being run for orphaned and poor children under Sevalaya- one for boys and one for girls, and an old age home for destitute and abandoned senior citizens.
Outcome: In 32 years, Sevalaya has transformed 40 villages through quality education given free to 4,000+ children, 2,400+ rural youth imparted with skills and employability opportunities, healthcare to 125,000+ vulnerable rural beneficiaries and provided essential relief items to 192,000+ people.
Income Rs10 cr
Expense Rs11 cr
Source : Audit Report 2020
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