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Sevalaya

Sector: Comprehensive Empowerment
Tax Deduction: 50% u/s 80G of The Income Tax Act, 1961
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UN Sustainable Development Goals:
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% Spent on Beneficiaries

88%
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Year of Establishment : 1988
Registered Address : #54, PS Sivaswamy Road (North), Mylapore., Chennai 600004, Tamil Nadu
Presence : Tamil Nadu
Website : https://www.sevalaya.org
Email : sevalayaprhead@sevalaya.org
Telephone : +91 44 24950204; +91 9444620286; +91 9884503039
Donor Contact : Mr. V. Muralidharan / +91 9444620289 / sevalayamurali@sevalaya.org
Registered Under : The Indian Trust Act, 1882
The Charitable Trust Act, 1988
Auditor : Menon & Pai Co.
Bankers : Indian Overseas Bank, Indian Bank, ICICI Bank
Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee: : Mr. Ilayaraja G. - Trustee, Ms. Annapurna N. - Trustee, Mr. Kumaran Mani - Trustee, Ms. Lakshminarayanan E. - Trustee, Ms. Usha Rangrajan - Trustee, Mr. Ramanathan G. - Trustee

Sevalaya works to uplift and improve the lives of the rural poor. The NGO’s vision is to serve the unprivileged and transform them for into an equitable, happy and fulfilled society with an improved quality of life. It ensures excellent education, life skills, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being of children and elders along with capability enhancement of the poor, for self-sustaining livelihood. Services including rural development, leading to creation of model villages, relief and rehabilitation in response to natural calamities are also provided.

Major Interventions:

Education:

The NGO runs Mahakavi Bharathiyar Higher Secondary School with classes from Pre-KG up to 12th grade for poor children from the villages providing free of cost quality education along with textbooks, notebooks and uniforms. Transport to and from the school is also free for primary school children. It is one of the very few schools in Tamilnadu to offer Montessori Method of education in Tamil medium. The school has well ventilated and spacious classrooms, well equipped science laboratories and a computer lab. Extracurricular activities are focused to ensure all round growth.

Courses, such as Tailoring, Nursing, Baking, Air-conditioning and Refrigeration mechanic, Lab technician, Electrician, Beautician, Computer courses, E-Publishing and Tally along with interview etiquette and functional English are offered to adults in community colleges. 25,000+ volumes of valuable books are provided at Swami Vivekananda library. It has taken up the initiative to instill the values as propounded by the three great men of our country- Bharathiyar, Gandhi and Vivekananda (BGV).

Rural Development:

Sevalaya has implemented organic farming which serves as a model for villagers and others to cultivate in tune with nature, usage of bio fertilizers are promoted for the enrichment of cow dung manure. Organic farming techniques, Agriculture/horticulture as vocational trade are also taught to the students of Agriculture group. Saplings for vegetables, flowering and some fruit trees are being grown in the Nursery.

The NGO segregates the degradable and non-degradable waste before converting the degradable waste into manure for our farms through the process of bio-composting with the latter sent out for treatment, usage of biogas is promoted instead of LPG. Solar energy has been harnessed on the campus, the Thanjavur centre is equipped with 5KW of solar energy which meets nearly 80% of its in-house power requirement RO plants and clean toilets are also installed for the benefit of the people.

Homes:

Sevalaya runs the Swami Vivekananda Boys’ Home and Mother Teresa Girls Home for orphans and poor children offers shelter, with food and education, as well as opportunities for a healthy lifestyle and all-round personality development. Experts conducts sessions to enlighten students about the opportunities and courses they could pursue. Various Old Age homes are functional offering medical, shelter and other services to destitute senior citizens to live with dignity

Sevalaya Kasuva centre is the Government nominated reception Home for the children in conflict with law, rescued from child marriage, human trafficking and other unfavourable circumstances.

FY 2021 (₹) FY 2022 (₹) FY 2023 (₹)
Income
Government Sources 6,377,227 3,953,889 5,387,482
Foreign Sources - - -
Institutional Sources - - 89,910,016
General Donations 97,594,323 150,789,079 72,177,782
Sales/Fees - - -
Interest/Dividend 14,342,694 17,276,586 20,799,684
Other Income 527,297 6,720,232 343,653
Total Income (A) 118,841,541 178,739,786 188,618,617
 
Expenditure
Direct Program Activities 47,926,320 140,746,889 163,602,886
Program Staff Cost 45,852,253 - -
Travel Expenses 448,936 - -
Direct Program Expenses 93,778,573 140,746,889 163,602,886
Fund Raising Expenses 627,595 1,158,054 2,741,947
General Staff Cost - 850,182 -
Overhead Expenses 2,581,955 5,542,930 4,427,228
Depreciation 12,396,889 15,106,002 15,969,787
Other Expenses/Transfers 218,351 - -
Total Expenditure (B) 110,052,299 163,404,057 186,741,848
 
Surplus / Deficit (A-B) 8,789,242 15,335,729 1,876,769
Assets
Fixed Assets 125,595,313 141,377,102 156,855,695
Current Assets 3,439,281 5,182,273 6,714,707
Cash And Bank 3,283,700 3,713,221 7,661,807
Total Current Assets 132,318,294 150,272,596 171,232,209
Investments 284,165,638 329,359,568 352,827,673
Accumulated Deficits - - -
Total Assets 416,483,932 479,632,164 524,059,882
 
Liabilities
Trust Corpus 52,185,146 59,545,646 59,545,646
General Funds 159,897,774 175,233,501 177,110,271
Earmarked Funds 195,657,823 213,710,464 283,057,454
Unutilized Grants 6,574,000 25,703,637 -
Total 414,314,743 474,193,248 519,713,371
Loans 1,202,782 - -
Loans (From Members) - - -
Current Liabilities 966,407 5,438,916 4,346,511
Other Liabilities - - -
Total Liabilities 416,483,932 479,632,164 524,059,882
1) Donations bifurcation computed as per the details provided by the NGO.
2) Some overheads directly spent on the beneficiaries have been included under Direct Programme Activities.
3) Advertisement and Donor Relation Expenses are taken as Fund Raising Costs.
4) Other Expenses includes interest on TDS, Fixed assets written off and Loss on sale of fixed assets.
FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023
Beneficiary Details
Direct Beneficiaries (nos.) - - -
Indirect Beneficiaries (nos.) - - -
Average Cost per Direct Beneficiary (₹) - - -
Staff Details
No. of Staff - - -
Number of Consultants - - -
Number Of Volunteers - - -
Total - - -
Highest Paid Full-Time Staff (₹ p.a.) - - -
Lowest Paid Full-Time Staff (₹ p.a.) - - -
Services Funds Raised (₹)
Donation 10,000
Total Funds Raised 10,000
NGO Name Sector Sub Sector Location % Spent on Beneficiaries Income (₹) Expense (₹)
Goonj.. Comprehensive Empowerment Delhi 100 1,748,257,369 1,148,421,703
Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra Comprehensive Empowerment Jharkhand 93 346,172,589 269,132,597
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Marathwada Gramin Vikas Sanstha (MGVS) Comprehensive Empowerment Maharashtra 92 66,515,632 66,016,683
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Professional Assistance For Development Action (PRADAN) Comprehensive Empowerment Delhi 89 1,788,899,530 1,748,994,898
Sevalaya Comprehensive Empowerment Tamil Nadu 88 188,618,617 186,741,848
Deepalaya Comprehensive Empowerment Delhi 78 150,204,054 135,685,039
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