Score Foundation work towards disseminating information on living life with blindness in an effort to minimize discrimination, increase social inclusion, self-reliance and help empower the visually impaired of India so that they may become contributing members of society.
Some of their activities are:
Helpdesk: The Eyeway Helpdesk is a vital channel through which they share information about life with blindness. The Helpdesk provides information, motivates people, counsels them, and in turn links them to other organizations and professionals who might be able to offer help. The Helpdesk is open Monday to Friday, from 10 am to 5 pm. They take calls from across the country on issues such as parenting, education, careers, rights, discrimination, human rights violations, and so on. The Helpdesk is supported by SightSavers International, UK.
Radio: Their Hindi radio show uses real life stories, interviews, features, discussions, radio drama, to share knowledge about living a fulfilling life with vision impairment. The show Eyeway Yeh Hai Roshni Ka Karawan was first aired in November 2005.
TV Serial – ‘Nazar Ya Nazariya’: Went on air on 21 September, 2013. Its aimed at challenging common perceptions and focusing on the immense possibilities of life with blindness.
Eyeway.org: Eyeway website is an important project of Score Foundation. Eyeway is an interactive information hub on everything related to blindness. Their objective is to use information and knowledge to inform, inspire, and empower people.
Workshops, Events and Talks: Score Foundation conducts sensitization workshops with employees from various organizations. The workshops are interactive, thought provoking, and try to build understanding about possibilities in a life with blindness.
Research: The research department at Score Foundation is like a lynchpin that provides a quality knowledge base and supports other departments within the organization.
Income Rs2 cr
Expense Rs1 cr
Source : Audit Report 2014
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