Summary
Hope Kolkata Foundation
 
Children
Comprehensive
Estd: 1999
Used for Beneficiaries: 89%
Address : 39, Panditya Place, Kolkata 700029. West Bengal
Email :  info@hopechild.org
Web-site : www.hopechild.org
Telephone : +91 33 24742904
Donor Contact : Ms. Geeta Venkadakrishnan / +91 9830201145 / director@hkf.ind.in
Financial Score
Rs, Y/E March 31
Income & Expenditure Statement201620172018
Income From
Government Sources000
Institutional Sources6,115,6239,733,4926,919,219
Foreign Sources47,287,77374,035,00187,510,879
Donations9,006,7956,470,89212,991,183
Sales/Fees20,539,81124,105,50430,179,553
Interest/Dividend336,704379,493283,666
Other Income6,013,40222,930,7521,976,172
Total Income (A)89,300,108137,655,134139,860,672
Expenses For
Direct Programme Activities67,839,07599,120,437122,686,499
Programme Staff Cost15,024,76511,667,5011,906,231
Travel Expenses59,44900
Direct Programme Expenses82,923,289110,787,938124,592,730
Fund Raising Expenses2,500447,359599,199
General Staff Cost766,02632,1480
Overhead Expenses7,848,51611,728,0519,707,284
Depreciation2,639,4274,783,3775,336,147
Other Expenses/Transfer265,2780240,240
Total Expenditure (B)94,445,036127,778,873140,475,600
Surplus / (Deficit) (A-B)-5,144,9289,876,261-614,928
Balance Sheet201620172018
Assets
Fixed Assets76,588,13383,501,57273,804,016
Current Assets (excl. Cash)6,375,2552,828,3003,516,968
Cash/Bank 13,371,11218,825,12917,739,325
Investments000
Accumulated Deficits11,561,36300
Total Assets107,895,864105,155,00195,060,309
Liabilities
Corpus / Share Capital000
General Funds76,425,785103,403,11582,150,550
Earmarked Funds28,404,518010,696,704
Loans000
Current Liabilities3,065,5611,751,8862,213,056
Total Liabilities107,895,864105,155,00195,060,309
Other Details201620172018
Direct Beneficiaries (Nos)145,34543,82741,323
Indirect Beneficiaries (Nos)N.A.N.A.N.A.
Cost Per Direct Beneficiary (Rs) - Avg. 6322,8063,270
Number of Staff218247265
Highest Salary (Rs p.a.)600,000479,928960,000
Lowest Salary (Rs p.a.)72,00072,00060,000
Regd. under : The Societies Registration Act, 1860
Auditor : A. R. Banerjee & Co
Bankers : Axis Bank
Standard Chartered Bank

Donor tax benefits : 80G 50%
Eligible for foreign donations : Yes

Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:
Mr. Joy Kar, President Ms. Geeta Venkadakrishnan, Secretary
Mr. Dipak Biswas, Treasurer Ms. Swaran Chaudhury, Member
Ms. Ujjwala Kanti Debnath, Member Ms. Shiela Banerjee, Member
Ms. Sachichandra Das, Member Ms. Samiran Mallik, Member

Source : Audit Report 2018

Financial Note : 1) During FY10-13, details of expenses were not provided. It can be assumed that salaries are included in total project cost reported. 2) Foreign Sources includes contributions from the Hope Foundation, Caring Hand, etc. 3) Sales/Fees includes contributions from Life Skill Units, Hope Hospital, etc. 4) Other Expenses increased by 381% in FY17 due to Written off Loans/Liabilities.

NGO Profile :
Hope Kolkata Foundation was established to provide holistic care and sustainable development for underprivileged children.

HKF has four key intervention areas that they are currently working on. They are as follows:

  • Protection: i) Shelter Care: Seven protection homes, three crisis units and a mother and child care unit have been created for the youth. Hope Kolkata created. ii) Child Watch: Protection for children 24 hours a day with night rounds by the Kolkata police using Hope mobile ambulances. This results in rehabilitation and repatriation of abandoned children living on the streets, being trafficked or victimized. Hope’s crisis centres for boys & girls, mothers & children are available for shelter and counselling of the underprivileged. Hope created Nabaasha, a project for street children which is a joint initiative with the Kolkata police to provide an 8 hour drop in centre. It offers education, healthcare, counselling, and recreational activities.
  • Holistic Education: Hope has crèches as day care centers for children of working mothers. It has also set up a remedial coaching center to provide additional learning skills to children and awarded educational scholarships to 400 children. Besides this HKF Home Visits to sensitize parents towards education, Advocacy and Networking Visits to ensure availing of Govt. schemes and policies in favour of children, Training for Teachers and Social workers, etc.
  • Primary Healthcare: Focus areas are women and new born care, immunization, leprosy, nutrition, balanced diet, sanitation and free medicines. A mobile clinic has been made available to assess and support children’s health and nutrition throughout 30 slums in Kolkata and Howrah. Hope has also created a diagnostic center and hospital for the underprivileged living on the street. The hospital provides a range of services to its patients and has in-patient, out-patient, diagnostic and surgical departments.
  • Life Skill Training Unit: The center provides training in vocational skills, such as computer basics, spoken English, personality development, culinary skills, photography, garment making and tailoring. They carry out at least 800 classes in a year collectively.