SHARE Society To Heal Aid Restore Educate (Swades Foundation)
Comprehensive Empowerment
UN Sustainable Development Goal:
Goal 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
% Spent on beneficiaries
Financial Score:
Age: 47 Years
Tax Benefit: 50%
Foreign donations:
Location(s): Maharashtra
Issues Addressed:
Income augmentation for the underprivileged through diversified sources
Supported by:
Bharat Petroleum, HSBC Bank, H.T.Parekh Foundation, Sun Pharmaceuticals, Tata Trusts, UTI Assest Management Company
Key Trustees:
Mr. Rohinton (Ronnie) Screwvala, Founder Director
Ms. Zarina Screwvala, Co-Founder & Managing Trustee/ Director
Ms. Trishya Screwvala, Trustee
Sector Comparison:
Beneficiary Spend:
Average: 85.3% Highest: 99.0% Lowest: 64.3%
Average: Rs35 cr Highest: Rs122 cr Lowest: Rs2 cr
How much to donate
  • Donate ₹600/- for plantation of 10 fruit bearing trees, supplementing the income of a farmer
  • Donate ₹4,400/- to enhance income of an Adivasi Household through poultry intervention
  • Donate ₹5,000 to help provide enterprise starter kit to a trained rural entrepreneur
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Empowering 1 Million Rural Indians Every 5 years
  • Crisis: Swades Foundation operates with the single-minded focus of empowering rural India with the vision of rural empowerment through best practices, modern technology and values.
  • Programs: i) Economic Development- includes creating multiple livelihoods like dairy, poultry for meat and goat farming, skill training for youth, orchards and cashew processing, focusing on irrigation. ii) Water and Sanitation- includes building toilets and bringing clean drinking water through taps at homes and in schools iii) Education- includes training principals and teachers, conducting Abacus camps, providing essential infrastructure and scholarships for further education. iv) Health & Nutrition- includes eye care, cardiac care, anaemia alleviation, hearing disability support and empowering community health volunteers.
  • Outcome: During the year 2018-19, 35,000 children benefitted from health related testing, care and surgeries; 9200 children benefited from educational scholarships, career guidance and abacus camp, 900 teachers and principals trained and 606 schools aided with learning tools; 3300 homes connected with drinking water through taps and 2300 household toilets built, 43 schools provided with drinking water and sanitation facilities; 3000 entrepreneurs created ,1000 acres bought under irrigation, 900 youth formally trained and placed, 1.52 lakh fruit bearing trees planted.
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69 cr
Source : Audit Report 2020