Summary
Impact India Foundation
 
Health
Hospital
Estd: 1983
Used for Beneficiaries: 89%
Address : Nhava House, 65 Maharshi Karve Road, Marine Lines, Mumbai 400 002. Maharashtra
Email : info@impactindia.org
Web-site : www.impactindia.org
Telephone : +91 22 66339606
Donor Contact : Ms. Neelam Kshirsagar / +91 9820237581 / info@impactindia.org
Financial Score
Rs, Y/E March 31
Income & Expenditure Statement201220132014
Income From
Government Sources300,00000
Institutional Sources12,372,70125,629,93322,817,585
Foreign Sources11,001,39711,588,78413,110,376
Donations1,166,151950,5281,904,788
Sales/Fees000
Interest/Dividend2,107,6681,939,7562,631,243
Other Income55,80465,2701,110,317
Total Income (A)27,003,72140,174,27141,574,309
Expenses For
Direct Programme Activities19,216,86921,374,66720,328,781
Programme Staff Cost11,287,57012,295,57312,457,620
Travel Expenses196,806248,887282,270
Direct Programme Expenses30,701,24533,919,12733,068,671
Fund Raising Expenses000
General Staff Cost2,129,6522,190,6802,359,690
Overhead Expenses1,683,6931,713,5871,759,909
Depreciation51,84041,86741,630
Other Expenses/Transfer000
Total Expenditure (B)34,566,43037,865,26137,229,900
Surplus / (Deficit) (A-B)-7,562,7092,309,0104,344,409
Balance Sheet201220132014
Assets
Fixed Assets10,555,75710,863,5409,034,958
Current Assets (excl. Cash)3,324,3863,092,8142,829,455
Cash/Bank 3,052,6197,988,8298,645,652
Investments18,600,00018,600,00029,903,875
Accumulated Deficits000
Total Assets35,532,76240,545,18350,413,940
Liabilities
Corpus / Share Capital18,561,10018,561,10018,561,100
General Funds5,326,9607,635,96911,980,379
Earmarked Funds10,210,91610,995,3168,335,102
Loans000
Current Liabilities1,433,7863,352,79811,537,359
Total Liabilities35,532,76240,545,18350,413,940
Other Details201220132014
Direct Beneficiaries (Nos)156,296116,610139,718
Indirect Beneficiaries (Nos)N.A.N.A.N.A.
Cost Per Direct Beneficiary (Rs) - Avg. 221324266
Number of Staff474744
Highest Salary (Rs p.a.)1,236,0001,239,6001,239,600
Lowest Salary (Rs p.a.)36,00057,60062,672
Regd. under : The Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950
Auditor : N. M. Raiji & Co.
Bankers :
Kotak Mahindra Bank State Bank of India
Central Bank of India

Donor tax benefits : 35AC 100%, 80G 50%
Eligible for foreign donations : Yes

Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:
Mr. R. C. Sarin, Chairman Shri Y. H. Malegam, Trustee
Ms. Pheroza Godrej, Trustee Ms. Usha Thorat, Trustee
Mr. Rishad Tobaccowala, Trustee Mr. Peter Hassan, Trustee
Mr. Jayant Kumar Banthia, Trustee Ms. Zelma Lazarus, CEO

Source : Audit Report 2014

Financial Note : Depreciation on assets used for programme-related activities is included in programme costs (Rs567,143 in FY13) and depreciation on assets used for administrative purposes (Rs41,867 in FY13) is classified as 'depreciation'. A similar adjustment is made for all years. Awaiting the depreciation figure for programme-related activities in FY14.

NGO Profile :
Impact India Foundation acts as catalyst to bring together the private sector, non-government organisations, professionals and citizens in partnership with the Government in mass health projects for the prevention and cure of disabilities. It played a major role in developing systems and procedures for polio immunization in Bombay city. It was established by the United Nations & launched by the Government of India, and is the flagship of 19 Impact Foundations across the world.

IIF's mission is:

  • To initiate, augment and intensify action against those causes of massively prevalent disablement for which there exists a potential for prevention and control, which can be delivered through existing delivery systems and available infrastructure.
  • To treat millions of people who are disabled by curable blindness, deafness and physical handicaps and facial deformities.

Their activities include:

  • The Lifeline Express:  Since 1991, this initiative has restored mobility, hearing, vision, corrected cleft lips, treated dental and neurological problems, all free of cost, for about 1,000,000 rural  poor, made possible with the donated services of about 200,000 medical persons, and thousands of volunteers from around the world. The Lifeline Express has won the United Nations Grand Award for Excellence in Public Service, and has been honoured by the Government of India with the release of a National Postage stamp. This project has been replicated with four Lifeline Express trains in China and two in South Africa.
  • Community Health Initiative: This is a sustainable, replicable model in partnership with the Government, using existing infrastructure and available delivery systems that covers a population of two million tribals in rural Thane District, Maharashtra. It achieved 72% reduction in disability in the area. Its focus, in line with National Rural Health Mission and the UN Millennium Development Goals - 2015, is on generating community health, centred around Mother and Child Health, for long term impact on disability reduction.

 



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