Impact India Foundation (IIF)
Estd: 1983
Used for Beneficiaries: 88%
Address : Nhava House, 65 Maharshi Karve Road, Marine Lines, Mumbai 400 002. Maharashtra
Email :
Web-site :
Telephone : +91 22 66339606
Donor Contact : Ms. Neelam Kshirsagar / +91 9820237581 /
Financial Score
Rs, Y/E March 31
Income & Expenditure Statement201620172018
Income From
Government Sources000
Institutional Sources40,642,46771,045,21289,375,298
Foreign Sources21,514,48816,602,70214,508,123
Other Income1,534,20579,67312,449
Total Income (A)69,723,67694,341,527110,896,061
Expenses For
Direct Programme Activities43,381,96955,809,13991,267,036
Programme Staff Cost16,679,41812,824,69320,224,816
Travel Expenses2,422,0712,905,6442,952,454
Direct Programme Expenses62,483,45871,539,476114,444,306
Fund Raising Expenses2,253,9941,105,2211,518,913
General Staff Cost2,240,6786,981,9177,002,863
Overhead Expenses4,490,7274,371,8135,816,978
Other Expenses/Transfer34,90137,7270
Total Expenditure (B)72,154,06084,602,424129,363,872
Surplus / (Deficit) (A-B)-2,430,3849,739,103-18,467,811
Balance Sheet201620172018
Fixed Assets12,271,86124,073,54924,671,310
Current Assets (excl. Cash)9,200,7716,086,3925,972,327
Cash/Bank 28,045,80230,604,00047,407,297
Accumulated Deficits000
Total Assets80,722,309107,413,941128,695,934
Corpus / Share Capital18,861,10018,861,10019,061,100
General Funds20,447,85030,186,95311,719,142
Earmarked Funds12,077,72337,238,03357,137,736
Current Liabilities29,335,63621,127,85540,777,956
Total Liabilities80,722,309107,413,941128,695,934
Other Details201620172018
Direct Beneficiaries (Nos)107,20887,178N.A.
Indirect Beneficiaries (Nos)N.A.N.A.N.A.
Cost Per Direct Beneficiary (Rs) - Avg. 667964N.A.
Number of Staff4874N.A.
Highest Salary (Rs p.a.)858,0001,086,000N.A.
Lowest Salary (Rs p.a.)60,00060,000N.A.
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 : 80G 50%
Eligible for foreign donations : Yes

Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:
Mr. Ramesh Sarin, Chairman
Ms. Pheroza Godrej, Trustee
Ms. Usha Thorat, Trustee
Mr. Jayant Kumar Banthia, Trustee
Mr. Anil Shastri, Trustee
Mr. Samir Shah, Trustee

Source : Audit Report 2018

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 (IIF) is an international initiative against avoidable disablement, promoted by the UNDP, UNICEF, and WHO in association with the Governments of each participating country. IMPACT worldwide was launched in India in 1983 in response to a National Plan of Action. It acts as a catalyst to bring together the Government, the corporate sector and NGOs in mass health programs of national priority.

IIF's Projects:

Lifeline Express:  In 1991, Impact India's Lifeline Express was launched, which became the world's first hospital on a train. Its main objective was that people should not, through neglect, become disabled and thus robbed of health, productivity and joy; and that persons especially in rural India should have access to medical services.

The train, which is the flagship of Impact India Foundation has medically served more than 10,00,000 poor in rural India, restoring sight, movement, hearing, neurological treatment and more, completely free of cost.

Community Health Initiative (CHI): CHI is an innovative and challenging opportunity that aims to establish a fully functional, community-owned, health-delivery system.

Objectives of CHI:

a. Preventing the incidence of future disabilities- like under 5 malnutrition, Anaemia in women, iodine and Vitamin A deficiency etc.

b. Reversal of existing disability, like visual impairment, deafness, polio etc. by curative measures.

A Health Game, based on the Snakes and Ladders game was designed by Impact for the use of rural school children. The game rewards positive behaviour relating to health (climb a ladder) and discourage poor health practices (slide down a snake). The game is simple and effective in communicating various health messages in a playful way.