Child Help Foundation (CHF) was established to empower underprivileged, needy, and neglected children in India. They operate largely in Maharashtra & Karnataka and focus on education, development, intervention, treatment, and basic care.
Main activities conducted in FY15:
Orphanage Support Programme: The organisation provides shelter, food, medical expenses, clothing, and education to orphans. In FY15, CHF supported 8 orphanages in 4 states. These shelters are homes to 381 distressed children who are between 3-17 years old.
Educational Support Programme: CHF supports the education of rural, underprivileged children by providing computer skills, English classes, toys and comics, a library, clothes, educational books and stationery.
Medical Support Programme: The organisation aims to supply medical and financial aid to the aged, spreading awareness on HIV/AIDS, and providing free eye examinations. During the year, Health camps were held at Uttarakhand & Naigoan. In FY15, CHF sponsored 15 children for their critical surgeries and 36 children for their cancer treatment.
CSR & Volunteer Programme: CHF has tied up with many corporates like Tata Motors, Deloitte, TARZ (Dubai based company), Oracle and Hexaware in FY15. Tata Motors awarded scholarships to slum students; employees from Deloitte distributed books, and Hexaware distributed cycles to disadvantaged children. CHF planted 100 trees in Zilla Parishad schools with the support of local corporates. Funds were raised through the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon for the ‘Save the girl child’ campaign.
Water and Sanitation Programme: SWAACH – solving sanitation, water cleanliness, and hygiene issues are CHF’s new initiatives. CHF advocates sanitation facilities in schools and communities in remote areas for the benefit of underprivileged children. 300 children benefited from 6 toilets that were built by CHF.
Income Rs26 cr
Expense Rs22 cr
Source : Audit Report 2021
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