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We Will Help Charitable Foundation

Sector: Education
Sub Sector: Services
Tax Deduction: 50% u/s 80G of The Income Tax Act, 1961
FCRA:

UN Sustainable Development Goals:
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% Spent on Beneficiaries

57%
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Year of Establishment : 2013
Registered Address : B-108, Aarohi CHS, Marol Maroshi Road, Andheri East 400059, Maharashtra
Presence : Maharashtra
Website : https://www.wwhtrust.org
Email : info@wwhtrust.org
Telephone : +91 2229206713
Donor Contact : Mr. Eugene Das / +919833894438 / eugenedas@gmail.com
Registered Under : The Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950
Auditor : Pereira & Subramanian
Bankers : Yes Bank Ltd
Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee: : Mr. Eugene Das - Managing Trustee, Ms. Varsha Kulkarni - Treasurer/Trustee, Mr. Swapnil More - Secretary/Trustee, Dr. Janet Hendricks - Trustee, Mr. Saver Elias D'Souza - Trustee, Mr. Lawrence Das - Trustee, Mr. Amaldas Das - Trustee

We Will Help Charitable Foundation (WWH) carries out services & activities for people in slums or villages, focusing towards uplifting them and bringing them closer to the mainstream population. WWH works as a catalyst to bring a change in the lives of underprivileged and marginalized children, youth and women, by addressing their basic needs.

Major Interventions:

Project Gyan (Education): WWH strives to provide various opportunities for learning by providing grass root education training programs for children, women, youth and adults who have never been to school, or have dropped out of it and it also works to improve the quality of education in schools by providing Gurukul classes, library facilities, continued efforts to have motivational talks, yoga training sessions, drawing, mathematics classes and competitions. It supports computer training, English speaking, music, classical dance and martial arts. WWH attempts to provide livelihood in an environment of interactive learning and mentoring that develops their inherent strengths in a competitive job market.

Project Swaasthya (Health): WWH conducts free Monthly Medical Camps & Paediatric camps for women and children of the community which are set up and run by doctors, nurses and para-medical staff who see the line-ups of patients for any medical problem along with distributing meals & clothing as required.

Project Saamudayik Vikas (Environment): To ensure the area is garbage free, WWH employs local community members to monitor and keep the area clean of the accumulated dump waste. “Green Spaces” have been created where trees and flowers are planted in places previously there were garbage dumps. Plans are in progress to run a composting site, vermiculture to reduce household waste in the area by keeping garbage to a minimum and disposing garbage into bins.

Project Swabhimaan (Women Empowerment): WWH addresses the issues of employability, income generation and consequent improvement in quality of life, especially for women, through vocational training and skill development programs. Sewing/tailoring centre have been opened and beautician & mehndi training has been initiated. WWH also provides counselling, awareness and communal harmony to families, individuals and community focusing on immediate problems and offering solutions.

FY 2021 (₹) FY 2022 (₹) FY 2023 (₹)
Income
Government Sources - - -
Foreign Sources - - -
Institutional Sources - - -
General Donations 2,775,200 1,492,177 284,275
Sales/Fees - - -
Interest/Dividend 78,034 288,381 84,609
Other Income 124 - 610
Total Income (A) 2,853,358 1,780,558 369,494
 
Expenditure
Direct Program Activities 942,063 475,490 -
Program Staff Cost 167,428 254,200 289,800
Travel Expenses 22,773 - -
Direct Program Expenses 1,109,491 729,690 289,800
Fund Raising Expenses - - -
General Staff Cost - - -
Overhead Expenses 72,312 33,807 219,004
Depreciation 5,028 3,771 2,828
Other Expenses/Transfers - - -
Total Expenditure (B) 1,209,604 767,268 511,632
 
Surplus / Deficit (A-B) 1,643,754 1,013,290 -142,138
Assets
Fixed Assets 15,084 11,313 717,357
Current Assets 32,151 30,071 23,800
Cash And Bank 1,656,103 775,245 661,163
Total Current Assets 1,703,338 816,629 1,402,320
Investments 1,500,000 3,400,000 2,672,170
Accumulated Deficits - - -
Total Assets 3,203,338 4,216,629 4,074,490
 
Liabilities
Trust Corpus 1,046,400 1,046,400 1,046,400
General Funds 2,156,938 3,170,229 3,028,090
Earmarked Funds - - -
Unutilized Grants - - -
Total 3,203,338 4,216,629 4,074,490
Loans - - -
Loans (From Members) - - -
Current Liabilities - - -
Other Liabilities - - -
Total Liabilities 3,203,338 4,216,629 4,074,490
1) No detailed breakdown is available for donations received.
2) Other Income includes Interest on IT refund.
FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023
Beneficiary Details
Direct Beneficiaries (nos.) 11,000 11,000 28,000
Indirect Beneficiaries (nos.) 25,000 25,000 85,000
Average Cost per Direct Beneficiary (₹) 101 101 101
Staff Details
No. of Staff 6 6 6
Number of Consultants 4 4 4
Number Of Volunteers 8 10 18
Total 18 20 28
Highest Paid Full-Time Staff (₹ p.a.) - - -
Lowest Paid Full-Time Staff (₹ p.a.) - - -
NGO Name Sector Sub Sector Location % Spent on Beneficiaries Income (₹) Expense (₹)
H M Charitable Trust Education Scholarships Maharashtra 100 1,488,546 1,478,865
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Foundation For Excellence India Trust (FFEIT) Education Scholarships Karnataka 99 524,991,566 525,991,417
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K.C. Mahindra Education Trust Education Girl Child Maharashtra 98 614,759,638 549,054,075
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Atulya Vikash Education Services Jharkhand 97 333,630 333,127
Atma Education Trust Education Services Maharashtra 76 19,739,697 17,160,220
We Will Help Charitable Foundation Education Services Maharashtra 57 369,494 511,632


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