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Arpan

Sector: Children
Sub Sector: Services
Tax Deduction: 50% u/s 80G of The Income Tax Act, 1961
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% Spent on Beneficiaries

94%
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Year of Establishment : 2008
Registered Address : 1st Floor, Delta Chemicals Pvt. Ltd, J-1, Cama Industrial zone, Opp. Pushpak House, Off Val Bhatt Rd, Mumbai 400063, Maharashtra
Presence : Maharashtra
Website : https://www.arpan.org.in
Email : info@arpan.org.in
Telephone : +91 22 26862444; +91 22 26868444
Donor Contact : Ms. Charu Chaturvedi / +91 9930998631 / charu@arpan.org.in
Registered Under : The Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950
Auditor : Ganesh and Rajendra Associates
Bankers : Bank of Baroda, HDFC Bank
Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee: : Ms. Achama Mathew, Mr. Arjun Raychaudhuri, Ms. Pooja Taparia

With a vision to ensure A World Free of Child Sexual Abuse (CSA), Arpan enables individuals, families, communities and society with prevention and intervention skills to reduce the occurrence of child sexual abuse and heal its psychological, social, sexual and physical consequences.

Programs:

Personal Safety Education Program (PSE) is Arpan’s flagship program. It is a comprehensive life-skill education programme that approaches CSA with the perspective of prevention and healing providing direct services to children, adolescents and adults. It is conducted in schools and community set-ups with children from Grades 1 to 10 to provide them with the knowledge and skills required to prevent CSA and seek support if such an incident occurs. Counselling services along with Psycho-education and psychotherapeutic support are also provided to family members of these children. During the last year, after conducting the PSE programme, nearly 1,002 (7%) children sought help out of which 4% of children indicated the need to undergo therapeutic intervention for both coping with grief and experiencing CSA and inappropriate behaviour.

Training & Advocacy Programme focuses on building professional capacity for child protection by conducting training and capacity building initiatives with various stakeholders to incorporate Child Protection mechanisms in their environments. Through the training sessions and awareness talks, Arpan reached out to government duty bearers, schools, NGO’s staff and international participants from various institutions. It has reached out to 18,000 professionals and individuals by participating in various events across diverse platforms in the last year, transitioned smoothly between online and offline modes as and when required.

Mental Health Services: So far, it has supported the healing journey of 13,988 children, adolescents, adult survivors and 2,892 family members and caregivers by providing psychoeducation/counselling and psycho-social intervention. Arpan aims at supporting the healing journey of rescued minors, adult survivors and young sexual offenders and helping them attend psycho-social stability. It also provides long-term psychotherapeutic support to adolescent girls and boys and adult survivors in shelter homes who have been sexually abused or trafficked. During Covid Era, Arpan expanded and diversified its mental health services to support the healing journey of those facing anxiety, stress, helplessness or grief or those who were triggered due to the uncertainty of the pandemic and loss of loved ones.

Public Awareness and Prevention was started to address individuals digitally beyond geographies including participation in civil society events (NGO events, corporate events and college events), marking its presence on social media and participating in various exhibitions and conferences. Celebrities like Ms. Vidya Balan (Arpan’s Goodwill ambassador), Mr. Hiten Tejwani, Ms. Tara Sharma Saluja, Mr. Onir and Mr. JD Matheja lent their voice to the campaign during the last year.

FY 2020 (₹) FY 2021 (₹) FY 2022 (₹)
Income
Government Sources - - -
Foreign Sources 14,208,282 - 41,366,387
Institutional Sources 76,033,821 - 22,274,209
General Donations 1,894,011 8,308,925 31,008,009
Sales/Fees 308,665 669,876 129,810
Interest/Dividend 3,281,487 2,591,486 1,547,550
Other Income - 66,137 21,710
Total Income (A) 95,726,266 11,636,424 96,347,675
 
Expenditure
Direct Program Activities 91,127,816 4,084,315 23,504,667
Program Staff Cost 1,435,970 6,168,581 64,959,785
Travel Expenses - - -
Direct Program Expenses 92,563,786 10,252,896 88,464,452
Fund Raising Expenses - - -
General Staff Cost - - -
Overhead Expenses 2,764,444 844,546 1,403,517
Depreciation 2,978,055 2,446,886 4,437,556
Other Expenses/Transfers - - -
Total Expenditure (B) 98,306,285 13,544,328 94,305,525
 
Surplus / Deficit (A-B) -2,580,019 -1,907,904 2,042,150
Assets
Fixed Assets 11,391,615 12,230,892 18,174,309
Current Assets 3,952,707 4,635,528 3,741,816
Cash And Bank 8,826,177 16,321,178 35,257,922
Total Current Assets 24,170,499 33,187,598 57,174,047
Investments 31,296,690 36,830,996 32,193,298
Accumulated Deficits 7,890,336 9,798,240 7,756,090
Total Assets 63,357,525 79,816,834 97,123,435
 
Liabilities
Trust Corpus 440,092 440,092 540,092
General Funds - - -
Earmarked Funds 60,901,141 77,819,002 95,527,679
Unutilized Grants - - -
Total 61,341,233 78,259,094 96,067,771
Loans - - -
Loans (From Members) - - -
Current Liabilities 2,016,292 1,557,740 1,055,664
Other Liabilities - - -
Total Liabilities 63,357,525 79,816,834 97,123,435
1) Grants utilized during the year have been included in Income (Institutional and Foreign sources) and Expenses (Direct Program Activities) based on guidelines of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. As a result, the income/expenses shown are higher than that reported by the NGO.
2) Foreign and Institutional Sources have been bifurcated based on a % arrived at after sourcing the donors for the Child Sexual Fund account.
3) Sales/Fees mainly include Workshop fees, Play income & Training fees.
FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022
Beneficiary Details
Direct Beneficiaries (nos.) - - -
Indirect Beneficiaries (nos.) - - -
Average Cost per Direct Beneficiary (₹) - - -
Staff Details
No. of Staff - - -
Number of Consultants - - -
Number Of Volunteers - - -
Total - - -
Highest Paid Full-Time Staff (₹ p.a.) - - -
Lowest Paid Full-Time Staff (₹ p.a.) - - -
Services Funds Raised (₹)
Donation 12,205
Donor Advisory 50,000
Offline Donation 5,000
Online Donation 15,000
Total Funds Raised 82,205
NGO Name Sector Sub Sector Location % Spent on Beneficiaries Income (₹) Expense (₹)
Arpan Children Services Maharashtra 94 96,347,675 94,305,525
Grace Peter Charitable Trust Children Services Tamil Nadu 94 647,790 659,846
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Arpan Children Services Maharashtra 94 96,347,675 94,305,525
Grace Peter Charitable Trust Children Services Tamil Nadu 94 647,790 659,846
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Udayan Care Children Comprehensive Delhi 91 298,543,212 266,158,757
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Vathsalya Charitable Trust Children Child Care/Balwadi/Creche Karnataka 82 11,534,617 12,747,852
Annamitra Foundation (Formerly known as ISKCON Food Relief Foundation) Children Nutrition Maharashtra 73 447,797,532 462,334,334
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Family Service Centre Children Adoption Maharashtra 67 8,855,533 7,095,463


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