Sanjivani Health & Relief Committee
Mobile Health
Estd: 2005
Used for Beneficiaries: 88%
Address : Near Dharmrasik Vatika, B/H. Ekta Tower, Barrage Road, Vasna, Ahmedabad 380007. Gujarat
Email :
Web-site :
Telephone : +91 9898368565, 9428400000; 07926620497
Donor Contact : Dr. Pankaj R. Shah / +91 9898368565, +91 9428400000 /
Financial Score
Rs, Y/E March 31
Income & Expenditure Statement201720182019
Income From
Government Sources000
Institutional Sources21,159,474353,0352,737,668
Foreign Sources1,750,4321,559,0953,312,535
Other Income2,961,526419,2340
Total Income (A)47,351,24525,920,39445,283,187
Expenses For
Direct Programme Activities19,230,27113,314,57829,819,289
Programme Staff Cost9,799,1719,139,7430
Travel Expenses2,200800
Direct Programme Expenses29,031,64222,454,40129,819,289
Fund Raising Expenses4255,0270
General Staff Cost020,0440
Overhead Expenses2,138,2215,208,604531
Other Expenses/Transfer260,3170617,990
Total Expenditure (B)35,864,39631,553,36833,804,162
Surplus / (Deficit) (A-B)11,486,849-5,632,97411,479,025
Balance Sheet201720182019
Fixed Assets33,714,17730,118,30625,984,810
Current Assets (excl. Cash)756,5271,344,2822,078,613
Cash/Bank 4,882,6542,092,18012,831,747
Accumulated Deficits000
Total Assets68,935,93171,246,71183,360,113
Corpus / Share Capital15,376,45617,360,45720,102,265
General Funds39,016,52133,383,54744,862,574
Earmarked Funds13,067,09815,622,59117,330,400
Current Liabilities1,475,8564,880,1161,064,874
Total Liabilities68,935,93171,246,71183,360,113
Other Details201720182019
Direct Beneficiaries (Nos)N.A.169,179N.A.
Indirect Beneficiaries (Nos)N.A.12,754N.A.
Cost Per Direct Beneficiary (Rs)N.A.164N.A.
Number of StaffN.A.36N.A.
Highest Salary (Rs p.a.)N.A.142,896N.A.
Lowest Salary (Rs p.a.)N.A.97,416N.A.
Regd. under : The Indian Trust Act, 1882
Auditor : S.J.Pathak & Co.
Bankers : UCO Bank
State Bank of India

Donor tax benefits : 80G 50%
Eligible for foreign donations : Yes

Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:
Dr. Pankaj R. Shah, President Mr. Dilip K. Patel, Vice President
Dr. Ramesh I. Patel, Secretary Mr. Bharat A. Patel, Jt.Secratary
Mr. Manoj L. Soni, Treasurer Dr. Sandip J. Dave, Trustee
Dr. Kirit K. Shah, Trustee Dr. Ramesh N. Patel, Trustee
Mr. Indravadan R. Purohit, Trustee Mr. Babubhai R. Patel, Trustee
Mr. Dharmesh Shah, Trustee

Source : Audit Report 2019

Financial Note : 1) Transfers from Endowment and Project Funds have been adjusted in Donations (being the largest Income Source), on the basis of ICAI Guidelines. 2) The NGO has not provided a details breakdown of Program Expenses for FY19.

NGO Profile :
Sanjivani Health & Relief Committee (SHRC) was established in 2005 to provide qualified healthcare services to poor people of villages around Ahmedabad.

The NGO's activities include:

Healthcare: i) Rural Health Services: SHRC provides medical treatment and medicines free of cost to patients belonging to marginalized communities. At least 12 villages are covered on a daily basis under this program.  ii) Mobile Medical Van: Dental, Opthamalic, ECG screen, hypertension and blood sugar testing are some of the services enabled through a mobile medical van.  iii) Mobile Pathology Lab provides bio-chemistry and lab reports to 1,000+ beneficiaries per year. iv) Adolescent Health counseling for better management and prevention of diseases. v) Sanjivani Health Care Center is a fully equipped outpatient department based diagnostic center in Gujarat. Urban Clinic: Sanjivani Arogya Kendra is a clinic for underprivileged patients living in urban areas with critical illnesses.

Education: i) Sanjivani Schools: SHRC currently is running 3 schools namely Sajivani Vidyavihar, Shiv Prathamik Shala and Shiv Madhyamik Shala with 900+ students being educated yearly in total. ii) Supplementary services: Deserving candidates in need of the 3 schools also receive scholarships, technical and software infrastructure donation to 32 schools so far, etc.

Women Empowerment: i) Skill development courses for girls and housewives. ii) Sanjivani Suraksha: Manufacturing and distribution of sanitary napkins to women and girls living in rural areas. This initiative will also provide employment to women for producing and selling the sanitary napkins at subsidized rates.