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|Year of Establishment||:||1981|
|Registered Address||:||7/4/104 B,New No-10/2/163,Sulochana Gardens,Tenkasi Road,Ayikudy 627852, Tamil Nadu|
|Telephone||:||+91 4633 267160; +91 4633 267170; +91 4633 267317; +91 4633 267449|
|Donor Contact||:||Mr. S. Sankara Raman / +91 9944454170; +91 9994385170 / email@example.com|
|Registered Under||:||The Societies Registration Act, 1860
|Auditor||:||M. Srinivasan & Associates|
|Bankers||:||ICICI Bank Indian Overseas Bank State Bank Of India Canara Bank|
|Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:||:||Mr. S. Ramakrishnan - President, Dr. K. Murugaiah - Vice President, Mr. S. Sankara Raman - Secretary, Mr. Visvanathan Ganesan - Joint Secretary, Mr. S. Pattammal - Treasurer, Mr. T. V. Subramanian - Member, Mr. S. Anbu Ramesh - Member, Mr. S.R.S Ayyar - Member, Mr. S.S.Kandaswamy - Member|
Amar Seva Sangam aims to empower disabled citizens. It follows an approach to establish a centralised resource centre to act as a catalyst for change in the development of differently abled and intellectually challenged by involving the village community in the process. The NGO’s mission is to empower the disabled citizens by establishing a ‘Valley for the Disabled’ as a Rehabilitation and Development Centre for the region and developing models for self-help initiatives.
Major Programs include:
Early Intervention: The centres aims to minimize disability as early as possible in children up to the age of 5. There is a special sensory integration room where the children are trained for sensory stimulation for hearing, seeing, feeling and tasting. Adaptive equipment such as walkers and posture training chairs are also used along with coaching to carry out daily living activities, self-care and basic reading & writing.
Institution-based rehabilitation & Education: Physically challenged children above the age of 5 years are provided with free shelter, food, clothing, speech therapy, medical aid, assistive devices and appliances at the NGO’s home and schools. The rehab centres aims to provide medical assistance, physiotherapy, skills development, vocational training in various trades for person with Acute Spinal Injury and physical and mental disabilities. Separate hostels for the disabled youth trainees are also functioning.
Village Based Rehabilitation Initiative: During the rehabilitation process, they sensitize the community, families and differently abled persons about disabilities, and organize self-help groups and comprehensive rehabilitation activities like advocacy, livelihood assistance and implementation of government schemes. The NGO also runs home based services wherein services are given with the area of focus in self-care, community mobility, communication, functional academics, school inclusion, etc.
Vocational Training and Employment: Disabled Youth Trainee Students Hostel helps individuals in different disciplines get gainful employment to suit their physical abilities in areas like tailoring, handicrafts, toy making, note-book making and binding, paintings, typewriting, advanced computer training, mobile phone and home appliances servicing. Amar Foundation helps trainees from Amar Seva with employment generation.
|FY 2020 (₹)||FY 2021 (₹)||FY 2022 (₹)|
|Income and Expenditure Statement||1,914,317||22,952,006||18,029,996|
|1) Sales/Fees include fees from school, nursery, computer education, etc. and also collections from cattle, canteen, trainings, etc.
2) Other income consists of Interdepartment Adjustment, Prior Period Expenses and Misc. receipts.
3) Direct Programme Activities include overheads like printing & stationery, electricity, repairs & maintenance pertaining to the programmes.
4) Fund Raising Expenses include public communication expenses and promotion/advertisement expenses for various courses and trainings.
5) Other Expenses/Transfers includes reserve for Master Infrastructure Development plan for Disability Management and Write Offs.
|FY 2020||FY 2021||FY 2022|
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|Services||Funds Raised (₹)|
|Total Funds Raised||6,100|
|NGO Name||Sector||Sub Sector||Location||% Spent on Beneficiaries||Income (₹)||Expense (₹)|
|Adarsh Charitable Trust||Disability||Compr - Mental/Phy Disability||Kerala||84||20,344,781||25,880,909|
|Amar Seva Sangam||Disability||Rehabilitation - Physical Disability||Tamil Nadu||80||166,555,712||148,525,716|
|Andhjan Kalyan Trust||Disability||Comprehensive - Multiple||Gujarat||72||2,204,277||2,533,317|
|Diya Foundation||Disability||Vocational Training - Mental Disability||Karnataka||70||7,443,000||6,420,000|
|Mitra Jyothi||Disability||Blind - Comprehensive||Karnataka||55||15,361,981||8,855,407|
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