Muskan Foundation for People with Multiple Disabilities
SUB SECTOR: Special School
% Spent on beneficiaries
Age: 10 Years
Tax Benefit: 50%
Foreign donations: ✔
Make children with MDVI live independent, confident, and happy lives by providing holistic support to children and their parents
Cox & Kings Foundation;
CMA-CGM Shipping Agency;
The Dalal Family Foundation;
HHH Foundation, USA;
State Street Corporate Services;
Bombay Community Public Trust;
Ms. Dipti Gandhi
Mr. Sanjay Gandhi
Ms. Chhaya Shah
Mr. Pinkesh Kapadia
Mr. Rishabh Nag
Average: Rs2 cr
Highest: Rs12 cr
Lowest: Rs1 lac
How much to donate
Rs2,500 for Sponsoring 1 child's Therapy for 1 month.
Rs5,000 for Sponsoring 1 child's Education for 1 month.
Crisis: Special schools in India are ill-equipped to cater to individual needs of children with Multiple Disabilities with Visual Impairment (MDVI). Muskan Foundation aims at bridging this gap by providing a nurturing environment that offers cost-effective services and equips parents with the knowledge to sustain the child's development.
About MDVI: Visual impairment with hearing impairment and/or mentally challenged and/or cerebral palsy and/or speech impairment.
Programs: 1) Early Intervention (0-3 years):
Mother-toddler programs are run to develop the
child's physical and emotional skills. 2) Special Education (3-18 years): Individual education plan is designed to develop each child's cognitive, motor communication and daily living skills. 3) Therapy: Offers vision, physio, sensory integration, occupational and speech therapies.
Outcome: Muskan is the only school in Mumbai providing holistic services to children with MDVI. Minimum 1:3 teacher-child ratio is maintained. From 4 students in 2007, Muskan currently covers 104 students for special education and 200 children for various therapies across 3 Centers in Mumbai. 22 students have been integrated into mainstream schools.
Income Rs93 lac
Expense Rs97 lac
Source : Audit Report 2018
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