|Rs, Y/E March 31|
|Income & Expenditure Statement||2013||2014||2015|
|Admin Expenses / Depreciation||665,461||905,835||707,675|
|Surplus / (Deficit) (A-B)||-60,441||23,260||-306,168|
| Balance Sheet||2013||2014||2015|
|Corpus / Share Capital||0||0||0|
|Days' Cash Ratio||145.0||117.0||70.0|
|Repayment Capacity Ratio (x)||Zero debt||Zero debt||Zero debt|
|Income Growth Rate||29.3%||24.9%||-11.0%|
|Dependence On Largest Donor||0.0%||0.0%||0.0%|
|Note: * Adjusted. Depreciation is more than 10% of total expenses and is excluded while calculating the proportion of expenses 'Used for Beneficiaries'
|NGO Profile :
Kutumba was started in the year 1991 in Bengaluru to provide a Home for differently abled children. Based on individual needs, each child is provided with necessary training and facilities to cope with day-to-day activities. Kutumba reaches underprivileged children through other NGOs located in Bengaluru and rural Karnataka. These children are then sent to schools and trained so that they can get some financial stability.|
Its activities are as follows:
- Day Care Centres: Kutumba runs two Day Care Centres – Kutumba Day Care Centre at Bangalore and Bhavya Day Care Centre at the Jillela village. (i) The Kutumba Centre provides basic primary education with stimulating learning activities, social play, sports, and health & hygiene practices. It accommodates children in the age group of 3 to 6 years and provides free nutritious food and pick up and drop services. The children, whose parents are daily wage workers, are exposed to an environment which facilitates safety, hygiene, health, and love. Their educational support helps these children to get admission in Government schools. (ii) Bhavya Day Care Centre provides care and safety to children while preparing them for regular school, once they are 5 years old. Key benefits of the centre are prevention of early school dropouts and discouragement of child labour in the district. The children are provided free meals, a pair of clothes, and imparted value based education.
- Residential Support: Kutumba’s residential centre offers accommodation to physically challenged girls. Accommodation, food, and transport facilities to reach the training centre are provided to young women located in rural Karnataka and the neighbouring states.
- Educational Sponsorship: The organization provides educational sponsorship to selected students, which enables them to continue their education.
- Tailoring Training: Women who have completed the tailoring course have created an album of individual stitching samples. The aim of the course is to enable the trainees to make their own clothes or generate an income by stitching clothes for neighbourhood communities.