Provide education through after school tutoring to underprivileged children;
Focus on their holistic development through life skills training and value education;
Provide daily nutrition, stationery, etc.
Larsen & Toubro; Voltas; Matrix India Entertainment; Union Bank of India; Raymond; BOB Financial Solutions Ltd.; etc.
Ms. Anubha Sharma; Ms. Beena Advani; Mr. Amit Ratanpal
Average: Rs4 cr
Highest: Rs75 cr
Lowest: Rs1 lac
How much to donate
₹1000/- to sponsor a nutritious snack for 100 children
₹8500/- to sponsor tuition cost of one child for one year
Remedial Education for Mumbai's Underprivileged Children
Crisis: Only 50% of the under privileged children that attend school attain literacy. Around 4.5 lakh marginalized children attend Mumbai's Municipal schools but less than 70% of them complete 10 years of education. Thus partnering with non-profits and giving remedial education would help municipal schools bridge this learning gap. Angel Xpress Foundation (AXF) works to transform the lives through regular access to educated adults.
Programs: 1) Learning Centers: Since there is an absence of educated adults to tutor and mentor slum children, AXF runs free non-formal Centers at public parks and promenades, which serve as makeshift classrooms. 2) Youth Engagement Program: Academic & career counseling, opportunities in vocational training for employability, and higher education for youth in the age group of 16-18 years. 3) Life Skills & Social Emotional Learning: The UNICEF-prescribed Social Emotional Learning module aims at developing life skills in children that help them grow into mindful, happy and well-adjusted individuals.
Outcome: 1) At present, around 500 volunteers are mentoring nearly 2000 children at 17 AXF Learning Centers in Mumbai. By 2022, they aim to impact 10,000 children with the assistance of 2,000+ volunteers. 2) Helped 1,700+ children across 11 municipal schools with daily English lessons.
Income Rs2 cr
Expense Rs1 cr
Source : Audit Report 2019
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