To identify and work along the economically and socially deprived, the physically and mentally challenged children, so that they become educated, skilled and aware.
Enable them to be self-reliant and enjoy a healthy, dignified and sustainable quality of life.
Asian Paints; Oriflame Pvt. Ltd; Embassy of Japan;
Tech Mahindra Foundation; AkzoNobel; Reliance; NIIT; Australian High Commission;
Mr. Y.Chackochan, President;
Dr. George John, Secretary & Chief Executive;
Mr. Shaji P John, Treasurer & Member;
Mr. T. M. Abraham, Member;
Dr. Sakshi John, Member;
Mr. P. C. Abraham, Member;
Dr. Annie Mathew, Member;
Ms. Leena George, Member;
Ms. Rajini Thomson, Member
Excellence Award given by International Human Rights Organization for incredible endeavors done by Deepalaya at the grassroot level in 2021; Scopup Magazine awarded Deepalaya for Top 10 Indian Revolutionary NGOs towards upliftment of the Society in 2021
Average: Rs35 cr
Highest: Rs122 cr
Lowest: Rs2 cr
How much to donate
Donate from ₹500/- or more to support the education of underprivileged children
Donate from ₹500/- or more to empower women
Donate from ₹500/- or more to provide healthcare services to underprivileged families
Donate from ₹500/- or more to support institutional care for underprivileged children
A society built on legitimate rights, equity and a self-reliant culture.
Crisis: In every major cities in India, there are more than 1 lakh street children working and providing for their families. This causes an opportunity cost for them as they miss out the chance to receive education and other necessary services needed for an overall well being of a child.
Programs: a) Education: Providing formal education and non-formal education to underprivileged children. b) Healthcare: Provide with vision centers, health camps, Cancer screening camps etc. c) Vocational Training: Skill development centers to learn IT- basics and advanced, Beauty & Wellness
Fashion Designing d) Institutional Care: Providing home and care for orphan, semi-orphan and street children e) Women Empowerment: Forming Self-Help groups, micro-enterprises and spreading awareness against violence women. f) Agriculture: Promotion of organic farming, bio-decomposes etc. g) Differently able Sambhav Project: Assisting in physiotherapy, occupational therapy & holistic development and rehabilitating for self-reliance.
Outcome: Providing meals to 17.2mn beneficiaries, healthcare to 1.4mn, providing education opportunities to 3,66,328, training 22,399 beneficiaries on various vocational courses, assisting and rehabilitating 4,622 differently able people and providing shelter and institutional care to 1,749 children.
Income Rs14 cr
Expense Rs13 cr
Source : Audit Report 2021
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