NGOs Financial Details

V Care Foundation
Health Established : 1994
Used for Beneficiaries: 87%
Regd. Office : A-102, Om Residency, Jerbai Wadia Road, Opp. Bhoiwada Court, Parel (E), Mumbai 400012. Maharashtra
Email :
Web-site :
Telephone : +91 22 24141856
Donor Contact : Ms. Vandana Gupta / +91 9821058678 /
Rs, Y/E March 31
Income & Expenditure Statement201620172018
Income From
Government Sources000
Corporate Sources000
Non Government Funding Agencies000
Foreign Sources492,000126,000538,000
Management Contribution000
Sales And Sponsorships000
Membership Fees/Service Charges000
Other Income0043,500
Total Income (A)23,973,67333,246,70932,271,661
Expenses For
Direct Programme Expenses18,602,00027,945,00028,322,000
Staff Cost (Related To Programmes)740,000752,000498,000
Total Direct Programme Cost19,342,00028,697,00028,820,000
Fund Raising Expenses000
Staff Cost (General)114,000181,000172,000
Travel Expenses48,00067,00028,000
Overhead Expenses228,428336,251219,008
Professional Fees000
Other Expenses64,700078,000
Transfers to Reserves/Specific Funds000
Total Expenditure (B)19,797,12829,281,25129,554,826
Surplus / (Deficit) (A-B)4,176,5453,965,4582,716,835
Balance Sheet201620172018
Fixed Assets10,470,33711,484,49811,542,904
Current Assets1,876,9382,174,6702,025,915
Accumulated Deficits000
Total Assets75,461,25381,563,70887,308,522
Trust Corpus31,425,86832,703,33935,739,340
Other Funds44,035,38548,841,14751,557,982
Current Liabilities019,22211,200
Total Liabilities75,461,25381,563,70887,308,522
Other Details201620172018
Direct Beneficiaries (Nos)61,09573,633106,040
Indirect Beneficiaries (Nos)N.A.N.A.N.A.
Cost Per Direct Beneficiary (Rs)324398279
Number of Staff855
Highest Salary (Rs p.a.)144,000168,300184,800
Lowest Salary (Rs p.a.)84,00096,00084,000
Regd. under : The Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950
Auditor : S.J. Shah & Associates
Bankers : HDFC Bank

Donor tax benefits : 80G 50%
Eligible for foreign donations : Yes

Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:
Ms. Vandana Gupta Ms. Shirin Bharucha
Mr. Hoshie Malgham Mr. Vasudev Hemrajani
Mr. Sunil Kapur Dr. Tapan Saikia
Dr. Anil D'Cruz Ms. Suman Tulsiani
Mr. Shakti Saran

Source: V Care Foundation, Audit Report FY13

NGO Profile :
V Care Foundation was founded with the objective to provide nutritional and mental health support to cancer patients and their families.

Its trained volunteers visit cancer hospitals in Mumbai regularly to provide emotional as well as financial support to patients throughout the duration of the treatment. “UMMEED”, V Care’s unique Cancer Helpdesk, provides information to patients and their caregivers on different types of available government schemes, hospitals, NGOs and trust for financial assistance and a list of budget hotels/accommodation.

V Care is supported by leading hospitals in Mumbai including Tata Memorial Hospital, Jaslok Hospital, Lilavati Hospital, Nanavati Hospital and Breach Candy Hospital. It provides support to out station patients through newsletters and pamphlets, access to medicines and prosthesis, assistance for boarding and lodging, nutritional supplements, organizing blood donation camps & identifying blood donors and rehabilitative services. Support Groups in different parts of the country ensure that the beneficiaries are provided with required care and support even after they migrate back to their respective home towns after the treatment.

Recreational outings are organized to alleviate stress levels of a patient and their relatives. V Care engages patients in productive activities by offering training in various vocations. This helps to empower patients and revives their confidence and hope to fight cancer. Cancer survivors, particularly women who have received training during their treatment, are known to have started their own small businesses, thus improving their economic situation. Training sessions are conducted by V Care volunteers, called as ‘Resource People’.

Education based programs are conducted for children diagnosed with cancer at Sant Gadge Maharaj Dharamshala (Dadar). V Care also offers counselling to patients for palliative care. The organization reaches out to colleges, schools, and corporate houses regularly to create awareness on cancer and its early detection.