Please write a cheque to Save The Children India and have it couriered to:
Save The Children India
SF9, G Block, Next to American School of Bombay
Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC), Bandra (East), Mumbai- 400098
All donations by Indian taxpayers are eligible for 50% tax exemption as per Section 80G of the Income Tax laws.
Save The Children India is on an ambitious mission to prevent exploitation and all other forms of discrimination towards vulnerable women and children, empowering them to lead a life of dignity, self-respect, and independence. We strive to design and execute high quality programs for our communities, and we need your support to enhance and scale our approach.
GROCERY & HYGIENE KITS
have been distributed among vulnerable families in Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Pune and Delhi
DIRECT BANK TRANSFERS
have been made to survivors of trafficking and families of children with disabilities
for Hearing Aids have been given to children with hearing impairments so they can continue to use speech and language
have been distributed in two of Delhi’s red zones
work every day in packaging, distribution and the many task that relief work requires
Other Ways to Donate
Sponsor a Project
Save The Children India works extensively across Education, Health, Women Empowerment and Livelihood Development. You can choose to donate to a specific program of your choice. Your contributions will go a long way in ensuring our teams are trained and have the necessary resources to serve our children and women in the best possible way.
Our projects are constantly in need of items such as clothes, books, shoes, ladies toiletries, stationery and craft materials, stitching equipment, toys, bicycles, sports equipment, old computers, etc.
Support a Campaign
STCI has partnered with companies like Jet Airways, Big Bazaar, Yatra. You can support us by contributing to their campaigns! Additionally, our annual fundraiser Araaish is an exclusive shopping event held in several cities across India. When you attend and buy products at Araaish, part of the proceeds go to Save The Children India.