Please click here to see the various donation programs to assist the needs of Shanti Bhavan. You can make a difference in the lives of children from backgrounds of deprivation and want.
As a residential school that houses children, teachers and support staff, Shanti Bhavan has many needs, similar to those of any home. It would greatly ease our financial burden if you would support us by making monetary and/or material donations to cover some of the needs. Those who have corporate contacts, please look into the possibility of material donations of items produced by those companies. Please click here for our " Wish List" of the capital and operating needs of Shanti Bhavan.
2. The donation program for Project Lead-Free may be in the form of funding for equipment, research or hire of personnel. Contributions of research papers, reports of investigations, records of testing, medicines and the like will be evaluated and used for the project.
3. The donation programme for Tillany Fine Arts Museum and Gallery will welcome donations of funds, works of art from home or private collections, antiques or contemporary pieces which will all be subject to approval by the museum committee. Voluntary services by trained or established artists and artisans will also be considered.
4. The donation programme for Health Care Projects could be medicines, equipment or voluntary services rendered by trained medical personnel or social workers. For a list of material needs (capital and operating), please click here on "Hospital Wish List".
5. The donation programme for Community Development may be in cash, kind (sewing machines, computers, farming tools, local language books, stationery, clothing, building materials etc.) or services of trained community service workers, volunteers and technical professionals.
6. The donation programme for women's empowerment may be in cash, kind (sewing machines, computers, farming tools, local language books, stationery, clothing, building materials etc.) or services of trained community service workers, volunteers and technical professionals. For a list of material needs (capital and operating), please click here on "WE Wish List".
7. The donation programme for the Journalism Institute may be in cash or kind (library books, collector's editions of reputed magazines or publications, award-winning books and movies, furniture etc.)
8. The donation programme for the Centres for Emerging Critical Issues may be contributions of articles, texts of study papers, speeches, and publications, which will be subject to approval by The George Foundation. Interested persons are invited to participate in dialogue and discussions that will lead to affirmative action.
Voluntary services by experienced writers, publishers, editors, broadcasters of both radio and television, directors, script writers and others will be considered.
Note: Annual overhead/administrative costs related to all projects is less than 10% of the overall operating budget.
here to see the list of donors to date
Please note that The George Foundation is a registered Charitable Trust under the Indian Trust Act. Its U.S. arm, George Foundation, Inc., is a public charity under the Internal Revenue Code Section 501 (c) (3). Hence, donations made in India or in the U.S. are tax deductible in accordance with the respective laws of the country.
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