School Fees

6200

Food basket for families

2100

School Supplies

5000

Notebooks for Children

25000

Digital Classes

40000

Desks and Benches

15000

Water Filter or Water Tank

10000

Higher Education for a Child


School Fees

Lack of finances is the biggest reason why children are forced to drop out of school and are deprived of education. Support two children by helping them pay their school fees.

Rs.


Rs. 11200

Food basket for families

Poor health leads to lack of concentration in classes. A child needs to be healthy to pay attention in classes and study. Gift food basket to families.

Rs.


Rs. 6200

School Supplies

Using the same worn-out school bag every year is embarrassing. Gift three children with school supplies such as notebooks, pencils, water bottle and more.

Rs.


Rs. 2100

Notebooks for Children

One of the most essential items for school are notebooks. With new notebooks, children can take down notes during classes and later use it to study too. Gift notebooks to children.

Rs.


Rs. 5000

Digital Classes

Smart classes promote audio-visual learning among children. The digital tools like laptop help children attend online classes in this situation. Gift a laptop for a child.

Rs.


Rs. 25000

Desks and Benches

Sitting on the floor and stooping down to right is not a good posture for children. Desks and benches in schools will help children learn and study comfortably. Gift desk and benches.

Rs.


Rs. 40000

Water Filter or Water Tank

Access to water for drinking, sanitation and hygiene are essential for school going children. School children sometimes venture out in search of water, thereby taking longer breaks and missing classes. Gift water filter or water tank for a school or anganwadi.

Rs.


Rs. 15000

Higher Education for a Child

This is when most parents think their children have had enough education, mostly because of their economic conditions. You can help a child pursue his/her dreams. Gift higher education for a child.

Rs.


Rs. 10000

An Organisation You Can Trust

 
 

As an organisation that works towards the best interest of the poor, we ensure to make the best use of our resources. Through your continuous support, children, their families and communities witness developments that open doors to lasting change.

 

Just as our partners faithfully give towards the upliftment of the poor, we are faithful in utilising the resources they trust us with.

When you sponsor a child, you will receive

Tax benefits under sec 80G

Our magazine Jeevan Sparsh

An opportunity to write to and visit your child

Don’t let children give up on education

The vulnerable have been hit the hardest by the crisis brought on by COVID-19 pandemic. With sudden disruption of income flow, daily wagers and other labourers are helplessly gaping at a non-existent future. When people with secured jobs themselves are beginning to get apprehensive about their future, think about those who barely survived in the days preceding COVID-19. For them, the future is something their hearts do not wish to comprehend.

When a family’s income takes a hit, the first compromise parents are forced to make is their children’s education. Somewhere in all of this, a child’s future will be put in jeopardy.

Education is a child’s right and it can be never denied. This year, World Vision India’s Back to School catalogue will ensure that children remain in school and do not give up on education. By giving through Back to School, you can provide the bare necessities like school fees or the vital infrastructure for schools like desks and benches and smart classes. Your support is much needed now, more than ever.
BacktoSchool

Stories of change

Breaking patterns

Amandeep works as a nurse and supports her family. Coming from a community that does not allow women to leave their homes, Amandeep’s will power helped her break the patterns of the patriarchal society. She now has plenty of opportunities opening up for a bright future.

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Heena and Arti learn the art of combat

17-year-old Heena and her 16-year-old friend Arti were among the 250 girls from their neighbourhood who participated in the self-defense classes organised by World Vision India in partnership with the Delhi police. The girls have learned different techniques to escape physical assault and the tools to confront and report harassment.

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Rebuild lives and restore the lost joy and happiness. Support a family with a livelihood.

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