Sponsor a child with only INR 900 a month in an SOS Children's Village




By making a donation of as little as INR 900 per month, you can ensure that an once parentless or abandoned child’s is life is transformed forever. Your donation can provide her/him a loving home and ensure her/his holistic development. You could make an online donation to become a Child Sponsor. All you need to do is fill out the online form with your details. 

 

Your monthly donations will support children living in the family homes at an SOS Children’s Village in India.

                 

  What you get as a child sponsor?
  • Personalised annual progress report of all children after each academic/training session.
  • Two newsletters- “SOS Messenger”, a year, that explain how your donations make a difference to a child's life.
  • Tax benefits under section 80G of Indian Income Tax Act.

Above all, a relationship of love and affection with the sponsored child making you an active partner in your sponsored child’s progress and development.

SOS Children’s Villages of India has 32 Children’s Villages across India with more than 6,700 children living in a family environment. Every child gets a loving mother, caring brothers and sisters, a home which they can call their own and a community which comprises of similar houses. Every child deserves a loving home and through YOUR support we are able to provide it to every child.

With the help of kind donors like YOU, SOS Children's Villages of India has been able to provide the best possible care to thousands of children. As a result our children are well settled and integrated in society.  

All Donations to SOS India are 50% tax exempted u/s 80G of IT Act 1961.

If you wish to donate from a foreign country other than India, please write to us at avinash.bansal@soscvindia.org. We will share the account details with you in order to facilitate the money transfer.

 





To know more about how you can help, you can write into us at soscvi@soscvindia.org  or call at 011-43239200

 

 

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