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Sponsor a child's education for 1 year( Upto X th STD)

Association for Sustainable Community Development (ASSCOD)

Association for Sustainable Community Development (ASSCOD’s) vision is to facilitate economic development in rural India living by providing access to good education and health care. ASSCOD targets groups among lower caste families who are living below the poverty line, these are mainly in the rural areas of Cheyyar and Vandavasi Blocks in Tamilnadu.

 

Tribal people known as irulas have been living in isolated places of interior villages of Kancheepuram and Thiruvannamalai Districts have no access to basic amenities such as safe drinking water, shelter, clothing and health care facilities. ASSCOD is making sincere efforts to address those issues and improve the quality of lives of tribal people.


During last year, ASSCOD provided school uniforms, note books and other educational supplies to the children from socially and economically backward families. 89 children were supported to continue their primary / higher elementary school education. All the children are studying well.

 

 Your donation of Rs 1850/- will be used for providing school uniform, books and stationary for yearly education one tribal child

 

 

Cost Break Up of ONE UNIT:

 

S No

Item

Amount in Rs

1

School uniform (2 sets)

600

2

Text books with notes                        - 300

Note books    8 nos. * Rs.25              - 200

books

500

3

School fee for the year

250

4

School bag                                        - 200

Stationary                                          - 100

Lunch box                                         -    50

Sandex foot wear                              -  100

450

4

Monitoring fee

50

Total

1850 

 

 

TOTAL INR
₨ 1,850.00
Donations You would Like to Make (In Numbers)
80G - 50% Benefit - for Indian Taxpayers

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