Quotes From Various Organization:
Korak, the special school for the mentally challenged and hearing impaired children, has been working for the last 21 years at Nager Bazar, Dum Dum in the North 24 Parganas of West Bengal. Most of our students belong to low income group. We provide them with educational support.
We are getting some financial support from the Government of India. But it is not sufficient for us. A few years back SAVE INDIA has come to give monetary support to our organization.
Last year (2013-2014), we received Rs. 1,00,000/- from SAVE INDIA. We have utilized the money for the purpose of activities such as Transport Allowances for the poor students, rent for the School Building, annual sports for the students and conducting Workshops for the students.
A total of 59 students at our school are benefited from the monetary help from SAVE INDIA. We are very grateful to SAVE INDIA.
CHINMOY DUTTA (Secretary, Korak )
It was of tremendous help to RCFC in getting requisite fund from SAVE INDIA to carry on 10 surgeries to Orthopaedically Disadvantaged Children of the poorer community. The Centre will also extend similar help to many hapless children to bring them into the mainstream of life with the funds so kindly donated by SAVE INDIA. The dream dreamt by us to carry on with the mission of service to Orthopaedically Disabled Children will be fulfilled for a better tomorrow
Rehabilitation Centre for Children (Kolkata)
We acknowledge with thanks to SAVE INDIA, for the financial support provided (rs one lakh per year from 2000 onwards) which helped us to provide vocational training in different categories (like Sevika, pathology, aya, housekeeping, beautician) to about 150 girls in distress, during the said period. They are now employed in various nursing homes, hospitals, hotels and beauty parlours.
We are glad to mention that these girls are earning on average about rs3000 to 3500 per month.
We once again offer thanks to SAVE INDIA for their financial contribution to our distressed girls and hope you will continue to help us in future so that in turn we can provide suitable training to the distress girls of our society.
Supti Bhattacharya (General secretary, Association For Social Health in India)