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Last Updated on May 7, 2020

Operation in state

  • Pan India
 

Thematic Areas

  • Agriculture,food and nutrition
  • Community Development
  • CSR and Sustainability
  • Disaster Management
  • Education and Employment
  • Healthcare
  • Livelihoods
  • Microfinance
  • Orphanages
  • Social Enterprise
  • Waste and Recycling
  • Water and Sanitation
  • Women and Gender
 
 

Tax Compliance Eligibility

  • 80G (for 50% tax benefits)
  • 12 A (Tax exemption for NGO income)
  • FCRA (Eligible for international funding)
 
 

Child Help Foundation

Verified Organization

Established In 2010


403/404,4th Floor,Sai Arpan Building,Shanti Vihar, , Near P.G.Vora School,Mira Road (E) , Thane , Maharashtra , 401107

About the organization

Founded in 2010, Child Help Foundation (CHF) is a child-centric national non-profit organization committed to the fulfillment of Child Rights as enshrined in the Indian constitution and UNCRC (United Nation Convention on the Rights of the Child) our Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) – Child Help Foundation India – is championing the cause of Health, with a greater focus on medical emergency support for Children, Quality Education, Access to clean water and Sanitation and Zero hunger. Its mission is to save the lives of Children, eradicating hunger, detection, and treatment of malnutrition, and responding to emergency situations caused by natural disasters.
Today, Child Help Foundation is a major player in Child Rights. Our priority is to have effective actions in the fields and testify about the vulnerable populations. Our response is multi-sectoral based on solid expertise. We actively run and manage numerous grassroots level initiatives in 17 states and by 2020; we aim to become the most credible organization in the child development sector in India. 
Child Help Foundation won multiple awards in 2017-18: The ET NOW – Rise with India award for the best NGO in the Healthcare and Girl Child Education sector and CMO ASIA NGO Excellence award for our commitment to emergency health care for disadvantaged children and education for girls. In India, we haves in nine locations: Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Kochi, Bhubaneshwar and Dimapur. 

 

Founded in 2010, Child Help Foundation (CHF) is a child-centric national non-profit organization committed to the fulfillment of Child Rights as enshrined in the Indian constitution and UNCRC (United Nation Convention on the Rights of the Child) our Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) – Child Help Foundation India – is championing the cause of Health, with a greater focus on medical emergency support for Children, Quality Education, Access to clean water and Sanitation and Zero hunger. Its mission is to save the lives of Children, eradicating hunger, detection, and treatment of malnutrition, and responding to emergency situations caused by natural disasters.Today, Child Help Foundation is a major player in Child Rights. Our priority is to have effective actions in the fields and testify about the vulnerable populations. Our response is multi-sectoral based on solid expertise. We actively run and manage numerous grassroots level initiatives in 17 states and by 2020; we aim to become the most credible organization in the child development sector in India. Child Help Foundation won multiple awards in 2017-18: The ET NOW – Rise with India award for the best NGO in the Healthcare and Girl Child Education sector and CMO ASIA NGO Excellence award for our commitment to emergency health care for disadvantaged children and education for girls. In India, we haves in nine locations: Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Kochi, Bhubaneshwar and Dimapur. 


Our Field Expertise

  • Medical Emergencies of Children and Health - SDG 3
  • Promoting Quality Education which is Inclusive - SDG 4
  • Zero Hunger – letting no Child Die of Starvation –SDG 2
  • Ensuring Access to clean water and Sanitation –SDG 6
  • Standing up for Gender Equality – SDG 5
  • Humanitarian Relief  - SDG 17 
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Special features of the organization

  • Medical Emergency Support to Children with Cancer, heart diseases, kidney failures and other non-communicable diseases in the best of hospitals with the best of the medical team treating them. 
  • Education: We ensure poor and marginalised children have access to primary and higher education, providing them with learning opportunities they might not otherwise have. 
  • Access to Clean Water and Sanitation: We have been at the forefront to facilitate the construction of toilets, separate for boys and girls and the promotion of menstrual hygiene management for adolescent girls in schools.
  • Gender Equality: We provide equal opportunities to both boys and girls  creating a balance of power  between genders 
  • Zero Hunger: When disaster strikes, children are always the most vulnerable. That’s why the Child Help Foundation has  been on the ground protecting India’s children in every major disaster 
Medical Emergency Support to Children with Cancer, heart diseases, kidney failures and other non-communicable diseases in the best of hospitals with the best of the medical team treating them. 
Education: We ensure poor and marginalised children have access to primary and higher education, providing them with learning opportunities they might not otherwise have. 
Access to Clean Water and Sanitation: We have been at the forefront to facilitate the construction of toilets, separate for boys and girls and the promotion of menstrual hygiene management for adolescent girls in schools.
Gender Equality: We provide equal opportunities to both boys and girls  creating a balance of power  between genders 
Zero Hunger: When disaster strikes, children are always the most vulnerable. That’s why the Child Help Foundation has  been on the ground protecting India’s children in every major disaster 
 

Why should a corporate partner with organization?

  1. Achievement of Common Goal- Corporate are uniquely positioned to create a platform to connect various stakeholders - NGOs, companies and the government, to work collectively towards the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals
  2. 17 Sustainable Development  -Goals are for good of humanity and environment and it has to be achieved by 2030. It is a “Shared Goals” that provides a concise overview. Implementing this unique, scalable and sustainable CSR projects focusing on shared Goals calls for a robust alliance between corporate and NGOs
  3. NGO intervention in Corporate Social Responsibility - Each entity has a critical role to play. While the corporate sector brings managerial expertise, efficiency & organizational capabilities, and financial resources, the development sector augments them with local reach, passion and know-how. Coordination and collaborative relationship will be crucial for deepening the impact of CSR efforts on the ground
1. Achievement of Common Goal - Corporate are uniquely positioned to create a platform to connect various stakeholders - NGOs, companies and the government, to work collectively towards the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals
2. 17 Sustainable Development   Goals are for good of humanity and environment and it has to be achieved by 2030. It is a “Shared Goals” that provides a concise overview. Implementing this unique, scalable and sustainable CSR projects focusing on shared Goals calls for a robust alliance between corporate and NGOs. 
3. NGO intervention in Corporate Social Responsibility   - Each entity has a critical role to play. While the corporate sector brings managerial expertise, efficiency & organizational capabilities, and financial resources, the development sector augments them with local reach, passion and know-how. Coordination and collaborative relationship will be crucial for deepening the impact of CSR efforts on the ground, 

 

Chief Functionary

Name :  
Jiji John
 
Designation :  
Executive Director
 
Email :  
jiji.john@childhelpfoundationindia.org
 
 

Contact

Name :  
Jiji John
 
Designation :  
Executive Director
 
Email 1 :  
jiji.john@childhelpfoundationindia.org
 
Phone :  
7077705050
 
 

CSR projects of organization

Menstrual Hygiene Management in Government Ashram schools - Palghar
Project Type: CSR
Palghar is one of the new districts in the state of Maharashtra in the Konkan Division. It is a dist....
 
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