You can make a difference in the lives of adolescent girls and youth from vulnerable sections of society. Your donation will support their quality education, vocational skills, health, education and equip them with life skills to become more productive, healthy and happy and lead their communities for change.
A direct transfer can be made to the following bank account:
Vacha Charitable Trust
Axis Bank Ltd - Santacruz West - Mumbai 400054
Account No: 919010016871382
IFSC Code: UTI B0000778
Every Indian Donation has a tax benefit under 80G.
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We have acquired CSR Registration Certificate for obtaining CSR Funds mandated by the Company Law. Become the force behind changing the lives of young people and adolescent girls by supporting them in many different ways:
Support our projects with adolescent girls and boys as part of your CSR.
Arrange for a talk or orientation for promoting employee giving.
Conduct a gender equality workshop for your employees facilitated by Vacha experts.
How to donate
It would be helpful if you could spare some time on Saturday or Sunday to train our adolescent girls and boys in basic life skills, Art and Crafts, Theater, photography, storytelling or anything exciting.
We also would like to have volunteers who are trained and interested in helping us design creative advocacy material for the rights of marginalised girls and youth. Whether you are a full-time or part-time employee, a homemaker, a student or a retired person we need your time and skills.
Would you like to:
Passionately advocate for Child Rights, Girls’ Rights and Human Rights?
Disseminate advocacy material prepared by Vacha in your networks?
Share our blog posts, our Facebook posts and YouTube videos?
Arrange for a gathering of your friends, family and acquaintances to screen one of Vacha’s videos in support of girls’ rights?
You can make a big difference by taking a stand against derogatory posts against women or girls on any social or print or AV media.
Do not forward such posts or make it a point to object to regressive statements and jokes. Gently tell the sender why you found their post objectionable.