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Gift a School Kit to an Underprivileged Child and Unlock a Bright Year

Providing every child with their own school kit can boost their self-esteem, create a positive learning environment, and help them focus on their studies without distractions.
A school kit will include

  • A bag
  • Notebooks
  • Pens
  • Erasers
  • Crayons
  • Geometry box
  • Color pencils
  • A lunch box
  • Water bottle

Each kit would cost INR 1000

  • INR 10000/- Supports education for one girl child for one year
  • INR 5000/- Supports education for one girl child for six months
  • INR 2500/- Supports education for one girl child for three months
  • INR 850/- Supports education for one girl child for one month

This contribution cover tuition fee and counselling support for children

Project Pants are awareness sessions for children, parents, teachers and community members to Recognize, React and Report CSA

  • INR 4000/- per session to one class with 40 students
  • INR 40000/- per school one school with 10 classes
  • INR 5000/- per session to teachers in one school
  • INR 50000/-  for 10 sessions to teachers from 10 schools

This contribution will cover training materials, facilitation cost, transportation, snacks and water during the sessions.

When cold winter night grips the city, Sankalp organises blanket donation drive and provide warm blankets to underprivileged people living in the open on the streets of Hyderabad. Your donation will enable homeless to have warm sleep and happy morning. Donate now:

INR 150/- Only for each blanket
Please sponsor for multiple blanks & share the screenshot to provide you the 80G certificate.

You can donate through UPI apps using QR code or click to donate online.

Donations to Sankalp are exempt from 50% tax under section 80G of the Income Tax Act.


Humanitarian response to COVID-19 affected families

  1. Donate INR 1000 for one grocery kit
  2. Donate INR 2000 for one senior citizen kit
  3. Donate INR 500 for one happy bleeding kit

This support will provide essentials to families affected by COVID-19