How do we select a child for sponsorship?
We select a student based on the following:
- A child who is an orphan
- A child who has a single parent
- A child who comes from a broken family
- A child who comes from an economically backward family
Schools for India is adopting various schools in rural India to provide high quality education and enable better infrastructure.
We are supporting schools run by charitable organizations who charge very minimal fees.
Most of the students come from marginalized communities and they are not able to pay even the basic tuition fees.
This creates a very difficult situation for the school management in paying teachers’ salaries and maintaining the infrastructure and upgrading class rooms.
As having qualified teachers is the key for providing high quality education, it is imperative that the school provides decent salaries to these teachers.
As fund raising is becoming increasingly difficult and costly, Schools for India has come up with an innovative concept having private individuals sponsor a specific child in a particular school.
The sponsorship shall cover the tuition fees, support specialised faculty, and help in upgrading infrastructure and overall school maintenance.
Those who would like to sponsor a child shall
send an email to email@example.com with full name, address and mobile phone number,
Schools for India team will contact you to discuss in detail,
Once a particular child has been identified, you will receive an email with the details
You can go through the Donate link in the www.schoolsforindia.com website for transferring the payment
Once the payment is done successfully, Schools for India will send you the receipt along with the student details
You will also get access to Google drive folder in which all the information will be kept.
The following documentation is provided for each sponsorship.
- Parent/Guardian consent letter to the donor for supporting the child
- Payment receipt from the School for the money transfer from Schools for India Trust
- Payment receipt from Schools for India for the sponsorship amount
Yes, you can get on-demand information and also once a year school update as well.
Yes, all donations made to Schools for India Trust are tax exempt, under section 80G.
Sponsor a Child!