Donate for good cause - Patna

Friday, 6 May 2011
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City: Patna, Bihar
Offer type: For Free


Contact name rakesh dutta mishra
Phone 06122214425

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Appeals for funding request for Poor Girl
Created by Pawansut Servangin Vikas Kendra, Patna
When inspectors found six-year-old Laxmi working in a Patna carpet factory, in 2007, she told her rescuers she had to work to survive. Her family had migrated from their village to Patna after a Flood out their home. Her mother, who usually worked the looms, fell ill, and her father squandered his small earnings on liquor and abused his wife and children.
Laxmi was illiterate at the time of her rescue but became an eager student. With aid from PSVK, she quickly progressed in her studies, and today she is enrolled in our School at Gaya.
A Poor Boy Rajesh
I started to work in a small hotel as a dish washer which was difficult because I had to wake up to work in the middle of the night. I ran away and then my mother sent me to Gujrat with a relative to weave carpets in exchange for 2,500 rupees. which my mother spent on food. I came across more trouble in the carpet factory. I was beaten and treated badly. I wept thinking of the poor condition of my family and my younger sisters and brother. My parents cannot afford to enroll them in school.I was weaving carpets for two months when a PSVK inspector rescued me on July 11, 2006, and brought me to PSVK rehabilitation centre. I was illiterate when I came here but I am now doing well in my studies. I have many friends and the staff loves me. I want to be a social worker and I also plan to support my family and send my sisters and brother to school. I am grateful to PSVK for providing me with this opportunity.
Poor Girl Bharti
Bharti aged 7 years She Lived in Bhuiya Basti (Dalit Area) in Village Akorhi Dist. Rohtash, Bihar had never been to school. Bharti. Her mother burnt in fire. Because of that bharti was alone and said nobody can take care for her. Our Social worker or Board Member Dr. Meena Gupta met the Bharti and take full responsibility for her. Bharti has been admitted to class 3 at the Gandhi Memorial Public School run by PSVK . She regularly attends to the school. She never keeps away from school.
Roshani a Poor Girl
Eight-year-old Roshani is receiving educational support from PSVK in gaya not because she was a child weaver, but to prevent her from becoming one. After Roshani was born, her parents left their work as hired farm hands and moved to Gaya in search of opportunity. They found work in a carpet factory, but the higher wages did not keep up with the needs of their growing family.
When her parents realized they could not afford to send Roshani to school, they looked for a way to keep her from falling prey to carpet work. The PSVK certification program began sponsoring her schooling with support for her school fees, books, uniform and supplies. Roshani is now a proud student at
PSVK Public School Tekari Gaya.
Please Sponsor any one of them for primary education for one years
Your Donation will be used by PSVK Public School, Patna, Gaya, Bikram Ganj and Rohtash. We also enclosed cost breakup for one year for one students are as below:
Donation DetailsBreak up cost in (INR
Books & Stationeries975.00
School Bag145.00
School shoes & socks (2 PAIR)450.00
School Uniform (2 SET)750.00
Admission Fee195.00
Tuition Fee2450.00
Lunch, Breakfast, Diner 4550.00
Total Cost of one child in one year9515.00
Tax benefit:
80G - for Indian Taxpayers;
You will receive a feedback report in 2-4 months
Feel Free Contact:- Secretary, Pawasnut Servangin Vikas Kendra, Chandpur Bela, G.P.O, Patna-1, Ph-06122214425, mob:-8986043079, web:-
Sponsor a three month vocational training programme in Tailoring and Embroidery for a very poor woman
Priti Kumari, 18 years, resident of Purbi Indira Nagar, Patna is a pity girl of ill fate Priti Kumari, 18 years, resident of Jayprakash Nagar, Patna is a ill fate. Her father named Rajendra Prasad was a notorious drinker who often used to beat badly his wife and daughter . One day, he abandoned his wife and daughter in a desert. After being left helpless by her husband, Priti and her mother adopted the work of maid servant which remained the only source of income. As priti was completely illiterate, she was not able to get a job. she came to our office and we advised her mother to get Priti enrolled in vocational training for Tailoring and Embroidery Course under PSVK Vocational Centre. The topics covered under embroidery are the clothes printing, painting, carvings etc.
Now Priti successfully completed her course in and opened a tailoring shop. our ngo provide a machine to her she has planned to buy one of her mother in coming days. She is now very happy with mother. She is a beginner and so she manages to earn about 1500 per month on an average by net stitching work. please support priti and other similar girl.
budget are enclosed
Donation DetailsBreak-up Cost in(INR
Average admin cost - vehicle fare for volunteers to visit and monitor beneficiaries, manpower running cost100.00
Average honorarium for Instructor per person for three months500.00
Average rent for training venue apportioned per person100.00
Conveyance paid to participant250.00
Feed back cost50.00
Per trainee cost for renting sewing and embroidery machines for 3 months150.00
Raw Material - 10 mts sample cloth, threads, hooks, decorative borders and stars550.00
Registration fee Rs.50 paid by the student0.00
Stationery items - Graph copy, pencils, erasers, clothes marker, photo copy of theories, sample books250.00