Our pledge is that 90% or more of the funds raised by NICF will directly support street children in India. Your donations are greatly appreciated.

Donations of Money

Our pledge is that 90% or more of the funds raised by NICF will directly support street children in India.

GENERAL DONATIONS

Ninety cents of every dollar you donate goes directly to Vatsalya. Their annual report, which details how donated funds are spent, is available online at www.vatsalya.org. By making your contribution through NICF, your donation becomes tax deductible in the United States to the fullest extent allowed by law.Please make checks payable to NICF* and mail to:

Namaste India Children’s Fund
719 Grandview
Newton, KS 67114

We are now accepting credit card and PayPal donations.
Please click the Donate button on the left side of the page to donate.


SPECIAL APPEAL – $100 CAMPAIGN

We invite you to become a Friend of Vatsalya and commit to long-term support by donating $100 each year and encourage your friends and colleagues to do the same. If we were able to bring in 250 Friends, each committing to $100/year, over 75% of Vatsalya’s entire costs for their child focused programs would be covered. This includes Udayan – the children’s village, camps for street children, scholarships, vocational training, repatriation and much more. Each donor would be listed on Vatsalya’s website as a Friend of Vatsalya and would receive a financial statement and activity report each quarter. Each donor will know how their $100 annual donation is changing lives of hundreds of street children in India.

Attached please find a link to a postcard size promotional piece advertising the $100 Campaign. We encourage you to print off and hand out to your friends and colleagues. Click here to download PDF.

Please click the Donate button on the left side of the page to donate to our $100 campaign.


PERPETUAL ENDOWMENTS

A perpetual endowment to benefit the street children of India can be administrated by NICF. Please contact Dan@NICFund.org to discuss the procedures necessary to set up a perpetual endowment.

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