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Children with Thalassemia

We give life a chance

A lack of resources coupled with the high cost of treatment of these specific diseases means that orphanages and concerned families are often unable to provide their children with the critical medical intervention that they need. To fill this gap, Genesis Foundation supports critically ill underprivileged and orphan children in the areas of cancer, heart and thalassemia. So far, Genesis Foundation has supported medical treatment of over 900 critically ill children. The children supported by the Foundation belong to families with an income of less than Rs.10,000 per month and the parents are unable to afford treatment of these children suffering from serious life threatening ailments.

Give Life A Chance with Genesis Foundation

There can’t be an experience more heart-warming than gifting a life to little kids. At Genesis Foundation, the complex medical situations we work with are expensive to treat and the kids that come under our care belong to families who have no means to afford the treatment of their children. Every contribution that you make can be a life-saving move. Join us in our campaign through Ketto to give little kids a chance at life.

Visit http://genesisfoundation.ketto.org/

Our trustees see to it that all donations are personally administered – this means a 100 % of your donation goes directly only to a child in need!

Genesis Foundation is registered under section 80-G of the Income Tax Act of 1961, which entitles 50% tax exemption. Each and every donation is completely dedicated towards the treatment of these beautiful children.

We take care of all other overheads. Genesis Foundation also has an FCRA account through which it can receive donations from anywhere in the world. Children are the face of God and with your help, we ensure that these faces are always smiling!

Genesis Foundation is a not-for-profit trust established by Prema and Jyoti Sagar

We provide financial assistance for critical life-saving or life-changing medical interventions for children from orphanages and underprivileged families (i.e. family income is less than Rs. 10,000 per month). The age group of children we support is from birth to 18 years. Our focus areas are cancer, heart and thalassemia. So far, Genesis Foundation has supported medical treatment of over 900 critically ill children but there are more than 150 kids waiting to be treated. To know more about our criteria for selection and networks, visit our programme pages HOPE and CARE.

A lack of resources coupled with the high cost of treatment of these specific diseases means that orphanages and concerned families are often unable to provide their children with the critical medical intervention that they need. To fill this gap, Genesis Foundation has built a dynamic community of donors, health care organisations, medical professionals, caregivers, friends and supporters who are committed to children’s health. With the help of this community, we raise resources and access networks to meet the needs of the children under our care.

In order to raise resources to facilitate medical assistance to GF Kids, the foundation has created unusual and unique participative fundraising events centred around music, art and food. Some of these events are Kasauli Rhythm & Blues Festival, CEOs Cook for GF Kids, Music for Life, among others. 2015 saw an addition of two more fund raising events called the Goa Rhythm & Blues Festival and 40 CEOs Sing for GF Kids. GF is also the beneficiary of CEO’s Got Talent, produced by FremantleMedia.

By building an eco-system of community support, we are steadily working towards our mission – to give life a chance.

To contribute for the treatment of kids who need help, contact Ms Dolly Malvai at dolly.malvai@genesis-foundation.net

Genesis Foundation is now a CSR partner of WPP India CSR Foundation. Sir Martin Sorrell announced the partnership on October 7, 2015.

100% of funds raised are dedicated towards treatment of critically ill children as all overhead costs are borne by the trustees. GF is registered under section 80-G of the Income Tax Act of 1961, which entitles 50% tax exemption.