Srysk is an independent member of the CARE International Confederation, which consists of almost fifty countries.

Our efforts are concentrated in four key areas: health, education, livelihoods, and disaster preparedness and response. Our areas of focus include gender transformative change, resilience building, and inclusive governance.

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What is the footprint of Srysk?
We work in 31 states in India. These states are: Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi/NCR, Gujarat, Haryana, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Punjab, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh. We don’t have any endeavours outside of India; we solely work on projects there.

Our fundraising events generate cash that are designated for the following.
enabling marginalised and impoverished women and girls to overcome extreme poverty and social exclusion
financing our comprehensive activities in 14 states, including educating girls who are not in school, lowering infant mortality and enhancing maternal health, helping project participants establish sustainable livelihoods, and lowering malnutrition among disadvantaged families establishing a more gender-equal society, strengthening community resilience to combat poverty, exclusion, and natural catastrophes, and providing marketplaces for female entrepreneurs bolstering the institutions that deliver healthcare and education to ensure that the gains continue a long way Increasing the ability of educators, anganwadi workers, and other staff members to provide project participants with timely, high-quality services

We are grateful for our donors’ support. Thus, it is crucial to address their privacy concerns about the security of their personal data. There is no disclosure to or sharing of donor data with outside organisations.
What kind of tax break may I expect from my donation? Will Srysk give me the necessary receipt so I can file my taxes?
Section 80 G allows for a 50% tax exemption on all gifts made to Srysk. All of our supporters, regardless of contribution amount, receive tax receipts by email and postal mail. To learn more about this subject

80–100 local partners collaborate with Srysk annually. SRYSK has built connections with numerous local NGOs in India over the past 65 years, based on trust, effectiveness, and openness. Prior to being approved to collaborate with us, non-governmental organisations must undergo a stringent due diligence procedure.

Because of practical concerns, we are unable to accept in-kind donations. I would like information on who my donation was intended for.
We apologise for not giving our contributors access to the recipients’ private information. Depending on the demands and urgency of each programme, the funds raised through our fundraising efforts are combined and distributed among them. There is no specific recipient for whom your donation is intended.

Yes, donations made in currencies other than Indian rupees are accepted by Srysk. The Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act (FCRA), 2009, has us registered. To make a single donation, you must be a non-resident Indian (NRI), email us a copy of your passport, and donate from a foreign bank account.

Indeed. Srysk can accept donations from foreign contributors because it is registered under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act (FCRA), 2009.

Indeed, we do. We put them through extensive training so they are completely informed about CARE and its activities and are able to provide crucial information when needed.

For the past years, Srysk has worked to empower underprivileged women and children in India. Our track record of working with women and children on the ground speaks for itself. Over million people’s lives were positively impacted by us directly last year, while an additional 85 million people were impacted indirectly. The federal and state governments have acknowledged our initiatives; our projects have been adopted and scaled up by various levels of governments. Srysk has also won prestigious awards for its work.