The old age home is well equipped with a comprehensive medical facility. Periodic health check-ups, regular physiotherapy treatment, and daily administering of medicines are ensured for the elderly residents. Critical patients like cancer, patients with special eye care needs, tuberculosis; or any major operations will be referred to a nearby government hospital. Usage of diapers is ensured as the elderly at our old age home suffer from multiple physical health issues like paralysis, arthritis, mobility conditions, etc. which is why diapers are an integral need of the elderly beneficiaries. Diapers are changed daily at least four times a day. Health supplements are also provided to the elderly beneficiaries for improving their immunity. Show your support by funding the medicine and health supplements.
1. Are there any Tax Benefits on your donations?
As per the revised tax exemption act, effective April 1, 2017, donations to SHEOWS will be eligible for 50% tax exemption under Section 80G of Income Tax Act.
2. Why should I donate to SHEOWS?
SHEOWS is a delivery-oriented organisation that uses all its funds towards saving and serving the elderly. We work tirelessly to rescue, rehabilitate and provide a well-equipped residence for the elderly. Your contributions pooled with the other donations we receive help us in providing care and support to the elderly population who were abandoned in the streets of Delhi NCR. Your generous support will help in improving the life of these elderlies.
3. Who are benefited from my donation?
All the elderly rescued from the streets of Delhi NCR who are currently residing in our Ashrams are benefited from your donation. Your generosity will help us in providing emergency aid, to providing nutritional meal and medical services.
4. Can I make any In-Kind Donations?
Yes, SHEOWS not only takes monetary donations but also accepts contributions in kind. Medical Care is an essential aspect of Geriatric Care funds can be directed to support us in these aspects.
SHEOWS (Saint Hardyal Educational and Orphans Welfare Society) is a “home away from home” for the abandoned elderly of our country.