Sunday, 4 September 2016

Preventive Healthcare : Social Responsibility (CSR) Goals

Focusing your CSR funds on Preventive Healthcare

CSR has been defined by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (2000) as: “The continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic Social development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as the local community and society at large”

Preventive healthcare is an important dimension of health that needs significant attention and investment from all sections of the society. It is a national health priority and a notified area under Schedule VII of the CSR Section 135 of the Companies Act.

Preventive healthcare directly improves health, well-being and productivity of community/population, families and individuals, and promotes equity by benefiting most the disadvantaged and marginalised groups. It covers range of public health activities focused on prevention of diseases, promotion of good health and strengthening of health systems. 

Fund to be deployed in areas identified for CSR in Schedule VII of the Companies Act and aligned with provisions of Section 135 of the Act

  1. Activities implemented by not-for-profit  Trust (TCF) with track record of 9+ years in priority areas of health.
  2. Contributions to TCF  eligible for inclusion under CSR spend as per the Companies Act  AND eligible for 50% deduction under section 80G of the Income Tax Act
  3. Registered with the Ministry of Home Affairs under Section 11 (1) of the Foreign Contributions (Regulation) Act (FCRA), 2010. It is also registered with the National Health Mission and NITI Aayog.

TCF [ Trinity Care Foundation ] is making a call to you to partner, invest in and contribute to this critical constituent of India’s health, development and future well-being.

Highlights of the Fund 

  1. Focused on activities notified under Schedule VII of CSR section 135 of the Companies Act: Covers activities (across multiple category of promoting health, education, gender equality, and measures for reducing inequalities faced by socially & economically backward groups) and specifically those addressing (such as) ‘promoting preventive healthcare’, ‘malnutrition’,   ‘safe drinking water’, ‘sanitation’,  ‘improving delivery of public health systems’ 
  2. To directly and indirectly improve the health of fellow citizens, especially the socially and economically marginalised groups: This will be enabled through improvement of public health programs (e.g. on malnutrition, maternal and child health, health and pollution, mental health and disability), change in health policies (e.g. promoting gender equality, tobacco control, healthy lifestyles) and strengthening public health systems access and delivery (e.g. utilizing technology and skilled human resources to better delivery of and access to services especially primary health). Several of these areas are covered under national and state health programs
  3. Implemented by TCF, a not for profit Organization with more than 9 years of track record. Working as a public private initiative, TCF is supported by the government (Ministry of Health & Family Welfare) and multiple stakeholders.
  4. To support projects on scientific research and studies, implementation research, and awareness programs towards improvement of health outcomes: The CSR rules cover research and studies done in areas listed in Schedule VII of the CSR section of Companies Act

Options for contribution to the Fund

  • Contribution can be made for specific projects/programs in identified public health priority themes that can include: Women & Child Health, Nutrition, Social Determinants of Health (Water, Sanitation), Infectious Diseases, Non Communicable Diseases, Health Informatics, Health Systems & Policy, Health Communication and Mental Health & Disability. The projects can be mutually discussed

Available Tax Benefits

  1. 50% weighted deduction under Section 80G for contribution out of ‘income from business or profession’, 
  2. Registered with the Ministry of Home Affairs under Section 11 (1) of the Foreign Contributions (Regulation) Act (FCRA), 2010.

For further information or any clarification : 

Please write to [ ]
Binu Varghese, Director- Projects (C.S.R) & Strategy 
+91 9880 35 8888

Thursday, 1 September 2016

Free Cleft lip palate surgery Camp || Ballari, Karnataka

On Monday, 29th of August 2016, Trinity Care Foundation conducted a Free Facial Deformities and Cleft lip palate Camp in association with National Health Mission and Government of Karnataka at the government district hospital in Ballari, Karnataka.. This medical camp aimed at identifying patients from the region with facial deformities who required surgical procedures to rectify them.

We provide treatments for underprivileged children with treatable facial deformities such as cleft lip, cleft palate, tmj ankylosis, facial clefts, hemangioma and vascular lesions of the face. .
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Trinity Care Foundation is providing Free Surgeries for Poor { Children and Young Adults } with Facial Deformities ! We had identified 23 Children in the Ballari Camp and are in the process of treating them.

Trinity Care Foundation conducted this Health Camp for identifying Needy and Poor { Children and Young Adults } with Facial Deformities in Ballari district and Providing them Surgical Treatments Free of Cost at different hospitals in Hyderabad and Bangalore, India.

Trinity Care Foundation hopes to build on its successes by organizing such camps soon in 30 districts of Karnataka state. You should Partner with us to transform Lives of Underprivileged children !

You could also start off Corporate Social Responsibility Project for your Company in association with Trinity Care Foundation ! Do Call or Write to us to partner for your CSR Initiatives,
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Call Dr. Thomas +91 9880396666 or Mr.Binu +91 9880358888 |

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