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Donate to JSK.

 

100% Tax Exemption is available under section 80G(2)(a)(vii) of the INCOME TAX ACT, 1961 for donations to JSK.

 

Sample of Receipt- Cheque

Your Donations will be used to implement 6 innovative strategies and widen their outreach. (Click here to see the strategies evolved by JSK).

 

Contributions can also be made to the Kosh through cheque/draft in the name of JSK - DONATION. Payment towards

Contribution should be made either through Multicity Cheque drawn on Core Banking Solution (CBS) branch or through

crossed bank draft in favour of 'JSK - Donation' payable at New Delhi. (JSK reserves the right to return the Contribution

as decided by the Competent Authority).

 

Become a member of JSK.

Membership fee should be made either through Multicity Cheque drawn on Core Banking Solution (CBS) branch or

through crossed bank draft in favour of 'JSK - Membership' payable at New Delhi. (JSK reserves the right to refuse

membership. The Governing Body can withdraw membership without assigning any reasons).

 

To view existing members select membership type from the list and click "GO".
 
Registration under Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act 1976.

Registration number : 231660811

                               Nature : Social

State Bank of India, Saving Bank Account No. 30182028718 has been opened exclusively for receiving foreign contribution.

 

WHY GET INVOLVED ?

 

More than 50% of India's population is in the reproductive age group. JSK’s strategies focus on adolescents and young

people and seek to reward those that break away from stereotypes and adopt responsible parenthood practices.

 

Your contribution will enable JSK to implement 6 innovative strategies and widen their outreach.

 

  • The risk of a women dying from a complication related to pregnancy or childbirth.

                       Developed Countries - 1 in 2800.

                       India                        - 1 in 100.

 

  • Although fertility is declining in the 15 to 19 age group, in many states, nearly 20%  of the  rural girls  within this age group are already mothers or pregnant with their first child.

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  • A child's nutritional status begins with a woman's nutritional status during adolescence and pregnancy. Societal pressure for early childbearing affects both the mother and the child and can lead to the birth of underweight children with poor chances of survival and growth.

  • JSK's strategies address the need to change mindsets. JSK also offers specific services for reproductive and child health.

 
 
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