NEW DELHI: Miracle Foundation India, a non-profit organization based in India and the US, in association with Asia’s most visited online crowd funding platform Ketto, has launched a year end campaign, ‘You Save Tax. They Get a Miracle’, to raise funds to brighten up the lives of children without parental supervision living in children homes. Additionally, donors can avail the benefits offered by their 80G tax exempt status while filing for tax returns.
Their ultimate aim is to provide a loving family & personalised care to every child and so, a small contribution by you can help orphans in getting education, healthcare, nutrition and a loving environment while they transition into family care.
Anyone can help raise funds for the children by simply going tohttps://www.ketto.org/fundraiser/savetaxmakemiracles
Caroline Boudreaux, Founder of Miracle Foundation, said, “Miracle Foundation stands for children. You can join us, change the life of a child in need, and save on your taxes — all at the same time. There are 8 million children living in institutions around the world. Ask any child and they will tell you that their biggest dream is to be part of a loving family. It’s where they thrive. Even the greatest challenges can be solved when well-meaning people work together. Join us today to make miracles.”
Kunal Kapoor, Co-founder of Ketto India said, “We have shared a long association with Miracle Foundation. The year-end campaign is a great way of giving something back to the society and helping the orphans. We at Ketto believe in Miracle Foundation and are happy to promote this campaign. We are hoping to do our best in helping Miracle Foundation India to raise the targeted funds for this campaign.”
Founded on Mother’s Day in 2000 by Caroline Boudreaux, Miracle Foundation empowers orphans to reach their full potential. Today, the NGO works with the Government and Child Care Institutions from the hinterlands of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Telangana, Kerala, and Madhya Pradesh to the far-flung areas of Tripura in an effort to give children something that they deserve the most, a family.