Save the Children is a registered NGO under the name Bal Raksha Bharat (registered under the Societies Registration Act) and all donations made to it are tax-exempted under section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961.

“We have a base of more than 1.4 lakh donors. We’re a transparent organisation and our audited financials are always present on our website. 82% of funds received in 2016-17 were put into executing programme work and the rest were used for administrative work and fund raising”.

Save the Children runs programmes in conjunction with some of the leading corporates including Reckitt Benckiser, Nokia, GlaxoSmithKline, Mondelez, IKEA, Awaya, Aviva, P&G, HSBC and many more. Save the Children’s work in India is also supported by some international institutions including UNICEF, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, The World Bank and others.

In 2017, 22.51 lakh children in need were given support either for health & nutrition or education or were protected from various kinds of harms including labour, child marriage, abuse, poverty and street situation or provided relief during emergencies. Since 2008, Save the Children has reached over 10 million (1 crore) children.