• Australia Donations 01

    Give children the essentials they need to survive

  • Australia Donations 02

    Your generosity can ensure this smile never fades away.

  • Australia Donations 03

    When you educate a girl, you educate the whole community

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    With your help, we can provide elderly people with the essential care they need

Australia Donations

Your Donation can help:

Anything that you can give will ensure Australia donations make a difference. This is the simplest way for you to help Delhi’s slum dwellers.

Asha is working relentlessly towards bringing holistic development in the urban slums.We’ll ensure that whatever you can afford will be put to the best possible use and give even more people hope for a better future.

Every Dollar makes a difference

Protecting Health

AUD$ 32 – vaccinations against diphtheria, tetanus
and pertussis for five children

AUD$ 80 – basic health education for 1,000 people

AUD$ 135 – Vitamin A supplements to prevent night blindness for 60 children

AUD$ 210 – recovery treatment for 10 TB patients

Promoting Education

AUD$ 250 – one year of books for one child

AUD$ 395 – college preparation for 30 children

AUD$ 500 – one year of university tuition fees for one student

AUD$ 1000 – one year of university expenses for one student

How to donate

Click on the button below to donate via the Australian Friends of Asha website.

Other Donation Options

By cheque – please send this form with your cheque, payable to “Australian Friends of Asha for Slums Limited” to:

Australia India Institute, The University of Melbourne, 147-149 Barry Street, Carlton, 3053.

Direct Deposit – please make payment by direct deposit to the following account. Please include your name as the reference.

Bank: Bendigo Bank
Account Name: Australian Friends of Asha for Slums Limited
BSB No: 633 000
Account No: 147 414 122


Contact Us

Asha Community Health and Development Society
Ekta Vihar

Sector 6, RK Puram
New Delhi 110022
Phone: 0091-11-26716409


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