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Community Aid & Sponsorship Programme (CASP)

Education for poor
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Secure the future of a poor student
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Last audited December 2018
Provided Quality Education To 7733 Underprivileged Children
The biggest disease is not leprosy, but rather the feeling of being unwanted. Especially, when children are the victims of something that is not their fault. Maharashtra in the late 1970s was affected with Leprosy. The kids of these affected were shunned. A couple approached Social Scientist, Dr. Gokhale expressing their distress about the discrimination of their kids. Being a social scientist, Dr. Gokhale understood the importance of family. He considered their request and began to identify donors who are ready to sponsor the education of these children. This led to the establishment of Community Aid and Sponsorship Program (CASP) in 1976. CASP slowly shaped into a national voluntary organization by supporting underprivileged children and communities. It provides sponsorship & aid for education, health, and nutrition. Mr. Pramod Kale the president of CASP has been working in the field of Community Education and Development for a very long time. His work has been recognized with Padmashree in 1984 and Aryabhatta Award in 2006 of the Astronautical Society of India. With a mission to diversify and strengthen its organizational competency, CASP leads in developing and implementing strategies and programs. These programs enhance the capacities of children, families, and communities through empowerment, participation, and advocacy.
Leadership Anil Paranjape
Cost incurred to provide books, stationary and uniforms,Transport expenses incurred to commute to the institution,Expenses incurred in the education of children ,Activities which help children develop life skills
The Community Aid & Sponsorship Programme (CASP) believes that no child should be left out of the opportunity of getting a basic education due to economic reasons. The program identifies children who are in need of support to continue their education and sponsors their education with the help of generous donors. The CASP support model of Sponsorship is an aid given to the underprivileged children so that they don't discontinue their education. The aid is given as fees paid to the school while the child continues to stay with his or her family through the aid tenure. Donation to this program supports the salaries of social workers, staff salary, felicitation, cultural activities, excursions and child-centered community development activities.By supporting this program, you help a child secure education and work towards a brighter future.

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