Seeking Support from individuals, Families, Households, salaried Persons, Businessmen etc...through 10 Ka Dum.

10 Ka Dum

The scheme involves clear commitment from individuals, families and groups or institutions and companies towards donating Rs 10/- per day consecutively for 365 days for a social cause. This Rs 10/ will bring cheer and relief in different ways to thousands of children whose lives have been blighted by circumstances beyond their control.

The Power of Ten

  • It can help educate a child who would otherwise be loitering on streets, begging or involved in child labour.
  • It can release a child from the clutches of poverty
  • It can restore parental care to a child oblivious of it due to economic or other reasons
  • It can cushion a child who has lost childhood
  • It can strengthen efforts to protect the rights of underprivileged children
  • It can protect a child vulnerable to abuse and exploitation
  • It can enable a poor child to access quality medical care
  • It can prevent misguided kids from getting into the clutches of anti-social elements
  • It can nurture the country's human resource at its crucial phase

How it Works


Individuals and Families

  • Every household/ shop owner/ business establishment/ salaried person/ professionals can contribute INR 10 per day for 365 days
  • Contributions can be made on monthly basis of a large amount in multiples of INR 10
  • Donations can be done through ECS Facility / UPI
  • Contributions can be made on an annual basis, preferably through an account payee cheque drawn in favor of HCHW-AP or transferred to the Bank account of HCHW or through UPI


Tax Exemption

  • Donors can avail benefits of Tax Exemption u/s 80G of Income Tax Act, 1961
  • Individuals will be provided with a certificate so as to enable them to claim IT benefits

The Transformative Power of 10

HCHW, which has touched the lives of over 1,27,772 children since 1990, proposes to launch innovative child-oriented projects. With an impeccable track record of changing the lives of scores of children, HCHW is running a full-fledged school offering free of cost education to poor and neglected children and has plans to expand its facilities to accommodate more children. Dus Ka Dum is its bold step in that direction.