A lack of resources coupled with the high cost of treatment of these specific diseases means that orphanages and concerned families are often unable to provide their children with the critical medical intervention that they need. To fill this gap, Genesis Foundation supports critically ill under-privileged and orphan children in the areas of cancer, cardiac disorder, post organ transplant, thalassemia and extreme deformities. We are registered under section 80-G of the Income Tax Act of 1961, which entitles 50% tax exemption.
100% of donations received go towards the treatment of critically ill children as all overhead costs are borne by the trustees.
The beginning of every New Year’s cheer begins with a Kids’ Day Out hosted by Genesis Foundation. In 2014, under-privileged children from different NGOs enjoyed a day of fun to mark the beginning of the festive season. The Kids’ Day Out picnic, organised on Saturday, December 6th 2014 at Leisure Valley, Gurgaon had children participate in a range of activities, including a painting competition, a magic show, tattoo-making and braiding; and in the balmy winter afternoon, they all sang and danced along with singers and musicians. Here’s a glimpse of the day that promises to make you smile all the way!
8 CEOs compete to save little lives
The 2nd edition of CEO’s Got Talent held on 15th November, 2015 at Taj Palace, New Delhi saw CEOs pit their talents against each other for the treatment of critically ill under-privileged children. Produced by FremantleMedia, ‘CEOs Got Talent’ is an initiative for the benefit of Genesis Foundation. The performances were judged by three illustrious personalities from the entertainment and business industry, Raj Nayak – CEO COLORS; critically acclaimed director, Mahesh Bhatt and well known actor, Neha Dhupia. The varied performances of the CEOs and the talents that they showcased took everyone by surprise and were thoroughly enjoyed by the audience and the judges. Enjoy a glimpse of the event in this video.