How to Donate
Foreign passport holders and NRIs can donate to SaveLIFE Foundation via online bank transfer using the following details:
Account name: SAVELIFE FOUNDATION
Account number: 31193490071
IFSC/RTGS code: SBIN0007755
SWIFT/BIC number: SBININBB737
Account type: FCRA A/C
Bank name, Branch address: STATE BANK OF INDIA, BHIKAJI CAMA PLACE BRANCH, NEW DELHI-110066
Please mention “GENERAL DONATION” under purpose of remittance while making the transfer
SaveLIFE Foundation is registered and compliant with the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010 of the Government of India via FCRA Permanent Registration No. 231661380
Facing any difficulties?
Mr. Saji Cherian
Mobile: +91 964 383 3895 OR +91 981 816 8116
About SaveLIFE Foundation
SaveLIFE Foundation (SLF) is an independent, non-profit non-governmental organization (NGO) committed to improving road safety and emergency medical care across India. Founded in 2008, SLF combines innovative on-ground interventions with advocacy for stronger national level policies to address the issue of road accident deaths in a comprehensive manner.
SLF is registered and compliant with all required statutes of the Government of India and have the requisite approvals to receive foreign contributions. SLF maintains the highest standards of accountability, governance and transparency.
Earlier this year, SaveLIFE Foundation was declared the best non-profit organization in India at the Indian NGO Awards 2013-14 conferred jointly by Rockefeller Foundation, EdelGive Foundation and the Resource Alliance for excellence in governance, innovation, impact and leadership.
- Successfully convinced Government of India to introduce a comprehensive National Road Safety Law. Invited by the Government to support the development of the new law, expected to save over 200,000 lives over the next 5 years.
- Secured ban on trucks from carrying protruding rods, expected to save close to 10,000 lives annually
- Supported reduction in road accident deaths in Delhi, from 2325 in year 2010 to 1810 in 2013 through rapid first-aid by SLF-trained Police responders
- Successfully trained over 7,500 Police personnel and citizen volunteers to become medical first-responders to road accident victims in Delhi, UP, and Maharashtra
- Successfully convinced Ministry of Home Affairs to mandate first-aid training for Police across India
- Successfully launched India’s first anticipatory driving training program for high-risk truck drivers
- Ensure that every district in India has a team of trained Police and citizen first-responders for injured victims – a force of at least 65,000 people
- Save 100,000 lives in the next 5 years by ensuring that India gets a Good Samaritan Law by end of 2015, which will remove legal barriers to helping injured persons
- Save at least 40,000 lives over the next 5 years by ensuring implementation of the SLF-secured Government order to ban trucks from carrying protruding rods
- Ensure implementation of the national road safety law by working closely with State governments, Police and judiciary
- Provide support to road accident victims and their families by building India’s first-ever national resource centre on hospital treatment, rehabilitation and compensation