If you want to make a contribution or help the C L Gupta Eye Institute in its endeavor to prevent blindness and provide vision rehabilitation, you can participate in any of the following ways:
Your contribution towards supporting the C L Gupta Eye Institute mission for the people of India could be utilized in several ways: Eye care services for non-paying patients in rural areas, training deserving Eye care professionals, researching eye disease treatment strategies, or setting up new facilities at the Institute.
You could make a one-time contribution or pledge long-term support for any other Eye care services. You can specify a person or organization in whose name you wish to sponsor these services. We will be happy to acknowledge your support by naming the program or facility after you.
Cheques or Demand Drafts can be posted to us directly either in favor of C L Gupta Charitable Foundation, payable at Moradabad. Please include your full name, address and contact information in the letter. Send your donations to Manoj Johri (Account department.), C L Gupta Eye Institute, Ram Ganga Vihar Phase -II (Extn.), Moradabad.
Donations made to C.L Gupta Charitable Foundation are 50% exempt under section 80G of the Income Tax Act.
Here are some possible areas where your contribution would be used.
Help us care for patients from disadvantaged groups
*Rs 500 Subsidizing Eye check-up for 3 non-paying outpatients
*Rs 1500 Subsidizing 1 cataract surgery for non-paying patient with interocular lens implant
One day's medicines for patients in the non-paying ward
*Rs 5000 Subsidizes surgery for 1 non-paying patient on a chosen date every year for seven years
*Rs 10,000 Subsidizes 1 day's out patients services
2 cataract surgery every year on a chosen date for 5 years.
*Rs 20,000 Subsidizes children's out patients services or 5 cataract every year on a chosen date for 5 years.
*Rs 50,000 Subsidizing 50% of all non-paying patients surgeries on a chosen date every year for 5 years
Entire examination under anesthesia and minor surgical procedures on non-paying patients in the children's Eye care center on a chosen date every year for 5 years.
*Rs 70,000 Subsidizes 1 vision technician training.
*Rs 1,00,000 Subsidizing all surgeries for non-paying patients on a chosen date every year for 5 years.
*Rs 5,00000 Subsidizes next 50 cornea transplants for non-paying patients.
*Rs 8,00,000 Subsidizing establishment of a vision center in the name of your loved ones .
*Rs 10,00,000 Subsidizing setting up of a patient care facility like an examination room, rehabilitation center in the name of your loved one.
Any amount: For community outreach program.
Nearly 2.5 million Indians suffer from corneal blindness with transplants as their only option. However, there is an acute shortage of healthy, transplantable corneal tissue all over the world.
By pledging your eyes to give the gift of sight after your death, you can ensure that somebody else will be able to see and experience the simple joys of life. Even eyes that may not be technically suited for a transplant are invaluable for research. If you have any questions on the process of eye removal or the technicalities involved, the FAQ section will help you find answers.
You can also pledge your eyes online by filling up the Uniform Donor Pledge, and mailing it to the CL Gupta Eye Bank.
Sight Savers are patients and non-patients who make a donation that helps us provide free treatment to people from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. Many of the severest forms of visual disability occur among populations who cannot afford treatment, particularly if it involves surgery and long-term medical care or rehabilitation.
Patients who are classified as Sight Savers pay a slightly higher fee that covers the cost of their treatment as well as the treatment of a non-paying patient. Non-patients who are Sight Savers usually donate toward a specific cause, such as a certain number of free cataract surgeries per year, or the rehabilitation of so many children per year. The donations from Sight Savers make it possible for us to set aside thirty percent of our services for those who cannot afford to pay.
Many departments in the Institute will be delighted to accept offers of help from interested volunteers. One area where volunteers can be of use is the rehabilitation center. They can help with recording audio textbooks for blind and visually impaired students, creating Braille versions of books (volunteers are first trained in Braille), and participating in public awareness or advocacy activities.
You may also Contact Us for any further enquiries.