Your Impact.

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Another hurdle that we face as we begin to address blindness, apart from the medical care facilities, is the cost of service. Aside from proximity to eye-facilities, the sheer inability to afford treatment is a major factor affecting rural India. 

Shri Ganapati Netralaya is a unit of the Mahyco Research Foundation Trust, and therefore Dekhon is a project of MRFT as much as it is a project of Shri Ganapati Netralaya itself. When donating online, you'll be donating to an MRFT bank account.

Donations of any kind can go a long way, aiding in anything from structural development to individual eye treatment. Below are a series of donation packages, which show just how far your contribution can go towards changing a life.


  Rs. 50
  One free consultation for a non-paying patient.
  Rs. 250
 Covers 1 check-up, and pays for any needed medication, for a non-paying patient.
  Rs. 1,000
 Subsidizes spectacles for 5 non-paying patients.
 Rs. 2,500
 Sponsors 1 cataract surgery for a non-paying patient, including transport, overnight stay, and post-operative drugs, in yours or a loved one's name.
 Rs. 5,000
 Sets up an eye-camp in a rural area, providing free screening for villages of up to 100 and spreading eye-care awareness.
  Rs. 10,000
 Facilitates an entire day of outpatient services including check-ups and medications.
  Rs. 25,000
 Sponsors 2 cataract surgeries a year for 5 years on any date of your choice, in your name or in the name of a loved one.
 Rs. 50,000
 Purchases one cataract surgery instrument set, which can be used to treat hundreds of surgery patients!
  Rs. 5,00,000
 Aids in the setup of a patient checkup area, or examination room.

Of course, any amount is welcome! If you don't seek to donate, please spread the word about our project to your family, friends, co-workers or colleagues; verbal support is just as precious as monetary support, and we appreciate your help!

Donate via Online transaction (under development), or via Check.

** Please note that donation to Dekhon is exempted under section 80-G of the Income Tax Act, 1961 vide exemption order No. DIT (E)/MN/80-G/1566/2007/2008-09 dated 30.04.2008