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We understand that you may have questions about the Have A Heart Foundation and our mission. Here are some frequently asked questions along with brief answers to provide you with the information you need:
How can I donate to HAHF?
Have A Heart Foundation accepts donations through bank transfers only. To make a donation, please contact us at
+91 805 002 7025 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. All INR donations are eligible for income tax exemption under section 80G.
Are the surgeries entirely sponsored by the Foundation?
The Foundation supports heart surgeries at associated hospitals, but the cost-sharing model varies. HAHF leverages resources from various sources, including the government, hospital subsidies, patient family contributions, other Civil Society Organizations, crowdfunding, and Foundation funds to cover the costs. In some cases, the Foundation may support the entire cost of surgery.
What are HAHF's statutory documents?
Have A Heart Foundation is a registered Trust managed by a group of four Trustees. The Foundation is authorized to receive INR donations eligible for tax exemption under section 80G, Foreign Contribution under FCRA Act, and CSR contributions.
Where is HAHF located, and where does it operate?
HAHF is based in Bengaluru, with its office in Cox Town, Bengaluru. Surgeries are supported in Bengaluru, Chennai, Jaipur, and Kolkata on a regular basis. However, the patients HAHF supports come from across India and neighboring countries such as Bangladesh, Nepal, and Pakistan.
What sectors does HAHF cover?
HAHF primarily focuses on Health and Education.
How many heart surgeries has HAHF supported to date?
To date, HAHF has supported close to 15,500 heart surgeries. In recent times, the Foundation has also been emphasizing the prevention of infant blindness caused by Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP).
Where can I find more information about HAHF's work on ROP prevention?
You can refer to the following link for detailed information on HAHF's efforts to prevent infant blindness
caused by ROP: Read more
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