Q : Who supports Centre for Education and Communication (CEC) projects?

Centre for Education and Communication (CEC) receives funds for a wide range of long-term and short-term projects geared towards promotion of labour rights. The on-going projects include: Eradicating Bonded Labour in Brick Kilns and Sustainable Livelihoods for Small Tea Growers (STGs). CEC has earlier worked on projects related to child labour, social security, garment and leather workers.

Q : CEC is primarily works in area of labour rights. Why is CEC supporting school in Jaffrabad, Delhi?

CEC opposes child labour in all its forms and across sectors. CEC aims to enrol out-of-school children and school drop-outs in the age group of 6-14 who are working in garment and allied activities in Jaffrabad.

Q : Can donors claim tax benefits?

Donors are exempted from tax under section 80G of Income Tax Act 1961.

Q : Will donors receive receipt for their donations?

Yes. Donors will also receive a certificate.

Q : What are the other methods of transparency with regard to donations?

Name of all donors will be displayed on CEC website, donors will receive periodic and annual report of CEC activities by email ( to reduce cost). Donors can coordinate with CEC to make school visit.

Q : How do donors ensure that the money will be spent for the purpose?

CEC will give report to all donors on its activities and use of donated funds. The fund utilization decision will be taken by CEC Board. CEC would like to assure its donors that donations have been and are responsibly utilized.

Q : What is the method of making payments?

Donors can pay through card, online transfer or by cheque addressed to:

Centre for Education & Communication

A/c Number:          028600101006130

Branch:                  M – 4, Greater Kailash Part – 2,

New Delhi;            110048

 IFSC Code:          CORP0000286

 MICR Code:         110017005