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Sagar Trust : Free Oculoplastic Surgeries for the poor - Combating Reversible Blindness
Your contributions can help the visually impaired lead a life of dignity

Sagar Trust contributes meaningfully to the national initiative for combating reversible blindness. Most agencies, hospitals and camps focus on cataract related blindness. However, those that suffer from non-cataract reversible blindness/morbidity do not have recourse to free or quality treatment easily. The investigations are costly, surgeries time-consuming and eye-surgeons with specialized skills are few.

Sagar Trust will pioneer the segment related to non-cataract blindness particularly oculoplastics – which includes all diseases of the eyelids and peri-ocular area.

We have built strong experience in the field of social work over many years. The Trust is headed by an experienced surgeon who has worked at several reputed hospitals and institutions and is an alumnus of Armed Forces Medical College, Pune.

Your contributions are channeled directly to the surgeries. There are negligible administrative overheads as we have high quality infrastructure in place. A meticulous record of surgery patients and other details are available at all times with us and donors are put in touch with beneficiaries if they so wish.

Your contributions are tax exempt under section 80 G [section (1) – (v)] of the Income Tax Act (upto 50%). The cost of sponsoring a cataract surgery is Rs. 7,500, a glaucoma surgery Rs. 7,500 and oculoplastic surgery Rs. 6,500-25,000 (depending on the particular surgery).

Removing a cataract results in almost instantaneous vision and can hugely improve a person’s quality of life by helping them to become independent in their tasks. Glaucoma surgery helps to preserve the failing function of the nerve so that useful sight remains. Oculoplastic surgeries address a wide array of problems whose outcome, if left untreated, could range from morbidity to disfigurement or even death.

Do support our endeavour. Your kindness would go a long way in changing a poor person’s quality of sight and life and restore some of their dignity and peace of mind, by giving them the ability to perform simple functions themselves.

Free Eye Camp, Palam, New Delhi

Sagar Trust (Regd),

Exempted from Tax u/s 80 G, (5) (iv) of I.T. act, 1961 Vide Director of Income Tax









Your contributions may be sent by mail or by internet transfer

In case of cheques sent by mail, the cheque should be made out in the name of Sagar trust and sent at the following address in an envelope, marked as following:

For Sagar Trust. c/o Dr Anjali Mehta, B-119, Sarvodaya Enclave, New Delhi - 10017.

OR: It can be wired through internet to HDFC bank account number 00322320003327 NEFT IFSC: HDFC 0000032 in the name of Sagar Trust. This is a current account at C-5/32, SDA branch of HDFC bank, New Delhi 110016.

  • Over 10,000 patients seen
  • Successfully completed 100 camps on 08/04/2018
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