Monthly Expenses

Please find the list of our NGO's monthly expenses:-

S.No. Monthly Expenses Per Month
1. Electricity bill Rs. 75,000/-
2. Monthly salary for 8 attendants (to look after bed ridden senior citizens and mentally disable people) @Rs. 18,000/- x 8 Rs. 1,44,000/-
3. Pension to the few active senior citizens @ Rs. 2000/-x 35 persons. Rs. 70,000/-
4. Monthly Salary for 6 helpers to cook food @ Rs. 18,000/- x 6 Rs. 1,08,000/-
5. Salary for 4 employees in accounts section@ Rs. 20,000/- x 4 Rs. 80,000/-
6. Security Guards - Watch men Rs. 20,000/- X 4 Rs. 80,000/-
7. Purchase of adult diapers, dettol, Soap, Washing powder, Toothpaste, Finit, sanitary napkins, phenyl and room spray for less privileged people living in NGO. Rs. 1,50,000/-
8. Fresh milk 50 liters every day Rs. 63,000/-
9. Salary of Doctors @ Rs. 30,000/- x 2 Rs. 60,000/-
10. Salary of Nurses @ Rs. 25,000/- x 6 Rs. 1,50,000/-
11. Salary for manager - administration Rs. 30,000/-
12. Postage and courier Rs. 70,000/-
13. Cooking Gas cylinders (2 cylinders every day @ Rs. 2400/- x 30) Rs. 72,000/-
14. Medicines for mentally disable people and for senior citizens. Rs. 2,25,000/-
15 Raw food material to feed 500 poor people every day (500 breakfast, 500 lunch and 500 dinners and snacks) Rs. 27,10,000/-
16. Medical/Hospital bills for the treatment of patients Rs. 2,50,000/-
17. Salary for drivers to drive ambulance and other NGO's vehicles @ Rs. 20,000/- x 9 Rs. 1,80,000/-
18. Diesel for 16 vehicles to run around every day to transport patients to different hospitals and NGO's official work Rs.30,000/- each vehicles per month) x 16 Rs. 4,80,000/-
19. Repairs of vehicles in routine (three Ambulances, three jeeps, two bus, four scooters, two trucks, four mini tempos and two tractors ) Rs. 80,000/-
20. Two supervisors (one for day and one for night shift) @ Rs. 25,000/-x 2 Rs. 50,000/-
21. Mobile phone bills for staff to communicate with well wishers, visitors, donors, day to day purchase, administration, fund-raisings and execution. Rs. 60,000/-
22. Promotion of Do Not Honk campaign in India. Rs. 50,000/-
23. Salary of Physiotherapists @ Rs. 30,000/- x 2 Rs. 60,000/-
24. Salary for 16 fund raising staff @ Rs. 25,000/- x 16 Rs. 4,00,000/-
25. Salary for computer operators @ Rs. 25,000/- x 4 Rs. 1,00,000/-
26. Insurance for three ambulance, two trucks, two bus, three jeeps, four scooters, four mini tempos and two tractors. Rs. 63,000/-
27. Expenses to host awareness campaigns such as Earth Day, No Honking Day, Environment Day, World Senior Citizens Day, animals Welfare Day, Diwali, Holi, Christmas, Navratras, Baishakhi, Lohri, Eid etc. Rs. 50,000/-
28. Printing, Publicity, advertisement, refreshments, sagans. Rs. 1,00,000/-
29. Food for cows in Gaushala Rs. 40,000/-
30. Salary of Barbers Rs. 45,000/-
31. Salaries of purchase department @ Rs. 20,000/- x 4 Rs. 80,000/-
32. Salary of counseling team @ Rs. 20,000/- x 4 Rs. 80,000/-
33. Legal matters Rs. 80,000/-
34. Charges for chartered accountant Rs. 40,000/-
35. Monthly salary for plumbers, electricians, mechanics, helpers, attendants, sweepers, store keeper and peons @ 15000/- x20. Rs. 3,00,000/-
36. News Paper bills. Rs. 8500/-
37. Transport to flush waste water from septic tanks to outside gurukul. Rs. 20,000/-
38. Expenses for re-uniting abandoned people with their families (all Indian level) Rs. 2,60,000/-
39. Taking senior citizens for Tirath yatras to Haridwar, Satsangs, Bhajan Sandhyas, Vrindavan, Chhattarpur mandir etc. Rs. 2,10,000/-
40. Internet bill for office Rs. 20,000/-
41. Backup office expenses such as repairs, toners, stationery, printers, maintenance etc. for 35 computers. Rs. 75,000/-
42. Diesel for generator (electricity backup Rs. 2500/- per day X 30) Rs. 75,000/-
43. Rescuing abandoned people from roads. Rs. 1,10,000/-
44. Miscellaneous Rs. 5,30,000/-
Grand Total = Rs. 7,983500/-

On top of this there are many other unexpected expenses such as commissions, token of thanks, obligations, entertainment which keep bothering us. Additionally the poor people of the village and other areas keep coming to us with their problems and they expect us to help them financially and morally. It is impossible for us to ignore them.