Make a donation

What your contribution can do?

Will you be the person to bring good news to a child, a family, a community?

Provide micro cellular rubber- MCR- footwear
Rs. 300 could buy a person affected with leprosy a pair of footwear

Send a child to school
Rs 2,500 per year could support the education of a child.

Enable families to lead a life of dignity
Rs 1,00,000 will rehabilitate 10 families enabling them to lead a better life.
Rs 5,00,000 will enable a colony of 300 families affected with leprosy to lead a life of dignity

Sponsor footwear, surgery and treatment
Rs 1,500 for a minor treatment of ulcers for one person.
Rs 10,429 for corrective eye Surgery for one person.
Rs 19,185 for Hand and Foot surgery for one person.

Donations by cheque and demand draft

If you would like to make your contribution by cheque or demand draft, you'll need to mail cheque or draft (made in favour of Heathfirst India) to

HealthFirst India
(A fundraising initiative of Swiss Emmaus)
No. W-504, ″C″ – Sector, 10th Street,
Anna Nagar, western Extn. (Near SBOI school)
Chennai – 600 101

Donate Online

Make a donation to (HealthFirst India ) Swiss Emmaus Leprosy Relief Work India.
Click here

Payroll giving

Join our payroll giving programme today. It is the most tax efficient way to extend your support. In payroll giving, when the employer deducts a part of his/her salary every month, this amount will be donated towards our cause. You can join this programmes for as little as Rs 50 per month.

Direct debit from bank account

We have a partnership with AXIS bank, so you can issue instructions to them to directly debit your bank account to make a contribution to Swiss Emmaus.

Donate on Occasion

If you would like to celebrate your birthday, anniversary, or other special occasion by sharing some of your blessings with those who are deprived of even basic needs, please let us know the date of your birthday/anniversary etc and we will be happy to get in touch with you.

Tax benefits

Donations to the Trust are eligible for tax exemption under section 80G of the IT Act 1961.