Bengaluru (Bangalore) NGOs
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Add : 20-21, Vyshnavi Layout
Mobile : 99029 43802
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.dntbangalore.org
Contact Person : Shivakumar
Purpose : Education to Construct the School Building.
Aim/Objective/Mission : To give education for the underprivileged children objective, education mission education for the underprivileged.
Add : 42, Khb Colony, Yelahanka
Mobile : 95380 12303, 97411 34411
Email : email@example.com
website : www.positiveants.org
Contact Person : Trilok G Mylar
Purpose : Advocacy On Social Issues, Agriculture, Anti Drug Campaign, Art And Craft, Art And Culture, Awareness Generation, Ayurveda, Child Labour, Child Rights, Child Welfare, Community Development, Corporate Social Responsibility, Cow Protection Centre (Goushala), Cultural Heritage., Development (General), Disaster Management, Education, Environment, General – Social Welfare, Health, Human Rights, Ngo Management, Old Aged Welfare, Orphanage, Rural Development, Science And Technology, Social Awareness, Training, Waste Management, Women Development/Welfare, Yoga.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Vision is creating awareness through education and bringing out the potential in the younger generation to safeguard our environment and uplift the standard of living in rural part of our country and bring in the awareness of self sustainment with good health and hygiene. Mission is reaching the unreached our trust will want to improve the education standard, primary hygiene and lifestyle of students and their family in the remote regions of india. It would also actively help groom students with better hygiene at schools and thereby influencing at home and surroundings. It would take priority in seeing that the younger generation is benefited to the maximum and thereby starting the revolution of change in remote locations.
Add : 113, Malleswaram
Tel : 080-23342347
Mobile : 98861 06153
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.shankarifoundation.com
Contact Person : Ramaa
Purpose : Old Aged Welfare. Shankari Balaga Was Founded With The Objective Of Solving Problems Faced By Women / Children Belonging To The Economically Weaker Section Of Society And Aged People Forsaken By Kith And Kin. This Objective Served As Motivating Force To Undertake Many Activities Like Starting A Day Care Centre For Aged People, Counseling/ Imparting Vocational Training To Women For Self-Employment, Organizing Health Camps, Giving Aid For Education, Etc. Shankari Balaga Is Affiliated To A Trust Called Shankari Foundation And Works Under Its Guidance. Shankari Foundation Is A Public Trust Having Seven Trustees From Different Walks Of Life. Both Shankari Balaga And Shankari Foundation Are Registered With Appropriate Governmental Authority And All Their Financial Transactions Are Subject To Statutory Audit.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Shankari Foundation’s main focus is to give proper, love, care, lifestyle for the aged whosekith and kin can not give required time due to their professional committments. With our state of the art facilities, experienced, service-oriented staff, homely atmosphere, hygenic home cooked food, 24 hours hot and cold water, lift, tv, washing machine, entertainment, pooja room and many more at a reasonable price makes them feel at home and enjoy their freedom just like being with their kith and kin.
Add : Sharadamba Residency, Dubasipalya
Mobile : 99023 77443, 99021 77833
Email : email@example.com
Contact Person : Naveen Prakash Noronha
Purpose : Advocacy On Social Issues, Art And Culture, Awareness Generation, Climate Change, Community Development, Cultural Heritage., Cultural Issues, Development (General), Distance Learning, E-Learning, Education, Employment, Energy, Environment, Food And Nutrition, Gender, General – Social Welfare, Grants/Aids, Health, Human Development, Indigenous Knowledge, Information And Communications Technology, Infrastructure, Livelihood, Peace, Research, Science And Technology, Social Awareness, Sustainable Development, Training, Waste Management, Women Development/Welfare, Women’S Issues, Youth.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Aim of Kriyakalpa Charitable Trust is to strive for the overall development of the society with particular preference to education. Education is a strong weapon for the overall development of the society.
Add : 109, 2nd Floor, Bhagya Arcade, 13th Main, Srinagara
Mobile : 98454 19050, 98454 66920
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Person : Sharana Basappa / Prasanna Simha
Purpose : Art And Culture, Child Labour, Child Rights, Child Welfare, Education, Environment, Health, Human Development, Human Rights, Labour, Law, Legal Awareness.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Our trust was formed on the basis of bhagavad gita’s phrase parasparam bhavayantah, which precisely means thus, helping each other, be more and more prosperous and happy. Our main aim is tconcentrate on the issues related to children and women, particularly children. Our trust strives to provide education facilities tunder privileged children. Education being the step stone for prosperity and happiness, we at samvardhana trust encourage children to wards getting eudcated.
Add : 1365, Lhr Mansion JP Nagar, 3rd Phase, Sarakki Gate Kanakapura, Main Road
Tel : 080-42244575
Mobile : 99006 94575
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.infinitesoultrust.com
Contact Person : Shivananda Hd
Purpose : Cancer Patients Help, Child Labour, Child Rights, Child Welfare, Education, Employment, Human Rights, Ngo Management, Physically Disabled, Social Awareness.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Infinite Soul Trust (IST) is a national non-profit organization dedicated to help needy and neglected children. Infinite soul trust approach of cuses on children s medicines, treatment, care and lot more. We are a team of spirited individuals, who believe we can make a difference and that is important to give back to our society. Our beginning was simple and with intentions to create medical support and hope for those children and youth of marginalized communities. We actively run and manage numerous grass root level initiatives that facilitate health services for underprivileged children in India.
Add : 16/2, 11th Main Road, Malleshwaram West
Mobile : 98807 10471
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Person : Procheta Mallik
Purpose : E-Learning, Education.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Ispf is a non-profit trust focused on promoting innovation and science, especially amongst children. Ispf s current focus is creating experience-based learning opportunities where science can be learnt using hands-on, interactive experiences and inspire innovation.
Add : Vishwaneedam, Magadi Road
Mobile : 70226 04714
Website : www.sumanahalli.net
Contact Person : Lindo Francis
Purpose : Awareness Generation, Community Development, Disability, Disadvantaged Communities, Disaster Management, Education, Employment.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Aim & objective : sumanahalli society established in the year 1977 with the vision of giving life to the lifeless specially the persons affected by leprosy,hiv/aids, and differently abled. We educate, treat and rehabilitate them by removing the stigma and empowering them by sending them back to the society with dignity and honour. Mission to enable the person affected by leprosy,hiv/aids and the persons with disabilitiy have equal opportunities, improved quality of life, and full participation in a society that respects their rights and dignity. Vision to provide devoted, dedicated and humanitarian services to the leprosy,hiv/aids affected and people with disability.
Add : 767, 3rd Cross, 11th Main, Vijaya Bank Colony, Bilekahalli, Bannerghatta Road
Tel : 080-42150172
Mobile : 99860 93922
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.omashram.org
Contact Person : Gurunath
Purpose : Old Aged Welfare.
Aim/Objective/Mission : To have a permanent infrastructure. To combine the causes ? old age care with shelter and education to orphan children. To expand our services for more and more elderly. To look after the elderly people with utmost care and empathy in a pleasant atmosphere to lead a peaceful life till their last journey. To extend the facilities of the home to more number of needy persons in the society. To continue to survive by bringing together the hands of all like-minded people.
Add : B-3, 502, South City, Arekere Mico Layout, off Bannerghatta Road
Tel : 080-41206057
Mobile : 72597 22996
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.puttenahallilake.in
Contact Person : Usha Rajagopalan
Purpose : Awareness Generation, Environment, Local Administration, Pollution, Social Awareness, Volunteers, Waste Management.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Puttenahalli neighbourhood lake improvement trust (pnlit)?is a citizens initiative for the betterment of the neighbourhood with major focus on the preservation of the public open space called puttenahalli lake. The trust?got the municipality, bruhat bengaluru mahanagara?palike (BBMP) to start rejuvenating the lake and has signed an mou?to officially maintain the 13-acre water body that lies?between high rise buildings in jp nagar, in the south of bengaluru. Working closely with the BBMP, pnlit is steadily transforming puttenahalli lake into a place of serenity for the community and a secure habitat for birds and other forms of life. Since restoration began in early 2010, over 80 species of birds have been spotted in and around the lake. Pnlit s success has encouraged other resident welfare groups and individuals to take up the cause of lakes in their neighbourhoods. Among the awards conferred on pnlit is the prestigious namma bengaluru award, 2012. ?Apart from puttenahalli lake, the trust is also involved with other activities related to the betterment of the neighbourhood, such as environmental/ social awareness, supporting local businesses, promotion of cloth carry bags (non-plastic), addressing local issues, teaching support for students, etc. Pnlit meets expenses mostly from donations from well wishers and is actively seeking csr support. Donations to pnlit are exempt under section 80g of the income tax act. The trust is eligible to accept foreign contributions.