Add : B-3, 502, South City, Arekere Mico Layout, off Bannerghatta Road
Tel : 080-41206057
Mobile : 72597 22996
Email : email@example.com
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.
Add : 511, 4th Block, 8th, Main Road, Kormangala
Tel : 080-25500480
Mobile : 99160 15554
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.samratsadhanaseva.com
Contact Person : Uday Kumar
Purpose : Cow Protection Centre (Goushala), Indigenous Knowledge, Old Aged Welfare, Orphanage, Society and Economy, Trafficking Of Women Working With Socially and Economically Disadvantaged, Aiming At Self Reliance Through Integrated Development.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Working for child development, women’s welfare, poverty relief and poverty issues, educational sector, health issues and concepts, rural development and rural issues management, advocacy area and environmental development.
Add : Dpnr Building, 3rd Floor, Nimhans, Hosur Road
Tel : 080 26578484
Mobile : 98440 13849
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.whiteswanfoundation.org
Contact Person : Manoj Chandran
Purpose : Awareness Generation, Health, Social Awareness, Youth.
Aim/Objective/Mission : White swan foundation for mental health is a not-for-profit organization that offers knowledge services in the area of mental health. We aim to provide patients, caregivers and others with well-researched content that will help them make informed decisions on how to deal with mental health issues. of all the issues that plague the mental healthcare sector in India, lack of access to knowledge for the public is one of the most fundamental one. This leads to a near absence of demand, and therefore, supply of better services and social infrastructure. White swan foundation aims to fulfill this very gap. The white swan foundation team will collaborate with like-minded individuals and organizations across the world to bring to you the best-in-class knowledge on mental health. Our mission deliver knowledge services for mental health and wellbeing.
Add : 5, Gangappa Layout, Beh Patel & Co
Mobile : 97411 14043
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.worldwwfoundation.in
Contact Person : Govardhan Reddy
Purpose : Environment, Ngo Management, Plantation, Social Awareness, Training, Volunteers Job Counselling, Career Consultation, English Wsl Program.
Aim/Objective/Mission : World within world foundation(wwwf) is a non profit(non government) organization based out of bangalore, Karnataka, India. It is run by a team of dedicated social workers under the motto earn bread with dignity. The main objectives of the organization are to create awareness amongst society to improve their living standards through counselling, promote greenery and upliftment of underprivileged. Since 2014, wwwf has undertaken several initiatives to accomplish the afore mentioned objectives. It strives to expand the areas of operations while maintaining the standards at the same time. It has collaborated with a few other ngos in supporting our cause and for mutual growth. At wwwf, we believe than an individual’s key contribution is to dedicate their precious time in any manner that suits them. There goes a saying that – when one life meets another life something new is born. Wwwf being as an organization for non-profit is on a journey to reach the summit and it heartily welcomes all like minded people to be a part of the same.
Add : 62/1, 5th Cross, 6th Main, 3rd Block, TR Nagar
Mobile : 72599 47744
Website : www.prathibimba.org
Contact Person : Murali V
Purpose : Animal Welfare, Child Welfare, Community Development, Education, Environment, Health, Human Development, Human Rights, Old Aged Welfare, Orphanage, Physically Disabled, Social Awareness, Women Development/Welfare, Youth.
Aim/Objective/Mission : We are a team of young Indians who firmly believe that we must each do what we can to change our world for the better. We believe no good deed is too small and there is never a wrong time to do the right thing. We are all working professionals or students. each one of us have a full-time day job/ class to attend. But, we take time out every day – be it hours, minutes, or moments – to think about how we can bring in a positive change to the community. We are women, men, atheists, theists, scientologists, homemakers, students, software engineers, photographers, farmers and everything in between. We are a chaotic blend of beliefs, professions and ideologies, driven by a passion to do some good. We relax by working on our weekends to achieve our vision. By that we mean a group of friends gathered over coffee discussing how to leave this world a little better than how we found it. Vision we want to be a reflection of kindness as we make this world a better place for everyone to live mission to achieve our vision, we will involve people from all walks of life, especially the youth, to improve peoples way of living and inspire others to join our cause.
Add : 22/2, 1st Floor, 1st Cross, Near Arunodaya High School, Vigneswaranagar, Sunkadakatte
Tel : 080-23585992
Mobile : 99000 03891
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.mhrfoundationofindia.org
Contact Person : Mallikarjun H Rao
Purpose : Agriculture, Animal Health, Animal Welfare, Awareness Generation, Community Development, Corporate Social Responsibility, Cow Protection Centre (Goushala), Cultural Heritage. , Cultural Issues.
Aim/Objective/Mission : MHR foundation of India has the main goal of supporting agriculture, animal husbandry, chemical free farming, dairy farming, goshala, be keeping, poultry, sheep rearing, fisheries, awareness about agriculture, effects of chemicals on human, rural development, women development, social awareness, disaster management, corporate social responsibility, improvising rural livelihood and other such activities helping farmers.
Add : 6, 1st Floor, Ganesh Chambers, Dodda Banasawadi, Main Road
Mobile : 99003 91601
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.mahiti.org
Contact Person : Aysha Sreekanth
Purpose : Information And Communications Technology, Research, Training Data & Analysis, Communication & Fundraising, Technology For Communities.
Aim/Objective/Mission : We strengthen, social impact initiatives through technology and communication.
Add : 130, 1st, Azizia Building, Armstrong Road, Bharati Nagar
Mobile : 93410 65689, 97387 37676
Contact Person : Muhammad Javed Ibrahim
Purpose : Social Work.
Aim/Objective/Mission : To promote and protect human rights in India by working with the victims of human rights violations and their organizations. It educates the victims and their communities, and facilitates and builds the capacity of organizations of victims to take collective action on their own. It addresses the issues of displacement and forced eviction, violence against women and children, exploitation, torture, abuse and discrimination against dalits (untouchable and low caste poor), and attacks on minorities and indigenous communities. Abolishing of dictatorship by particular group, associations, organisation or community or by political leaders, based on learning and work experiences, integrated democracy monitoring into its core activity as the basic path to rights for the above mentioned target group, participating in decision making and asking for accountability and good governance of the state in particular. It focuses on having a right to: social and political participation a sustainable livelihood education, particularly access for children, life and security identity investigates, reports on, and campaigns against human rights abuses. Tribal and dalit people, especially women and children, are its priority and protecting ones civil rights and constitutional rights.
Add : 10, andhra Muniyappa Layout, New Chellekere Extn. , Kalyan Nagar
Tel : 080-25442350
Mobile : 94482 77064
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.accessbangalore.org
Contact Person : Thomas Swaroop
Purpose : Adolescent Girls Welfare, Advocacy On Social Issues, Child Labour, Child Rights, Child Welfare, Community Development, Development (General), Education, Employment, Gender, Health, Human Development, Orphanage, Poverty, Self Help Groups.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Mission statement to promote healthy and holistic development of children and strengthening their families and communities through: providing a secure, nurturing, and educational environment for children, a place for children to bloom into responsible, considerate and contributing members of society. Access wants all children to have the opportunity to grow physically, emotionally, socially and intellectually by playing, exploring, and learning with others in a fun, safe and healthy environment. Access welcomes and encourages positive family involvement where the needs of every child comes first in order to experience the benefits of excellent childhood education and social development programs. Developing leadership skills by providing opportunities for training and exposure providing parents and teachers with awareness programs on child development, child protection, early learning, nutrition, spirituality, best practices, legislative updates etc. Securing adequate funds and resources to achieve the goals of the access coordinating with a broad range of religious, community and social service agencies at all levels to support children and families providing coordination of social awareness programs, cultural activities, charitable & community activities, and providing technical and research assistance to the child care community at large strengthening and expanding the child care networks, associations and individual supporters.
Add : 284, 34th Cross, 9th Main Road, 4th Block, Jayanagar
Mobile : 98453 66097
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Person : Keshaa Kumar Nanjundappa
Purpose : Cow Protection Centre (Goushala), Cultural Issues, E-Governance, Human Development, Installation Of Borewells, Volunteers, Waste Management, Yoga, Youth Social Cause.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Social cause.