Profiles of Indian NGOs & National – Ineternational Funding Agencies – Government Grants

Mumbai NGOs

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Youth United Foundation, Mumbai

Add : 345, Powai Plaza, Opposite Pizza Hut, Hiranandani Gardens, Powai
Mumbai
Maharashtra
400076
Tel :
Mobile : 88795 24657
Email : youthunitedfoundation15@gmail.com
Website : www.youthunitedfoundation.org
Contact Person : Tikshnagat Waghmare
Purpose : Advocacy On Social Issues, Awareness Generation, Community Development, General – Social Welfare, Youth.
Aim/Objective/Mission : To provide a platform for the youth to raise their voice and opinions and increase their involvement in social activities and incorporate them to tackle social issues and to give them their say in decision making for social welfare.

Brastachar Nirmulan Manav Adhikar Sanghthan (Parivartan), Mumbai

Add : Bangdiwala Comp. , Quresh Nagar, Kurla
Mumbai
Maharashtra
400070
Tel :
Mobile : 97021 30786
Email : sgtamboli@yahoo.com
Website : www.anticorruptionhro.com
Contact Person : Adv. Sagar Tamboli
Purpose : Social Work.
Aim/Objective/Mission : The main objects of this trust to st up all India organisation for protecting human rights and removing corruption and crime.

Health Organation, Mumbai

Add : 51-1, JP Nagar, Behind Dakshata Poloce Society, Ramabai Colony, Ghatkopar
Mumbai
Maharashtra
400075
Tel :
Mobile : 77388 11288
Email : dr.aakash03@gmail.com
Website : www.sarkardiago@gmail.com
Contact Person : Aakash Parashar
Purpose : Anti Drug Campaign, Art And Culture, Awareness Generation, Ayurveda, Cancer Patients Help, Child Labour, Child Rights, Child Welfare, Community Development.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Poor logo ko medicaly help karna medical training corse karvana opration free ya kam se kam me karvana.

Citizens Association For Child Rights, Mumbai

Add : 1, Prabhav Society, 2nd Road, Tps-3, Santacruz
Mumbai
Maharashtra
400055
Tel :
Mobile : 99875 98509
Email : connect.cacr@gmail.com
Website : www.ngocacr.com
Contact Person : Nitin R Wadhwani
Purpose : Child Rights, Education, Health.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Vision cacr aspires to be one of the most credible and respected ngos in the field of education and healthcare rights of children. By working within the framework of the education system, strengthening it and not creating parallel systems, cacr aims to ensure the best possible quality of education and healthcare for underprivileged children. Mission cacr s mission is to get like-minded citizens to take active part in improving the system of education and healthcare for underprivileged children, improving accountability in the system and to become a strong and credible voice in demanding rights for underprivileged children. Aim ensure increased student enrolment in mcgm schools work towards student retention in schools extend basic civic rights to marginalised communities work out processes for ensuring right to healthcare demand rehabilitation of children who are presently employed by businesses in violation of the child labour act essential educational necessities of handicapped and special children are met.

Helping Hand Foundation, Mumbai

Add : 302, Ganesh Society, 02 Chsl, Uttan Navghar Church Rd
Mumbai
Maharashtra
401106
Tel : 022-28451365
Mobile : 99879 23843
Email : hhfngo2011@gmail.com
Website : www.hhfngo.org
Contact Person : Dr John Sircar
Purpose : Social Work
Aim/Objective/Mission : We are an indian registered voluntarily, secular, non-sectarian, non-political & non-for-profit multidisciplinary social service organization established on 6th april, 2011 in mumbai, india and is engaged in addressing the challenges faced by marginalized and vulnerable communities across the nation.

Disha-Development In Social and Health Alliace, Mumbai

Add : 158/1478, MHB Colony, DG Nagar, Gate No. 8, Malwani, Malad
Mumbai
Maharashtra
400095
Tel :
Mobile : 99873 60382
Email : disha.develop2013@gmail.com
Website :
Contact Person : Rubina Khan
Purpose : Awareness Generation, Child Labour, Food and Nutrition, Health, Human Development, Livelihood, Social Awareness, Training, Women Development/Welfare, Women’S Issues.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Vision support change in the life of socially and economically deprived communities by building active partnerships with them in a spirit of transparency and sensitivity, pursuing an ideal of overall sustainable development of the society mission we are here to collaborate with poor people to help them in upgrading their socio-economic status. This mission of the program is split-up into three specific goals: to increase the health awareness of poor people through training and group meeting. Arrange focus group discussions with targeted groups to aware them to change their health behavior. To increase primary educational awareness. Arrange meeting with parents and motivate them for education and make them more responsible for children’s growth. To conduct activity for tuberculosis to control and early case findings we have plan a door to door activity to find tbsuspects after finding diagnose them and put on treatment.

Human Rights Council of India, Mumbai

Add : 3, Sai Krupa Bldg, Shiv Vallabh Road, Behind Gokul Anand Hotel, Dahisar
Mumbai
Maharashtra
400068
Tel :
Mobile : 80801 56156
Email : hajishaikhhrc@gmail.com
Website : www.hrcofindia.org
Contact Person : Arshi
Purpose : Skill Development.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Promote organisation of forums such as co-operative societies, mandals and association of women, youth and workers with a view to undertaking collective activities for socio-economic development.organize educational and vocational training programme with special focus for deprived sections, women/girls and unemployed youth to provide new skills, refine/ sharpen/ upgrade the existing skills leading to employment, self employment and income generation. To follow, adopt & promote universal declaration of human rights of united nations and Indian constitution & national-international law. To spread awareness about protection of environments and population control. To promote/solve cause of health care, food problem, housing/shelter problems & humanitarian relief/refugees / indigenous people problems. To help disabled, children, youth, aids patients, ageing people, drug addicts, hiv victims. To promote welfare of labour union rights & economic & social development. To promote & educate equality, as well as equity, international integration, brotherhood, non-violence, love, peace, justice, protection & promotion of human rights for all. To organize conferences, summits, seminars, meetings, discussions, debates, study courses, collection of statistics, exhibitions, shows, tour trips etc. (India and abroad) to provide legal aid and advice for the indigent and weaker sections of the society and to share global health and global population change. To suggest action for violation of rights by armed political groups and terrorists. To create an environment as well as an understanding that human rights can easily become vulnerable to abuse of various structures and processes of power and to examine the inter-dependence of and linkage between human rights and democracy, pluralism, development, ecological balance, peace and harmony at the national and international levels. To train the young men and women for facing the challenges of the pluralistic society and the rising conflicts and tensions in the name of particularistic loyalties to caste, religion and culture and to work in close cooperation with national human rights commissions on women, minorities, s. c. , s. t and ngos and media organizations for promoting human rights education. To make people aware of human rights duties, privileges, conduct training camps & workshops, establish old age homes, residential/vocational schools & colleges, research & medical colleges and human rights camps. To promote art & culture, maintain, encourage, and assist/help setting up centers for promotion of human rights. To promote social progress and better standards of life and activity in cooperation with the government of India and other countries to promote human rights education. To develop a more distinctive and effective role for the international court of justice to fulfill the human rights and spread the messages/values of human rights by way of human rights education. To open training camps and workshops for the development of arts, plays and culture and raise funds through subscriptions, donations, trade to fulfill the aims and objects. To establish and conduct centers of treatment and rehabilitation for the victims of violators of human rights. To actively join hands with the government of India and other countries to promote human rights education and help legal, social and economic discrimination against women and their exploitation in different ways. To publish books, encyclopedias, monographs, journals and directories on human rights and study and prepare reports on the violation, etc. To effectively work for gender inequalities, exploitations and injustice as also to encourage / assist talented artists, poets, singers, writers, social workers, journalists, doctors, judges, etc. To organize and participate in cultural programmes to foster a spirit of nationalism to achieve co-operation in solving various problems of economic, social, cultural or humanitarian character and in promoting and encouraging respect for human rights. To help freedom fighters, widows/war widows and orphans and running schools, colleges & similar institutions, etc. To work for ensuring that basic human rights are respected everywhere and to keep the interest of disempowered communities foremost in all dealings with countries in which human rights violations occur. To support through the un framework, democratic and economic reforms in countries coming out to totalitarian control and to restrict cooperation with governing regimes that violate human rights. To create hrcofIndia wings in the fields of legal, environment, media, youth, women, spiritual, political, publication, health, film, trade, education, project and planning, technology, labour and culture. These hrcofIndia wings will be functioning independently and globally under the cover of hrcofIndia head quarters and the governing body. To establish national and international campus anywhere in India or abroad to achieve the objectives mentioned above. To popularize human rights education by way of case studies, documentaries and distance learning programmes and to establish electronic, print and voice media to promote hrcofIndia activities in India and abroad. HrcofIndia will create a corpus out of trading activities on no-profit-no-loss basis to sustain its activities/ projects from the self-generated resources. HRC of India can also participate in joint venture projects with the government of India or state government departments, authorities approved by the government or any other agencies approved by the government in India and abroad, as the case may be.

Human Welfare Charitable Trust, Mumbai

Add : 3, Rajendra Ratna, Mahesh Nagar, Sv Road, Goregaon West
Mumbai
Maharashtra
400062
Tel : 022-28824204
Mobile : 98197 56020
Email : info@human-welfare.org
Website : www.human-welfare.org
Contact Person : Ashok Jain
Purpose : Animal Welfare, Child Welfare, Corporate Social Responsibility, Human Development, Infrastructure, Irrigation, Livelihood, Local Administration, Local Self Governance (Panchayati Raj), Mentally Handicapped Persons, Micro-Enterprises, Natural Resource Management, Old Aged Welfare, Orphanage, Plantation, Pollution, Poverty, Public Administration, Rehabilitation, Rural Development, Self Help Groups, Shelter Home, Urban Development, Waste Management, Water, Women Development/Welfare, Women’S Issues.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Human welfare charitable trust (hwct) is an charitable trust, established in 2015 by madan jain & kalpesh kabra. Since its inception, hwct has worked towards humanity by working towards human & animal welfare. Hwct pools in resources in the form of manpower, medicines, material, medical help, & proceeds from individuals, organizations & private communities to successfully feed and care for the any living being whether human or animal. Hwct believes that every living things is the part and parcel of our life and is here for a cause. Thus we all must respect nature.

Iqra Gyan Educational & Welfare Foundation, Mumbai

Add : A-2/201, Al-Saf,a Co-Operative Housing Society, Millat Nagar, andheri West
Mumbai
Maharashtra
400053
Tel : 022-26333705
Mobile : 98208 01169
Email : info@iqragyan.org
Website : www.iqragyan.org
Contact Person : Khalid Khan
Purpose : Education, General – Social Welfare.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Iqra gyan education & welfare foundation is a non-profitable, non-governmental and non-political organization, primarily focus on ?right to education. Ig advocates and assists poor students in availing educational aids, grants and scholarships provided by governments and non-governmental institutions. Ig is a group of educated youths, experienced professionals, businessmen and social workers who envisage the possibilities of utilizing vast social network coupled with the modern communication system to support poor and needy students and career enthusiast. Simply ig is a bridge between the resources and beneficiaries. Ig does not involve in any kind of financial transactions between the donors and receivers. The organizational operating expenses are borne by the members and patronages. Ig ensures that the transparency, monitoring and control systems are implemented through modern computer / internet system. It is an ongoing process in ig to study / survey / search students who seek and deserve scholarships. Thus, ig is planning to gradually develop and provide real-time-online analysis to the donors that will enable them to directly transfer the educational aids / scholarships / donations to the most deserving student (s). Periodically an analysis report will be generated on website comprising student profile, historical track records, unique identification code, categorization of scholarship and current education and social status / growth, school / teachers / parents report and ig recommendations etc.

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