Add : 1/20, Vijeyta Res. & Comm.complex. Kh. No. 28/13, Sulahkul Vihar, Near Sec. 13-14
Mobile : 85109 10098
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Person :
Purpose : Child Labour, Child Welfare, Cultural Heritage. , Cultural Issues, Education, General – Social Welfare, Health, Hiv/Aids, Human Rights, Information and Communications Technology, Infrastructure, Legal Awareness, Old Aged Welfare, Research, Social Awareness, Training, Women Development/Welfare.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Promote oldculture oof India. Education awareness, women & child welfare awareness. Help old people, training like computer edecation. Medical awareness etc.
Add : C-234, Vikas Puri
Tel : 011-28540390
Mobile : 98913 76821
Email : email@example.com
Contact Person : Puneet Madan
Purpose : Social Work.
Aim/Objective/Mission : We are a team of medical practitioners working in vikaspuri area and want to help people by providing them the right knowledge about the disease and helping them get rid of common day to day illness helping the society to get rid of old taboos and helping patients who are left in society due to their illnesses like vitiligo patients.
Add : 308, Gali No. 16, Jai Vihar-III, Harphool Vihar
Mobile : 97165 79426
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.mephfngo.com
Contact Person : Shivam Kumar
Purpose : Education, Women Development/Welfare.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Working in different fields of program, & commercial training organization.
Add : A-945, Sangam Vihar, New Delhi
Mobile : 70534 71730
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.awayofhappinessblog.wordpress.com
Contact Person : Himanshu Shukla
Purpose : Art and Culture, Education, Women’S Issues, Youth
Aim/Objective/Mission : A way of happiness educational society, founded on 24th june 2016, is a not for profit non-governmental organisation, run by a group of members of the society. We are envisioning a society permeated with the spirit of brotherhood, in which its members help each other create a sustainable and harmonious environment, improving their lives through raised awareness of co-dependency and connectivity with their surroundings as well as globally. We believe that the youth are the future of any society and there should be no differences when it comes to being exposed to knowledge and information. This is why we are providing quality school syllabus related classes and extracurricular activities for all members of our society, mainly children and youth. In our work, we use non-formal education methods to bring the school closer to youngsters. Learning, after all, should be interactive and engaging, sparking curiosity and breeding a healthy relationship with attaining knowledge. This way we can ensure lifelong learning because of the newly awoken desire for the learning process to continue. Through a broad-minded attitude like this, an individual is able to not only act upon fulfilling his needs but also be a binding agent and promoter of change in the society.
Add : 36/1/5, Yusuf Sarai, Near Uphaar Cinema, Green Park
Mobile : 99104 45519
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.aanandamtrust.org
Contact Person : Dr. Gajanand Arya Shastri
Purpose : Adolescent Girls Welfare, Child Welfare, Community Development, Development (General), Education, Employment, Health, Old Aged Welfare, Rural Development, Social Awareness, Training.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Our aim is to provide literacy and basic health amenities to every economically weaker and rural population of India objective : to provide education economical weaker section and rural India. To provide basic health amenities to beneficiaries. To make the women industry by providing them education and employment opportunities. We have following programs to generate industry ready skilled workers beautician course computer education self employment tailoringapparel made -ups sector skill council affiliated old age programs includes library, cultural programs, yoga sessions. Women empowerment programs for overall development of weaker section. Food camps organization in the target areas. Health camps in target area.
Add : G-7/25, Ground Floor, Rohini Sector-11
Mobile : 98994 24200, 98990 74151
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.harisadhna.org
Contact Person : Govind Gupta
Purpose : Awareness Generation, Child Rights, Child Welfare, Cultural Heritage, Education, Environment, Food and Nutrition, Health, Orphanage, Peace, Physically Disabled, Plantation, Pollution, Poverty, Sanitation, Right To Information, Waste Management, Women’S Issues.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Hari sadhna foundation works with the objective of bringing positive and effective change in life of needy people but also the quality of life of civilised society as we belive serving humanity is serving divinity.
Add : 540, Group 1, Dda Janta Flats
Tel : 011-25353022
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.iwcwtministry.org
Contact Person : Esther Dass
Purpose : Child Welfare, Community Development, Development (General), Education, Food and Nutrition, General – Social Welfare, Health, Old Aged Welfare, Orphanage, Poverty, Rural Development, Self Help Groups, Shelter Home, Social Awareness, Sustainable Development, Urban Development, Women Development/Welfare.
Aim/Objective/Mission : About us: Indian women and child welfare trust (iwcwt) is a social, cultural, economic, health, educational, relief and rural/urban community development organisation registered in new Delhi as a charitable trust in year 2000. We are committed to the millennium development goals. Our vision is for a just and compassionate Indian society in which all people will have the opportunity to achieve their optimum potential. Its priorities and objectives are to carry out charitable, holistic and sustainable development work among the poor, marginalized, downtrodden, illiterate, vulnerable and the exploited ones, irrespective of their caste, creed, colour, sex or religion. In achieving the same we work in partnership with other national and international ngos. Iwcwt is registered as a trust, new Delhi, India. All contributions to iwcwt are tax-exempted. Vision the vision of Indian women and child welfare trust is to create a just, equal and peaceful society where everybody shares and cares for the poor, unprivileged and exploited people and make the world a better place to live in. Mission the mission of iwcwt is “to ensure smile on every face” : this is best done by establishing a redeemed, regenerated and progressive society, which will be free from exploitation, injustice and disparities – where the overall development and dignity of every person will be secured, where people can live in peace, solidarity, co-operation and brotherhood and where the rights of each one will be protected. All these would be brought about through transformation and sustained development of the Indian society in which they live.
Add : S-285, Kanak Durga Colony, Sector-12, R K Puram
Mobile : 98911 70578
Email : email@example.com
Contact Person : Prem Prasad
Purpose : Awareness Generation, Child Rights, Child Welfare, Education, Urban Development, Youth An Initiative Towards Providing The Lesser Privileged With Quality Education, Helping Them In Achieving Socio-Economic Development and Self Sustainability.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Mera India mera adhikar (public charitable trust) started in 2013 with an objective of providing the basic education and counseling support to the underprivileged children of Delhi.. It aimed to bring about a positive change not only in their lives but society as a whole. The journey began by providing non-formal education, pre admission classes and some free tuition classes to a handful of local children from the terrace of ‘mima education center run by mera India mera adhikar in kanak durga colony, sector 12, rk puram New Delhi, these children were mainly from the slums and the red-light areas of r. k. puram and its adjoining areas. In 2014, mera India mera adhikar identified a library in kanak durga colony(slum), sector-12, rk puram gradually, mima expanded its activities by providing (helping books, reading books etc. ), pre-vocational training, extra curriculum activities, cultural support, health support (mental and physical), community awareness and others.
Add : 803, Sunlight Colony-2, Ashram
Mobile : 99118 88220, 99996 85650
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Person : Jitendra Kumar Mukhi
Purpose : Social Work.
Aim/Objective/Mission : To organize, establish and conduct project and programs of economic, social, educational and community development and other such projects and programmes as are specially oriented towards the need of the rural and urban poor and other weaker and valuable sections of the society. To organize and establish programmes and projects of experimental nature in related fields as mentioned above with a view to carry and to provide training opportunity to community workers to organize relief and rehabilitation programmes and projects in the time of natural calamities and other emergencies. to spread religion and cultural among the masses through publication and distribution of books and weekly / monthly magazines. Construction and management of academic, educational, vocational & technical institutions. to employ and train persons for the effective implementation of the project and programmes of the society and to give salaries, wages, stipends and honorarium. To accept and take any grants, gifts, donations, loans, subscriptions and contributions whether in cash of kind, and of any property, movable of immovable, by fair and legitimate means from any source for the furtherance of the aims and objects of the society to establish provident fund of any other form of social security for the benefit of the workers of the society as determined from time to time by the competent authority of the society. Construction and management of hospitals and medical institutions.organizing free medical eye camps. Construction of veterinary for free medical camps of animals. Construction of shelter for animals. Providing scholarship to poor children. Arranging food clothing and shelter for poor person in the society. To back up activities in the field of development action with study, research, analysis, and documentation and dissemination of such knowledge and information and to edit, print, publish and exhibit magazines, book, project reports, newsletters, articles, research papers, pamphlets and like educational materials and communication aids. To maintain libraries reading rooms and to organize conferences, seminars, symposiums training workshops and cultural activities. To maintain libraries reading rooms and to organize conferences, seminars, symposiums training workshops and cultural activities. To encourage and provide opportunities and incentives for community service oriented youth especially of any other committed persons with a view to build up a cadre of workers for the furtherance of the aims and objects of the society. To encourage and provide opportunities and incentives for community service oriented youth especially of any other committed persons with a view to build up a cadre of workers for the furtherance of the aims and objects of the society.
Add : B-162, Pul Pahaladpur, Badarpur
Mobile : 98917 67527
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.renufoundation.org.in
Contact Person : Uttam Kumar
Purpose : Awareness Generation, Child Labour, Child Rights, Child Welfare, Community Development, Corporate Social Responsibility, Education, Grants/Aids, Health, Hiv/Aids, Human Rights, Labour, Legal Awareness, Old Aged Welfare, Sanitation, Training, Water, Women Development/Welfare, Yoga, Youth.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Mission- renu foundation is committed to the mission of helping individuals, groups and communities to reflect on their strengths and acquire knowledge and skills to catalyze group action and synergy that will translate into development- equitable and sustainable. Vision renu foundation envisions a society of empowered individuals and groups that respect each other s dignity and rights and vigilant on their rights and responsibilities as citizens of a democratic nation and a civil society.