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1 Akshaya Patra,Mathura,U.P. http://uttarpradesh.akshayapatra.org Runs school lunch programme across India. 0565-2600541 | 1800 425 8622(Toll free)
2 Barefoot College,Rajasthan http://www.barefootcollege.org Providing basic services and solutions to problems in rural communities for more than 40 years, with the objective of making them self-sufficient and sustainable.
3 Missionaries of Charity ( Mother Teresa home ),Kolkata http://www.motherteresa.org/07_family/volunteering/v_cal.html Missionaries care for those who include refugees, ex-prostitutes, the mentally ill, sick children, abandoned children, lepers, people with AIDS, theaged, and convalescent. They have schools run by volunteers to educate street children, they run soup kitchens, as many other services as per the communities' needs.
4 API BHILS(Bhil Health Initiative and Literacy Society),Jhabua,M.P. www.bhils.org 1) Education:BHILS has started night schools in 20 villages and plans to open many more in the entire district.One such institution is Chetna Highschool and Hostel, a private residential school solely for underprivildged tribal students which has been supported by API. 2) Healthcare:Jhabua Health Initiative is a program which focuses on reproductive and child health as well as on HIV/AIDS, both of which are of concern due to high vulnerability. 3) Rainwater Harvesting 4) Agriculture & Protection of the Environment
5 Rashtriya Gramin Vikas Nidhi,Guwahati www.rgvnindia.org RGVN aims at a sustainable livelihood of rural poor where women are given priority. To make this process more effective and sustainable, RGVN delivers financial and non- financial support through nurturing and strengthening the grassroots level initiatives through NGOs and community owned institutions.
6 Narayan Sewa Sansthan,Udaipur,Rajasthan http://www.narayanseva.org To treat patients suffering from polio,cerebral palsy and serve the orthopedically handicapped and disabled. Aim is to provide education and vocational training to the disabled and mentally ill people
7 Virat Hospice,Jabalpur,M.P. http://www.virathospice.com Works for the upliftment of the downtrodden sections of the society through different projects.Main objective is working for health and education by providing free schooling to poor and needy tribal
8 Anandwan Ashram, Chandrapur, Maharashtra ( Baba Amte s organization) www.anandwan.in To help leprosy patients and the physically handicapped and grow as a community.
9 Aagaz Foundation , Ludhiana, Punjab http://www.aagaz.org/home.htm Working for the upliftment and empowerment of women and Children in rural areas
10 Aarohan, New Delhi http://aarohanngo.org/site/index.php Education for underprivileged children of the society, women and other community members
11 Able Youth & UnFoldIndia
12 Akshay Pratisthan, New Delhi http://akshaypratishthan.org/ Rehabilitation centre along with vocational training, medical care and employment opportunitie
13 Alternative for India Development (AID) ,New Delhi http://www.aidindia.com/ 9444174649(Mrs. Mekala Raghupathi) Poverty reduction through achieving basic rights, basic education, health security, gender and social equality and livelihood security for the poor.
14 Aman Biradari New Delhi http://www.amanbiradari.org/ engaged with issues of urban homelessness and poverty, particularly with street and homeless children
15 AMBA Foundations Delhi 9910910261 (Amrapali) http://www.ambafoundation.org/index.php Deals in Children, Education & Literacy, Health & Family Welfare, Information & Communication Technology, Legal Awareness & Aid, Right to Information & Advocacy, Vocational Training, Women’s Development & Empowerment
16 AngelXpress ,Mumbai http://angelxpress.org/ offers guidance and mentorship to financially underprivileged children
17 Ankur Society for People's Education , New Delhi http://www.ankureducation.net/ working in the field of experimental pedagogy with children, young people, women and the community in underserved worker settlements
18 Aparajita, New Delhi 9818633391 women welfare organization
19 Asharan Orphanage , New Delhi https://www.hopefoundation.org.in/subsite5_homes_details.php?home=asharan provide custody, care, protection, education and rehabilitation for these children during their stay here
20 Bharatiya Seva Samaj , Jodhpur Rajasthan 9829182020 (Kailash Singh Ratnu) bringing Ayurveda help to relief common people by organising various camp at different places
21 Blind Relief Association, Delhi http://www.blindrelief.org/ Association is providing quality school education and conducting training programmes to prepare teachers for the visually impaired; running a range of vocational skill training courses in light engineering and other industrial trades
22 Blind Welfare Society ,New Delhi http://www.blindwelfaresociety.in/ providing support to visually impaired through their various programmes and projects.
23 BloodConnect ,New Delhi http://www.bloodconnect.org/ An unparalleled objective of solving the problem of blood shortage in India.
24 center for social security action and research(CSSAR), New Delhi http://www.cssar.org/ Teaching slum children
25 Cheshire Homes India- Delhi Unit, New Delhi http://www.cheshirehomesindiadelhiunit.com/index.html provides residential accommodation, care and nursing to people who are chronically ill or differently-abled or have no means of livelihood due to old age.
26 Chetana – Conscience Of Women ,Delhi http://chetana4delhi.blogspot.in/ working for uplifting and empowering women
27 Chetanalaya , New Delhi http://www.chetanalaya.org.in/ To empower the underprivileged, marginalized and vulnerable sections of society towards self-reliance and human dignity.
28 Chinmaya Organisation for Rural Development, New Delhi http://www.cord.org.in/ The mission of the organisation is to facilitate integrated and sustainable development in rural India through self-empowerment processes.
29 Chintan , New delhi http://www.chintan-india.org/ Our focus is on ensuring equitable and sustainable production and consumption of materials, and improved disposal of waste.
30 Create Trust
31 CRY ,New Delhi http://www.cry.org/ working for upliftment of children in the society and restoration of their rights
32 Discipleship Centre , New Delhi taking care of poor children, providing them with spiritual, social, educational and physical securities and facilities
33 Dwar Jingkyrmen ,Shillong, Meghalaya http://megscpwd.gov.in/dwarjingkyrmen/about-us.html an institution for differently abled children
34 Educational Initiatives New Delhi http://centres.mindspark.in +91 11 2647 2836 educational assessment and research company working to improve the quality of student learning in our schools.
35 EFICOR, New Delhi http://eficor.org/ Organisation engaged in Development,Advocacy, Disaster Response and Training.
36 Elders Home Society ,New Delhi 9311213317 (Mrs. P Mendiratta) It is an old age home.
37 FindAWay ,Delhi http://findaway.in/ to help weakly funded NGOs by raising funds using crowd-sourcing techniques and their technological expertise.
38 Gharaunda, New Delhi Gharaunda is an unaided old age home run by Paras Foundation
39 Goonj, New Delhi http://goonj.org/ works for disaster relief, humanitarian aid and community development.
40 Grameen Development Services ,Lucknow (U.P.) http://www.gdsindia.org/ NGO is associated with Women’s Empowerment,Flood Preparedness and Mitigation, Agriculture Revival, Natural Resources Management, Agriculture based Livelihoods Promotion for Poverty Alleviation,Disaster Risk Reduction, Safe and beneficial Migration.
41 Gramin Vikas Samiti ,Gurgaon Haryana http://www.gvsgurgaon.org Upliftment of backward classes as well as improving environmental conditions of the community towards better health care facilities, increased awareness and knowledge of the society and the democracy.
42 Group Avantika ,New Delhi Group Avantika helps under-privileged children by holding various competitions for the self-development and confidence building of students across India.
43 Guru Nanak home , Ranchi Jharkhand http://gurunanakhome.org/ Guru Nanak home is a special institute in Ranchi for physically challenged children where they are given free medical treatment irrespective of caste, religion or sex. Diseases like polio, cerebral palsy, myopathy and physical deformities from birth are treated here.
44 Gurukul Samaj Vikas Sanstha, New Delhi NGO has engaged in various social welfare activities like education, health,women empowerment, languages Promotion,Vocational Training and community organization.
45 Haryana Environmental Society ,Haryana http://hesynr.org/ Green and clean Haryana
46 Helpage India ,New Delhi https://www.helpageindia.org/ work for the cause and care of disadvantaged older persons, in order to improve their quality of life.
47 Human Life Foundation ,Jaipur ,Rajasthan http://www.hlft.net/free-education-for-poor.html Aim of overall development of human society and nation at large.
48 Indo-Global Social Service Society, New Delhi http://igsss.org/ works for development, capacity building and enlightenment of the vulnerable communities across the country for their effective participation in development.
49 Institute for blind ,New Delhi Mr Deepak (9268382650) Institute for blind children.
50 Jan Sikshan Sansthan ,Kanpur (U.P.) Focus on enriching the life of illiterates,literates, school drop-outs, down-trodden, under-privileged, slum dwellers and unemployed through Non-formal and Continuing education, improving occupational skills through vocational training programmes and create awareness to widen knowledge about social, economic, political systems, health issues, environment etc.
51 Janhit Society for Social Welafare ,New Delhi mission to minimize the community suffering in the field of education, health and HIV/AIDS and livelihood to promote and provide qualitative education, health & Hygiene awareness and skill development to children, women and communities, which are socially and economically deprived.
52 Jeevothan Foundation,Ghaziabad (U.P) http://jeevothaan.yolasite.com/ It strives for the justice, equitable distribution of developmental benefits, social equity and Nation building.
53 KarmMarg,Old Faridabad ,Haryana http://karmmarg.org/ desire to teach disadvataged kids and youngsters by our own example to be self-sustaining. To instil in them a sense of self- worth and dignity of labour .To provide a nurturing and stimulating environment for their holistic development as contributing members of the community.
54 Khoj Foundation,New Delhi http://khojworkshop.org/ NGO works like Teaching at Traffic Signals, Life skills Education , Spread a Smile, Education Trips,Health and Hygiene ,Awareness Programs ,Networking and Partnering
55 Lanco Foundation,Haryana http://www.lancogroup.com/ Responding to the needs of the underprivileged in the areas of education, health, drinking water, and disability for the overall development of the community.
56 Lions Eye Hospital,Ghaziabad (U.P.) http://www.lionseyehospital.com/ It is a charitable hospital where cataract operations are performed, both for the poor as well as self-supporting people. There are camps held every alternate day in which the people from the suburbs (150 km from the hospital) are tested for cataract.
57 Make A Difference (MAD) ,Delhi http://makeadiff.in/ Make A Differencewe work with Children at Risk in orphanages and street shelters,while at the same time, developing leadership talent among youth in India.
58 Mahila Pratiraksha Mandal, Delhi It has Crèches for children and Family counseling centre(FCC) for solving family issues.
59 MANOHAR BAL MANDIR SAMITEE,Sri Ganganagar (Rajasthan) 9414093457 Prime motive of the NGO is to provide education to underprivileged children.NGO heads a school and a college. It also runs a de-addiction centre and animal husbandry.
60 NAMI India,Mumbai http://www.namiindia.in/ whose basic aim is to inform the society about mental illness and help people to find the right cure. It collaborates with SAKSHAM rehabilitation and research center to provide people the correct and required treatment for the type of mental illness they are suffering from.
61 Nav Nari Jagriti Sansthan,Delhi http://navnarijagritisanstha.com It is an NGO for Rural Development, Social Services, Child Welfare Services and Welfare for the Rural Woman, Rural Education and Self Employment.
62 NavAbhiyan,New Delhi Mrs. Madhu Sahi (+9199100112463) NavAbhiyan is a voluntary organisation working for the upliftment of the weaker section of Society.
63 PAHAL,New Delhi http://pahalindia.org/ Pahal India is committed to take up projects to improve the lives of the less privileged men, women and children and empower them to lead a life of good health, dignity and self –respect
64 Pardada Pardadi Educational Society Bulandshahr (U.P.) 9368029603 Upliftment of backward classes as well as improving environmental conditions of the community towards better health care facilities, increased awareness and knowledge of the society and the democracy.
65 PEACE Institute charitable trust, New Delhi http://peaceinst.org aims at promoting the conservation of nature
66 Prakash Foundation,New Delhi http://prakashfoundationngo.org/ The NGO basically holds workshops for underprivileged children in creative arts as well as programs that enhance the self confidence and development of the child.
67 PRATHAM DELHI EDUCATION INITIATIVE,New Delhi http://www.pratham.org/ provide quality education to the underprivileged children of India.
68 Prayas,Jalandhar (Punjab) 0181-2672235 Special school for mentally disabled children
69 Rajasthan Cancer Society,Jaipur (Rajasthan) 2622783 patient education, professional education, creating awareness, prevention, rehabilitation and support for cancer patients.
70 Rajwanti Public Academy,Meerut(U.P.) http://www.jcbschool.org/ better lives of impoverished children through improving literacy and vocational skills.
71 Rashtriya Jankalyan Sansthan New Delhi 75030030471 Aim isto work towards achieving literacy, eradicating poverty, empowering women, and uplifting and instilling confidence among the weaker sections of the society.
72 Rashtriya Pragya Drishti Sansthan,New Delhi http://www.rpdsansthan.org/ which helps blind people by providing computer education,vocational training and typing training.
73 Rotary City,Sri Ganganagar (Rajasthan) NGO works on activities like Polio drops for small children, Eye donation campaign, Blood donation camp, other community welfare camps etc.
74 SARD- Society for All round developement,New Delhi http://sard.org.in/ Increasing the participation of minorities disadvantaged communities in mainstream development processes. Sard ’s goal is to empower these groups, particularly women and adolescent girls, by improving their access to quality education and health services; providing vocational training; introducing micro-credit schemes; and promoting environmentally sustainable income generating activities.
75 Sarthak Prayas,New Delhi 9310311354 Works in area like Mission Save Life,Build A Foundation,Second Innings Centre,Green India/Healthy India
76 Sarv Janhit Samaj Kalyan Samiti,Delhi Sh. Sushil Sharma, 9810447042 The NGO is committed for the overall growth of the underprivileged and disadvantaged sections of the society within the vicinity by providing them vocational skills in the field of Garment Fabrication, Computer Fundamentals, Beautician, Cutting & Sewing and spoken English with communication skills.
77 Save Earth,New Delhi 9818171695 The Foundation is dedicated to serve less privileged people and making every possible effort to protect the environment. The selfless, dedicated, committed, vigilant staff and volunteers of The Earth Saviours Foundation are working day and night for community welfare.
78 Save the Children,New Delhi https://www.savethechildren.in/ The main motive of this NGO is Child Survival, Child Protection, Education and Responding to Emergencies and Disaster Risk Reduction.
79 Sewa Bharti,New Delhi http://sewabharti.org/ The target groups of SEWA BHARTI include Adivasis, Dalits, Women, Children, Rural Artisans, Small farmers, Marginal farmers, and youths. The thrust area of the organization includes empowerment of communities, secure sustainable livelihoods, promotion of micro- finance, curative, primitive, preventive health care, advocacy and lobby, promotion of societal peace, alternative energy option, community based calamity preparedness, promotion of people’s culture and research and documentation.
80 Shakuntlam , Neww Delhi 9582981919 Ayurvedic health care center that provides unique natural therapies based on different ages for several diseases like Back pain, obesity, DM, Asthama, Spondylitis, Rhinitis and skin diseases etc.
81 SNEHA , Mumbai www.snehamumbai.org Investing in women's health is essential to building viable urban communities.
82 SOS Children's Village, Faridabad Haryana http://www.soschildrensvillages.in/ The organization's work focuses on abandoned, destitute and orphaned children requiring family-based child care.
83 SPYM(earlier Rakshak), New Delhi 8800373454 , 9717900000 reach out to the most disadvantaged sections in our society. The main purpose is to enable people to maximize their potential, increase their abilities and enhance human dignity by providing quality services within available resources.
84 Tara India ,Delhi http://www.taraindia.org/ Boys of age group 6-18 are provided education, shelter and other basic facilities. Children of age group 3-10 from poor financial backgrounds are provided with better upbringing, financial support for better education, food and shelter.
85 Teach India (Teach to Lead) , Delhi http://www.teachforindia.org/ The initiative focuses on promoting volunteerism and imparting spoken English skills to underprivileged youth to enhance their employability.
86 The Delhi Society for the Welfare of Special Children (DSWSC), Okhla ,New Delhi http://dswspecialchildren.org/ Making differently abled children self reliant to the maximum extent possible in all spheres of life.
87 The Earth Saviours Foundation , New Delhi http://savearth.in/ Dedicated to serve less privileged people and make every possible effort to protect the environment.
88 The FootballLink Trust, Kalkaji New Delhi 9999079889 Help children by empowering them with various life & social skills through a fun sports-based platform under the protection & guidance of the Delhi Police that aids physical, mental and social development while keeping them away from crime and abuse.
89 The LOOMBA Foundation,Noida (U.P.) 0120-4688907, 4688908, 4688909 They help widows and their children regardless of race, gender or religion. Their aim is to eradicate cultural discrimination against widows, lobby governments to give widows their due pensions and rightful inheritances, empower widows through employment opportunities and educate their children.
90 Udayan Care ,New Delhi http://www.udayancare.org/ Udayan Care believes all individuals have the right to develop their full potential, while giving back to society
91 Ummeed Aman Ghar for Boys(Parent NGO Aman Biradari),New Delhi http://www.amanbiradari.org/ The NGO provides food, shelter, clothing, housing, and more importantly education to the children from the street.
92 Upkarita Seva Samiti , Kanpur Upkarita focuses on the lives of children and women and has many projects for their betterment. A primary school has been started providing free education along with books, uniform, mid-day meals to children whose families cannot afford the same.
93 Vanprashta old age home(Parent NGO Elders Home Society ) ,New Delhi 9311213317 (Mrs. P Mendiratta) It is an old age home.
94 Vishwas Vidhalaya and Resource Center, Gurgaon ,Haryana http://www.vishwasindia.org/ To promote the rights of education and integrate children with special needs and normal children for inclusive education.