Dignity Foundation aspires to create a society in which senior citizens feel secure, confident and valued. They help them to lead active lives through access to information, opportunities and social support services.
Bhumi is one of India’s largest independent volunteer-driven non-profits. They aim to build an equal and socially conscious society. Bhumi's 'Joy to the World' initiative attempts to fulfill the wishes of underprivileged children.
Saath is an NGO in India based in Ahmedabad. They work to empower marginalized communities by providing them livelihood skills, health, and education facilities. They work with close to 250 underprivileged children every year.
ISKCON Food Relief Foundation believes in providing children with the nutrition to support their education through the ‘Annamrita’ program. Their goal is that no child should be deprived of education due to poverty and hunger.
Charutar Arogya Mandal provides comprehensive and personalized health care at an affordable cost. CAM's Shree Krishna Hospital provides cancer care for patients from weaker economic groups.
Udayan care works with orphaned, abused, and homeless children. They help them overcome their personal tragedies through education, nutrition, and care. Their ‘Ghars’ or shelter homes aim at enabling children to re-integrate themselves and grow as responsible citizens.
J Watumull Global Hospital & Research Centre was started a view to deliver healthcare to all, irrespective of the patient's economic or social standing. They provide free treatment to patients from economically weak and rural families.
Deepalaya was started with the intention of providing quality education at affordable cost. They aspire for the children to look beyond slums and become self-reliant. The look forward to creating an equal and sensitive society.
GiveIndia periodically disburses donations received to the NGOs who in turn utilize it for the respective programs. A report with the details on the progress of the program and the beneficiary will be sent to you donors within 3 to 6 months of your donation.
NGOs mostly do welcome visitors to the beneficiary communities. Having said that, they do not allow the donors to visit the specific beneficiaries that they have supported or sponsored, as it can often give rise to awkward situations for the beneficiary.
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