What we do

We take care for

We run shelter homes, schools and a reasonable mess that helps such needy young people. We also have our helpline offices that can be approached at any time.

We Find & Fund

We are in search of opportunities to help as many youths as possible. We approach and fund all those who are in need.

We Educate

Today’s youth need a helpful hand and right guidance at every stage. Here’s where we take care of them like our own.

We Provide Care

We build schools for the underprivileged children so they are encouraged to attend school with their friends.

We Consult

We run small-scale schools for the underprivileged children and youth of daily wage workers for a better future.

We Build Schools

We run organizations where we employ youngsters so they can live their dreams for themselves and their families.

We Strengthen

We believe that education, and employment gives people an inner strength to lead a better life.

What we care for

New life for children, in a new land

We have built shelter homes in different regions so children can move out of undeveloped areas to live, study and work in bigger and better cities.

A new future for exploited children

Children and youngsters who are exploited in their early days need a helping hand and support for their mental health. We take them out of this zone to give them a better life.

Bringing dreams within reach for children

The underprivileged children do not have access to required financial help and resources needed to live the life of their dreams. We help them with everything they’ll need to live their dreams.
  • To nurture nature by developing, conserving, and protecting nature and the environment.
  • To undertake programs for the protection and development of nature and the natural environment.
  • To raise awareness among the public about current environmental issues and solutions.
  • To run programs and projects to provide clean and potable drinking water to the public.
  • To take measures to protect, conserve, and develop natural water resources, such as lakes, rivers, canals, swamps, marshes, reservoirs, ponds, and public inland water sources.
  • To undertake, manage, and run tree planting projects.
  • To promote tree planting projects, cleanliness drives, sanitation campaigns, and pollution prevention activities.
  • To run programs and undertake conservation projects to prevent noise pollution, air pollution, and water pollution.
  • To work to stabilize the earth’s climate, combat climate change and global warming, and improve global and regional air quality, soil quality, water quality, and groundwater quality standards by reducing pollutant emissions.
  • To work to control pollution created by hazardous chemicals and other waste materials.
  • To undertake, run, and manage projects, schemes, and programs for solid waste processing, disposal, and solid waste management.

Environment Conservation and Protection

Educational Facilities, Infrastructures, and Programmes

  • To establish and manage educational institutions, including colleges, universities, and training centers, in the fields of education, medicine, paramedicine, nursing, engineering, management, law, media, computer, and information technology.
  • To provide financial assistance to deserving students, including scholarships, stipends, prizes, and loans, to help them pursue their studies.
  • To establish and manage schools of all levels of education.
  • To promote vocational education in educational institutions to lead to self-employment and better employment opportunities.
  • To operate, run, and support training centers, employment centers, and educational institutes that provide training, education, skills, and knowledge to help people get desired employment and income generation.
  • To establish, run, and manage resident hostels, schools, institutions, and training centers.
  • To establish, run, manage, and operate computer and information technology education and training centers, and skill development centers all over India.
  • To establish and manage medical and health institutions, including hospitals, dispensaries, maternity homes, clinics, child welfare centers, treatment centers, research centers, and diagnostic centers.
  • To provide health care, medical treatment, and other health-related services to the society and needy people.
  • To construct buildings and infrastructure for boarding and lodging for those who are interested in medical and health practices, health care, treatment, and training.
  • To organize, run, and promote yoga practices and programs to improve all types of health, including physical and mental health.
  • To operate ambulances, mobile clinics, and mobile check-up centers.
  • To work for better health and sanitation practices for the overall good of the society.
  • To organize awareness, checkup, treatment programs, camps, and other health awareness/treatment campaigns/programs to control and eradicate the use of alcohol, tobacco, drugs, and other harmful materials.
  • To establish, run, manage, undertake, and support health and treatment camps, de-addiction programs, campaigns, de-addiction centers (Nasha Mukti Kendra), rehabilitation centers, clinics, hospitals, therapy centers for the persons affected with intoxication, intemperance, and drug addictions.
  • To create awareness on AIDS and its prevention. To stop the spread of HIV. To care for those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.
  • To establish, setup, and run research centers, research, analysis, and development programs related to health and medical.

Health Facilities, Infrastructures, and Programmes

Child Rights and Child Development​

  • To reach out to homeless, underprivileged, and street children without any form of support to understand and analyze their life situation, socio-economic, psychological, and emotional needs.
  • To run programs and projects for the welfare and development of children, including creative and learning programs.
  • To provide support to needy children from economically weaker sections.
  • To provide opportunities for basic services, such as education, nutrition, skill training, recreation, and counseling, for the healthy growth and development of street and working underprivileged children, especially younger ones.
  • To raise awareness among underprivileged and street children about their problems and mobilize their potential to help themselves.
  • To work on child rights and raise awareness about child rights.
  • To establish orphanages for poor children and provide them with education.
  • To undertake, manage, and initiate programs for the empowerment and welfare of women.
  • To provide training, skill development programs, and courses to women and needy persons.
  • To provide social justice for women through education and awareness.
  • To help women and girls become self-reliant and self-sufficient through self-help groups and federations.
  • To support women’s entrepreneurship programs, projects, activities, and work for their economic, financial, and social upliftment, welfare, and development.
  • To provide training programs for women’s self-employment.
  • To work for the socio-economic upliftment of women.
  • To undertake activities for women’s empowerment and upliftment with the aim of making them self-reliant and independent.
  • To work to improve the status of women in society and to fight against female circumcision and victimization of girls and women.
  • To act as an instrument of socio-economic change and development through the provision of financial and social development services for the development of women.
  • To work for child development programs, to reduce infant mortality rates, to eradicate malnutrition in children, and to educate rural masses to invest and care for their girl children.
  • To undertake programs to save girl children and activities to curb female foeticide.
  • To support widow women and help them live better lives.
  • To run and manage stay homes and ashrams for widow women.
  • To support women suffering from domestic violence.

Empowerment of Women

Development and Welfare of Divyangjan - People with Disabilities (PwDs)​​

  • To work for the welfare and development of people with disabilities (PwDs).
  • To work in the field of mental health for children, women, adults, and people with mental illness, providing medical treatment, psychotherapy, counseling, and rehabilitation facilities.
  • To establish, promote, and run residential places, hostels, rehabilitation centers, residence cum educational centers, vocational and therapy centers for PwDs, providing them with health care, nutrition, food, clothing, and living and survival improvement facilities.
  • To work for special children with multiple disabilities, intellectual disability, autism, slow learners, hearing impaired, multiple disabilities, cerebral palsy, and Down syndrome.
  • To run, organize, manage, and establish training and education programs for the rehabilitation of people with disabilities.
  • To establish, run, and manage old age homes for the welfare and development of the elderly.
  • To raise funds for old age homes and to establish new ones.
  • To provide the elderly with awareness, health care, nutrition, food, clothing, education, and other assistance.
  • To empower the elderly to live independently and to contribute to their families, communities, and society.
  • To conduct welfare programs for the rehabilitation of the elderly.
  • To support senior citizens through door-to-door campaigns.

Welfare and Empowerment of Old Aged Persons

Cultrual Heritage

India boasts a rich and diverse cultural heritage that spans thousands of years. This heritage is characterized by its incredible variety of languages, religions, traditions, art forms, architecture, and more. Here are some key aspects of India’s cultural heritage:

India’s cultural heritage is a reflection of its history, diversity, and deeply rooted traditions. It continues to evolve while maintaining its connection to its historical roots.

General Social Empowerment and Welfare Objectives

  • Managing, undertaking, and running development programs for the welfare of underprivileged communities.
  • Mentoring and guiding youth to empower them for a brighter future.
  • Providing social, educational, and economic empowerment to the youth.
  • Conducting capacity building programs focused on youth to improve their economic and social status.
  • Working for animal welfare, protection, treatment, and facility development, including stray and forest animals.
  • Providing shelter, food, water, and rescue services for stray animals, including cows and dogs.
  • Establishing and managing Gaushalas with necessary facilities for cows’ treatment and care.
  • Preserving wildlife and protecting natural habitats for animals, birds, and plants.
  • Creating, running, and managing IT-related projects for the government, social organizations, and the public.
  • Promoting computer education and information technology through diverse activities.
  • Planning, managing, and conducting research programs for human welfare.
  • Undertaking renewable energy projects for sustainable solutions.
  • Initiating agricultural and natural resources development programs.
  • Promoting, maintaining, and developing traditional art, craft, culture, and heritage.
  • Supporting the socio-economic development of artists, artisans, and craftsmen.
  • Implementing empowerment programs for minority communities with support from various entities.
  • Running programs to empower minority communities and promote their welfare.
  • Undertaking various welfare and economic developmental projects for socially and economically backward minority individuals.
  • Collaborating with the government and public sector to implement development and welfare programs.
  • Establishing libraries and reading rooms in needy communities.
  • Managing and running government schemes and projects, including municipal corporations.
  • Establishing, supporting, and managing Self Help Groups (SHGs) in rural and urban areas for microcredit and microfinance schemes.
  • Providing microcredit and microfinance programs for rural and urban development, empowering economically disadvantaged individuals.
  • Supporting microcredit and microfinance projects to provide small loans and credit to people.
  • Assisting youth in sports, health, and skill development programs, including sports, games, and yoga.
  • Promoting road safety, traffic awareness, and education initiatives.
  • Ensuring safe, efficient, and comfortable movement on roads.
  • Minimizing traffic mishaps for better public health.
  • Implementing initiatives to control road accidents and epidemics, saving lives.
  • Fighting against exploitation, injustice, and corruption in society.
  • Organizing tournaments and competitions to promote sports and games.
  • Arranging exhibitions, workshops, seminars, conferences, and camps to achieve Trust objectives.
  • Conducting training sessions, seminars, symposia, and lectures for Trust objectives.
  • Supporting human rights organizations and issues.
  • Undertaking programs and activities to promote human rights norms and standards.
  • Combating exploitation, injustice, and corruption in society.
  • Creating ad-films, documentaries, promotions, corporate films, and cultural programs for social development and human rights.
  • Establishing and operating Trust branches at various levels.
  • Collaborating and coordinating with government and public agencies and services.
  • Preparing informative material like documentaries, photographs, posters, and publications.
  • Documenting, producing, and circulating information through various media for public use.
  • Providing relief and assistance during natural calamities and donating to relief work.
  • Offering food, clothes, education, and hostel facilities to underprivileged students.
  • Distributing free medicines, food, and clothes to needy individuals.
  • Soliciting and accepting donations to fulfill Trust objectives.
  • Promoting, assisting, and maintaining activities that align with Trust objectives for the nation’s welfare.
  • Publishing books, newspapers, magazines, and pamphlets to advance education and knowledge.
  • Publishing newspapers, magazines, and journals and reproducing works of art, literature, science, and crafts for imparting knowledge.
  • Documenting knowledge base information and databases for social organizations.
  • Developing and maintaining websites, blogs, and information systems for like-minded organizations.
  • Utilizing funds for programs related to Trust objectives and investments that contribute to the main goals.
  • Providing technical, financial, and professional training to rural and urban communities for an improved standard of living.
  • Organizing income and employment generation activities.
  • Promoting and supporting organizations with similar objectives.
  • Undertaking all lawful activities conducive to the Trust’s objectives.