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Yuva Parivartan
By Mrinalini Kher
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I am the Hon. Secretary of the organization for the past 30 years.
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I am the Hon. Secretary of the organization for the past 30 years. And together with my husband Kishor Kher – grandson of the late founder, we founded ‘Yuva Parivartan’ – a skills training programme for semi-literate youth to transform their livelihood prospects. The earliest experience was an eye opener. Adult literacy classes were being held all over the community we serve in Bandra East, Mumbai. Learning the 3R’s encouraged the women and girls to learn vocational skills. When young women became auxiliary nurses and beauticians it was the most satisfying experience. Realising the latent potential in illiterate women and girls, encouraged us to find our calling of Yuva Parivartan.
Nominated NGO: Kherwadi Social Welfare Association
Yuva Parivartan
By Mrinalini Kher
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Water takes a village
By Gazala Paul
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During a field visit to Rapar block of Kutch, we saw a village where there had been no water supply
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During a field visit to Rapar block of Kutch, we saw a village where there had been no water supply for 15 days. People had not bathed for 9-10 days and the water for drinking was not potable. We decided to bring the community together and work on local ways of conserving water by reviving traditional water structures, such a wells, ponds and step wells. These are sustainable community-led solutions that ensure better management and control of supply. So far, we have constructed 188 ponds, 228 dug wells and 2 step wells.
Nominated NGO: SAMERTH
Water takes a village
By Gazala Paul
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Nominated NGO: SAMERTH
The power of kindness
By Anubha Sharma
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At 15 I read the story of a French national living in Kolkata who had adopted 5 street kids.
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At 15 I read the story of a French national living in Kolkata who had adopted 5 street kids. From being beggars on the street corners, these kids were studying in the best school in the city and were excelling at sports – which is why the article had been published. This story struck me for the choice the man had made to change the lives of children who weren’t his own. Giving them security and a regular home had made all the difference. Here was a man who had the power and the means and he used them to make a difference. Many don’t – I realized it even then. I admired in him the ability to be able to go beyond himself and found it extremely inspiring.
Nominated NGO: Angel Xpress Foundation
The power of kindness
By Anubha Sharma
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Birthday Celebrations
By Sona Kirti Kumar
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Sona Sarovar Trust approached Karnataka Bank to open Zero Balance Account for their children. The
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Sona Sarovar Trust approached Karnataka Bank to open Zero Balance Account for their children. They were asked to provide certain documents, including Birth Certificate. When children & parents were asked to provide the Birth Certificate, they drew a blank face. When the School authorities were approached , they too expressed their inability to provide. The principal said that in case they insist on Birth Certificates, these kids would be either working or begging. Teacher called their parents, many of whom didn't remember their date of birth or give vague answers like he was born during Ganpati festivals, 4-5 years back etc.. Most of them were born at home in villages so their birth record couldn't be traced. Trust started following up with the parents for the Birthday Certificates as they would not be able to appear for SSC without it. Slowly children started submitting the Birth Certificates Once 1 of my friend wanted to celebrate her son's birthday in the class. The children were very delighted, clapped their hands, even sang the song. Trustees decided to celebrate children's birthday on a monthly basis. They find out their dates of birth & fix up a date for the celebration. Teacher bakes a cake, decorate it with Gems etc.. Trustees ask for their choice of food & cook it, Puri Bhaji, Pav Bhaji, Fruit cream etc. They get props like Birthday Banner, caps etc from friends The children cut the cake, they are given gifts, they serve food in the class & have fun. They are very strict about wastage. So serve them little portions but allow them to have as much as they can eat. Their Motto is making the children happy. It is a Memorable Day for the children
Nominated NGO: Sona Sarovar Trust
Birthday Celebrations
By Sona Kirti Kumar
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Nominated NGO: Sona Sarovar Trust
Pleasure of Mind
By Ms. Priyanka Prakash Jethe
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I feel proud to be associated with a NGO struggling hard to preserve our traditional Bhajan (whi
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I feel proud to be associated with a NGO struggling hard to preserve our traditional Bhajan (which is disappearing since the Bollywood remix music is catching heartstrings of youngsters) & to encourage experts in this field by organization of Bhajan Competition since my childhood i.e. last 23 years. A bhajan literally means "sharing" & has no prescribed form, or set rules, is in free form, normally lyrical and based on melodic ragas. Bhajan texts are often didactic and autobiographical. The former suggest idealized behaviors for bhaktas (devotees) to imitate, while the latter cite examples from the lives of famous bhaktas such as Mirabai. Sometimes, deities such as Krishna or Rāma are the subject of bhajan texts, with stories from their lives as examples for devotees. It belongs to a genre of music & arts that developed with Bhakti movement. Ideas from scriptures, legendary epics, the teachings of saints & loving devotion to a deity are the typical subjects of bhajans. The saints of the Bhakti movement are credited with pioneering many forms of bhajans, but bhajans have been widely composed anonymously & shared as a musical & arts tradition.. Some Bhajan songs are centuries old, popular on a pan-regional basis, passed down as a community tradition, while others are newly composed. Everyone in Hindu tradition is free to compose a Bhajan with whatever ideas or in praise of any deity of their wish, but since they are sung, they typically follow meters of classical Indian music, the raga and the tala to go with the musical instruments. Bhajans have been influenced at various times by the teachings of saints such as Chaitanya, Haridas, Tulsidas, Soordas, Mira, and Kabir, whose songs are still sung today. They form a part of contemporary Hinduism. I will request you to give helping had to this NGO who has clear vision for welfare of our society as a whole.
Nominated NGO: VIJAY KRIDA MANDAL
Pleasure of Mind
By Ms. Priyanka Prakash Jethe
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Nominated NGO: VIJAY KRIDA MANDAL
Career guidance
By Kishor Palve
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There is one incident I recall when I started personally going for school sessions, sharing my journ
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There is one incident I recall when I started personally going for school sessions, sharing my journey with students. They were very curious to know and understand how I started my career. That day I decided to help adolescents and youth, and guide them to choose suitable careers. Today Bright Future is a big organisation touching thousands of lives in Mumbai. I plan to reach out to 1 lac adolescents and youth in the coming years.
Nominated NGO: Bright Future
Career guidance
By Kishor Palve
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Nominated NGO: Bright Future
My Giving Story
By Amita Chauhan
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There are hundreds of causes and thousands of NGOs doing good work in so many fields that there’s al
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There are hundreds of causes and thousands of NGOs doing good work in so many fields that there’s always a question of what to support. However, some causes are so clear in their impact that it only makes GOOD SENSE to give to them and SNEHA’s work in malnutrition is one of them. My name is Amita Chauhan and while I am an emotional person, I tend to be a logical and practical giver. So when I learned that the first 1000 days of a baby’s existence were the most vital for the brain to develop, and for that to happen nutritious and calorific food is required, I could easily get behind this cause. This 1000 day investment in a child’s life could ensure better learning outcomes, more academic success and a brighter future. Just think of the number of adults today whose only fault was that they didn’t receive the correct nutrition at the mot vital stage of their lives. Then I think of it on an even larger scale - if we want our economy to grow, our people to flourish and our country to become fully developed, we need each person to be an active participant and to reach their full potential. Where would we have been today, if fifty years ago there was no malnutrition? Hunger is a TERRIBLE thing and it moves me but what also moves me is the lost potential of lakhs of children, for whom a consistent and affordable intervention could have made all the difference. SNEHA’s process and research driven approach, that works closely with government, to reach thousands of beneficiaries is an exemplary model of a malnutrition intervention. If you also wish to support SNEHA you can donate here: https://www.smallchange.ngo/ngos/sneha/
Nominated NGO: SNEHA (Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Action)
My Giving Story
By Amita Chauhan
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Grant a child a healthy start
By Purab Kohli
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I was blessed to have witnessed first hand the birthing of my child.
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I was blessed to have witnessed first hand the birthing of my child. There is nothing in my life that has measured up to the intensity of it, so much as to make it a truly divine experience. Our daughter Inaya was born at home (In London the medical system encourages home deliveries) amongst fantastic medical facilities setup for us. We realize we are lucky to have the choice and the resources to make it safe right through the delivery and provide the best for our children in their first and very important years. Today, Our daughter is a healthy & charming three-year-old. I do realize that not all pregnant women, babies and children around the world are as lucky. In my own hometown in Mumbai, only 50% of women receive antenatal care and one in four children are malnourished. I have always been keen to contribute to the health of the underprivileged and that is when I came across SNEHA. A remarkable organization founded by doctors and pediatricians, SNEHA works with 2 lakh marginalized people every year. SNEHA offers health education and counseling to pregnant women and mothers of young children and improves government systems, to deliver better quality services to women and children. It has helped over 52,000 pregnant women with high-risk complications to deliver safely through its referral networks and has screened over 42,500 children for malnutrition. I have run a couple of marathons to raise funds for SNEHA and it has been immensely satisfying to contribute to such a great cause. On a personal level, I have spent time with their dedicated staff who go about doing their work in a selfless, motivated manner. I would be immensely obliged if you could ‘give’ to SNEHA, however small the amount, so that they can continue their incredible work and reach and support many more women and children in realizing good health and potential. Just like my Inaya, all children deserve a healthy and well-nourished childhood! You can donate here: https://www.smallchange.ngo/ngos/sneha/
Nominated NGO: SNEHA (Society for Nutrition Education and Health Action)
Grant a child a healthy start
By Purab Kohli
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Learning to walk
By Ranjana Kamble
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I was crippled due to Polio in both legs. We lost my father and we had no income.
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I was crippled due to Polio in both legs. We lost my father and we had no income. My mother started working as a part-time maid to feed her three children. Her income was not enough to pay for my treatment. For 22 years I could not stand on my own feet. My mother had to carry me everywhere. It was very demoralising for me. We approached Sona Sarovar Trust for help. They got me admitted to Nanavati Hospital, where I was treated. After two weeks of treatment, I walked out on my own feet with the help of crutches. It was the happiest day of my life! They also got me a sewing machine. I learnt how to use it and I now earn my own income. Instead of being a burden on my family, I am helping them lighten their load. Sona Sarovar have continued to be there for me every time I’ve needed crutches or shoes.
Nominated NGO: Sona Sarovar Trust
Learning to walk
By Ranjana Kamble
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Nominated NGO: Sona Sarovar Trust
MY GIVING STORY
By Pradeep Mukherjee
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For many years I have been supporting an orphanage and contributed regularly to CRY.
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For many years I have been supporting an orphanage and contributed regularly to CRY. While in both cases, one received news of how the institutions were making an impact, my own association was from a distance; writing out annual contributions but nothing more than that. About a decade ago, I volunteered to spend some time with SNEHA and the association transitioned from being a volunteer to an advisor to a member on the board of trustees. My giving to SNEHA has really been of an advisory nature around organizational and people aspects, answering questions that the leaders may have, coaching some of the people, asking questions at trustee meetings to better understand what they do and probably making suggestions which may make no sense but receive a nod of heads because the people are too nice to counter a trustee. What I have received in return though is immense. I have personally witnessed the passion in people at SNEHA to make a difference despite facing a number of hardships like working in the urban slums of Mumbai come rain or sun shine, dealing with different kind of communities with their own dynamics, dealing with government health systems while being focused on making an impact on health of women and children in these communities measured by metrics. I have seen and witnessed empathy in action, coupled with strong impact orientation. I have also seen how this organization has grown thanks to the wonderful people who lead it and work in it, ably guided by the founding ‘mothers’ who have made SNEHA the institution it is today. My simple point to all who are reading this is, when you give by being involved with the work and the people who are working for social causes, you get a lot in return and the giving is a lot more meaningful for all concerned. Happy Dann Utsav Celebration If you would like to donate to SNEHA click on https://www.smallchange.ngo/fundraiser/give-health-to-newborns-in-slums/
Nominated NGO: SNEHA (Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Action)
MY GIVING STORY
By Pradeep Mukherjee
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Complete a dream - Education
By Manoranjan Behera
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We are the members of AJSA (Anchalika Jana Seva Anusthan ) celebrating Daan Utsav at Govindpur prima
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We are the members of AJSA (Anchalika Jana Seva Anusthan ) celebrating Daan Utsav at Govindpur primary school of Sonepur district Odisha on the third day of #DaanUtsav. We have chosen this school because this school have 5 classes with a single teacher. And our members of AJSA happily joined in the school to spare some time with school children and provide them some knowledge on cleanliness and how the students can maintain their health and hygiene as well as their family members. Besides the students gathered the knowledge on environment protection and the benefits of plantation form our team members. Our operational area is coming under western Odisha the most backword tribal prone KBK regions of Odisha, India. And the tribal population have the least access of all regular services like pure drinking water health services and education facilities. Despite establishment of Govt. school buildings & temporary huts where schools run in verandas of households. The teachers are not regular due to lack of proper monitoring particularly girls education is in a dilapidated stage. No Government employee’s usually visit to those villages to improve the livelihood condition of poorest of poor sections. In a result, a 10th grade students can’t spell the spelling of Elephant. In this context AJSA Odisha started its initiative of Bridge School to combat against the situation of poor education. With the initiative of “Bridge School”programme, now around 1600 tribal children, migrant, SC & ST and Child Labour are getting basic education and the new perspective of education in the tribal villages of Bangomunda, Balangir and the scenario of the Bridge School areas has been changed. We are giving more emphasis to educate the girl child and school dropout/child labours of the tribal communities and bringing them to the forefront of the development.
Nominated NGO: Anchalika Jana Seva Anusthan
Complete a dream - Education
By Manoranjan Behera
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Creating Job Creators.
By Sharmila Chari
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I Create India, a not for profit organisation focusing on Entrepreneurship Training at Grassroots co
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I Create India, a not for profit organisation focusing on Entrepreneurship Training at Grassroots conducts training for retiring army Jawans. These jawans retire by the age of 40 when most people are in the peak of their career. I Create training gives them the opportunity for a second innings as an entrepreneur. The work that was started three years ago needs to be continued. And for this we are appealing to the socially conscious Institutions/organizations for monetary support. Please visit www.icreateindia.org for more information
Nominated NGO: Creating Job Creators
Creating Job Creators.
By Sharmila Chari
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Nominated NGO: Creating Job Creators
Armed with a smile
By Sona Kumar
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7-year-old Maykannan Perumal Harijan was born handicapped. He had only one arm.
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7-year-old Maykannan Perumal Harijan was born handicapped. He had only one arm. In January 2018, we started working for ragpicker's children and noticed his missing arm. We spoke to his parents who said that they couldn't get a disability certificate for him as there had been no accident case they could use as proof, and when Maykannan was born, the hospital did not mention he was born without an arm. With a little bit of research, we managed to trace the hospital and called them to issue the certificate. Finally, Maykannan’s parents were able to secure a disability certificate for him, which gave him a few privileges. We also got him an artificial arm with a motor. His innocent smile after wearing the arm lit up our lives.
Nominated NGO: Sona Sarovar Trust
Armed with a smile
By Sona Kumar
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Nominated NGO: Sona Sarovar Trust
Support to talent in rural areas
By Ms. Sheetal Ajay Bhovad
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I completed my education by selling flowers & garlands due to financial crises of my family.
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I completed my education by selling flowers & garlands due to financial crises of my family. As such, I used to support such students. I got opportunity to visit Pragat Vidya Mandir, Village Ramgad, Taluka Malvan, Dist. Sindhudurg, Maharashtra, India with the NGO viz. VIJAY KRIDA MANDAL to felicitate the student viz. Ms. Pratibha Parab (who was being supported by this NGO under Educational Sponsorship Scheme from 5th to 10th Std.) for securing 94.20 % marks in S. S. C. Examination & first rank in school. Total 3 students of this school secured more than 90 % marks in S. S. C. Examination. I feel proud that my contribution is going for the needy & talented students who perhaps could not avail this facility. I would like to appeal all to donate for this noble cause of Educational Sponsorship Program for students of rural areas.
Nominated NGO: VIJAY KRIDA MANDAL
Support to talent in rural areas
By Ms. Sheetal Ajay Bhovad
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Nominated NGO: VIJAY KRIDA MANDAL
Career guidance
By Kishor Palve
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There is one incident I recall when I started personally going for school sessions, sharing my journ
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There is one incident I recall when I started personally going for school sessions, sharing my journey with students. They were very curious to know and understand how I started my career. That day I decided to help adolescents and youth, and guide them to choose suitable careers. Today Bright Future is a big organisation touching thousands of lives in Mumbai. I plan to reach out to 1 lac adolescents and youth in the coming years.
Nominated NGO: Bright Future
Career guidance
By Kishor Palve
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Nominated NGO: Bright Future
A new family member
By Lisa Heydlauff
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Most recently, four puppies were left on the beach.
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Most recently, four puppies were left on the beach. Ana Banana was dragging her back legs, and without thinking much about it, with a friend, we picked her up and took her to the vet. They said she was not well. When I was asked “Are you putting her back on the street?” - that’s how we became four, along with Isadora and Viola – my other rescues dogs. It’s always at my lowest that a new puppy arrives, the giving – if we can call it – that is always unintended. It’s more like a desperation to be able to do something good when everything else feels so out of control. Giving is about the ability to do something about it, whatever it is, if you can – you should, you must.
Nominated NGO: Going to School
A new family member
By Lisa Heydlauff
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Nominated NGO: Going to School
A little seed of hope
By Amrita Sharma
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The episode that I recall doesn’t involve passing of any material goods but more of wisdom.
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The episode that I recall doesn’t involve passing of any material goods but more of wisdom. This is a conversation that I had with a village elderly in Kesave village, Barauni, Bihar during my post-graduation at Institute of Rural Management Anand. I was in deep anguish over the corruption that I observed in the village institutions. Rajnarayan Singh, our host in the village would talk to us every day about our experiences and observations. That day he heard my outburst and said something, which has stayed with me as a talisman. He said, the roots of corruption are very deep; if you go to fight it you may feel exhausted and discouraged after some time. What you could do is plant a seed of integrity next to it and nurture it with all the energy, conviction and love that you can muster. One day your sapling will also grow into an equally mighty and robust tree, the benefits of which humanity and society shall reap. Working on migration and labour issues when India is seeking faster growth rates and higher FDI by relaxing labour protection norms has not been easy. Our endeavor to find voice, visibility, dignity and safety for migrant workers is our little seed that we hope will grow and guide us on a more rewarding path.
Nominated NGO: Aajeevika Bureau
A little seed of hope
By Amrita Sharma
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Nominated NGO: Aajeevika Bureau
The Joy of Living
By Vanessa D'Souza
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My name is Vanessa. I grew up in the bustling city of Mumbai.
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My name is Vanessa. I grew up in the bustling city of Mumbai. It’s also a city of extremes – extreme wealth alongside extreme poverty. I grew up in a middle class home with middle class values. I recall every Christmas, two blind children from an orphanage would be brought home to spend X’mas with our family. We grew up helping family and friends along the way. After I graduated, like most youngsters, I joined the corporate world, lived a comfortable life, which in many ways cocooned me from much of Mumbai’s reality. It was many years later, when I offered to volunteer at an NGO SNEHA, based in Mumbai, that I got to see the stark realities of the living conditions of about 60% of Mumbai’s population. They live in squalor, struggling for day to day survival. They have no place in their tiny homes, but place in their large hearts. Whenever I visit the slums, I am always welcomed in with a bright and warm smile, offered tea or a cold drink, given the single chair in the house to sit on and made to feel very welcome. There is a deep acceptance of their conditions – their “karma”. A deep desire to improve their lives by working hard. A deep strength to overcome whatever life throws at them. This attitude inspires me. It makes me to want to reach out and help these people and I joined SNEHA. Over the past six years I’ve worked with so many inspiring women in the slums. I wonder whether we are giving them or they are giving us - teaching us what strength, generosity and love really is. Teaching us to live in communities, caring for and sharing with all around. They know the true joy of living. You can donate here:
Nominated NGO: SNEHA (Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Action)
The Joy of Living
By Vanessa D'Souza
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Achievement of Lata
By MS. SHRADDHA TAWADE
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I was very pleased to meet Ms.
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I was very pleased to meet Ms. Lata during my social project of PGDM-PHARMACEUTICAL MANAGEMENT (MARKETING). She was brought in Mumbai from native place by her husband in 1998 & sold to brothel owner who compelled her to enter in sex trade. She got married with regular partner who brought her to brothels of Ghatkopar & gave birth to 2 children. When the AIDS Prevention Project of the NGO viz. DISHA was initiated in June 2002, she resumed as Peer Educator in 2005 for giving information to Female sex workers about HIV-AIDS, providing condoms & clinical facilities. She was compelled to leave job since she had taken loan from brothel owner. She again resumed the duties as PE. The admission of her kids in boarding school for education was refused since she was in prostitution. Her elder daughter could get admission due to letter of NGO. She learned reading & writing when she decided to leave the prostitution & to resume as Staff in Septemebr 2008 & since then she is working with NGO. She took efforts to empower FSWs to realize their dignity & rights so that they cannot be misused by clients & stake holders by forming Seif Help Group viz. DISHA Mahila Bachat Gat which was registered with Govt. & received grant of Rs.10000/- & loan of Rs. 2,50,000/- (inclusive of subsidy). The same has been repaid & SHG received subsidy from Govt.. This SHG completed 2 years for working for Clean Mumbai Project of Municipal Corporation wherein some FSWs were employed. Ms. Lata received the CII Woman Exemplar Award 2014 in the field of Health for her catalytic efforts in bringing hope, inspiration, confidence and dignity to FSWs. The NGO has a plan to undertake various income generation programs for FSWs which are being lagged due to financial scarcity. I have secured good Job & has decided to take maximum efforts for this community. I request all to join this endeavor.
Nominated NGO: VIJAY KRIDA MANDAL
Achievement of Lata
By MS. SHRADDHA TAWADE
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Nominated NGO: VIJAY KRIDA MANDAL
Punching Toy
By Sona Kirti Kumar
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Sona Sarovar Trust runs Tuition Classes for slum children.
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Sona Sarovar Trust runs Tuition Classes for slum children. Besides study, these children are encouraged to take part in Art, Craft, sports etc.. Once a choreographer offered to teach these children so that they could dance in Bhaidas Hall during their Summer Function. 10 children started going for the rehearsals. Once the Trustee got a call from Choreographer that Parvin Khan, who was the lead dancers, was absent for a few days. Someone was sent to her house to find out the reason for her whereabouts. Since their house was locked, they couldn't gather any information. Trustee grew suspicious as a family of 10 members couldn't disappear all of a sudden. Neighbours informed that police had come & put all of them behind the bars since they were Bangladeshi & it was a case of illegal immigration. Police Officer informed that all adults & infants were in Jail & 3 adolescents were in Dongri Remand Home. Managing Trustee tried contacting Social workers for the children's bail but was told that only legal guardian could bail them out. She was told that the bail of the elders was approved but nobody in their community was prepared to come forward for fear of being caught & others did not want to mess up in this illegal affair. Finally, Sona Sarovar Trust got the mother bailed out. Through mother, the Managing Trustee could visit the children. The children had grown thinner in 15 days, with lice crawling on their faces. On seeing the Managing Trustee, whom they call Nani ( maternal grandmother) children broke down. Parvin told her "Nani, I was sure you would come to rescue us". It took 15 days to bail children out. Parvin went for rehearsal & on the 5th day danced on stage as a Lead Dancer.
Nominated NGO: Sona Sarovar Trust
Punching Toy
By Sona Kirti Kumar
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Nominated NGO: Sona Sarovar Trust
Seeing my mother
By Meenal Srinivasan
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My mother is a very generous person and has always helped people in need.
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My mother is a very generous person and has always helped people in need. When she was hospitalized, a blind couple she supported spent two hours searching for her room as they had come to "see" her. I do believe there is a return in every giving act you do that cannot be quantified.
Nominated NGO: Educo
Seeing my mother
By Meenal Srinivasan
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Nominated NGO: Educo