Support the Specially-abled with an NGO

Support the Specially-abled with an NGO
Last Date Oct 30,2014 18:30 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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This task gives you the unique opportunity to volunteer for a local organisation for the specially-abled. Support our specially-abled fellow-citizens by dedicating your time and ...

This task gives you the unique opportunity to volunteer for a local organisation for the specially-abled. Support our specially-abled fellow-citizens by dedicating your time and skills to make their lives better.

Compile your personal experience, best practices and success stories of the NGO in a report along with photographs and submit here.

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Ranajit Naik 5 years 9 months ago

associated with an NGO called Karnataka Hemophilia Society.. Cost of care involved in the treatment of this disease is enormous.This space is too short for me to communicate.INDIGENOUS CLOTTING FACTOR PRODUCTION CAN CHANGE MANY LIVES.

Ankit Sanghavi 5 years 9 months ago

Namaste !
I am a volunteer of NSS (National Service Scheme) of our college. We have our event of Rakhi-selling during the festival of Raksha Bandhan. The rakhis and other accessories exhibited are made by students of Shri. Vallabhdas Dagara Institute for Specially-abled. As the NSS unit being a NPO, all the income of our 4 day event goes to the institute.Here are some snaps of the event

Ranjita Lingsugur 5 years 9 months ago

I am a part of an NGO called MAD (make a difference). IT is an amazing initiative that has been taken to help the underprivileged with their studies by providing them with after school support. This organization also helps kids realize their dreams and their true potential. I would be extremely honored if I were able to contribute much more than this.

sudarshan Jha 5 years 9 months ago

I am associated with an NGO named Santosh set up for help of mentally challenged child. In India we recognised only phisical specially abled child. However, a major challange is to help a child with mental disorder. The number is growing due to society is not well aware, lack of facility for them to become self reliant. These child are abandon by there near and dear.

Kirti Desai 5 years 9 months ago

Donated for starting special school for MR child 1st in valsad dist. in1992. for vocational traning donated candel making dies and doormet making machin. 1st special olympic of Valsad Dist.(Gujarat). sponser by us in 2006 trough Sharddha chartable trust valsad. TV star child Jai Chhanyaara programe oraganised at vapi GIDC and BM institute Ahmedabad March 2007 & April 2007. 1st,2nd & 3rd Regional parent meet at Junagadh, Surat & Rajkot.
3rd national parent meet at Aurangabad of Parivar Group.

Pradeep Aggarwal 5 years 9 months ago

We are glad to share that Indian Physically Challenged Cricket team has participated and conducted several International tournaments, our team toured Pakistan and South Africa for series of Matches and invited Pakistan team to India, our team is going to participate in the Asia Cup at Pakistan from 9th November to 16th November 2014, about 4 test playing countries are going to take part in this tournament.We request your esteemed sports Ministry to support and recognize Physically challenged

Pradeep Aggarwal 5 years 9 months ago

We at PCCAI are dedicated for expanding and promoting the game and increase its visibility in our country and among various nations. Ours is just a non-government organization and do not have any from the Board of Cricket Control of India, but still have enough ambitions and commitment to bring glory to these handicapped youths all over the world. Our association`s responsibilities include management of the game at the highest level and the organization of various domestic tournaments

Anil Choubey 5 years 9 months ago

We (parents of children having genetic disorder Prader Willi Syndrome) formed a NGO trust, funded by parents who can contribute. We got associated with international body IPWSO, to get recent updates. We educate parents on how to take care of children suffering from PWS. We contacted many doctors all over India, and there are many reputed endocrinologists together with us give proper guidance to families as there is no cure so far for this disorder. In 2-3 years we organize family get together.

Anirudh Shetty 5 years 9 months ago

I have mentioned in my earlier response about the AIDS rehab centre.
I want to add that I have not disclosed the name of the AIDS shelter home so that it won't be revealed. That will add to their troubles.

We at NGO Supersouls
Are doing what we can. With some fund raising campaigns plannes.

But we need a long term pkan which needs Government's help.

Please look into this. Contact me for details.

Anirudh Shetty.
98 92 020119

Anirudh Shetty 5 years 9 months ago

Am a lead volunteer at a NGO in Mangalore, Karnataka.
I want to bring to the government's notice the pathetic condition of a AIDS shelter home here.
We are working hard to support this place, but need some help from government.
The officials at the shelter home do not disclose the place as AIDS rehab to prevent complaints from the narrow minded neighbors.
The shelter home is a rented place with 70,000 rent due. A fear of they being asked to move out.
Deteriorating health & Deaths often &..