This Diwali With NGOs In Rajasthan: Diwali is a five-day-long festival celebrated by every Indian all around the globe. It is all about lights, joy, and happiness. Diwali is one of the most exuberant and spirited festivals when everyone buys gifts for themselves and their loved ones. The preparation starts preceding the festival like house cleaning, buying home decor, and revamping every corner of your home.
This Diwali won’t be any like previous years due to pandemic making it difficult to go out and shop. Though many online shopping platforms have come up with the best offers for the rescue. Also, the pandemic has shaken up the entire economy of the country. It made life tough for the poorest sections of society, many low-income families living in shanty areas lost their daily wages, and many others depending on either government support or private charity.
Therefore, let’s celebrate this Diwali by aiding the poor and needy people. Several NGOs in Rajasthan regularly enhance the lives of the less fortunate by donating and helping them financially. Then this Diwali, volunteer, and make donations with a few NGOs in Rajasthan and discover the joy of giving.
These NGOs in Rajasthan have been functioning for a good cause, so celebrate and receive blessings from them this festive season:
Narayan Seva Sanstha, Udaipur, NGOs In Rajasthan
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Firstly, Narayan Seva Sanstha is an NGO that aims at eradicating ground problems of education and providing free education and meals to the deaf and dumb. It also teaches life skills and professional skill development to blind and differently-abled people. Narayan Seva Sanstha has more than 480 branches in India established in 1985. It initially served the physically and emotionally disadvantaged patients with free of cost treatments. It facilitates with more than 1100 beds in the hospital of the organisation.
Contact details: +91-7023509999
Secondly, this organization is fighting for the human dignity of all the mentally and physically challenged. It also works for education, rehabilitation, and empowering differently able children. Today it servers directly to more than 2600 children and 40,000 children indirectly through its four centers. Also, it indirectly serves over 20,000 families in the community by providing health camps, adult education, vocational training, BAL clubs, and community services.
Contact details: +91-141-2711018
Gram Chetna Kendra, Jaisalmer, NGOs In Rajasthan
Gram Chetna Kendra is working on issues related to education, healthcare, and government services. It has served for more than 30 years, by spreading their assistance across 791 villages of Rajasthan. It mainly aims at generating literacy and social justice.
Contact Details: 91 1424 282234
Apna Ghar Ashram, Bharatpur
This organization was found with a mission to give shelter and necessities of life to the homeless, oppressed, mentally, and physically challenged people. Currently, about 458 men and 1004 women live in Ashram. There are 17 ashrams in the country helping in various categories like mentally challenged, sick, handicapped, injured, people with HIV/AIDS, and healthy people as well.
Contact Details: 91 94147 14470
Positive Women Network, Jaipur
This organization is an all India network for HIV positive women. It concentrates on the lifestyle of women and children with HIV/AIDS. Positive Women Network helps them by fighting for their rights and making society sensible about their needs. It started when Rajasthani women infected with HIV had unresolved issues.
Contact Details: 91 141 6401111
Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti, Udaipur
The reason for developing this organization is to establish a society where people are educated, healthy, and empowered. They work in multiple fields like child development, livelihood enhancement, poverty eradication, rural development, natural resource management, skill enhancement, agriculture and livestock management, drinking water source creation, microcredit, and many more. Till now 30,000 tribal families have benefited from their programs. This organization has reached 7 schools, 12 colleges, and about 641 villages.
Contact Details: 91 294 2411165
Vimukti Sanstha, Jaipur
Among many NGOs in Rajasthan, this Jaipur based NGO aims to provide literacy and education to vulnerable and underprivileged girls. Their mission is to make them self-reliant and self-employed citizens. Almost every student belongs to a socially backward class including the minority. Vimukti Sanstha works with around 600 girls aged between 5 to 17 years.
Contact Details: 91 98872 49992
Seva Mandir, Udaipur
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Seva Mandir continues to work with communities to develop deeper relationships within the diverse village groups. COVID-19 created an unexpected opportunity for village institutions to create a dialogue with the returned youth on village issues and engage them. Read our interesting experience from Kankroli, approximately 69 km away from Udaipur on a recent collaboration between village elders and youth in repairing a common village asset. https://bit.ly/3pssymS #youth #togetherwecan #kankroli #rajsamand #udaipur #pastureland#constructivework #sevamandir #india #ngo #Rajasthan #kumbhalgarh #village #commonassets #deeperconnection #covid_19 #pastureland
Seca Mandir is India’s ranking development organization working with more than 360,000 people across 700 villages of Rajasthan. Among them, 90% of people rely on agriculture and manages to live with Rs. 20 a day. They have programs on health, governance, education, sustainable use of natural resources, women empowerment, child care, and many more.
Contact Details: 91 94147 57921
Rajasthan Mahila Kalyan Mandal Sanstha, Ajmer
Rajasthan Mahila Kalyan Mandal Sanstha/NGO began in 1975 when a flash flood hit the holy city of Ajmer in Rajasthan. It is a voluntary organization community development strategies of Mahatma Gandhi. It aspires to enhance the lives of rural people and differently-abled people. They provided education to 750 mentally challenged children.
Contact Details: 91 01452794481
It started in 2001 with a target to help children. Though they expanded their fields where the need was felt. Vatsalya works in healthcare, treatment of HIV/IDS, vocational training to young ones, child rights-related programs, and many more. In 2013-14, it received the 5th Rajasthan Energy Conservation Award for its work on energy conservation by the Department of Energy, Government Rajasthan. Celebrate this Diwali with one of these NGOs in Rajasthan.
Contact Details: 91 141 2701794
We hope that this article motivates you to spend some time at an NGO. For the people on Rajasthan, please visit these NGOs in Rajasthan.
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