Corporate Social Responsibility
- Corporate Social Responsibility
We have teamed up with below four NGO’s and are focusing on promoting gender equality, empowering women, setting up old age homes, day care centers and such other facilities for senior citizens and also ensuring quality life and holistic care for children with cancer and their families throughout their cancer journey
These also include measures for reducing inequalities faced by socially and economically backward group by providing quality education including special education and employment strengthening vocation skills among underprivileged and the differently abled children
Jeevan Sandhya Mangalya Sansthan is a public trust founded by a group of Vipassana Sadhaks dedicated towards serving senior citizen by providing old age home and such other facilities. At present there are 100 of senior citizens residing at their old age home. Ashram has its own ambulance and mini hospital for immediate treatment on the premises. Their goal is that the life of senior citizen passes happily, peacefully and with self-respect.
Some of the facilities available are
Raksha Society is a society dedicated to serving children and young adults with intellectual and physical disability. Raksha imparts training for children through Raksha Special School and Raksha Institute of Special Education. The Teaching in the school is supported by Physiotherapy, Language and Communication and Behavior Support Unit
Raksha Vocational Training and Rehabilitation centre imparts skills/training needed to find job, maintain a job, perform specific tasks or practicing routine task required for their job. Vocational education is mostly non-academic in nature and related to specific trade, occupation or vocation.Raksha also works towards creating awareness about disabilities in the community by conducting seminars and workshops.
Raise India Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to promoting education and community development.
Through their project named "Shikshalaya," they aims to provide quality education to underprivileged children. With this belief, Shikshalya a Non-Formal Learning Centre is opened in Najafgarh, which is Free of Cost for all underprivileged children. Project Shikshalya is implemented in the form of after/before daily school. The Shikshalaya project was designed to address the educational needs of children who are currently unable to access quality education due to socio-economic challenges. Our holistic approach focuses on providing not only academic education but also fostering personal development, health awareness, and overall well-being.
Every Child under Project Shikshalya gets the following.
CanKids KidsCan is the National Society for Change for Childhood Cancer in India who works across the entire spectrum of Childhood Cancer Care.
Through their signature program YANA - You Are Not Alone – they provide holistic care for children with cancer and their families throughout the cancer journey and after by partnering with hospitals, medicals professionals and state government enabling the best standards of treatment, care and support.