A Charity You Should Know About

 


A charity is one of the noblest deed that a man do in his life. Charity is to give others what is yours. It is a benevolent feeling, especially toward those in need of favor.


What Are The Benefits Of Charity / Donation?

A person gives happiness to receive happiness in return. When you give happiness to others, you will receive happiness. Whatever you give, you will get back. That is the rule.

The charity is beneficial for us as we can Experience More Pleasure, Help Others in Need, Promote Generosity in Children, Realize that Every Little Bit Helps, There are financial benefits when you donate to charity, Donating allows you to show gratitude.


What Are The Types Of Charity / Donations?

There are many types of charity and some of them are Charity of Food, Charity of Medical Care, Charity of Spiritual knowledge (Gyan daan), Fearlessness is the ultimate, Environmental charity, etc.


What Is The Relation Between Money and Charity?

The charity of money is included in gyan daan. When money is used to print books that impart knowledge, it is gyan daan. Yes, money is needed even to donate medicine. Money is needed for everything, but a donation of money for gyan daan is the highest.




How Much To Donate To Charity?

 A 'surplus' is when you give and you do not have to worry about it the next day. Only give if you think that you will not encounter any financial difficulties for the following six months or so, otherwise do not give. 

Donate whatever excess money you have towards a charitable cause because the money that is sitting in the bank will be of no benefit to you. If you donate your money you will not encounter any obstacles; if you give it to charity, it will be credited to your account (karmic account).


Charity: What’s the Relationship Between Giving and Receiving? 

Give and take is something heard by everyone. Helping others can boost our Self-Esteem, Donations Inspires to Manage Money Better, Sharing the generosity of giving to charity with your children.


NGOs

While it is difficult to know the exact number of NGOs in India, an exercise by the Indian Government found that at least 31 lakh NGOs are operational in our highly populated land of unity in diversity.

We have a plethora of volunteers working to the effect of social causes such as education, animal rights, disaster relief, and so on. This goes to show that social service and giving back to the community, quite in-built values in our culture, are feathers in our cap.


NGOs in India Doing Stupendous Work!

1. Smile Foundation

Formed in 2002, the smile foundation, among the top NGO in India, works intensively through focused welfare projects in four major areas : child education for poor children, healthcare for families,  skills training and livelihood for youth, and community engagement through women empowerment.


2. Nanhi Kali

Nanhi Kali is a sponsorship project that was started by Anand Mahindra in 1996, intending to break the vicious circle of poverty in India by educating the girl child. In partnership with 21 other NGOs that help the Nanhi Kali project to implement its cause, every sponsor gives a selected girl child the required academic and material support.


3. Give India Foundation

Give India Foundation was established in 2000, they are India’s most trusted giving platform. Their suite of products enables individuals to donate conveniently to any cause, directly on their platform, at their workplace, or through one of our partners.


4. Goonj

Listed by Forbes as India’s most powerful rural entrepreneur organization, Goonj has overtaken several milestones in adding value to the community in the past.

With the famous “Vastra Samman” program, Goonj has mobilized recyclable and re-usable items like clothes, books, grains, export surpluses, and much more from urban to rural centers.

With many donations points across the country, Goonj has been successfully channelizing more than 70,000 kgs of material every month, has a team of more than 300 volunteers and partners with 250 other organizations.


5. Help Age India

Help Age India is a leading charity in India working with and for disadvantaged elderly for nearly 4 decades. It was set up in 1978, the aim is to serve elder needs in a holistic manner, enabling them to live active, dignified and healthier lives.


NGOs Which Have Revolutionized Healthcare In India

1. CRY: Child Rights and You

CRY(Child Rights and You) was started by Rippan Kapur in 1979. CRY works towards several causes for children, one of them being malnutrition. It introduced kitchen gardens in Anganwadis in Chhattisgarh to provide fresh and healthy food to children. CRY has won numerous awards that recognize their efforts in giving India’s children a happy and healthy childhood.


2. Lepra Society

LEPRA Society is a non-governmental organization that promotes quality health care. The Society aims to support the National Health Programmes in the prevention and control of diseases such as Leprosy, Lymphatic Filariasis, and other neglected diseases.

Lepra Society had a systematic approach to dealing with chronic disease. They also help the Indian government in the National Anti-Malaria Programme (NAMP) and have an extensive contribution to eye care and prevention of needless blindness.

Recognized as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (SIRO), by the Government of India, Ministry of Science, and Technology, for the research activities being carried out by its research wing, the Blue Peter Public Health & Research Center (BPHRC).


3. Rural Health Care Foundation

It was founded by the late Arun Nevatia. It strives to provide low-cost primary healthcare to the lowest strata of the socio-economic pyramid and is doing well in achieving its goals.

RHCF is currently a network of 10 clinics, spread across various districts of West Bengal and has since inception served over 10 lakhs patients through its network.

Rural Health Care Foundation has given a Special Consultative Status with the ECOSOC at the United Nations. Harvard Business School has also published a case study on the Rural Health Care Foundation.


4. Udaan Welfare Foundation

Udaan Welfare Foundation was born, on 16th March 2008. It works towards quality healthcare, keeping in mind a positive impact on the environment. It also works towards other causes that go hand-in-hand with healthcare, such as nutrition, taking a sincere effort to achieve its ideals.

Several programs have been organized. Udaan carried out a dental health check in the Harikishan English Public School and taught 250 students the importance of the correct brushing techniques and oral care.

They have also regularly provided medicines for Anugraha Children’s Home and Anugraha Vidya Mandir, Ambernath since 2008.


5. Deepalya

Deepalaya is a certified non - government organization that was started on July 16th, 1979 by seven founding members to foster self-reliance and help underprivileged children rise above their societal limitations.

It is the largest NGO in the national capital state of Delhi. It runs the Community Health program, a project working towards spreading awareness of preventive and primitive health.

It reaches out to the poor and underprivileged through projects like the Chameli Dewan Memorial Rural Health & Mobile Clinic in Gusbethi.


6. Sound of silence

It is one of the best NGO’s in Mumbai and Delhi for the hearing-impaired. It started as a social internship program by the founder, Mr. Sumit Singh Gandhi.


7. Life Care Educational & Welfare Society

It is an autonomous body that works solely for the upliftment of the society and is under oath of bringing social and communal harmony by all means possible.


This NGO has vowed to make the world a better place so that humanity can flourish and evolve in a better way. One of the main objectives of this organization is to improve the health status of communities through health education and awareness, environmental cleanliness, and increasing access to primary health and child care centers in remote villages.


8. India Health Action Trust (IHAT)

India Health Action Trust (IHAT) was constituted by the registered Trust Deed in 2003 dedicated to the enhanced health and well being of individuals and communities in India, irrespective of caste, creed or religion.

 

Written by – Mahak Galhotra

Edited by – Adrija Saha


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