Akshaya is committed to helping the helpless, homeless, sick, elderly, mentally ill
and destitute in Madurai, India by providing healthy food, care, and opportunity
to rehabilitate in order to restore human dignity.
Astron Charitable Trust is a non-governmental organization (NGO). The registration number of the organization is: 1612/04/1531/36-53 OF 2011-12?(06-06-201. It was established in the year 2011?. Astron Charitable Trust works in the area of Aged and elderly, Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Animal Welfare, Art & Culture, Biotechnology, Children, Civic Issues, Dalit Welfare, Disability, Disaster Management, Education & Literacy, Environment and natural resource management, Food and Agriculture, Health & Nutrition, HIV/AIDS, Housing and shelter, Human Rights, Information & Communication Technology (ICT) , Labour & Employment, Land Resources, Legal Awareness & Aid, Micro Finance (SHGs), Micro Small & Medium Enterprises, Minority Issues, etc. The organization works towards the promotion of sustainable development. The organization operates in Delhi, India.
BritAsian Ltd is trading as BritAsian Charitable Trust & working in Asia. We are working in India with Street Children’s to give them Better Life or better tools to live better life, We help Street Children to Basic Education / Free Food / Free Clothing. Also we help the Homeless People to Re-Home them or find them the Shelter Home. We hold Medical camps and give free Medicine to the poor people as well.
The Navjeevan Centre (ISO 9001-2008 certified) is an N G O initiated in 1994 with the aim of reaching out to Commercially Sexually exploited women and their children, to motivate and support them to give up their demeaning occupation and work towards integrating them in society. Currently the Centre functions with five field offices and an administrative office at Kalyan. There are thirteen units all over Mumbai and Thane district which includes, three day and night care shelters at red light areas of Mumbai.
World Vision India is a Christian grassroots humanitarian organisation that serves all people regardless of religion, caste, race, ethnicity or gender. Through development, relief and advocacy, we strive to create lasting change in the lives of children, their families and communities living in contexts of poverty and injustice.World Vision works in nearly 100 countries worldwide, and we have been in India since 1958. Today we work in over 6252 urban, rural and tribal communities spread over 191 districts in 26 states, impacting the lives of 26 lakh children across India.