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Society in Gurugram

Gurugram is a distinctive urban centre with a multilingual population comprising of people from all over the country who migrates to the city for professional career. Furthermore, Gurugram is regarded as the most booming city in India in terms of possession of durable goods. The bustling city is the home of a lot of Charitable Societies and Institutions that work primarily for the upliftment of the society of Gurugram.

Charitable societies and institutions can generally be classified as Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). NGOs are arrangements created for the intention of philanthropic rather than monetary interests. In point of fact, NGOs in Gurugram have played a crucial role in campaigning for uninterrupted development of the city. 

Usually, charitable societies have no authorized stock, and they receive their finances, mainly from individual and public charity. These finances are maintained in trust to help the good-hearted objectives of the establishments.

Charitable Trusts in Gurugram

Non-Governmental Organizations in Gurugram principally work for rural development, organ donation, environmental causes, mentally challenged people, child labor, child rights, education, eye and organ donation, human rights, women, senior citizen, autistic, slum, HIV, minorities, beggars and so on. NGOs in Gurugram have been perpetually functioning all the time to resolve assorted problems and causes concerning to the society.

Nirmaya Charitable Trust

Gurugram CharityEstablished in 2004, Nirmaya Charitable Trust works day in and day out with a noble objective of offering quality healthcare to hapless people from rural and urban background.

The team of founders of the Nirmaya Charitable Trust are professionally qualified people directed by a group of well qualified health professionals in involve in large-hearted activities.

The primary objectives of this institution include providing access to cataract surgery to everybody, to develop an eye bank to serve the needy, to create awareness among the community about the eye diseases, to operate eye care hospitals in rural localities and to campaign for eye donation.

Current Projects of Nirmaya Charitable Trust:
  • Mobile eye care unit (seven quality eye care centre at Farrukh Nagar, Rewari, Jhajjar, Jacubpura, Pataudi, Tauru and Nuh)
  • Y.P. Mahindru Nirmaya Eye Bank (first ever eye bank in Gurugram)
  • Motiya Bund (cataract surgeries for free of cost)
  • Project Punardrishti (aimed at bringing an end point to corneal blindness)
Location and Contact Details:

Nirmaya Charitable Trust
5601/1 Dayanand Colony, New Railway Road,
Gurugram (Haryana).
Phone Number: 0124-2321234
Email: contact@niramayatrust.org
Website : https://www.niramayatrust.org/

Eye Donation Helpline Number
Landline Number: 011-2254848/1919,
Mobile: 8130311919

Sri Sai Prerna and Vikas KendraGurugram NGOs

Established in 2005, Sri Sai Prerna and Vikas Kendra is working with a simple yet clear motto; that is, 'Let's make a better tomorrow'.

The charitable organization is working on a noble idea of providing best possible education to the impoverished and disadvantaged children. The charitable organization strongly believes in the thought that every child in this country deserves proper food, shelter and education.
Current Projects of Sri Sai Prerna and Vikas Kendra:
  • Free distribution of school bags
  • Education program
  • Free distribution of books and stationery
  • Self sufficiency programs
  • Health programs
  • Technical education program
  • Children tours
Location and Contact Details:

Sri Sai Prerna and Vikas Kendra
Address: 40 ft Road, A-203, Phase- ll, New Palam Vihar, Sector 110, Gurugram, Haryana 122017
Phone: 095409 41652
Email: info@srisaiprerna.org

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