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  • Shri Banarsidas Chandiwala Sewa Smarak Trust Society  Shri Banarsidas Chandiwala Sewa Smarak Trust Society was established in 1952 by Shri Brijkrishn Chandiwala in the memory of his father Shri Banarsidas Chandiwala. Shri Brijkrishn Chandiwala was a freedom fighter and a close associate of Mahatma Gandhi. After independence, he was the Founder Member of Bharat Sewak Samaj & Sadachar Samiti. He was honoured with a PADAMSHRI for his devotion and services to various social service organisations.
  • Charity Alliance and Zakat Foundation  Charity Alliance and Zakat Foundation of India distributed food packets distributed to 86 beneficiaries in Murshidabad on 25 Aug. 2010. They belong to villages affected by hunger near Jalangi town, Murshidabad district, West Bengal. This year we need to raiseRs 7 lacs to sustain current projects& Rs 6 lacs for school building land already purchased.
  • Stray Relief & Animal Welfare  Stray Relief and Animal Welfare STRAW is a New Delhi, India based non profit organization that works to improve the way Animals in general and strays in particular, are treated and regarded by society. Registered in January 2002, STRAW is recognized by the Animal Welfare Board of India. STRAW is largely a supporting organization that acts as a link between two groups animal welfare organizations and individuals working at grassroots levels with distressed and suffering stray animals.
  • Feminist Approach to Technology  Feminist Approach to Technology FAT is a pioneering nonprofit organization committed to empowering women through technology. We believe that women can move at par with men in making and using technology and that women can truly feel empowered only when the perceived technological divide has been bridged
  • Indian Science Congress Association  Indian Science Congress Association (ISCA) is the premier organisation of India's entire Science community. ISCA was formed with the objective of advancing, promoting and furthering the cause of Science in India, thus stimulate scientific research in India.From the modest beginning in 1914 with 150 members and 35 papers communicated for reading at the first session, ISCA has grown into a strong fraternity with more than ten thousand members till date.
  • Sewa International  Sewa International is a not-for-profit organization inspired by the noble Hindu tradition of service before self, working for promoting voluntarism internationally especially among children, youth, women and energetic senior citizens; building an international network of not-for-profit organizations;
  • Indian Society for Bone and Mineral Research ISBMR  The ISBMR was established in 1996 and registered under the Indian Societies Registration Act 21, of 1860, on the initiative of the founder chairperson Dr. Ajay Gupta, Nephrologist, Henry Ford Hospital Detroit. The objectives of the India Society for Bone and Mineral Research ISBMR are to promote research and disseminate knowledge about metabolic bone diseases like osteoporosis, rickets, osteomalacia and renal osteodystrophy in India.
  • Delhi Foundation of Deaf Women  Delhi Foundation of Deaf Women (DFDW) was started as a club for deaf women, but observing the needs of deaf women it slowly started activities for their benefits and rehabilitation. Established in 1973, today DFDW is a Rehabilitation Center for all Deaf in India.
  • Swanchetan Society for Mental Health  Swanchetan is a non-profit, secular and apolitical organization that provides emotional support to survivors of violence, abuse and trauma. We strive to support the survivors at all stages of trauma and continue to support till they are able to take charge of their lives. Swanchetan stands for the dignity and rights of all survivors to find their voice and express their pain, anguish and suffering caused by the perpetrators whether they are individual or state sponsored.
  • Pradan  PRADAN is a voluntary organisation registered under the Societies Registration Act of India. Established in Delhi in 1983, PRADAN was pioneered by a group of young professionals, all of whom were inspired by the conviction that individuals with knowledge resources and empathy for the marginalised must work with communities at the grassroots in order to help them overcome poverty.
  • Liberal Youth Forum LYF  College campuses are the natural environment for youth to start making a real difference. We are geared to make 2009 a big success with our Campus Pulse Project. With the longer term objective of having young liberals in the Parliament, this initiative aims to provide a platform for liberal youth activists to undertake governance projects on their campuses. Through an open application
  • Veda Sansthan  The aim of Veda-Sansthan is to propagate Vedas. The Sansthan is determined to achieve this by providing study material at home. It is setting up an international centre for this purpose. It will endeavour to present Vedas in an easy and simple way related to present problems. The following Certificate and Diploma courses are to be started soon.
  • Wefor animals  This website has been created and is being maintained by a family of animal lovers. Different organizations focus on different aspects of animal welfare. Some of them profess vegetarianism and create public awareness for being kind to the animals. Some others are engaged in establishment of rescue homes, animal shelters
  • CLEANIndia  The CLEAN students share their experiences and learning within the family, their school, between different schools and even at the International Fora. The CLEANIndia Meets which have become an annual feature, enables member schools from across the country to come together and exchange their ideas and concerns.
  • AID Delhi  AID Delhi also aims to act as a conduit between different AID projects and Delhi based technical organizations like IIT Delhi, Center for Science and Environment, Development Alternatives etc. essentially organizations that have excelled in one or many issues related to holistic development. At Delhi, we are presently working on education, empowerment, equality and environment based projects.
  • Nizamia Charitable Trust  Nizamia Charitable Trust based in Delhi has been working in the most backward districts of north India for the cause. The trust owes to the great Islamic scholar 12th A.D Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia R.A. who preached Islam and the basic principles of universal love and brotherhood. It remains apolitical and non-governmental organization in action since its registration in 1983. It renders service for the society without any bias towards class, color, community or religion.
  • National informatics centre  This is the official website of National Information Centre the premier ICT Organization of the Government of India. The website provides Information about the various projects, products, services rendered by NIC Headquarters, state and District Units. The contact details of NIC Offices are also available here.
  • Nehru Yuva Kendra Scheme  Nehru Yuva Kendra Scheme was started in 1972 by the then Ministry of Education with the objective of providing the non student rural youth an oppurtunity to help him grow and involve in the nation building activities. In 1987,all the existing kendra's under the NYK scheme were reorganized into an autonomous body that was formed by a resolution of Department of Youth Affairs.
  • Indian Pentecoastal Church  Indian Pentecoastal Church will make them come to my holy mountain, and will give them joy in my house of prayer I will take pleasure in the burned offerings which they make on my altar: for my house will be named as house of prayer for all peoples. We Desire to seek and save the lost by sharing our faith with others.
  • BLESS INDIA  BLESS INDIA was formed in 2005, by the gracious accord and blessings of the authorities of National fellowship and Br. Prashant was made Secretary with an executive body, for smooth functioning. BLESS INDIA was formed with the long process of prayers and sincere efforts. Br Prashant came to New Delhi on Oct. 2004. At that time he had the vision but not the means to translate his vision.
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