NGO

 
Aas Ehsaas
Aas Ehsaas

Aas Ehsaas is a NGO based in Ludhiana working for Women & Child's Rights along with dedicated efforts to serve the needy during any crisis. Aas Ehsaas is supervised by Mrs. Ruchi Kaur Bawa (President)

Akhil Bhartiya Grahak Panchayat
Akhil Bhartiya Grahak Panchayat

A National Level Voluntary Consumer Organisation. (All India Registration No. S/9194/Delhi) MISSION : 1. To create consumer awareness by educating them about their duties and rights. 2. To help Consumers to obtain their rights and protect them from unfair trading. 3. To educate all citizens and consumers by lectures, meetings, workshops, exhibitions and audio-visual aids about consumer movement, consumer protection and consumer welfare. 4. To establish an academy or research centre to study Indian Consumer Policy and to establish such centres (Consumer Clubs) in School, Colleges and Universities. 5. To solve consumers grievances by taking their cases with concerned companies/parties. 6. To To help consumers for taking their cases in Consumer Forums and demand justice for consumers. 7. To make efforts to form guidelines about price, distribution and sale of goods. 8. To protect all the consumers economically and socially. 9. To work with different co-related organizations of equal thoughts on state and national level for the welfare of the consumers. 10. To help co-related organizations of equal thoughts or to give them affiliation of such co-related organization for development of work. 11. Not to participate or take part in canvassing in any political elections. 12. To discuss with State or Central Government and take decision for consumer welfare.

Arpita Cancer Society
Arpita Cancer Society

Arpita Cancer Society for Children is an effort to help every poor child suffering from cancer to get the right treatment. Mrs Rama Munjal is the president of the Society while Sunila Gupta and Komal Aggarwal are the General Secretary and Treasurer respectively. Main source of funding for the society is the membership fee with which it tries to help poor Children suffering from cancer.

Asha Chinh
Asha Chinh

ASHA-CHINH, was established in 2016 by parents, family and friends of Aaftaab Chawla as a charitable society in his ever-lasting remembrance after we lost him in a road accident at a very young age. Aftaaab, a very bright student with strong convictions and high morals was always ready to help the needy and always stood by the deprived. In his loving memories, we are trying to carry his message of love and care for the poor and needy, particularly the children and students who, given a little support, can grow up and contribute much more to the society The NGO is primarily into offering financial aid for education to poor students and infrastructure development of the existing (Govt) schools. We started with a non-formal school in slums, UMEED School, inspiring and preparing 30 children of rag pickers into the formal education system. We also are on a mission to enlighten the society on Road Safety by organizing lectures, seminars and workshops in schools and colleges. ASHA Chinh has adopted a number of poor children for their education. At present sponsoring the school fees, books, uniform, and a little sustenance to more than 50 students and invites sponsorships for reaching a target of 100 students this year. Majority of the students are either orphans or fatherless children of daily wagers, laborers and house maids. An annual scholarship of Rs. 12,000/- will cover school fee, books, uniforms, shoes, etc.

Bharat Vikas Parishad Vivekananda Sewa Nyas
Bharat Vikas Parishad Vivekananda Sewa Nyas

"Bharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Sewa Trust (BVP) is a non-governmental, non-political, socio-cultural, service-cum-sanskar oriented, secular and voluntary organization. it was established in 1963 with the objective of development and growth of our beloved nation - Bharat - in all fields of human endeavor - cultural, social, academic, moral and spiritual -by promoting a sense of true patriotism, national unity and integrity. The action plan of BVP is executed through five sutras- Sampark (Fellowship), Sahyog (Co-operation), Sanskar (Moral orientation), Sewa (Service) and Samarpan (Commitment). At present, BVP has approximately 1,600 branches all over India and 12 branches in foreign countries with a family membership almost 65,000 families. BVP's main aim is to organize and motivate the elite and intellectual citizens to serve the poor, disabled, illiterate and ignorant brethren with true spirit of service as a duty and not as an act of charity To accomplish Sewa sutra, Vivekanand Branch of Ludhiana BVP has made one charitable trust named as "Bharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Sewa Trust". The main objective of the Trust is to channelize the funds donated by the philanthropic persons of the society for the treatment and upliftment of disabled (Divyang) and other weaker section of the society in the field of education, health & natural calamities etc.

Bhavyadev
Bhavyadev

Bhavyadev Trust was established in 2019 in the loving memory of four young children Bhavya, Sanya, Devesh and Kashish who lost their lives in a tragic car accident in Ludhiana. The four souls left behind them a legacy of strength and positivity which helped their families and friends to form this organization. According to the Ministry of transportation more than 1, 50,000 people die in car accidents every year yet the infrastructure and road safety is not given much importance. The NGO is working towards saving the precious lives of people by educating and creating awareness about Road Safety and preventing the tragedies by teaching CPR and First Aid. They aim to develop means to provide quality education to all, especially the underprivileged and contribute towards raising the literacy rate of the nation. For the underprivileged, Bhavyadev organizes Seva Day on 8th of every month since 8th April, 2019 where they serve food, clothes, and sanitary napkins in slum areas covering about 10 cities across the country Bhavyadev is working towards building a place for charity in terms of food, medical necessity, sanitation facilities and clothing needs of the underprivileged. The main aim is to eradicate accidents and promote Road Safety and help people realize across countries that 'Every Life Matters

Darpan (Centre for Autism)
Darpan (Centre for Autism)

Darpan(centre for Autism) is a registered non profit organisation, is the first initiative taken by few nobel souls, to start services for the children having autism and their families in Punjab. Darpan (centre for Autism) is started in 2005 with 3 children. Darpan (centre for Autism) is the first center of north india after Delhi. We provide multiple therapies, counselling and vocational training. We are running an special school as well as early intervention unit. We welcome all the parents, professionals , volunteers, doctors who attached in the field of autism and other disability to empower person with autism and multiple diagnosed to participate in the life and mainstream institutions to the best of their abilities.

Dream And Beauty Charitable Trust
Dream And Beauty Charitable Trust

 It focuses on the weaker sections of the population including the deprived migrant population, the girl child and the unemployed youth.

Ek Noor Sewa Kendra
Ek Noor Sewa Kendra

"Ek Noor Sewa Kendra is a registered NGO in Ludhiana, working to provide medical aid, food aid, and a lot more to the underprivileged section of the society with the help of mass donations collected from public at large. NGO is working in Civil Hospital, Ludhiana, PGI Chandigarh, Rajindra Hospital Patiala to support the treatment of many underprivileged. Ek Noor adopted more than 50 patients suffering from Kidney failure, and is supporting their treatment, plus their household expenses, if needed, and their children's education. Neki Ki Dukaan is situated on Gill Road, where clothes and other articles are provided to the needy at Rs. 20/- per article, and the collective amount generated from the revenue is being used to buy medicines for the less fortunate ones. Neki Ki Rasoi is established in Dhuri Line area, where meals are prepared for patients admitted in Shri Krishna Charitable Hospital, Guru Nanak Charitable Hospital, Civil Hospital, and their attendants. The food is packed and sent to hospitals through Neki Di Gaddi, and is distributed bed to bed in all the three hospitals. A sewing and stitching centre (Hunar) has established in a Gurudwara Sahib in Shimlapuri, where free of cost training is given to the ladies, so that they can earn their livelihood. Now, Neki Da Hospital is under construction, and will be ready by the end of this year. Treatments, especially surgeries are done at no-profit-no-loss basis. If one can't support their treatment, it is funded from the donations collected at large. Food Aid is being provided to those families who have underwent through some casualties, thus helping them in their times of need.

Helps Welfare Society
Helps Welfare Society

HELPS is a National N.G.O. with the aim to build a strong foundation of our mother land by providing smart education, uplifting environmental conditions, empowering women and aiding in disaster areas and civil conflict zones around the country. The organization is based upon the principle of construction and developing new ideas for better tomorrow as majority of the members comprise of engineers from different branches. We engineers don’t want to halt ourselves to building machines, infrastructure, software etc. We want to reach more by constructing primary education, clean up the environment and remove plight of women. We all engineers don’t have any face rather we have one name HELPS (Health, Education, Liberty, Peace and Service). Let’s come together, join together and build a strong Nation.

I am a NGO
I am a NGO

I am a NGO is a registered trust formed in 2012 by the edupreneur couple of Ashoo and Maneet Dewan. The NGO was established with a basic intent of promoting volunteerism and philanthropy. The objective was to facilitate all other NGO’s, institutions, Industry and Volunteers and build an eco system for them. I am a NGO is the collection centre of Goonj, the national NGO for relief in disaster management, collecting old or new cloth and offering it to the deprived community against a dignified work. The NGO played active role during the Uttaranchal Floods in June 2013, Kashmir Floods in September 2014, Nepal Earthquake in April 2015, and Kerala Floods in August 2018 and recently in COVID-19 crisis in 2020. The NGO mobilises volunteers and donors to collect old clothes, books, gadgets, shoes etc and grocery, medicines during the disaster relief and make them reach to the affected areas. In routine also these items are collected by us and provided to Goonj who segregate and bundle them as family kits which are then taken to far flung areas or deprived communities and are given as reward against some local community level dignified work.

Jugnu Club
Jugnu Club

Jugnu in hindi means a small insect that emits light from its body in dark summer nights. Similarly, an NGO was established by Harleen Sona and her team with an objective to enable children emit light of creativity and positivity by improving the functionality of the Government Schools in Punjab. We work for children of government schools to enhance their creativity skills by using various innovative methods and tools. Jugnu is operated by a dynamic team of professionals including Harleen Sona, Samandeep Kaur, Ishjit Singh and Satpal Singh a technocrat. Our operations are primarily funded by like-minded people, family and friends but now we are moving on to organized funding. We don’t have volunteers but are likely to mobilize and engage in times to come once the funding is organized. We have renovated two Anganwaris in Ludhiana, painted public walls in the city like Ludhiana Railway station, Sarabha Nagar Market, four parks in BRS nagar. Our paid projects include painting an office in Kochar market, Nursery Classes of DAV School in BRS nagar. We started our own multilingual magazine for youngsters of the world Jugnu magazine that is at its initial stage We need monetary contributions for scaling up our magazine so to increase its impact across masses. We welcome art teachers and artist to volunteer their services in our forthcoming projects.

Ludhiana Cares Ladies Society
Ludhiana Cares Ladies Society

Ludhiana Cares Ladies Society was registered in 2015. Around 90 ladies from different backgrounds including doctors, CAs, bankers, homemakers and industrialists have come together to bring about a change in our city/ society. After working on ground since 2012, we have worked extensively on waste management awareness and makeovers of different parks in Ludhiana. Transformation of Civil Hospital grounds has been our major accomplishment. LCLS has also carried on extensive plantation drives. Recently we planted 2 micro forests along with Eco Sikh. Presently our main focus area is to send rag pickers children to nearby Govt Schools. We have adopted the following strategy to help us achieve results : In the mornings we run an Aaganwadi class wherein we teach basic hygiene & make sure children attend school daily so that the mothers don't take these young children rag picking. We teach and feed these children and have got their Aadhar cards made so that they are prepared for the coming session in Govt Schools. In the afternoon/ evening we run classes for the children we have enrolled into Govt Schools ( classes 1-8) over the past few years. We have employed teachers but attendance of our NGO members is also compulsory daily. We teach basic grammar, phonetics & maths in addition to their school work.

Navjeewan
Navjeewan

We strive hard to reach the needy people. there are many needy people but unfortunately the real needy person always get deprived of the help due to fraud people. we aim to bring a small smile on faces and that is what keeps us motivated.

Parivartan Ludhiana
Parivartan Ludhiana

We are a group of middle aged entrepreneurs, industrialists, educationists and professionals having a zeal to work for society and make some difference in the life of people around us.

Raahat- The Safe Community Foundation
Raahat- The Safe Community Foundation

A National NGO with over 18 awards

Round Table India
Round Table India

Round Table India (RTI) is an organization of non-political and non-sectarian young men between the age group of 18 and 40. The aim of the young men is to promote service, fellowship and goodwill in national and international affairs. Round Table India, the association, was formed in 1962 with just a membership of 100. It has, over the last 4 decades, grown to become a 4600 member strong association, individuals who can rise above personal concerns to seek and serve the larger needs of the community. Round Table Trust is a Trust floated by its parent body.

Sammiti Kendar Charitable Trust
Sammiti Kendar Charitable Trust

We are also running a community center in build up property with an area of 1352 square yds; We have a regularly running Physiotherapy Center including procedure of Acupuncture and Acupressure with a qualified Therapist; We are undertaking Traffic Management and guiding exercises.

THE NORTH INDIA CEREBRAL PALSY ASSOCIATION
THE NORTH INDIA CEREBRAL PALSY ASSOCIATION

Ashirwad, a unit of the north India cerebral palsy association(NICPA), is a prominent cross-disability NGO of Punjab working for children and adults with developmental disabilities including cerebral palsy, mental retardation, down syndrome, autism &multiple disabilities. Our sphere of work currently runs broadly along 3 verticals:-early intervention, NIOS(national institute of open schooling) for age group 6 to 16 years, vocational training: we run vocational units: bakery unit, cookery, food production, stitching, art, and craft, etc we make wall hangings, potlis, painted planters, beaded curtains strings, cloth napkins, painted kettles, shagun envelopes, bookmarks, aprons, and pebble art paperweights, etc.

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