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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.

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

Devsarit Foundation (R)
Devsarit Foundation (R)

We are running Jyoti Kendra Charitable General Hospital at Ludhiana, Punjab since 1976 Though Smt. Bhagwati Devi Memorial Society for Blind. At This hospital we provide affordable treatment for Eye, Dental & General Health (Medicine OPD) with diagnostic lab, x-ray & physiotherapy. Department of alternative medicine with Acupressure & Accupuncture are additional modes of treatment that are available. Under Devsarit Foundation we provide medical care to destitute animals. We provide financial support for study and house hold expenses to really needy; as differently abled, orphaned or widows.

Lets Clean Ludhiana Foundation Trust (LCLF)
Lets Clean Ludhiana Foundation Trust (LCLF)

Lets Clean Ludhiana Foundation was established in 2014 by few aware residents living around Sidhwan Canal. They are industrialist, professionals, defense personals and housewives who decided to join hands and take up the mission to clean 16 kms stretch of Sidhwan Canal passing through the city which was gradually becoming a nullah. It was a dump yard for meat shops, construction companies, industrial waste, rags and waste products, colony garbage, astrological remedies and what not. The once beautiful canal started stinking and it was difficult to drive along or live in the nearby colonies. When the administration couldn’t do much to resolve the issue these 8 residents started the mission bare handed and got down in the canal to clean it. In no time hundreds of nearby residents joined the movement and it was finally noticed by Times of India who extended support to take it to a conclusive end. A series of news coverage started on the bad state of affairs and the efforts of the volunteers to clean it when finally the Irrigation department got the heat and sanctioned a grant of 22 lacs to clean the canal bed. Tons of garbage was removed but soon thereafter the same practice started by public due to which it was decided that all bridges on the canal will be barricaded so that commuters can’t easily throw the garbage in the water. Volunteers of LCLF started patrolling the canal and use to photograph the miscreants who attempted to pollute the canal. One by one 11 industrial houses of Ludhiana came forward to sponsor the barricading of bridges and in no time a grant of Rs. 50 lacs was received. Oswal Foundation, Bharti Foundation, Avon Cycles, Ludhiana Peddlers Club etc sponsored the barricading of all the 11 bridges on Sidhwan Canal and the garbage reduced significantly. Thereafter, the slums on one of the bridge side were shifted to a new accommodation, awareness was generated and a significant difference was observed. There was another turning point when Mamta Ashoo the prominent councilor of Ludhiana Municipal Corporation took the lead and planned a green belt project of 4 kms with a cycling track along the canal. In this project even the sides of the canal were barricading, landscaping was done and a beautiful cycle track has been made. On the other side of the canal in BRS Nagar a beautiful long stretch of landscaping was done.

LUDHIANA ROUND TABLE 188 SOCIETY
LUDHIANA ROUND TABLE 188 SOCIETY

We at LRT - 188 society carry out the following objectives: - (i) To open, found, establish, promote, set up, maintain, assist, finance, subsidize support and aid in the setting up of projects, for schools, colleges, Pathashalas and other institutions for general education of boys and girls; (ii) To give stipends, Scholarships and monetary aids to students, scholarships and poor; (iii) To open, found, establish, assist or make donations to or maintain schools, colleges or boarding houses or any other educational institution for imparting technical, industrial or commercial knowledge or training or having objects similar to those of this Trust; (iv) To construct build and maintain the: - a) School/ College building in healthy and salubrious surroundings; b) Hostel and residential institution for the girl students; c) Recreation ground or park for the benefit of the students; (v) To help the victims of a particular disaster; (vi) To set up instructional or training centres for imparting instruction and training in banking, engineering, commercial social service, village reconstruction work, small scale industries and such other subjects as may be determined from time to time. (vii) To plant saplings, trees and develop parks for the betterment of the general public thereby promoting environmental development (viii) To print books, journals, pamphlets, or publish in newspaper, magazines or host or promote websites, television programmes, radio programmes, involving promotion of the activities of the trust, educating people, information about the environment, human and animal welfare, national wealth, culture and heritage. (ix) To open, found, maintain or contribute to the opening and maintaining of such institutions where work on living wages can be provided to poor and middle class people and as may be conducive to the development of such industries in any part of the Indian Union for the benefit of the poor; (x) In general to open, found, establish, finance, assist and contribute to institutions, technical or pertaining to fine arts or industries such as workshops; factories and other institutions for imparting education in workmanship and for providing employment and means of earning adequate wages for the unemployed and needy ; (xi) To open, found, establish or finance, assist and contribute to the maintenance of sanitarium, asylums, charitable hospitals, mobile dispensaries, maternity homes and any other institutions for the treatment of diseases or disorders of the human body and mind or animals ; (xii) To open, found, establish, maintain and assist asylums for lepers or those suffering from contagious diseases and also institutions for the relief of the destitute or disabled; (xiii) To construct, build and maintain parks, hostels for public use or benefit; (xiv) To open, found establish or contribute and maintenance of blinds, orphanages, widow's homes, lunatic asylum, poor house, etc. (xv) To distribute food, blankets, rugs, quilts and all kinds of cotton or woolen clothing to the needy; (xvi) To establish and promote physical, cultural education by establishing and adding and promoting gymnasium, akharas, physical and cultural homes and other like institutions; (xvii) To open Foundation to establish sports centre and/or to assist in organising sports meet, awarding of prizes to the winners to the sports and to meet the cost of sports meets and prizes; (xviii) To open Foundation to establish sports centre and/or to assist in organising sports meet, awarding of prizes to the winners to the sports and to meet the cost of sports meets and prizes;

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.

Small Ideas Great Ideas
Small Ideas Great Ideas

Founded by Dr. S.B. Pandhi in 2018, this organization is working extensively to make citizens more aware of their rights and duties. It is working to bring awareness amongst masses in general and youth in particular about their rights such as Consumer Rights, Right to Information, Right to Education and numerous Government schemes. We organize online meetings, webinars, workshops, conference’s in schools, colleges, universities and communities. We work closely with Akhil Bhartiya Grahak Panchayat (ABGP a national platform for Consumer Rights) and Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), Government of India. We also create awareness about working system of district administration so that public can have easy access to relevant offices and websites.

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