Activities of the Charitable Trust for the Financial Year : 2016-17
Main Aims and Objectives of the Trust
- To have a permanent infrastructure.
- To combine the causes – Old age care with shelter and education to Orphan children.
- To expand our services for more and more elderly.
- To look after the elderly people with utmost care and empathy in a pleasant atmosphere to lead a peaceful life till their last journey.
- To extend the facilities of the home to more number of needy persons in the society.
- To continue to survive by bringing together the hands of all like-minded people.
The following activities were carried out during the period 2016 to 2017
- Trust gives away Academic Excellence Awards annually to encourage the literacy of the tribal.
- Spiritual and yoga Classes for Senior Citizens.
- Spreading Social and Environmental awareness among the young.
- Rural development Camps.
- Counseling on Old age homes and Orphanage.
Specific Activities on Underprivileged Children
Providing all the educational needs of our children. Once we accept a child in our Trust, their fees, books, stationery items, school bags, school uniforms including shoes and socks are borne by us. Children can study whatever field they want and we support them till they are gainfully employed.
Informing the children about hygiene and giving them practical tips on keeping their environment disease-free ensure Physical Wellness. We give the mothers a homemade porridge mix that has all the vital nutrients and vitamins that growing children need.
We have regular children’s meetings where all the children discuss issues that are of concern to them. All disciplinary issues are handled in children’s parliaments. The children decide on their own punishments for their mistakes, misdemeanours, and bad behaviour.
Games: we have different types of board games, puzzles, etc which the children play indoors. These games enable them to focus on goals in a spirit of sportsmanship and companionship. Whenever possible we also allow the children to play outdoor games. We cannot do this on a regular basis because of space constraints.
The senior children of the trust volunteer for 2 hours every week to coach the younger children. This process gradually moulds them to be responsible leaders capable of making decisions and leading a young team. The younger children, who are motivated
and inspired by the hard work of their seniors, consider the latter as their role models. They bond beautifully and create an extended family.
Bridging the gap
The rising number of NGOs in India, especially for the underprivileged, clearly indicates that Indians have started looking for more effective ways to help the government achieve economic-socio-cultural progress of all the sections of our population. The average middle class Indian now contributes time, money and energy to bridge the gap between the privileged and the have-nots of society.
from the heart and the soul of our institution Functions: Like celebrating Teachers Day, Children’s Day, Independence Day, Republic
Day and different festival days like Eid, Diwali and Christmas.