There are so many non-governmental foundations are running covering major states of India. They are not supported and funded by the government hence it does not fall under any rules. They work independently for the welfare of poor people, orphans, physically challenging and old age people. These NGOs are not working to earn profits. They are offering the people donations, education, health amenities, food and shelter to them through what they have in hand. They are funded by gigantic companies that are providing seamless support for reaching resources to the needy. Here are some of the notable NGO foundations operating in India for many years.
The main goal of the Nanhi kali foundation is to improve the life of a woman in the underprivileged category. They claim the basic rights of women education, employment. Currently, it is operating in Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. It transforms people life through education by arranging financial sources for all age groups.
This NGO foundation works for human needs during disaster times. Currently, they are working in 23 states of India and they arrange for clothes other basic amenities during emergency times. They also work on other major problems in the country like poverty, healthcare, livelihood, water, environment, education, access to resources and sanitation.
CRY (Child Rights and You)
CRY focus on restoring the happiness of a deprived child who is living in poverty and lack education. They work highly to alleviate child labour and enhance their potential skills through proper educational guidance. Their main mission is to provide education to every child in India and also help in protecting their rights.
They ensure a healthy, happy and creative childhood for every child through awareness and fund.
Childline India Foundation
This childline foundation works through a phone number 1098 that render assistance 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for free. This emergency call service helps children who need assistance and support. They not only work for short term needs of children but also assist with long-term rehabilitation support. Childline has helped three million children across the nation by offering them much care and protection round the clock.
Sammaan is a non-profit company started in 2007 which is now operating all over India. They enhance the livelihood of people in poverty, support the agriculture and encourage creative skills of children in rural areas. Through their support, one can lead their life with dignity and pride while respecting others in society. Social life will be increase by creating a descent value to their livelihood.
It is one of the largest non-governmental organization operating in India. It works for the children in the underprivileged category. Especially to provide pre-school education to the children living in slums and rural areas. Pratham is operating in 23 states of India which is supported by corporate companies in the US, Britain, Germany and Sweden. Their mission and persistent mantra is “Every Child in School and Learning Well.”