NON PROFIT PARTNERS
Through partnerships with some of the most reputed and authentic Non Profits, we are creating donation options that will help them in their pursuit to make a difference in our society.
We’d like to share all the data about our Partner Non Profits that has been collected by our team personally during preliminary screening visits.
Harmony House is an Indian registered, non-profit organisation in Gurgaon, just outside of Delhi, India. They have transformed two villas into full-time community centers for women and children, where they offer education, food, medication, hygiene facilities, and social services that would otherwise not be accessible in the slums where they live.
Address: House no-109, sector 17A, Gurgaon
Timings: Monday -Friday 9.30 am -5.00 pm
Number of children: 518
Parkshala is a Noida-based NGO dedicated to transforming the lives of children who hail from the lower strata of society. They work as an after-school support group to bridge the educational & moral gap between these children and their affluent peers.
Address: Block D, Sector 44, Noida, Uttar Pradesh
Operational Timings: 8 – 10 AM & 3.30 – 5.30 PM
Number of children: 300
Guru Vishram Vridh Ashram (Old Age Home)- The brain Child of SHEOWS. SHEOWS (Saint Hardyal Educational and Orphan Welfare Society) is a “home away from home” for the abandoned elderly of our country. For the last 16 years, they are providing free shelter, food, clothing, medical care facilities, love, and affection to the destitute and abandoned old aged.
Address: Guru Vishram Vridh Ashram, Gautampuri, Phase-1, Near NTPC Badarpur, New Delhi
Operational Timings: Ashram remains open 7 days a week.
SPYM is the largest shelter provider in the NCT of Delhi. With over 30 years of experience in working with the homeless and marginalised communities in Delhi, SPYM has been entrusted to manage over 60-night shelters for homeless by Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board, Govt. of NCT of Delhi. Shelter for homeless in Central, South, and South West Districts of Delhi provide services to meet the everyday needs of homeless children, women, adults, and senior citizens on a daily basis.
Address: Society for Promotion of Youth & Masses (SPYM),111/9, Opposite Sector B 4, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi 110070.
Operational Timings: 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
EK KOSHISH SPECIAL SCHOOL
Children with Special Needs
Koshish Special School for disabled children in Delhi endeavours to benefit the differently able children with special requirements. They are a non-governmental organization and also a day school with a day boarding facility, run by Umrao Singh Educational Society.
Their major objective is to propound a quality life to the children with Autism, mental deceleration, Cerebral palsy, multiple handicaps, hearing impairment, and other neurological conditions through their educational and rehabilitation services.
Address: 211 Karkardooma , Delhi -110092
Operational Timings: 9.00 A.M TO 2.00 P.M
Number of children: 45
Since 2004, Shanti Sahyog in Delhi has followed its mission to enable people living in urban slums have access to a better quality of life. Scope of their activities includes access to quality education, health care, skill development & livelihood empowerment. Their team of 43 social workers are dedicated to serving families in 17 slums in the Kalkaji / Govindpuri and Tughlakabad Village areas of Delhi.
Address: Community Centre, 2nd Floor, DDA Flats, Kalkaji, New Delhi -110019
Operational Timings: 9.00 A.M TO 2.00 P.M
ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL
All Creatures Great and Small (ACGS) is a non-profit animal sanctuary located on a 2.5 acre plot in a picturesque green area in rural Haryana, about an hour’s drive from India’s capital city, New Delhi.
ACGS’s mission is to create a gentle, nurturing, loving and compassionate sanctuary for old, sick, abandoned and lonely animals. They believe every animal that comes through their gates is special and is worthy of quality care, good nutrition, medical attention and tons of affection. Their aim is to create a happy forever home for each permanent resident till the end of their lives whether at the sanctuary or through our adoption programme.
Address: Village Silakhari, P.O. Dhauj, Tehsil & District Faridadad,
Haryana 121004, India
Operational Timings: 24 Hours
Mitr TRUST, recognized as a trust under the INDIAN TRUST ACT in January 2005, has come forth with the prospective to help address the need and concerns of the same with the objective of not only educating the masses for HIV/AIDS but also to help them understand their responsibility towards various people connected to them, physically as well as emotionally, ensuring healthy and responsible sexual behavior. We are a community based organisation, a group of likeminded people with the vision of empowering all men to have responsible behavior, to protect themselves and their sexual partners against STD/STI and HIV/AIDS, to ensure to provide the environment where their rights are protected and they can freely access all available resources to ensure a responsible healthy life for themselves and their partners.
Address: Mitr Trust – Garima Greh (Shelter home for Transgender) B-51, B Block, SITA PURI, NEW DELHI-110045
Operational timings: 7 Days working ( shelter home is open 24×7) Preferred visitor time: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
National Association for the Blind, Delhi’s prime objective has been to make visually impaired persons both self-reliant and contributing members of the society. The organization lays special emphasis on education and skill development. NAB highly advocates the concept of integrated education for social fulfillment as it aims to send each and every visually impaired child into mainstream school.
GREEN LIFE INITIATIVE FOUNDATION
Green Life Initiative Foundation presents an innovative and comprehensive web-enabled approach for planting trees as per well-structured and implemented pre-planned projects. The organization provides a platform to those people who wish to leave their green footprints with significant impact on the environment by offsetting carbon emissions, improving wildlife habitats, conserving natural forests, upgrading water catchment areas, while at the same time, providing flowers, fruits, fodder and fuel to the communities and all living creatures. Since inception, approximately 20,000 trees have been planted through their organization in Delhi, NCR. Apart from tree plantations, their other facilities include garden maintenance and taking environment awareness sessions for underprivileged children.
Address: 507, Pragati Tower, 26 Rajendra Place, New Delhi-110008
Operational timings: 9.30 a.m. to 6.00p.m.