About

Who we are

We are voluntary, non-profitable, registered organization with a vision to succor in restoration of lost dignity, livelihood, equality, justice and peace in favor of downtrodden communities.

We have supported governmental programmes dealt with child labor, routine immunization, pulse polio programme, HIV/AIDS etc. The emphasis of our work is on awareness generation in terms of health education, rights and duties of the people, poverty alleviation, social issues and dissemination of schemes and programme related to development & welfare of general masses. In order to spawn understanding about these programmes, our team of volunteer organizes health camps, rallies, wall writing, group meetings, awareness generation camps and other activities of mass mobilization.At individual level we also organize counselling services for the restoration of self esteem, personal dignity and confidence of person with disability, AIDS patients and unemployed youth.

We now run shelter homes, working in Jal Jeevan Mission, Atal Bhujal Yojna and help individual to overcometheir schools and a reasonable mess that helps such needy young people. We also have our helpline offices spread throughout the country so one can approach us anytime they need help.

Our Mission

Our mission is to make sure all young people and children get all the support they need, when they need it, no matter what it is.

Whether it is a reassuring conversation, financial help, education, professional training, or simply the assurance that they are not alone, we will make sure that everyone gets support that meets them where they’re at as quickly as possible.

Our Vision

We want to build a world where no child or youth feels alone and gets every possible help they need as soon as possible.

Our entire team wants to see a world where every youngster struggling in any way feels able to reach out and has people who’ll help them with education, jobs, and more. We want to spread out in every region so we’ll be reachable to all.

Our Values

  1. Service: The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.
  2. Responsibility: You can’t escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.
  3. Determination: A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.
  4. Happiness: Love is when the other person’s happiness is more important than your own.
  5. Kindness: Love is when the other person’s happiness is more important than your own.
  6. Contribution: The human contribution is the essential ingredient. It is only in the giving of oneself to others that we truly live.

Our numbers that speak

We have numbers that push us to give in our best and make sure that we break our own records. 

100
Across India
1000 +
Children Helped
100 k+
Funds Raised
1000 k+
Food Provided

Our Partners

We have numbers that push us to give in our best and make sure that we break our own records. 

Our approach

We are happy to be growing and helping more day by day.

client centred

  • Focus on the well-being of clients and service users.
  • Tailor interventions to meet the unique needs and circumstances of individuals and communities.
  • Emphasize empowerment, collaboration, and respect for client autonomy.

Holistic and Systemic Perspective

  • Recognize the interconnectedness of individuals and their environments.
  • Address not only immediate issues but also underlying systemic factors contributing to social problems.

Cultural Competence

  • Acknowledge and respect diversity in cultures, backgrounds, and identities.
  • Ensure that services are culturally sensitive and inclusive.

Strengths-Based

  • Focus on the well-being of clients and service users.
  • Tailor interventions to meet the unique needs and circumstances of individuals and communities.
  • Emphasize empowerment, collaboration, and respect for client autonomy.

Community Engagement and Participation

  • Recognize the interconnectedness of individuals and their environments.
  • Address not only immediate issues but also underlying systemic factors contributing to social problems.

Collaboration and Networking

  • Acknowledge and respect diversity in cultures, backgrounds, and identities.
  • Ensure that services are culturally sensitive and inclusive.

Advocacy and Social Justice

  • Focus on the well-being of clients and service users.
  • Tailor interventions to meet the unique needs and circumstances of individuals and communities.
  • Emphasize empowerment, collaboration, and respect for client autonomy.

Evidence-Informed Practice

  • Recognize the interconnectedness of individuals and their environments.
  • Address not only immediate issues but also underlying systemic factors contributing to social problems.

Professional Development and Supervision

  • Acknowledge and respect diversity in cultures, backgrounds, and identities.
  • Ensure that services are culturally sensitive and inclusive.

Ethical Standards

  • Focus on the well-being of clients and service users.
  • Tailor interventions to meet the unique needs and circumstances of individuals and communities.
  • Emphasize empowerment, collaboration, and respect for client autonomy.

Trauma-Informed Care

  • Recognize the interconnectedness of individuals and their environments.
  • Address not only immediate issues but also underlying 

Preventive and Educational Initiatives

  • Acknowledge and respect diversity in cultures, backgrounds, and identities.
  • Ensure that services are culturally sensitive and inclusive.