Top 5 Most Popular NGOs in India

TOP FIVE NGOS IN INDIA

1. Servant of the people’s society
2. SMILE FOUNDATION
3. NANHI KALI
4. GIVEINDIA FOUNDATION
5. HELP INDIA

SERVANT OF HUMAN COMPANY

1. Servant of the people’s society
The cornerstone of our company was laid in 1956 by Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the first President of India.
The Delhi office is located in the same complex opposite Moolchand Metro Station, Lajpat Nagar-IV, New Delhi.
Our first Chairman of the Delhi Branch – the late Shri Sevak Ram Ji – started an innovative fundraising program called Mushti Dan. The general public was encouraged to contribute not only cash but also in-kind contributions in the form of their unwanted used items.
For more information, visit the website: Servants of People Society
SMILE FOUNDATION

2.Smile Foundation
Established in 2002, the Smile Foundation advances the cause of education among privileged youth. The general population behind the Smile Foundation envisioned children as boundless building squares and has gone on to create programs ranging from welfare, education, employment and women’s empowerment to a framework in which special children can encourage their underprivileged partners.
To draw attention to a more mundane case, the award-winning ‘I am Kalam’ tale that depended on a reason for youth was supported by the Smile Foundation.
For more information, visit the website: Smile Foundation

NANHI KALI

3. NANHI KALI
Nanhi Kali is a sponsorship company founded in 1996 by Anand Mahindra with the aim of breaking the endless loop of neediness in India by teaching young Lady Tyke. In cooperation with 21 other NGOs supporting the Nanhi Kali task in realizing its motivation, each support gives a selected young girl the necessary scientific and material help.
You too can support the tuition of a young lady child with just Rs. 2400 or Rs. 3600 perennial and receive general reports in relation to their progress. Did you know that the goal of the Nanhi Kali project is to help 1,00,000 young women exercise by the end of the year?
For more information, please visit the website: Nanhi Kali

GIVEINDIA FOUNDATION

4. GIVEINDIA FOUNDATION
Most of you may have heard of the Delight of Giving Week celebrations, which gain national coverage in the Indian media every year. This seven-day donation is made possible by the GiveIndia Foundation, which does not engage in practical grassroots networking but occupies an exceptional position among Indian NGOs in doing so. Why? As it is an online and independent gift giving platform for 200+ Indian NGOs scrutinized by the GiveIndia scanner for its simplicity and validity in its tasks.
When you donate through GiveIndia, you’ll know exactly where your money went and match it up with an input report. This association for social mediation, founded by an IIM-A graduate, has received several awards for its responsible work in the gifts sector.
For more information, visit the website: Give India

HELP INDIA

5. HELP INDIA
Established in 1978, HelpAge India provides assistance to India’s abandoned, poor and isolated elderly. Alongside numerous other sub-capacities in support of India’s dark population, HelpAge India plays a fundamental role in influencing policy changes for the elderly in governments and providing passionate and material assistance to the abandoned elderly.
From opening physiotherapy centers to supporting waterfall tasks, from providing emergency numbers for the elderly so they can understand and fight for their rights, HelpAge India has made some amazing strides. Did you know that this NGO also expresses its motivation in the National Planning Commission of India?
For more information, visit the website: HelpAge India

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