Starting with just three children in a modest rented apartment in West Bengal, Parivaar has evolved into a beacon of hope for numerous children, who are highly vulnerable to exploitation, victimization, and trafficking, including orphans, street children, abandoned children, and extremely impoverished children from tribal areas. Beyond this, the organization conducts various humanitarian activities for the destitute, including the elderly and those without shelter.
Make a Difference (MAD) is on a mission to help orphaned and vulnerable children in India escape the intergenerational cycle of poverty. It is dedicated to providing long-term support and nurturing relationships to vulnerable children, allowing them to thrive in the real world.
CARE India, an affiliate of the global CARE network, is a leading humanitarian and development organization operational in India for over 70 years. The organization envisions a world where everyone can exercise their rights and live a life of dignity.
Started in 2002 by Villy Doctor, this organization was founded to break the generational cycle of poverty – one life at a time. Since then, Villy has dedicated herself to transforming the lives of underprivileged rural communities, particularly women and children, empowering them to live with dignity and self-respect.
Ever since, Rescue Foundation has saved over 7000 lives by rescuing girls from trafficking and providing them with a supportive environment to rebuild their lives. With four safe havens in Mumbai, Boisar, Pune and Delhi, the foundation provides shelter, healthcare, education, and vocational training.
Dr Girish Kulkarni — a former journalist, a professor, a PhD scholar and an active social worker — belongs to the latter-mentioned tribe, and Snehalaya is his endeavour to bring that positive change for the ones who society likes to ignore.