NGOs in Bangalore

These NGOs are helping change Bangalore for the better.

1. Samarthanam Trust for the disabled.

Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled is a non profit engaged in empowering persons with disabilities and distress in socio-economic-cultural fronts through its various initiatives on Education, Livelihood, Environment, Health & Nutrition, Sports, Culture and Rehabilitation.

Team from Samarthanam won the recently held T20 world cup for blind, making the country proud. The NGO runs multiple programs like schools, skill training centeres and orphanages across Karnataka.

  • Location: HSR layout area

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2. Makkala Jagriti.

Makkala Jagriti' mission is to make a positive difference to childrens´ quality of learning and development. Their core focus is to strengthen the overall development of children. They also work closely with their parents, schoolteachers and the community as a whole to make the learning experience more enriching.

They aim to achieve this through Intellectual, Emotional, Social, Psychological, Physical and Spiritual interventions. We facilitate (non-formal) education and development of children by augmenting their school education through diverse learning opportunities.

  • Location: HSR/Byrasandra/Adugodi Circle

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3. Madhu Mansion Charitable Trust

Its an orphanage for kids. Bro Samson is providing for food, lodging and education of 30+ under privileged kids mostly on his own and with some help from the society in general. They are located near Marathahalli Bridge.

  • Location: Marathahalli Bridge

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5. Seva in Action

Seva-in-Action runs the Skill Development unit for persons with intellectual disabilities for the age group of 16 – 30. It offers skills for protective market and open market based on their capacities and potentials. It provides Self Advocacy training and also provides an opportunity for talents exhibition and SiA organizes exposure visits/ excursions/adventurous camps, for these adults with disabilities.

6. Manav Charities

Nutritious meal to underprivileged children in 19 locations of India. Informal School for the drop out and children’s of labors. Distribution of free notebooks, school bags, uniform, shoes/socks and other educational kits to the underprivileged children.

4. Snehadeep Helping Hands

The principal goals of Snehadeep are to provide accommodation, education, training and assistance with personal development to both the visually impaired and physically challenged. The organization has grown and now extends its activities to shelter not only those with physical disability but also children from economically disadvantaged backgrounds.

7. Make-A-Wish Foundation

To grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. Adopting a Wish or number of wishes give(s) a great satisfaction and a sense of emotional fulfillment to an individual. Each individual well wisher could join the cause by adopting one wish and or more than one wish according to his / her choice.

8. Lovedale Foundation

Lovedale Foundation’s Banyan School provides top class education facilities to the marginalized children in rural Bangalore. Located at Hennur Main Road and catering to about 350 children from nearby areas, the school provides quality education; support services and raises awareness among the family members about children education.

9. Shastri School For Deaf And Dumb

They take care of 30 orphan, deaf & dumb children in their hostel assuming complete responsibility to meet their basic needs of education, food and shelter. More than 90 students are provided with free education.

10. Abilashrayam Trust

Social Service Organization working on child rights, senior citizen rights, women welfare, youth support & rural development across India. Have multiple project like "I Care" working on destitute/neglected senior citizens rights. They run an old age home and help abandoned seniors under this project.

Also "I Support" is a project working on orphaned / abandoned / underprivileged child rights. They run an orphanage in Bangalore and projects related to underprivileged, disabled and blind children.

11. Sri Sai Old Age Home

Old age home for orphan elderly, providing shelter, food and medical support for 85 inmates.