Act as catalyst in bringing about integrated sustainable development to put smile on the face of Children, Rural India.
Work and Achievements
What began as a small step to teach few children in an orphanage 2 years ago has flowered into a vibrant organization known as “Jan Sharnam”. It gives an immense pleasure to report that we are now 12A & 80G compliant. During our journey we kept exploring about various social issues and problems which are still not addressed despite government and social efforts due to a vast growing population which resides in the lap of great length and breadth of this country. Our minds echoed with the words of Mr. Azim Premji “You must get engaged with people who are far less privileged than you. I think you must devote your time if not your resources... Because it is very very important from the point of view of the development of our country” Our small but firm steps with very limited resources enabled us to participate and contribute with various organizations doing commendable work for under privileged children, elders & women. During our journey we met remarkable individuals from all walks of life and at various places who took out their precious time and resources which kept momentum on despite challenges which any non-profit or for-profit organization face during initial stage.
The DNA of your organization is built on these fundamentals which kept us going and doing “Differentiated” activities. Education is one such area where current status is constantly getting challenged in this fast changing world. The society need to make an effort at every level to provide a future ready education to a child not only for privileged ones but for non privileged one as well.
Our quest began with setting up education centers in Delhi, Noida, Lucknow, Rae Bareilly and Kanpur last year where youngsters took the responsibility from scratch to make us to live up to this dream since then there is no looking back.
Fund Utilisation Statement
Funds raised from ADHM 2017 will be used towards the Providing education to poor and rural children and girl child education.