V-care welfare association (ngo) is registered non government organisation registered under charitable commisioner office thane its reg no F-19997/THA/2010
having U/S 12A of the I.T. Act, 1961 :THN/CIT-11/12A(a)295/2012-13 & U/S. 80G of the I.T. Act,1961 :THN/CIT-11/Tech/80G/295/2012-13 having a vision to work for following social causes in India ,
For education purpose we are providing free seminars on sex education ,basic computer and IT education, free beautician courses for women and tutions for those who cant afford heavy tution fees during acdemic education process.
For poverty we are trying to change to view of poor people to look after their life and help them to develop their personal skills in various commercial sector and to get good appourtinity in jobs or to run thier own small scale business.
For environment we are into plantation of various types of trees and preventing them from being cutting to maintain ecologigal balance and increasing global warming.
In medical sector we are helping mankind with support of local government authority to run camps on polio, all kind of vacsionation, total health checkup and blood donation camps.beside this we had started charitable Hospital at naupada thane, maharashtra.to help needy people.
A strong "giving" culture where Indians donate 2% of their income every year to give the poor a chance. A happy, healthy and creative child whose rights are protected and honoured in a society that is built on respect for dignity, justice and equity for all. A vibrant "philanthropy marketplace" to ensure that the most efficient and effective nonprofits get access to the most resources.Mission
To enable people to take responsibility for the situation of the deprived humanbeing and so motivate them to seek resolution through individual and collective action thereby enabling children to realise their full potential. And people to discover their potential for action and change. To enable peoples' collectives and movements encompassing diverse segments, to pledge their particulae strengths, working in partnership to secure, protect and honour the rights of India's children.Our Beliefs and Approaches -
Despite the numerous promises and provisions made by the Indian government, the state of many of the country's children continues to be pitiable. Statistics reveal that there are close to 13 million child laborers, about 3 to 5 lakh children are forcibly engaged in prostitution and at least 18 million children live on the streets in India. Coupled with child abuse and poverty figures, the picture is far from pretty. A little help on your part can and will bring these numbers down!
Information, though conservative, shows that there are 70 million disabled people in India. One in every ten children or 3% of the country's total child population also falls in this category. The government itself admits that of the total disabled population, only 2% are educated and 1% employed. No effort or priority is being made to give them a better world - a small gift of a hearing aid, wheelchair or Braille kit will make a difference.
Though the number of literate people in India has increased over the years, she still has the largest number of uneducated children in the world - two-thirds of whom are girls. Government reports indicate that 59 million children between 6-14 years do not attend school. Official information further indicates that just a little over one-third of all children who enroll in grade one reach grade eight. All this for a country which has made education for children in the age group 6-14 years a fundamental right? Your help will go a long way in providing educational opportunities for children who would otherwise be left behind
As our lifestyles become more 'developed' by the day, so does the damage we do to the environment. Our every move, from watching television, to working at a computer, to taking a flight to our favourite holiday destination harms the environment in one way or the other. Air and water pollution levels are increasing world over by the day. Available information shows that more than 700,000 children under five die from diarrhea in India alone. Never before has the need to use alternative resources, such as wind, solar and nuclear energy been so high. A good time to start would be now!
With a mere 0.9% of India's GDP being spent on health care, the scenario, not surprisingly, isn't a very pleasing one. Data shows that every second child in the country suffers from malnutrition that over 1,000 people succumb to Tuberculosis everyday that almost 60,000 children are born with HIV each year! Basic health care and health assurance seem to be a distant dream for most of the population. Your gift will provide someone with one of life's most basic requirements - their health!