Volunteer Teaching Spoken English Birthday celebrations Children with their new bags Yoga class in progress

ASHWINI CHARITABLE TRUST

Org #14480
Vetted since 2013 Site Visit Verified
2000
year founded
$48,838
raised on GlobalGiving
5
years fundraising
2
projects funded

Mission

Ashwini Charitable Trust (ACT) is a registered non - governmental organization that educates and empowers underprivileged children and supports them till they are gainfully employed. ACT is a growing organisation in every way: we began on 1st April, 2000 with 9 children and reached 305 children from about the 200 families thus raising the quality of life of more than 1000 people in Bangalore slums . All the children are first generation literates: their mothers are housemaids and fathers, unskilled labourers. The education that every child at ACT gets is an all round development programme that ensures every child's physical, mental and emotional Wellness.

Project Leaders
RADHIKA ARVINDAM
RADHIKA ARVINDAM
Organization Information
http://ashwinitrust.org
#3,ST.JOHN'S CROSS ROAD
ULSOOR
BANGALORE, KARNATAKA 560042
India
08040924050

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 6582938671
Organization Information
http://ashwinitrust.org
#3,ST.JOHN'S CROSS ROAD
ULSOOR
BANGALORE, KARNATAKA 560042
India
08040924050

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 6582938671

Project Reports

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Aug 8, 2018
Engage the children in Government schools
Sneha(name changed) studying in class 7 is staying in Garudacharpalya near Whitefield which is far away from the school along with her father and grandparents.She was studying in a Tamil medium School...
Jul 31, 2018
Changing the lives of children through Education
Puneet ( name changed) joined Ashwini Charitable Trust(ACT)when he was 7 years old. He is the first generation literate in his family which comprises of  his father who is a cable mechanic,...
May 11, 2018
Inspiring hope in the lives of these children
Sandhya studying in class 2 lost her mother few years back,now lives with her grandmother who works as a janitor who is struggling to take care of her grandchildren. Sandhya’s father is an...
 
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