Many of us find it simple to show our sorrow and worry for the helplessness we observe all around us. But standing up for those in need requires tremendous courage, commitment, and—most importantly—a caring heart. NGOs (non-profit organizations) aren’t a part of the government or a typical for-profit corporation. Such kind actions deserve recognition. A few of the top NGOs in Delhi are listed below:
Smile Foundation –
A group of young corporate professionals founded the Smile Foundation in 2002 with the goal of improving the lives of poor children, their families, and communities. The foundation not only works day and night to provide a sustainable life for the needy but ensures that they get a protected and lively atmosphere.
They make sure to do all that is possible to kindle hope in young hearts. They have won a number of awards for their excellent work and believe in compliance with the law and adherence to the best possible ethical standards. Nothing could possibly be a greater act of kindness to give kids a chance to recreate their lost childhood.
Satya Shakti Foundation –
Satya Shakti Foundation (the best NGO in Delhi NCR) is a Non-Profit Organization (NPO) as well-defined in Section 8 under the Companies Act, 2013. The SATYA Shakti Foundation is a non-governmental organization that was established in 2020 and runs under the name “SATYA Micro Capital Ltd”.
Its fundamental values include philanthropy and human welfare. The goal of the NGO is to raise awareness of public health & education issues among all those in need in order to improve the quality of life for marginalized or poor people.
Goonj as its title indicates is an organization that strives to increase rural volunteerism. Their beliefs and values would leave anybody thinking for a long. Even if there is a lack of sponsors sometimes, they never lack the intention to do great efforts. They focus on re-using the materials. They try to turn old reusable materials into valuable resources. Goonj has earned a lot of appreciation and recognition for creating a parallel economy with old material as a valuable source.
With the goal of encouraging self-reliance, Deepalaya envisions a society where everyone is self-sufficient and is supported by legal rights, equity, justice, and a culture of service in which all are self-reliant.
Being an ISO 9001:2008 certified non–governmental organization, they are committed to working on issues affecting the urban and rural poor, with a special focus on women and children. They have worked on various projects, in the field of education, health, differently-abled people, and women empowerment, to name a few.
SAKSHI, which has been fully active over the last 18 years, focuses on the fields of Education, Health, and Community Development, which are the areas of greatest need and deserve attention. They have been a part of an infinite number of projects, all aiming for a better society, and a better nation.
After receiving so many awards, SAKSHI is covered by the media every now and then. They are a true recipient of all appreciation. Their initiatives totally derive inspiration.
These are just a few of hundreds of non-profitable organizations that work with full passion and concern to give some people a life with dignity and self-respect. So, whenever you feel like doing a bit on your part, we have given you a few picks, to start with.