Deloitte India employees were engaged on occasi­on of their impact day at our ujjwala project on 27th of November 2015. ‪#‎impactday2015‬ ‪#‎Bengaluru‬ ‪#‎Bangalore‬...

world disabled day

Our founder, Mr. @MC Ramesh with Smt Umashree. Honarable Minister for women and child development government of karnataka,on occasion of on 3rd December 2015 at kanteerava indoor stadium, bangalore....

Makkala Habba 2015 Event in Bangalore

Join United Way Bengaluru and Vidyaranya in celebrating childhood in the best way possible! Only at Cubbon Park, Bengaluru on the 14th and 15th of November, 2015. We promise a whole array of fun games including Lagori, Buguri, Kunte Pille among many others, that are sure to send you back in time! For any queries write to us: info@uwbengaluru.org info@vidyaranya.org...

Spurthi

“SPURTHI“ Residential School For Mentally Challenged Children “Vidyaranya” has been executing “Spruthi” Residential School for Mentally Challenged children. 75 Mentally Retarded children in the school. This institution is staffed with 7 trained teachers and 5 helpers. The children are being accessed to various services such as education, free note books, uniforms etc. In addition to this, the organization has also carrying out medical assessment for the children every year.  ...

SANJEEVINI REHABILITATION

 SANJEEVINI REHABILITATION CENTRE FOR WOMEN IN PROBLEMS (SWADHAR)  Our organization has been focusing on empowerment of oppressed women. We have been running two rehabilitation centers namely ‘Sanjeevini” under Swadhar scheme. Swadhar is central government’s scheme sponsored by Ministry of Women and Child Development, New Delhi. Objective  The following shall be the objectives of the project; (1)  To provide primary need of shelter, food, clothing and care to the marginalized women/girls living in difficult circumstances who...

HOSA BELAKU

“HOSA BELAKU” (Home For The Aged) Abandoning the aged persons is alarming every day. They are illtreated by their kith and kin since they are unproductive. They are not in position to contribute anything economically to their families. They need a support to take care of them. But unfortunately there are no services available in their areas. They are also suffering from many diseases such as diabetic, cataract etc. The inmates in our home totally...