Who are the TOP 5 NGO serving for the people in India
Smile Foundation- is to empower underprivileged children, youth and women through relevant education, innovative healthcare and market-focused livelihood programmes.
Smile Foundation is to deploy best possible methodology and technology for achieving ideal SROI (social return on investment), to practice and promote good governance. To link business competitiveness of the corporate with social development initiatives; also to sensitize privileged children, youth and citizens in general to promote Civic Driven Change.
Narayan Seva Sansthan-is a non profit charity organisation that was established in the year 1985 with a fistful of flour and with a view to serve the patients belonging to the poorest of the poor sections of the society through the ‘free of cost’ corrective surgeries of patients suffering from polio and other ‘by birth’ disabilities. The headquarter of the organization is at Udaipur city in the state of Rajasthan, India. The organization has an 1100 bedded hospitals where the patients around the country and abroad make way for their respective polio related treatment and corrective surgeries. Till date, the top charity has got successfully conducted more than 382500 ‘free of cost’ polio corrective surgeries of people irrespective of their caste, creed, religion, etc.
Save the Children– In India and around the world, Save the Children is on the ground – every day and in times of crisis. Our pioneering programmes address children’s unique needs, giving them a healthy start, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. When crisis strikes, we are always among the first to respond and the last to leave. We are outspoken champions for children, ensuring their voices are heard and their issues are given top priority. Drawing on a century of leading expertise, we take on the toughest challenges facing the hardest-to-reach children – especially those unfairly excluded from the world’s progress.
Reliance Foundation– flagship programme, Bharat-India-Jodo (RF BIJ), works to bridge the development gap between rural and urban India. Committed to rural transformation, the programme works with small and marginal farmers and helps farming households that have limited livelihood options. These farmers, who mostly own rain-fed lands, often lack irrigation sources and are typically dependent on single crops. They are often unable to cultivate their entire landholdings, either because the quality of land is poor or because they lack the necessary resources. With these factors severely limiting their earning potential, most of them are forced to migrate and seek work as unskilled labourers.
Feeding India is a not-for-profit social organization which aims to solve the problem of hunger, malnutrition and food waste in the country. We channelize extra nutritious food from individuals, weddings, restaurants, corporate offices to the people who really need it and have no means or access food. We also serve freshly cooked food or raw grains to our partnered shelter homes and beneficiaries.
The organization started 4 years back when the founder of Feeding India attended a grand wedding where there were 35+ cuisines. Mr. Ankit witnessed heaps of excess food being sent straight to the bin which could have fed 10,000+ people just that night. At 22, he quit his well-paying job and a growing career at an MNC to do something which he felt is more important- making India a hunger and food-waste free nation.