Top NGO in Gujarat. Who is providing a better Society?

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Non-Governmental Organizations in India have grown and strengthened through their good work in the last few decades. However, only a few of them have been able to make a good impact on society and some are still working hard and serving society. Despite being surrounded by all the troubles prevailing in our nation, it is the lack of transparency or the rate of corruption. There are some Top NGO in Gujarat that has reached a level and some want to reach where the Indian community has seen their efforts.

Today I will talk to you about the Top Non-Governmental Organizations in Gujarat, how they are doing good for society by doing good work for the society in India. They will give complete information about NGOs and how they will reach the top. Read more detail below for more information.

Top NGO in Gujarat

Before discussing the Top NGO’s in Gujarat, let us know some important things about these NGOs.

What is NGO

An NGO is an organization in which the government has no role; It is a Non-governmental organization. People who have good money or business help people through NGOs, this is an organization which is aimed at the welfare of the society. NGOs do a lot of social work such as housing for widowed women, teaching poor orphans, protection of women, etc.

NGO Overviews

NGONon-Governmental Organization
Types of NGOTrust Act of 1882
Society Act of 1860
Section 8 Act 2013
Tax Benefits80G, 12AA
FCRAForeign Contribution (Regulation) Act 2010
Work AreasEducation, Health, Environment, Agriculture, Women’s and Child, Sports, Old Age etc.
NGOs workAll over INDIA

Best NGO’s in Gujarat

Here the updated list of Top NGOs in Gujarat is officially created by our team NGOFeed. To know detailed information about Registration, Purpose, Objectives, Mission and Vision, Office etc. Read this post carefully.

Saath (Initiatives for Equity in Development)

Saath
Saath

Saath (which in Hindi/Gujarati means ‘together, co-operation, a collective or support’), founded in 1989, is an NGO in India registered as a Public Charitable Trust and is based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Saath closely works with the deprived communities and empowers the socially marginalized by providing them livelihood services, and imparting skills leading to employment, health and education facilities. Saath focuses on livelihood services, child rights, human rights, young girls’ education, skill development and other community services.

NameSaath
Types of RegistrationNon-Profit Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G
Founded1989
Mission/VisionMission: To make human settlements equitable living environments where all residents and vulnerable people have access to health, education, essential infrastructure services and livelihood options, irrespective of their economic and social status.
Vision: Saath envisions inclusive and empowered communities and individuals.
FounderRajendra Joshi
Area of WorkThe focus areas of Saath are livelihoods, skill development, health and education, rights, urban governance, financial inclusion, rehabilitation and resettlement and other community development initiatives.
Place of WorkIt operates in Gujarat.
Official Websitewww.saath.org
NGO Review4.9/5
Contact UsAddress: O/102 NandanvanV, Near Prerana Tirth Dehrasar, Jodhpur, Ahmedabad 380 015, INDIA
Email: [email protected]

Shree Navchetan Andhjan Mandal

Shree Navchetan Andhjan Mandal

Shri Navchetan Andhjan Mandal was established on October 31, 1976, with an aim to provide help and support to the Mentally Retarded, Visually Impaired, Hearing Impaired and the Orthopedic Handicapped children in the field of education, medical care, vocational training, rehabilitation and employment generation. The organization depends on charity to carry out its day to day activities amongst the disabled children age group 5-18 years, of all castes, community, religion and belief. We educate the disabled children for optimal development and provide professional and vocational training with an aim to enable them to earn a livelihood.

NameShree Navchetan Andhjan Mandal
Types of RegistrationNon-Profit Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded1976
Mission/VisionMission: To establish facilities for and provide support to the disabled by reaching out to them. To promote social justice and empowerment.
Vision: To provide each and every disabled person in our care with education, health care, medical care and vocational training for rehabilitation to enable them to become contributing members of the society and earn a livelihood.
FounderMr. Laljibhai M Prajapati
Area of WorkWe provide help and support to the Mentally Retarded, Visually Impaired, Hearing Impaired and the Orthopedic Handicapped children in the field of education, medical care, vocational training, rehabilitation and employment generation.
Place of WorkIt operates in Gujarat.
Official Websitewww.navchetan.org
NGO Review4.9/5
Contact UsAddress: Opp.- Maahi Dairy, Madhapar, Bhuj, Gujarat 370020
Email: [email protected]

Gramin Vikas Trust

Gramin Vikas Trust
Gramin Vikas Trust

Gramin Vikas Trust, A Non-Government Organization, registered under the Society Registration Act 1860 and  Public Charitable trust Act 1950, in the year 2003, an initiative by a team of trustees from varied fields professionals, businessmen as well as servicemen but all with a common goal and vision TO EDUCATE AND EMPOWER THE RURAL COMMUNITY Dr Dipak Chaudhary, the Founder Trustee of GRAMIN VIKAS TRUST along with his team and integrated activities is trying and reaching those unreached in the remotest areas.

NameGramin Vikas Trust
Types of RegistrationNon-Government Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded2003
Mission/VisionMission: To empower the underprivileged women, children, elderly and physically challenged individuals by enriching their lives through Education, Health and Sustainable Livelihood Skills and Opportunities.
Vision: Our vision is also to be an enabler bringing together corporate, groups of interested individuals, community organizations and the communities in need to do some meaningful work towards enriching the lives of those in needs.
FounderDr Dipak Chaudhary
Area of WorkTO EDUCATE AND EMPOWER THE RURAL COMMUNITY
Place of WorkIt operates in Gujarat.
Official Websitewww.graminvikastrust.org
NGO Review4.8/5
Contact UsAddress: Veer Annex, 1st Floor B/h Circuit House, Abu Highway, Palanpur: 385001 Dist- Banaskantha, Gujarat (India)
Email: [email protected]

Blind Peoples Association, India

Blind Peoples Association, India

Blind People’s Association is a professional organization which beliefs in providing equal opportunities to all categories of people with disabilities. Consistent with the philosophy, it works for providing education, employment opportunities, equal rights and quality life for them. BPA understands that gainful employment plays an essential part in the life of a person because it gives him status and binds him to the society. Acceptance of disabled persons at work can be viewed as society’s acceptance of these Persons without discrimination. However, many people with disabilities are still unable to obtain gainful occupation and are dependent on others.

NameBlind People’s Association
Types of RegistrationNon-Government Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded2003
Mission/VisionPromoting comprehensive rehabilitation of persons with all categories of disabilities through education, training, employment, community-based rehabilitation, integrated education, research, publications, human resource development and other innovative means.
FounderJagdish K Patel
Area of WorkWe work for providing education, employment opportunities, equal rights and quality life for them.
Place of WorkIt operates in Gujarat.
Official Websitewww.bpaindia.org
NGO Review4.8/5
Contact UsAddress: Jagdish Patel Chowk, Surdas Marg, Vastrapur, Ahmedabad – 380015. India
Email:[email protected]

Samerth Charitable Trust

Samerth Charitable Trust

Samerth Charitable Trust firmly believes that every human being must live a dignified life. In our journey spanning over two decades, we have firmly put this belief into action, empowered vulnerable, marginalised communities and provided them with the social as well as economic dignity. We believe in collaborating with government programmes for broader reach and impact. We combine institutional, corporate and individual support to touch the lives at the grassroots level.

NameSamerth Charitable Trust
Types of RegistrationNon-Government Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded1992
Mission/VisionMission: To work towards strengthening capacities of vulnerable communities & groups to get their entitlement in every aspect of human existence 
Vision: To build a humane, sustainable and equitable society.
FounderGazala Paul
Area of WorkSamerth has worked relentlessly, empowered vulnerable, marginalised communities and provided them with the social as well as economic dignity.
Place of WorkIt operates in Gujarat.
Official Websitewww.samerth.org
NGO Review4.7/5
Contact UsAddress: Q-402, Shrinand Nagar Part-2, Shrinand Nagar, Vejalpur, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380051
Email: [email protected]

Visamo Kids Foundation

Visamo Kids Foundation
Visamo Kids Foundation

Visamo Kids Foundation (VKF), an Ahmedabad based NGO, works towards providing free education to poor children coming from underprivileged(under poverty line) families from all over Gujarat.

Visamo, a truly sustainable, fresh, vital and dynamic initiative, started off with 18 underprivileged children from the poorest of the poor families from earthquake-affected regions of Gujarat. Since its initiation in 2002, soon after the massive earthquake that shook the whole of Gujarat, VKF has focused on working towards empowering lives by facilitating access to quality education and secured environment to the underprivileged children of Gujarat.

NameVisamo Kids Foundation
Types of RegistrationNon-Government Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G
Founded2002
Mission/VisionMission: Empowering lives through Education that empowers them for a better future.
Vision: We want each child to be confident of herself/himself and to be able to stand as an equal in society with an equal number of opportunities in life. We wish to see them as pilots, commandos, CEOs, singers, dancers and be happy with whatever conscious choices they make in life.
FounderManjula Pooja Shroff
Area of WorkWe works towards providing free education to poor children coming from underprivileged(under poverty line) families from all over Gujarat.
Place of WorkIt operates in Gujarat.
Official Websitewww.visamokids.org
NGO Review4.6/5
Contact UsAddress: Nandanpark Society, Bopal, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Email: [email protected]

Sense International (India)

Sense International (India)
Sense International (India)

Sense International India (also known as Sense India) is the only national-level organisation supporting needs-based services which enable children and adults with deafblindness to overcome the challenges caused by deafblindness. Sense India’s key objective is to provide information, guidance, support, and training needed along with being committed to helping persons with deafblindness and multiple disabilities and their families by raising awareness and campaigning for rights, opportunities, and services throughout the nation.

NameSense International India
Types of RegistrationNon-Government Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded1997
Mission/VisionOur Vision is of a world in which all children and adults with deafblindness and multiple disabilities can be full and active members of society.
Our purpose is to work in partnership with others – people with deafblindness and multiple disabilities, their families, caregivers and professionals – to ensure that everyone facing challenges because of deafblindness and multiple disabilities has access to advise, opportunities and support.
FounderAkhil S. Paul
Area of WorkWe work with deafblindness and multiple disabilities, their families, caregivers and professionals
Place of WorkIt operates in Gujarat.
Official Websitewww.senseintindia.org
NGO Review4.5/5
Contact UsAddress: 2nd Floor, Administrative Block, Andhajan Mandal Campus, Opp.IIM Vastrapur, Ahmedabad-380015
Email: [email protected]

Blind Welfare Council, Dahod

Blind Welfare Council, Dahod
Blind Welfare Council, Dahod

This organization is working in the most backward part of Dahod-Panchmahal Districts of Gujarat state. The people living in this area are poor, illiterate and belong to tribal casts (Adivasis).

In this area, the disability rate is quite high because of the lack of nutritious food, lack of awareness and illiteracy of these tribal people. There were only no agencies in this area working field of disability. In this time and situation, in August 2000 the Trust named BLIND WELFARE COUNCIL was established. In this trust, there are 11 trustees. 8 out of them are with Visual Impairment. These all trustees had made an aim to help the disabled so that they may not face the difficulties in life and can acquire a good status and position in society.

NameBlind Welfare Council
Types of RegistrationNon-Government Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded2000
Mission/VisionOur Mission: To strive and respond to the rights of disabled people through service delivery and advocacy efforts.
Our Vision: To ensure that all the disabled people of Dahod and Panchmahals and Mahisagar districts have access to the right of equal opportunities leading to improved quality of life and full participation in the society with respect and dignity.
FounderYusufi Kapadia
Area of WorkWe work for all categories of disabled, like
1) Visual Impairment (V.I).
2) Hearing Impairment (H.I)
3) Mental Retardation (M.R)
4) Loco-motor disability (Orthopedically Handicapped)
5) and all other associated disabilities.
Place of WorkIt operates in Gujarat.
Official Websitewww.senseintindia.org
NGO Review4.4/5
Contact UsAddress: Mandaav Road, Opp. Panchmukhi Hanuman Temple, Dahod – 389151, Gujarat – INDIA.
Email: [email protected]

Charutar Arogya Mandal (CAM)

Charutar Arogya Mandal
Charutar Arogya Mandal

Charutar Arogya Mandal (CAM), is an outcome of a dream cherished by late Dr HM Patel, a former Union Finance and Home Minister. He embarked on building an institution which he envisioned would fill the need long-felt, that for a faculty of Medicine, not many thought would succeed. But determined he was to succeed and went about his task with the same missionary zeal and enthusiasm that characterised much of his work in building Vallabh Vidyanagar. The result: an institution that has now grown to include a Medical Council of India recognised medical college, a 900-bed hospital, an institute of post-graduate studies, a school of nursing, a college of physiotherapy, an institute of medical technology, a cardiac centre and a cancer centre in its 100 acres, well developed, lush green campus. 

NameCharutar Arogya Mandal
Types of RegistrationNon-Government Organization
Tax Exemption Certificate12AA, 80G, FCRA
Founded1972
Mission/Vision“We want our institution to shine as an example of what the profession of medicine has to be; noble, deeply rooted in providing solace to the suffering and continually upgrading itself to further its ability to serve humanity.”
FounderDr Amrita Patel
Area of WorkThey even offer substantial discounts in treatment cost to those living below the poverty line, senior citizens, women and children.
Place of WorkIt operates in Gujarat.
Official Websitewww.charutarhealth.org
NGO Review4.3/5
Contact UsAddress: Gokal Nagar, Karamsad – 388 325 District – Anand (Gujarat, INDIA)
Phone: (91-2692) 228411,228412

How to Start an NGO?

Before starting an NGO, you should know what are the basic problems of people in the area you want to reduce. Knowing this, it becomes easier to formulate the purpose and mission of your NGO accordingly. After this, you have to decide the vision, mission and objectives of the NGO.

People who have problems within society will have to work accordingly. Because no one listens to many people’s problems. Therefore, the purpose of any NGO should be to understand the problems of the people and start their NGO accordingly.

Required Document

Before starting an NGO you need some important documents.

  • Memorandum and Rules & Regulations in Duplicate duly signed by Minimum Three persons (Each page on bottom).
  • Ownership Proof of Registered Office. (Electricity Bill/Sale Deed/ GPA/Water Bill etc.)
  • Residential/Office Address Proof of all members of the Society. Such as Voter ID/ Telephone Bill/ Electricity Bill/Pass Port/Driving License etc.
  • NOC from Owner of premises on Rs.10/- Stamp Paper.
  • An affidavit from President on Rs.10/- Stamp Paper.
  • List of Desirous person should be signed by all members of society.
  • Desirous persons or the persons subscribing the name to the Memorandum should not be (in any case) less than seven. If it is proposed to give All India character to the society there must be a minimum of eight different persons from different States of Indian Union to the Memorandum.

How to Register an NGO?

The process of registration of an NGO in India is done in three ways. Or we can also say that NGOs can be registered in any of the three Acts. Let us know what are these three acts?

  • Trust Act
  • Society Act
  • Companies Act

Trust Act

There are Trust Acts in various states of India but if a state does not have a Trust Act, then the 1882 Trust Act applies in that state. It is necessary to have at least two trustees under this act. To register an NGO under this Act, you have to apply to the charity commissioner or registrar office. To register an NGO under the Trust Act, you need a document called a deed.

Society Act

Registration under the Act requires a Memorandum of Association and Rules & Regulations document, this document is very important. A minimum of 7 members is required to create this document. NGOs are registered as societies, but in the state of Maharashtra, NGOs can be registered as trustees in some states such as the Societies Act.

Section 8 Company Act

Memorandum and articles of association and regulation document are required for registration of an NGO under the Companies Act. No stamp paper of any kind is required to create this document, a minimum of three members are required to create this document. In this act, the NGO is registered under the Companies Act.

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