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Welcome to Genesis Trust

We aim to provide support, encouragement and care to special child and deprived people in the society with special focus on rural communities and aim to bring in change in their lives in order to inspire them to help other among rural community. Genesis Charitable Trust, a Non-profit, Non-Governmental organization journey was started in the year of 2011 and formally we registered in the year of 2011 under the Indian Trust Act of 1882. Genesis Trust aims to contribute to society by moulding our country future generation into children and women with honesty and sound knowledge, saturated with love and faith along with immense strength of conviction and belief.

Help Special Child

Genesis is the best NGO in India working for special children education and protection of child rights.

blind n visually impaired

Genesis is the best NGO in India working for blind n visually impaired and protection.

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Donate online for food, clothes for poor children and homeless in India.Help Us.Different types of contributions and in-kind support you can make.

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We need volunteers in large numbers. We rely on the dedication and passion of our volunteers to accomplish our mission.

Here's a bit about us.

The trust is dedicated towards the complete development of underprivileged children who have enormous potential but are deprived of opportunities and facilities. We realized that, to change the face of the country, a wise, courageous and responsible person is essential. Unless we create a large group of such people who could take over various responsibilities in the country and prove their true worth, India cannot realize its potential as a nation.

 

Our Working Field

Education for Mentally physically challenged

To help empower a physically challenged people, by giving them rehabilitation, specialized and technical education and vocational training to make them self dependent.

Women empowerment Awareness programmes

To help women groups, youth groups, self help groups; old aged groups, adolescent groups, children groups/clubs, community leaders groups and group of volunteers.

Farmers Village development activities

NGO is a rural development organisation. Our NGO works on organic farming, women empowerment and health education in Indian rural areas. we have made enormous efforts for agriculture and rural development in India .

Eye health

works toward providing healthcare to the poor having cataract. The NGO is the largest free eye care provider in the people. treating people with eye conditions and bringing eye health services to the most remote areas of the country

Orphanage

Save the Children is best NGO in India working for protection of child rights and child abuse. Volunteer with us or make a donation online to help a child.Orphanage Support. An orphanage is a residential institution devoted to the care of orphans

Our Vision

The NGO serves various people with no partialities among the people. Also we support children education and we serve with the society during the natural calamities period. To empower every individual with knowledge and confidence.

Our Mission

To work with marginalized section of the society the SC, Minorities, tribal, women and specially Children to empower and enable them to evolve a vision of an alternative society including alternate models of social and economic relations and alternate development paradigm.

Protect Special Child, Women & Our Farmers

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Thus the Trust’s goal is to emerge as a global conglomerate of premier academic institutions, each taking pride in having nurtured knowledge that will lead to happiness, peace, harmony and prosperity.

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.“– Mahatma Gandhi

Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.” — Mother Teresa

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