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5 Best NGOs in India That Made a Difference

In this article, we will discuss 5 Best NGO's in India that helped improve our society in unique ways.

We see different people on a daily basis who need our concern and help to lead a better life. But we need immense courage, dedication, and hard work to stand for those needy people. Last but not the least we need a good heart to do something for others. NGO's or the Non Governmental organizations do all these things from our behalf. They stand by their side helping them to improve their lives. The best thing is these organizations are not associated with the government. So, they don't get any profit for their generous work. Such great efforts and selflessness deserve our salute.

Today we are going to give information about 5 such NGO's available in India that helps impoverished people.

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List of top 5 NGO's in India

Lok Kalyan Samiti

The first name of this list is Lok Kalyan Samiti, and it deserves to be on the top. This organization has been serving for people from 1975. Recently they have started a program known as "Sponsor a child in India." Under this program over two lakh, people got a new place to live. These slum people have been relocated in Nand Nagri and different other areas. The volunteers of this organization have walked through waterlogged regions to help people. This organization has knocked every possible door to offer them sanitation, healthcare, and education.

As you know, education is the biggest weapon to combat poverty. That is why they have started this program so that different generous people like you can sponsor a child. With your small help, a child can complete his or her education and lead a healthy life. They are providing free coaching to these children too. Of course, it's a significant step to make India a better place to live.

To know how Lok Kalyan Samiti is one of the best NGOs in India, visit their official website by clicking the link below:


Smile Foundation

Smile foundation came into existence in the year 2002. A group of corporate professionals started this organization and brought changes in various lives. Many underprivileged children and communities are leading a happy life just because of this organization. They work 24/7 to provide them a protected life and lively environment. This NGO has won many awards for their excellent work. Nothing can be better than reviving a child's lost childhood. The biggest award is they are the hope of many young hearts.

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Helpage India

Do you remember those years when you walk by holding your parent's hand? Have you ever thought what can happen to you if your parents leave those small hands? Unfortunately, nowadays this is the biggest misery of the life of many people. This is the stage when parents become children and children should take care of them. But they left them for their selfish reasons. Helpage India came in existence in the year 1978. Since then they have been taking care of these elderly adults. This leading platform is for all those senior citizens who are left by their families.

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Goonj

Goonj, an organization justifies its name. Its voice and efforts are completely dedicated to rural people. After knowing their values and beliefs, you have to think for long. They don't get enough sponsors. Still, they give their best to help those needy people and reuse all those materials to turn them into precious resources. They have already earned appreciations for their initiative of turning reused materials into valuable resources. In this way, they are actually creating a parallel economy.

Official Website:

https://goonj.org

Plan India

Plan India is one of the best organizations that understand the potentials of talented but deprived children. They help all those children and their families so that they can lead a healthy life and enjoy the benefits. They have been working for the last 35 years. Their superb quality management systems received ISO 9001:2008 certification as an award. They are the pioneer of child development in India.

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