India’s first NGO for single income family widows: AASHMAN Foundation

Aashman Foundation is a nonprofit organization working resolutely towards promoting the cause of women, empowering single-income families, and promoting child education, through its various livelihood programs. The foundation has been successfully achieving its aims together with the supporting hands for the past 8 years. The organization was founded in 2013 and has been giving its best ever since.

India’s 1st and the only NGO working for Single Income Family Widows, running free Women Empowerment centers, and Nishulak pathshala -free schools in 11 states of the country.

The dream of AASHMAN Foundation is to work unconditionally on Women Empowerment, Single Income families, and underprivileged children through relevant healthcare, innovative education and environmental-based livelihood programs.

The organization also runs a widow help desk to help under and less privileged widows by giving them a chance to live their lives burden free by providing them with basic necessities like monthly groceries, child education, skill empowerment to support themselves, health checkup, medicine, and essential items.

Team Aashman has worked wholeheartedly and tirelessly towards creating the opportunity to empower women and single income families by providing them the skill training like stitching, beauty session, patient care, computer training by arranging camps in different districts and states of India.

The skill training offered by the foundation helps people to become financially strong if something happens to the primary earner of the family. They not only empower women but the poor children whose families cannot afford the money to teach them by enrolling them in their Nishullka Patshala program- 16 free-of-cost schools in 11 different states of India giving free education.

Growing up in poverty, kids face tough challenges: hunger and malnutrition, limited access to education and medical services, gang violence, social discrimination, and isolation. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Donating to charity is a major mood booster. The knowledge that you are helping others is hugely empowering and in

turn, can make you feel happier and more fulfilled. Charity’s aims have to fall categories that the law says are charitable. These are like preventing or reviling poverty or advancing the arts, culture, heritage, or sciences.

The aim is to work together with the help of the common man, corporates & established institutions to create significant values, enhance the skillful environment and uplift social & financial level into the different segment of the society and bring change into the lives of people with the emotional, financial and social development support so they can feel empowered.

Check out the website to know more about it.

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