We are offering elementary education for children in need, ensuring they receive quality education beyond early grades.
We aim to provide welfare for society, exemplified by initiatives such as our blankets for the homeless program, because we believe in the power of compassion and collective effort to make a positive impact on the lives of those in need.
AKSHAR is an India based Non-Profit Organization educating underprivileged children in its classroom programs and encouraging social entrepreneurship.
Early childhood interventions have a transformative effect on a child’s trajectory, with 90% of brain development occurring by age five. Quality early education programs lead to improved cognitive abilities, social-emotional skills, and better academic performance, breaking the cycle of poverty and empowering children for a brighter future.
Our organization provides classroom programs free of cost to underprivileged children in rural areas of India, offering education up to grade 4. We have future plans to expand our program and provide a comprehensive education that encompasses higher grade levels.
Our organization recognizes the importance of caring for and uplifting the lives of senior citizens who may have been abandoned or left without support. Through our initiatives, we aim to provide them with the necessary resources, including financial assistance and access to healthcare, ensuring they receive the care and dignity they deserve during their golden years.
A survey conducted by the Centre for Holistic Development (CHD) in 2014 estimated that around 16,000 homeless people die every year in Delhi alone due to extreme weather conditions, including cold temperatures.
Our organization distributes blankets and clothing to footpath dwellers in urban areas, aiming to bring warmth, comfort, and relief to those in need. By addressing their immediate needs, we foster compassion and support, improving their overall well-being and creating a sense of community within our urban areas.
विद्या ददाति विनयं, विनयाद्याति पात्रताम् ।
पात्रत्वाद्धनमाप्नोति, धनाद्धर्मं ततः सुखम् ॥ ५ ॥