September 2021

In the month of September 2021, Smile India Trust, worked on sustainable development for the underprivileged and vulnerable members of the population with a special focus on children and persons living in difficult circumstances.  This month we helped with medical aids for few children, food distribution, women’s hygiene kits. To view our activities this month click here.

Small charitable giving can bring bigger impacts. | charitable giving

In the world where most of the people have become self-centred, Smile India Trust craves to serve the society for the protection and development of children on the street and in difficult circumstances by charitable giving. the best way to show your support is to make a donation – doesn’t matter how big or small. Every contribution has the power to make a huge difference.

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What is charitable giving? It’s a way that many people elect to support a specific cause or organization that is close to their heart. Smile India Trust desires to work for the edification of those privilege-seeking kids living in slum or rural areas and to work for the empowerment and welfare of women and girls from the benighted parts of the society and also to make them self-reliant. There are numerous volunteers and donors who wish to support us and are a great supporters and motivators for Charitable Giving.

Through their charity we distributed 42,000 tonnes of food and other supplies to over 1,90,000covid affected families since the first lockdown was announced last March 2020. The team for nearly 18 months distributed over 2,78,000 food and hygiene kits to the marginalised members of the society, including labourers and destitute people in slums within Delhi/NCR.

Also, to avoid undernutrition ration packets and prepacked food in Delhi / NCR Region has been distributed in poor families who are struggling daily for survival – procuring the same with the charitable help of donations, both in terms of cash and material aid. With the support of its donors and charitable giving, the organization is working round the clock to fulfil other critical needs such as food and sanitary products in slums and needy people.

Smile foundation For various families and children in slums are directly benefitting by various projects and campaigns run by them. We live in a country where we see too many differences in the living standard of the people. Visit Here: – https://bit.ly/2WCnnGL

Smile India Trust, Working with a Holistic Child Development Approach to Put Smile on Each Needy Children’s Face as a Smile Organization for Development

NGO, Smile India Trust established in 2017 for the protection and development of children on the street and in difficult circumstances. Smile India Trust works for bringing a Smile Organization for these underprivileged children, for their all round development by providing them shelter, nutrition, Education, Medical & Healthcare services.
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Smile Organization For various families and children in slums are directly benefitting by various projects and campaigns run by them. We live in a country where we see too many differences in the living standard of the people. Also, when we look at the educational background of different people, we observe the difference between educated and uneducated groups of society. Fortunate are those people who receive love from everyone around them. Above all, those who get the chance to go to school, colleges and learn new things are the lucky ones. The reason why we are calling them luckiest ones is that they get a proper education in schools, able to discover their talents and utilize that in the right direction. Besides this, they make some good friends to play, laugh, cry, share, and live every moment with them.

But ask yourself that, have you ever thought of those children who are uneducated? Don’t you think that even the poorest ones deserve a fair chance to go to school? Our Smile India Trust main Smile Organization is “Help Transform Lives Of Poor kids On the Streets Of Delhi and NCR Region.”What’s your take on education for everyone regardless of the economic status of an individual? I must say these thoughts-provoking questions will shake your mind for sure. But we should take responsibility at our level. Moreover, it’s our moral obligation that we should come forward and assist those who want to learn, but they are unable to pay for their education. Yes, many homeless children in India are willing to learn, but destiny is playing games with them. However, it’s good to see that India has got an NGO for the needy like Smile India Trust who is not only educating children, but counselling parents to send even a girl child to school.