Ghar - Qause


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Meet the NGO

‘Making a difference to the lives of people’Each one of us has a desire to do something for those who are lesser fortunate than us. Each one does so in one’s own ways. Some are fortunate to be able to give wings to their dreams. ‘Ghar’ is an outcome of one such dream.‘Ghar’ is about belonging, about hope, future, security, education, care and affection; ‘Ghar’ is about feelings, emotions and above all about love. ‘Ghar’ is what each one of us cherishes in our hearts.‘Ghar’ encompasses several ‘homes’ that will house orphans, paralysed women and the elderly. Each component will complement the others. Our vision is to make the lives of marginalised children and orphans, the differently-abled and the elderly secure, productive and fulfilling by setting up integrated homes for them; to educate and empower marginalised children and orphans, to make the differently-abled productive members of society and chart a new tomorrow for them and to enhance the quality of life of the elderly. Our endeavour is to provide orphan children quality education, facilitate their overall development and inculcate in them good values and morals that shape them into good human beings. Good facilities that help in the overall development of children and to make the lives of all residents fulfilling and happy have been provided. ‘Ghar’ is managed by ‘Sant Ishwar Foundation’, a public charitable trust incorporated in December 2018 to serve humanity. The trust is registered under The Societies Registration Act, 1860, The Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1950 and under Niti Aayog.Our Journey so far – the civil infrastructure of ‘Ghar’ has been completed and furnishing work is underway. In the first phase, the homes for paralysed women and the elderly will be opened. Subsequently, the child care home will become operational. Registrations of residents for the homes for paralysed women and the elderly has commenced. Join us and be a part of the journey we have begun and contribute generously for a cause which is close to everyone’s heart. Donations are exempt u/s 80G of the Income Tax Act.

Meet the Founder

Colonel Mickie Uberoi is a retired Army officer. He graduated from the prestigious National Defence Academy (NDA) and took premature retirement in 2007 after 25 years of meritorious service to become an entrepreneur and to start giving back to society. He has been involved in social work since many years. Over this period he has uplifted the poor in various ways, has treated and rehabilitated a paralysed person, has educated children from poor families and has helped the downtrodden by getting them medical treatment, uplifting their standard of living and in assisting them to become productive and responsible members of society.His dream of many years to start an orphanage has now fructified. It has graduated from an orphanage to a home that will house orphan girls, paralysed women and the elderly. His vision is to provide the residents of ‘Ghar’ what members of a middle class family enjoy and to spread awareness and sensitise the younger generation to the aspects of humanity and human care. The entire civil infrastructure of ‘Ghar’ has been created by him

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