Vidyaranya Education and Development Society (VEDS) is located at Mandur, Bangalore East Taluk of Bangalore Urban District. It is a non-profit making and secular development organization which was started by like-minded people in 1991. The non-profit organization entered this field with an objective to help downtrodden and needy so that they can also step up with everyone. The mission of VEDS is to work with marginalized section of the society the Dalits, disabled Tribals, women, and children towards their empowerment and enable them to evolve a vision of an alternative society.
The Rainbow home of VEDS provides provides education, shelter, medical care etc to the vulnerable street girl children. Your donation of Rs 3300 will be used to provide the following facilities to the vulnerable girl children.
|– Providing shelter
– Providing food
– Providing beds, beddings etc
– Providing bridge education
– Provide vocational trainings
|Rs 3300 per girl child per month
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About the organization
Vidyaranya Education and Development Society (VEDS) is located at Mandur, Bangalore East Taluk of Bangalore Urban District. It is a non-profit making and secular development organization which was started by like-minded people in 1991. VEDS has grown to the heights of success by rendering its services to poor women, children, aged, and disabled, etc in Bangalore Urban, Bangalore Rural, and Hassan Districts.
The non-profit organization entered this field with an objective to help downtrodden and needy so that they can also step up with everyone.VEDS is a team of hard working staff not only helps the focus groups but also pays complete personal attention to their each and every need in order to make them stand on their own feet.
“To build a just and peaceful society”
“To work with marginalized section of the society the Dalits, disabled Tribals, women, and children towards their empowerment and enable them to evolve a vision of an alternative society including alternate models of social and economic relations and alternate development paradigm.”
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is originally from Udayapura. Her parents came to Bangalore for construction work. Last year her father died due to illness. After her father’s death her mother stayed in her relative’s house for some days.The economic status of the family is very poor, no land or other sources to lead life. No one is there to take care and protect. Now her mother is living alone. The mother is doing cleaning work at hotel on daily wages; the owner of the hotel is paying some money for her work. The child was also helping her mother in her work.She started attending Local School and learnt to read and write and managed to study up to 1st standard. She was referred by one of the Social worker named Kamala and got admitted in our home. Thus this girl is dreaming about her future.She is very active and shows interest in sports. She is good at studies and friendly with other children.
is the elder daughter to her parents. She is originally from Thavarekere. Last year her father died due to illness. So her mother came to Bangalore in search of a job and stayed in her relative’s house for some days.The economic status of the family is very poor, no land or other sources to lead life. Her mother is an illiterate and does know to read and write. Now her mother lives in her relative’s house. She works as cheap labor as and when she is required on building sites, when she works, she earns Rs.50/- Per day.Till 7 years she did not get to admit into any School. Her mother came to know about Rainbow Home from reliable sources and admitted her in our home. Thus her mother is dreaming about her future. She is very active and mingles with other children. She is good at studies and participating in all activities. Now she is cheerful and friendly with other children.
Mandur, (Via) Virgonagar,BangaloreEast
Mr.M.C.Ramesh, General Secretary
080-28470731 & 22862622