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Global Help - A Campaign

Global Help
Joining the ‘needy hands’ & ‘helping hands’!

Hi Friends,

Today’s world runs on information, and you too can help and serve needy people, just by passing/disseminating the information. You may be extending your services to the society in any form (the services may be spiritual, social, cultural or anything and in any form) please share with us the information about yourself or your organization. What services you are providing and in which places.

If you permit us we will place the information, in our site, so that those in need of your help may contact you. Or those who are willing to join you, can join, you or your organization, and support your cause.

We are creating a medium where in both the people who need services, and the people who are willing to help, have a platform that joins them.

We would highly appreciate if you will join with us for this genuine cause.

Motto of the Campaign:

Our mission is to create a medium, where the needy hands, reach, helping hands.

To help needy people by giving them, the information about various organizations and individuals, giving free services, of any sort such as education, health, physical service etc.

If you are interested, please share your information or you want o request for help, please reach us at this email id gayathrizone@gmail.com . Also you can comment below using the comment box.

We have been getting very good response from NGOs about this campaign. We listed the organizations those have shown their interest to reach needy people:

North South Foundation (NSF) is a volunteer driven non-profit organization established in 1989. 

Association for Socialize and Human Action (ASHA) Asha has been working in Chinturu Mandal since 1994. Asha started Non formal Education (NFE) centres in 5 villages in Kothapalli area as an entry point activity. And proceeded with thrift programme under Sahaya Podupu Nidhi with focus on women. Asha succeeded in enrolling 450 members in 26 groups of 23 villages.

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