Good charities in India include Apnalaya, the Sahaara Charitable Society, Seva Mandir, Helping Hands in Service and Room to Read, according to Give Well. These charities focus primarily on education and other diverse needs of India's population.Continue Reading
Australian expatriates founded Apnalaya in the 1970s while working close to the slums of South Mumbai. The modern charity focuses on keeping individuals with this community informed about some of their essential rights, such as the right to receive certain aid from the government and the right to not be charged for food while they are recovering in a hospital. The charity also provides a daycare program intended to help out working mothers.
The Sahaara Charitable Society runs many programs in Mumbai, including programs that help male ex-prisoners, that benefit the pre-primary education program, that assist the government's juvenile centers and that help prostitutes find other professions.
Seva Mandir works out of Rajasthan and focuses primarily on education, health, and strengthening the local economy.
Helping Hands in Service provides programs for residents, including computer classes and daycare services. The largest focus of the organization is to help support teachers in the area.
Another educational charity is Room to Read. This organization focuses on helping foster educational development and growth in the developmental areas of India.Learn more about Business & Finance