Projects


Annamrita (Midday Meal Program)


In 2004, the Government of Maharashtra appointed Annamrita to provide nutritional midday meals for primary school children. The initiative aims to break the hunger cycle by providing impoverished families the incentive to keep their children in school—and off the streets. Annamrita is a non-profit strategic program run for the benefit of all hungry students without consideration of caste, religion, or gender. For most children, it is their only complete meal of the day.

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Bhaktivedanta Hospital


Bhaktivedanta Hospital was established not just to meet the health needs of the burgeoning suburban residents of Mira Road, but also give solace for their mind and spirit. A non-profit organization supported by philanthropic donors, it extends its services to the society in form of subsidized treatment of the underprivileged, an active role in treatment of disaster victims and free health camps for the needy…

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LNH Orphanage


The year 1900 saw a severe plague ravage the city of Mumbai and parts of Gujarat state claiming innumerable lives. The wife of then Governor of Mumbai, Lady Northcote, with the help of some affluent businessmen started this orphanage to provide shelter to the children orphaned during the catastrophe. The original trustees had a provision that the children be taught spiritual values, but over the years the standards and the facilities deteriorated…

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Gopal’s Garden School


Children are the world’s most valuable resource and its best hope for the future. After unconditional love and attention, there may be nothing more powerful a parent can give a child than education. Education brings with it adult mentors who care about kids, knowledge about health, the world, character-building experiences, a responsibility to participate in government, and a sense of unity with the world. A child’s quality of life…

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Gopal’s Fun School


Gopal Fun School is a weekend program for urban kids. Every parent has an earnest desire to give their child the best by fulfilling their physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs. GFS recognizes the importance of these priorities and equips the kids with lifelong skills and attitudes, which will enable them to make positive and outstanding contributions in all aspects of life. Modern society has discovered that, beyond physical…

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Barsana Eye Camp


Blindness, especially related to cataracts, poses a major challenge all over the world. India, as one of the biggest developing countries, has a large number of blind requiring sight-restoring cataract surgeries. In the early 1990’s more than a third of the world’s total blind population of 35 million lived in India with the majority of these cases due to cataracts, an easily treatable condition…

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Vrindavan Hospice


Although modern medicine is making tremendous advancement in disease management, there are many cases that reach a state of incurability. Death is inevitable but arrives slowly and is accompanied by severe pain, discomfort and emotional crisis both for the patient and the family. Globally, hospice is a facility for such end stage patients who do not need active medical intervention for cure…

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Govardhan Eco Village


Govardhan Eco Village (GEV) illustrates ‘Simple Living & High Thinking’ – a principle which is so succinct, yet profound, and formed the basis of life in the bygone age of wisdom. Life in the Vedic times was focused on Service, but not on exploitation; this was the cardinal rule of living and the very essence of people’s dealings – with each other and that with Mother Nature. With the concepts…

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Venu Madhuri


Venu Madhuri is a rural development project that aims at sustainable development and self-sufficiency through traditional wisdom. Although agriculture contributes only 21% of India’s GDP, its importance in the country’s economic, social, and political fabric goes well beyond this indicator. The rural areas are still home to some 72 percent of the India’s 1.1 billion people, a large number of whom are poor. Most of the rural poor depend on rain-fed agriculture and fragile forests for their livelihoods and lack basic amenities.

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