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24th March, 2016

Fans, blackboards and almirahs were provided to M.L. Lall Memorial Public School, Jalgran, District Una, HP.

8th March, 2016

International Women’s Day was celebrated by making ladies self help groups in villages Dhanas, Khuda Lahora, Kaimballa, Sarangpur, Dadu Majra, Maloya and Khuda Jasu and they were taught the art of candle making and glass painting to make them self independent.

5th January, 2016

Prarthana Foundation organized an awareness camp for women empowerment at Naya Gaon, Punjab and distributed 10 sewing machines to the girls.

15th December, 2015

An awareness camp at village Tira, Punjab was organized regarding female foeticide as it has been increasing day by day due to old rituals.

10th August, 2015

While continuing its mission of identifying and arranging medical treatment for terminal diseases, Prarthana Foundation paid the expenses of Mr.Babu Ram R/0 Baddi, HP who was admitted in P.G.J.

7th April, 2015

The trust under its educational activities provided books, dresses and stationary, etc to underprivileged children studying in various schools.

18th September, 2014

Clothes were distributed free of cost to poor children after identifying the urgent need to provide clothing.

24 April,2014

Books and stationary were distributed to the students by Prarthana Foundation.

2 March, 2014

A girls named Sunita R/o Dadumajra, Chandigarh was provided with parlour equipment and was assisted to open her parlour under Women empowerment activity of Prarthana Foundation

25 November,2013

 Winter uniforms were distributed to the students in th Vill. Dhanas, Chandigarh

22 July,2013

A destitute patient Sh. Lochan Ram was provided with medicine in PGI

11 April, 2012

Books and stationary items were distributed to 15th under privileged students

11 February, 2012

 Smt. Bimla Devi was provided with a sewing machine under our Women empowerment activities

19 November, 2011

Medicine and other necessary items were provided to a destitute and mentally ill patient in PGI

14 April, 2011

Books and stationary were distributed to the students from under poverty line families

18 February ,2011

25 sewing machines were distributed to the girls of poor families under Awareness Camp organised by Punjab Social Welfare Board in collaboration with Prarthana Foundation in Pojan district, Punjab.

2 February,2011

In collaboration with Punjab Social Welfare Board , Prarthana Foundation organised an Awareness camp for women empowerment at Tira district, Punjab and distributed 30 sewing machines to the girls.

10 October, 2010

Marriage of Nishu and Pooja daughters of Smt. Binder devi was organised and solemnized by the Prarthana Foundation

17April, 2010

The trust under its educational activities paid the school fee and expenses towards books, dresses and stationery etc of 10 poor students.

6 March, 2010

A wheelchair was donated to a handicapped Mr. Johra Singh. Align with the wheelchair the trust adopted and took the full responsibility of the studies of his 4 year old daughter Jyoti.

10 September, 2009

Prarthana foundation got a privileged girl married. Entire expenses of the marriage were paid by the trust.

10 September, 2009

Rallies were conducted from e Palsora, Chandigarh and from Sector-38 against female foeticide. More than 150 young girls and Illiterate women took part in the rallies.

27th August, 2009

Prarthana Foundation distributed books to 60 Class IV employees of the PGI, Chandigarh who are giving high school examination.

15th June, 2009

A poor and destitute woman Sheela Devi met with an accident on 15th June, 2009, was admitted to the Santokh Nursing Home, Sector-38, Chandigarh. All expenses amounting to Rs.3568.50 was paid by Prarthana Foundation.

9th April, 2009

Awareness Generation Camp for Rural & Poor Women was organized in collaboration with Chandigarh Social Welfare Board on 09.04.2009 to 16.04.2009 at Balmiki Mandir, Dadumajra Colony. About 45 women participated in the event. Mrs. Madhu Bansal and Mrs. Lalit Joshi, Chairman, Chandigarh Social Welfare Board were the chief guests.

2nd April, 2009

School Dresses, books and stationary were provided to 24 underprivileged children studying in various Government Schools.

23rd April, 2009

Prarthana Foundation collaboration with Chandigarh Social Welfare Board, Chandigarh organized an Awareness Generation Camp for Rural & Poor Women from 23.03.2009 to 30.03.2009 at Govt. Senior Secondary School, Dadumajra Village. About 35 women were enlightened on the art of candle making, flower making, glass painting, and preparation of nutritious food. Lectures were delivered by esteemed guests on consumer rights, legal right of women, and empowerment of women.

21st November, 2008

Savitri Devi R/ o Village Jakhera, Himachal Pradesh, admitted in Government Medical College, Sector-32, Chandigarh, all the equipments and medicines were provided by us amounting total to Rs.6737. 95.

19th November, 2008

A patient carrying trolley worth Rs.5900 was donated at PGI, Chandigarh.

6th November, 2008

Medicines worth Rs.2437 was provided to Mr. Ohan Singh R/o Rajeev Colony, Chandigarh admitted m Poly Clinic, Sec-22, Chandigarh.

20th August, 2008

Medicine worth Rs.1314.60 was provided to pregnant destitute women named Susheela Devi R/ o Village-Nikkuchak, Distt-Hoshiarpur admitted in PGI.

30th July, 2008

School dress worth Rs.685.00 was given to Sunny, a student of Govt. Sr.Sec.School, Dadu Majra.

2nd June, 2008

Medicine worth Rs.627 .50 was provided to Ramlakhan R/o Reethkheri, Dist-Patiala who was admitted in PGI.

7th April, 2008

Medicine worth Rs.325 was provided to Nirmala Devi r / o Pakhowal, Distt• Gurdaspur who is a heart patient and was admitted in PGI.

5th April, 2008

School Dresses, books and stationary worth Rs.17695.00 were provided to 10 underprivileged children studying in various Government Schools.

8th March, 2008

International Women’s Day was celebrated by making Ladies Self Help groups in Villages Dhanas, Khuda Lahora, Kaimballa, Sarangpur, Dadu Majra, Malaya and Khuda J asu and they were taught the art of candle making and envelope making to make them self-independent. Cost incurred was Rs.3870.00.

1st December, 2007

World Aids Day, a Documentary was shown to the people of Village Dhanas, Punjab to make them understand the real causes of the disease and to clear the misconceptions about AIDS. Cost incurred and borne by the Trust was Rs.2450.00.

26th September, 2007

An awareness camp at Bapu Dham Colony, Ram Darbar, Chandigarh was organized for female feticide as it has been increasing day by day due to old rituals. Total expenditure done for the same was Rs.1480.00.

7th July, 2007

Medicines worth Rs.14604.45 were given to Pt. Rajinder Kumar r / o Village- Malaya, Chandigarh admitted in Sector-32, Chandigarh.

29th April, 2007

Awareness camp for women empowerment was organized at Village Dhanas at a total cost of Rs.1825.00.

7th April, 2007

The trust under its educational activities paid the School fee and expenses towards books, dresses and stationery etc were borne of the following poor students. Total expenditure amounted to Rs.19270.00 on 07.04.2007.

 

  1. Radhika Ankur, Anchal Ankur Bharti Public School.
  2. Aarti, Pooja, Nisha Government Model School, Dadumajra.
  3. Sunny, Varun Government Model School, Sector-40, Chandigarh.
  4. Harman, Priya, Suman Government Model School, Sector-39, Chandigarh.

25th February, 2007

An illiterate, homeless old man named Jagtar Singh r / o Village- Gohda, Distt• Hoshiarpur was given full treatment in PG 1 for his Neurological problem for which amount expended by the trust was Rs.24050.00.

8th December, 2006

An orphan was provided with winter dress and diet at Bal Bhawan, Sector-23, Chandigarh for 3 months. Total expenditure amounted to Rs.3840.00.

13th December, 2006

Wooden benches for the classrooms and Godrej almirahs worth Rs.16420.00 for school were provided to M. L. Lal Memorial Public School, District UNA (H.P.).

12th October, 2006

Blankets worth Rs.6890 were given to those Rikshaw Pullers who were poor and unable to purchase.

8th September, 2006

Two pt’s Sheela Devi and Mrs. Binder r / o Village- Dadumajra, Chandigarh were provided with medical treatment for their ailment. Total expenditure incurred was Rs.13245.00.

24th June, 2006

Beddings were distributed to the poor on 24th June 2006 in which Bed Sheets, Pillows and Daris worth Rs.8110 were given to Ram Piari R/o Madrasi Colony, Chandigarh.

5th April, 2006

School bags and books worth Rs.12950.00 were given to the Children who belong to below the poverty line.

6th March, 2006

A campaign was started Village Palsora, Chandigarh against female foeticide. Total expenditure on the same amounted to Rs.4280.00.

17th January, 2006

A poor person named Subhash Chander r/o Peeth Bazar, Jawalpur, Distt Saharanpur was provided artificial limb by the trust and borne all the expenses of Rs.17750.00.

26th December, 2005

A child from CRY organization was adopted by the trust and born supporting education and health for one year expenses of Rs.1200.00.

28th August, 2005

Fans, black boards and Almira’s worth Rs.13305, were provided to M.L. Lall Memorial Public School, Jalgran, District Una (H.P.).

30th November, 2005

A free medical camp was arranged in M.L. Lal Memorial Public School, Jalgran, District Una (H. P.). Trust spent Rs.11620.00 on the same.

18th July, 2005

An old lady was got admitted and treated in P. G.I. for Asthma. All the expenses, amounting to Rs.3730, on her treatment and diet were borne by the trust.

7th June, 2005

A 9 years old child named Bunty R/o Bhaini Mianakhan, Distt-Gurdaspur was got treated in G. M. C. H. Sector-32, Chandigarh and all the expenses on his treatment, totaling to Rs.4270, were borne by the trust.

11th May, 2005

A heart patient Ratna Devi R/o Machiwara, Distt.- Ludhiana, a destitute Woman was got admitted in P.G.I. and all the necessary life saving medicines were provided by the trust, as prescribed by the Doctors. The total expenditure amounted to Rs.5735.00.

Prarthana Foundation under its educational activities got admitted Radhika and Anchal daughters of a poor widow R/o Rajiv Colony, Chandigarh in Ankur Bharti Public School, and purchased books/ stationery and dresses worth Rs.7260/- (including admission fees) which their mother could not afford.

28th March, 2005

While continuing its mission of identifying and arranging medical treatment for terminal diseases. Prarthana Foundation donated Rs. 10,000/- while admitting Mr. Neeraj Dhani R/o Chhatisgarh in P.G.I. vide memo dated 28-3-2005. This was done after observing the dire necessity of rendering treatment to the person living below poverty line and those who are in any way not been able to arrange funds for their treatment to save their lives.

The trust undertakes to provide poor patients with necessary expenditure for the treatment of various diseases. The trust donated Rs. 10,000/- to Tarsem Chand S/o Sh.Kesar Ram R/o VPO Kanaur, Distt• Patiala.

5th March, 2005

A campaign was organized against female foeticide at Sector-40 C, Chandigarh on the eve of International Women’s Day as tremendous efforts are required to fight against the menace. Cost of the same amounted to Rs.12673.00.

11th February, 2005

Clothes worth Rs.11,200 /- were distributed free of cost to all inmates (Male/Female) residing in Old Age Home Sector- 15, Chandigarh after identifying the urgent need to provide clothing.

21st December, 2004

A heart patient Sita Rani a destitute women was admitted by the trust in P. G .I. and all the necessary lifesaving medicines were provided as prescribed by the doctors attending on her.

15th November, 2004

A patient was admitted m P.G.I. The patient was unable to arrange even fraction of funds for the treatment of his disease. The foundation identified the basic cause of his helplessness and provided necessary financial aid for his treatment.

16th Octuber, 2004

On the very formation of the trust, it sponsored painting competition on 16.10.2004 in Maharishi Dayanand Public School, Village Daruya with exclusive motive of spreading awareness on vanous issues, service to mankind right from the very childhood by organizing a painting competition.

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