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For the past 20 years, Akshara has worked towards a gender just society, where women can live with dignity, free from violence and discrimination. The focus is on empowering young women by imparting job skills, self-improvement skills, awarding scholarships for education and educating young men to become standard-bearers for gender justice individually and within their families and communities.
Akshara empowers women to be aware their rights, live without threats of violence within their homes and communities and build necessary skills to ensure well-being for themselves and their families. Young women are given financial aid to complete higher education as well. The Foundation also conducts gender education presentations at info fairs, educational institutions, and community interactions.
It works closely with the State and the Police administration towards more efficient helpline numbers for women; with the Municipal bodies and public transport authorities for the safety of women. It also joins in networking with city-based and national women's and other groups for legislation and policies.
ALERT INDIA (Association for Leprosy education, Rehabilitation and Treatment-India) started working over 3 decades ago with a vision to eradicate leprosy from India.
The organisation works on the identification, prevention, and treatment of Leprosy in communities around Mumbai suburbs and rural areas. They do this through screening camps in schools as well as communities. Once the disease is identified, patients are guided to Leprosy Referral Centres for further follow up.
ALERT conducts special drives to detect new cases. Patients are given treatment, counselling and physiotherapy services free of cost in special clinics where besides medication, services like skin smear facility for establishing diagnosis are also provided.
In addition, various types of deformities are corrected and protected with aids and appliances. For patients with early deformities, services like muscle stimulation, pre-fabricated splints, and special MCR (micro cellular rubber) footwear are produced and supplied at concessional rates.
They also help patients live with dignity among their own family and community. A special sponsorship programme assists the education of the children affected by leprosy and children of leprosy patients.
Last year they served 3000+ leprosy patients through their various interventions.
Annamrita is the strategic Mid Day Meal Programme by the government of India and run by IKSCON Food Relief Foundation, which aims to liberate the unprivileged children from malnourishment and illiteracy.
Their program is based on the belief that 'you are what you eat'. They provide a nutritious meal to the children in school to attract them to school, thus, serving two purposes of curbing illiteracy and malnourishment. One nutritious meal a day brings thousands of children to school.
Their goal is that no child should be deprived of education due to poverty and hunger. Undernourishment is one of the major conditions hitting the children of India., thus, Annamitra has resolved to provide good quality and hygienic food straight out of ISO certified kitchens. The food prepared is of high nutritional value, suitable for growing children. With healthy food and a full-stomach, they can concentrate better on their studies.
Presently, Annamitra caters over 12,00,000 meals every day from 20 kitchen centers across 8 states. In 2016, ISKCON Food Relief Foundation was awarded the D.Y. Patil Annual Achievers Award by the Dr. D. Y. Patil Group, as the best organization for distributing midday meals to underprivileged children.
Antarang envisions a world where every young person is productively, positively and passionately engaged in a vocation of their choice.
Priya Agrawal and Lopa Gandhi have worked extensively with adolescents from low income settlements. The gap between education and employment was a big one to bridge - and without employment education seemed meaningless and added to the frustration of youth from these disadvantaged communities. Youth tended to drop out and meander aimlessly at the vulnerable 16 - 18 year age group. Thus was born an intervention that looked at specific career outcomes that gave purpose and direction to their lives.
Antarang started with a pilot group of 20 youth from slums across Mumbai in a 6 weekend intervention. The success of that pilot and the resultant placement of >50% of youth from that group slowly led to more groups and more partnerships.
Priya Agrawal has held key leadership roles in the social sector, having headed organisations like The Akanksha Foundation and SNEHA in the past.
Antarang Foundation is a registered not-for-profit organisation that works with disadvantaged young adults. Through structured interventions, they motivate young people to stay in education until they are 18, after which, they train them in employability skills and place them in careers of their choice. They do this through two career focused programmes CareerAware and CareeReady.
Their CareeReady programme is a career readiness and employability skills training programme for youth in the age group of 18 - 25 years. Students undergo a well-defined regiment of development and training. The program consists of 5 key aspects spread over different sessions: Career awareness, Self-awareness, Work skills, Work ethics and Business spoken English.
CareeReady groups in the communities are a mix of adolescents with different educational backgrounds - some may be school dropouts, others may be pursuing their 12th or beyond. Different techniques are used to keep the batch engaged given the inconsistent educational backgrounds. Several batches of CareerReady Programme are run simultaneously across multiple locations in Mumbai. Keeping this diversity in mind, facilitators or trainers use a 'Buddy System' which enhances learning as well as boosts confidence.
Rather than a one-way dialogue, all concepts are explained with the help of role plays and various activities. Students are also encouraged to work on projects in groups. They support interactive style of learning rather than a lecture/authority style of delivery. They believe in the concept of 'Do and Learn' and therefore, promote self-learning to develop critical thinking skills and retain knowledge that leads to self-actualisation. Trainers also use audio-visual aids as and when required to introduce an element of fun!
The CareerAware program
"What do you want to be when you grow up?" is at once an exciting and terrifying question for any teenager or young adult. At this stage, it is the awareness of options, the ability to make an informed choice and the process of charting out a career path that motivates adolescents and young adults to stick to education, and set career goals.
In India, the Right to education ends at the age of 14, and only 1 in 2 children complete high school. The ratio of students in higher education is sadly even lower. Every school drop-out is prone to high risk behaviour, and usually end up in informal employment, characterised by low wages and no benefits.
To break this cycle, Antarang introduced the CareerAware program. The program targets students who fall in the crucial 14 - 17 years age bracket. Through intensive self awareness, career awareness and career planning sessions, CareerAware encourages teenagers to stay in education until they are 18 years old. By emphasising on the number and quality of options that become available only if they stay in education, CareerAware reinforces the importance of education in young minds.
Apnalaya is a secular voluntary organization, that has been building self-sustaining communities since 1973. It aims to empower the disadvantaged to overcome the social, political and economic barriers and help them lead a better quality of life. They work with the most marginalized people dwelling in the slums of Mumbai. There are 4,200 children under 6 years of age at the center of Apnalaya’s Health Program.
The Health and Disability related interventions emphasize on empowering community members to improve health seeking behavior and access healthcare instituted by government agencies. The Livelihood program equips young boys and girls, men and women to identify the potential of opportunities and turn them into economic productivity. They provide sewing classes, enroll and train women who otherwise have been under cultural restraints to stay away from income-generating activities.
209 women have economically benefited from Self Help groups organized by Apnalaya. The Education and citizenship program aims to bring together the volunteers from the community so that they have a better understanding of the challenges faced by their community and identify their responsibilities towards it. In 2017, Apnalaya was awarded the Champion Level- GuideStar India Platinum for highest levels of transparency and public accountability.
Ashadeep Association is a charitable organization that works towards enhancing the lives of the deprived and needy single parent children, orphans, handicapped and widows. Their activities are channelized through the 7 day care centres located in the western suburbs of Mumbai.
The children are provided nutritious food, education and clothing, without separating them from their parents and their environment they are used to. The prime focus of the organization is to provide formal education to the children so that they have a bright future.
Catalysts for Social Action (CSA) is a not-for-profit organization working in the arena of holistic childcare for the last 15 years. CSA’s prime areas of work are Adoption, Healthcare, and Nutrition, Hygiene, Education, Skill training and Livelihood.
CSA believes Adoption is the best form of child rehabilitation. Every adoptable child should find a home Partner with more Childcare Institutions. With an aim to give them better childhood CSA currently supports 3400+ children in areas of health, education, and hygiene. They work towards fulfilling their needs and to help them with a brighter future.
They conduct livelihood training that focuses on computer literacy, adolescent health, drug abuse, and confidence building. CSA also trains youth in employable skills so that they can settle down in society as socially adept individuals. They also support for higher education. Over 200 young adults have been given support for higher education and livelihood.
CSA believes that every child needs a family or family-like care in a well-managed institution. With this objective, they work towards
• Increasing adoptions and support to adoptive parents and children
• Maintaining higher standards in child care homes
• Supporting children in their transition into independent living and secure livelihood
• Supporting Government policies and their implementation
They believe in not just providing direct services but also in being a catalyst for systemic and sustainable change.
CORP founded in 1977, now has completed 40 years. From a two teacher, 40 children initiative they have grown to become a 100 staff initiative that supports a million children and women.
They work for the holistic development of women and children. They have 20 centers in 14 different slums. Thousands of women and children from Mumbai's slum communities are benefited by atleast one of CORP's programs.
They have various programs like creches and daycare centers, shelter homes, vocational training, services for the differently-abled, counselling centers, health awareness, pregnancy clubs and senior citizen programs, dedicated to the eradication of poverty.
Over 1,300 kids under the age of five are assisted by creche and day care alone and 85 additional children are supported through residential shelter homes.
Feed a Child. Starve Cancer.
Childhood cancer is mostly curable. But in India, with up to 40% of children with cancer being malnourished at diagnosis, survival is a problem. Cuddles Foundation is on a mission to change that with its FoodHeals Program. Here’s how:
• Provide trained nutritionists to government and charity cancer hospitals.
• Share food and supplements with patients and families.
• Support caregivers with the knowledge to make the right food choices.
Good Food Helps Medicine Work:
By sponsoring the FoodHeals program, you help children experience:
1. Lesser side-effects and treatment complications
2. Fewer breaks or delays in treatment
3. Improved chances for survival
4. Better immunity against infection
5. A feeling of being supported and cared for
Cuddles Foundation’s FoodHeals Program is customised to a child’s medical condition providing the right nutrition needed for the child to complete her treatment successfully. Here's how:
• Assess: Screening and assessing the nutritional status of every child seeking treatment for cancer in their partner hospitals
• Evaluate: Evaluating side-effects that may negatively impact her nutritional status
• Prescribe: Finalising the right nutrition therapy and prescribing a customised diet plan.
• Provide: Aiding and supporting the child and family by providing nutritional supplements, hot meals, in-meals, eggs, bananas and monthly ration baskets for a family of four.
• Monitor: Continuously monitoring her nutritional status and reassessing plans, if necessary.
• Support: Supporting patient families with the knowledge to make healthier food choices by organising parent support group meetings, videos and talks on the subject.
Cuddles Foundation is nourishing children in:
• 30+ government and charity cancer hospitals
• 20+ cities
• Working with 250+ paediatric oncologists
Committed to change the way aging is perceived in India, Dignity Foundation is an NGO whose mission is to create an enlightened society in which senior citizens feel secure, confident and valued, and can live with dignity. They enable senior citizens to lead active lives through easy access to trusted information, opportunities for productive aging and social support services.
The Foundation works assiduously to re-instill in the elderly minds the confidence that age and productivity are not mutually exclusive. This is done by utilizing their experience and maturity in activities that serve the needs of the community. They empower senior citizens with basic awareness and gift them with various services already in existence.They have a helpline for senior citizens which enables them to reach out for help and assistance against abuse. Elder abuse is one of the biggest challenges since it is hidden. Thus, it is the most effective way to help them speak up.
One of the goals of the Foundation is to rid the minds of the senior citizens of negative feelings such as aging is synonymous with loneliness, isolation, and decline. Equality, positive thinking, perseverance, self-belief, and simplicity are the pillars on which Dignity Foundation stands.
FMCH is a grassroots organization that focuses on bringing good health and nutrition intervention for women and children in vulnerable communities of Mumbai. Their programs encourage preventive health, balanced nutrition and child development practices in underprivileged communities. To this effect, they have adopted a holistic approach to embrace, educate and empower mothers and children in their social environment.
The FMCH Training Center was launched with the objective of developing a cadre of professionals across Maharashtra and eventually the entire country, that is equipped with the right knowledge and best practices in order to impact a larger community. Urban Nutrition Initiative and Project Poshan are nutrition-specific interventions where FMCH works closely with the families and communities at large to promote good health, hygiene, and nutrition practices.
The programs initiated by FMCH impact close to 927 pregnant and lactating mothers annually. They dream of a world where the potential of each child is not limited by poor early health or malnutrition
With a vision to be the beacon of hope against cancer, The Indian Cancer Society (ICS) was established as India's first voluntary, non-profit, National Organization for Awareness, Detection, Cure, and Survivorship of those affected with cancer. Aimed at providing end-to-end cancer support, their projects indulge in encouraging awareness of prevention and curability of Cancer, facilitating early detection and offering emotional support and medical aid to patients.
Their various praiseworthy activities include cancer detection centers and mobile cancer detection camps that facilitate early detection of cancer, financial and emotional support throughout the treatment to poor cancer patients through accommodation, rehabilitation, and survivor support groups. Additionally, they assist the medical fraternity by providing a medium for the dissemination of information and research findings through the Indian Journal of Cancer.
Since its inception, ICS has sponsored and assisted numerous cancer patients in their fight against the disease and also received support for their activities from prestigious institutions like HDFC Asset Management Company, Sir Ratan Tata Trust, and A. H. Wadia Trust.
The Jai Vakeel Foundation and Research Center provides holistic services delivered by well-trained staff through a nationally recognized curriculum and an engaged parent body. This curriculum includes languages, math, environmental studies, art, yoga and activities of daily living. The foundation aims to deliver a physical, social and cultural environment compatible to greater learning and growth for individuals with intellectual disability. It started from their home educating and providing therapy to a few children to today, a two-acre campus in Sewri - Mumbai along with 2 rural branches in Pune and Nashik district. Today, they are the largest and oldest non-profit serving the intellectually differently abled.
Majlis Manch is a Public Trust and an NGO headed by renowned Advocate and Women's Rights Activist, Flavia Agnes.
Majlis started in 1991 as a response to a growing need for lawyers with a gender perspective who are dedicated to evolving innovative legal practices to defend women's rights.
Majlis had started by providing legal support and guidance to women facing domestic violence to access their rights and pursue justice in courts. They further extended support to women and child victims of sexual violence as well as sexual harassment at the workplace.
They are also involved in training, research, campaigns, and publications on issues concerning violence against women and children. They work to demystify laws and make them accessible to judges, lawyers, prosecutors, police, NGOs and other government and non-government representatives and most importantly, to women themselves.
The broad categories of their programs are as follows:
Rahat (for sexual violence, domestic violence, and social support)
Training and Awareness
Policy interventions and public campaigns
Publications on women's legal rights and Research
The Mazi Sainik Shishan ani Swasthya Kalyan Sanstha (MSSASKS) is a charitable Trust. It has been established by ex servicemen (ESMs) and like minded civilians. The genesis of the Trust lies with the formation of the Bombay Ex servicemen Association in 1990. This Organisation has been established by Mr. M Prasad a retired Masterchief of the Indian Navy, Capt Sharma (Indian Army) and others with Cmde. BB Mistry (retd) as the Patron, inspiration, mentor and guide. By 2004 the Association had been successful in the rehab of 300 ESMs and had settled the problems related to pensions of 15 dependents.
In 1994, a plan to establish a Sainik Nagar to provide affordable housing to ESMs was launched and land acquired near Karjat about 120 Kms from Bombay for a pilot Project. After numerous hitches and hurdles the Project commenced. Today there are 15 row houses with the PBORs and like minded civilians at the lowest possible cost to owner.
The location of this Project is at village Diksal. Continuous visits in connection with the housing Project brought the ESMs in contact with the inhabitants. The locals were mainly Tribals, underprivileged and the marginalized. Electricity, clean drinking water, facilities for health, hygiene, and education was a far cry. The people wallowed in neglect and accepted destitution as their fate.
Mr. Prasad and the ESMs decided to dedicate time and effort to improve the lot of the locals. They embraced them as their own.
Full time staff -14
Part time staff - 1
Consultants - 1
Total Receipts for 2016-2017 - INR 568627
Total Payments for 2016-2017 - INR 1409134
Activities and reach for the latest full Financial Year
No. of student transported - 146
No. Of student provided by with tutions - 146
Modern Educational Social & Cultural Organization (MESCO) was initiated by a group of students who started distributing notebooks to the poor students. Their major source of funds was from the collection of old newspapers donated by the well-wishers. Gradually they expanded their activities to providing uniforms and other requirements to the deserving students.
As the funds increased, cases requiring medical assistance and relief were also included as additional activities. Now with a workforce of 70, the members of the organization have provided educational aid and scholarships to 2848 students, food support to 330 families living in slum areas, medicines, cost of diagnostic tests, major and minor surgeries and support for dialysis to 212 patients and sewing machines to 149 women to supplement their income.
With a vision to help the underprivileged and marginalized to live a better tomorrow through various interventions, the members of the organization have striven to improve the quality of life of the financially disadvantaged by promoting meaningful education and health.
Muktangan is an innovative model of education located within mainstream Government schools providing quality, child-centred, inclusive English-medium schooling to thousands of underprivileged children in Mumbai. Their learning environment nurtures sensitivity and free-thinking, developing the all-round personality of each and every child.
'Mukt' means freedom and 'Angan', the space in front of the home. They are actually the "Education for the Community, by the Community", developing teachers from the same neighborhoods as the students, who then become empowered change agents. They aspire to build and multiply a model of low-cost, high quality, youth education in the weaker section of the society and creating a program for empowering women in these communities by helping them to become teachers.
They have started a program called PCT as an educational programme to tender the education to orthodox people by providing high-quality English medium education for economically backward people in the society.They have built schools with 72 trained community teachers to teach around 3185 students.For their dedicated and hard work, they received the 'Most Committed NGO' of the Year by the Early Childhood Association India Working for young children and their education.
The vision of the organisation is for all children to have a nurturing and happy childhood and their mission is to promote child-friendly sites; where every child living on a construction site is safe, healthy and educated, and able to enjoy their childhood.
The founder Mrs. Meera Mahadevan set up the first Mobile Creches in 1969 as a spontaneous response to the neglected children she saw on the site of the Gandhi Centenary Exhibition in Delhi. From that rudimentary shelter, the journey began towards gaining entry into other construction sites.
They wanted to ensure basic minimum care for children of the vast migrant labour force belonging to the poorest strata of the society. In 1972, a branch was set up in Mumbai called Mobile Creches, Mumbai. From 1st April, 2007, they began separate operations as Mumbai Mobile Creches.
No. of health camps - 70
No. of doctors' visits - 800
No. of children provided education - 4000
No. of incidence of illnesses identified & treatment facilitated - 11000
No. of day care centres run on child friendly construction sites during the year ( including Day Care and Child Care Centre) - 48
No. of immunizations facilitated for children - 4200
1947 is recognized by Indians as a water-shed year for the nation. It was in this year that the country gained independence and could finally decide its own destiny, standing on its own two feet. As if in a parallel development, there was a similar thought process in the mind of Mr. Mangulal J Shah, who wanted to raise the education and skills of India's visually challenged persons ( VCP's) so high that they would no longer be dependent on others for their self sufficiency.
Thus the history of the National Association for the Blind, India too begins in 1947 itself. This seed was then watered for the first time in Bombay by Mr. B. G. Kher, the then Premier of Bombay Province, who moved a resolution at the First All India Conference for the Blind, and helped establish NAB, India.
The National Association for the Blind works with visually impaired people of all age groups, and runs a number of programs that range from providing Integrated education and Vocational Training to visually impaired children and adults, to designing certifiable courses and recording audio books.
NAB aims to re-integrate visually impaired people into regular life, and has gone on to touch the lives of thousands of people.
The concept of creating an umbrella organization for the differently-abled emerged as a result of a conference held in 1968 on "Rehabilitation of the Differently abled", following which a group of eminent professionals, doctors, and social workers came together to establish the National Society for Equal Opportunities for the Handicapped (NASEOH).
Though NASEOH started off with the initial purpose of creating awareness about issues concerning the differently-abled in the areas of Education, Vocational Training, and Employment, they later decided to provide direct services through capacity building for effective integration. They do this through various projects in the areas of Education, Vocational Training, Employment, Rehabilitation, and Disability prevention.
Apart from this, NASEOH also assists the differently abled by identifying and providing them with suitable mobility aids like wheelchairs, calipers, tricycles, crutches, and splints. Most of these appliances are manufactured in-house by trainees and employees in their Welding workshop in Mumbai.
Navasrushti International Trust (Dharma Bharathi Mission) was founded to promote national regeneration of India and help to usher in a civilization of love and a culture of peace in the world based on the eternal moral and spiritual values common to all religions.
NIT launched its organised social initiative, Dharma Bharathi Mission (DBM), on 30th January 2008 with the vision to create a better India. Earlier NIT was focused on creating awareness around Responsible Citizenship and the need for every Indian to do his/her bit for the society. However, there was a demand from interested citizens to start social activities where they could meaningfully participate and contribute. Accordingly DBM was launched under NIT to undertake these social and community based initiatives.
Since the goal of NIT was to achieve the remaining three freedoms, economic, social and moral, through a hunger-free, caste-free and corruption free India, DBM took up Hunger-free-India as its first go. They
adopted the 3E approach to tackle the same - education, Employment and Empowerment. All activities and projects are geared towards that goal.
NIT is headed by Mr. Paramjeet Singh. He works in the Indian Revenue Service but being passionate about social service and 'giving', he has offered his honorary services to NIT as its Managing Trustee. His personal motto of - "Give Till it Hurts" has been adopted by NIT(DBM). He is an efficient and inspiring Team Leader under whose able leadership NIT has established itself credibly in the social field.
Full time staff - 18
Part time staff -16
Volunteers - 12
Total Receipts for 2015-2016 - INR 14810353
Total Payments for 2015-2016 - INR 15564354
Activities and reach for the latest full Financial Year
No. of girls who were given training in tailoring skills - 450
No. of children across 18 schools who were given mid day meals - 1955
No. of girls who were trained in the nursing course - 20
No. of girls who were given life skills training - 120
No. of children who were given Beautician training - 300
No. of girls who were trained in the Balwadi course - 16
No. of boys, girls & youth who were given computer education - 300
Rewards & Recognition
In 2015, Navasrushti International Trust was awarded the Guide Star Gold by Guide Star India
Neptune Foundation was established in the year 2010 under the Neptune Group. Neptune Foundation is a registered trust under Bombay Public Trust act, 1950 (Reg. no.E-26706). Neptune Foundation believes in Contributing to the economic development by contributing to the lives of their workforce, their families as well as the local community and society at large.
Neptune Foundation was born to become a medium to bring a smile on every face. They believe that 'help is never too much help'. With the help of passionate volunteers, they actively work towards empowerment of the society.
By undertaking activities like Mobile Creches, Rehabilitation Projects, Old age Home, and Anna Daan, they aim to fulfil the fundamental needs of food, shelter, clothes and education. They continuously strive to reach more people every day.
Their mission is to support the needy. Their accountability in all their undertakings is their core strength. While serving the underprivileged and the needy and working towards social upliftment, they maintain complete transparency in all their projects.
Their main areas of work are:
Conversion from Unknown to Known (Pick up and reunion of Mentally Ill Destitute)
They identify mentally ill destitute wandering on the streets adopt them arrange for their treatment. Once they are cured and are able to regain their memory, Neptune traces their families and reunites them with their families. They also pay for the lifelong medication cost of those reunited people who are unable to afford medication. Till date they have done 283 pickups and 183 reunions. They also have an helpline number where common public can call when they spot a mentally ill destitute.
Old Age Home in our village
Neptune has a state of the art old age home at their village where they currently have 50 people staying absolutely free with all meals and medical facilities being provided to them. They celebrate all the major festival with their inmates. They also conduct Medical camps with a panel of doctors and supply medicines, do cataract operation, distribute specs etc. to the inmates as advised by Doctors.
HIV Nutrition Camp
Supply of rations, supplements and medicines to some families who have HIV. Currently they support 46 beneficiaries with ration kits, Nutrition powder and Vitamin tables on every last Friday of the month. They are also working to enroll the beneficiaries in various government schemes with the support of DAPCU department of Thane Civil Hospital.
Blood Donation Camp
Blood Donation Camps are organised in association with SBTC and the blood collected is donated to the patients with chronic diseases, in requirement of regular blood transfusion. They have already given 2222 blood bags to JJ Mahanagar blood bank, Mumbai
SCS was started when a group of Mumbai citizens felt stirred by the abject poverty and dire needs of the poor in their neighbourhood. Today the work of SCS spans across Mumbai to impact several vulnerable people groups.
Mr. Max Fernand joined Sahaara in July 2012 and is currently its CEO. He began his career in a NGO dealing with education and with the mentally handicapped before joining as foreign exchange broker. He has worked 22 years as a foreign exchange broker and rose from a junior trader to head of a trading desk in a broking house that was among the top three in revenues in the country before joining Sahaara. He was also on the board of Sahaara from 2002 to 2011.
Full time staff - 55
Part time staff - 2
Consultants - 2
Total Receipts for 2015-2016 - INR 47976328
Total Payments for 2015-2016 - INR 42498917
Activities and reach for the latest full Financial Year
Number of children taken good care of and growing holistically - 14
Number of children helped in supplementary education and graduated to the next grade - 153
Number of children growing in awareness and confidence - 14
Number of children taught how to use basic Microsoft Powerpoint, Excel and Word software - 50
Number of children provided with meals during the day resulting in good physical, mental and emotional growth - 14
In the last twenty seven years Salaam Baalak Trust, Mumbai has helped thousands of children come off the streets and into a safe and nurturing environment. Today they provide an integrated safety net of services catering to the individual needs of street children in Mumbai, covering the entire realm of child development from physical and medical needs to encompassing the educational, creative, cognitive, social and vocational needs of the children.
The objective is to provide them every opportunity for holistic development so that they become responsible, contributing members of society. SBTM has three Day Care Centres located at Chowpatty, Andheri and Kalyan. Two of these Centres also provide Night Shelter and there is a Balwadi at the Chowpaty centre.
The Solapur Project for rehabilitation of Pardhi street children has been expanded to include a Day Care as well as a Night Shelter. There is also a Careers Project that gives direct training and subsequent employment opportunities to street children in partnership with the Business Community and other NGOs. Salaam Baalak Trust, Mumbai are also the collaborative organization with ChildLine for Thane city.
Salaam Baalak Trust was born in 1989 with a portion of the proceeds from the film Salaam Bombay! by Mira Nair. The Trust began its work with an aim to give street children choices and a chance to experience the joys of childhood.
Agnes Fernandes began as a Project Co-ordinator at Salaam Baalak Trust Mumbai after having spent almost 2 decades in the Corporate Sector with Proctor and Gamble. She moved to the position of educational Consultant so that she could work with all the projects at SBTM. She was Chowpatty Coordinator and that and other experience has put her in the perfect position to be the Programme Director.
education of street children in Mumbai and Thane district - 620
Small children (pre-schoolers) attending Balwadis in Chowpatty and our Contact Points in Sathe Nagar, Saibaba Nagar, Shanti Nagar and Kranti Nagar - 49
Children getting shelter in night shelters in Andheri, Borivali, Kalyan and Solapur - 229
Youth from Grades 8, 9, 10 & College taken for exposure visits to various organisations - 94
Rehabilitation of street children including drop outs from Solapur, through referrals to other institutions and/ or CWC or rehabilitation with their families - 6
Pardhi community children educated in schools in Solapur - 106
Youth helped for Vocational training, Job placements - 3
Salaam Bombay Foundation (SBF) was founded in 2002 with the philosophy and belief that the only way to invest in the nation's future is to invest in its children and in their health and education. Children also need to be guarded from risks to their health, especially tobacco which has a high prevalence in children and youth.
SBF is focused on engaging Mumbai's most vulnerable "at risk" children through in-school programmes (leadership and advocacy) and after-school academies (skill building) that help build their confidence, self-esteem and commit them to stay in school while staying tobacco-free.
Salaam Bombay's vocational development academies help children to contribute to fluctuating family incomes and encourage their families to continue their education while planning for a stable future. Their programmes started from 230 schools in Mumbai and grew to over 15,000 schools in Maharashtra alone training over 60,000 teachers. They have now sown seeds in 5 states across India.
Padmini Sekhsaria has a B.A in Economics from Sophia College, Mumbai and MSc. in Financial Economics from the University of London, U.K. She is an alumnus of the London School of Economics and London Business School. Padmini Sekhsaria has been active in health programs, particularly cancer and tobacco control for over two decades. She is the vision behind Salaam Bombay Foundation that she founded in 2002, working with more than 2.9 million children across Maharashtra alone making it the largest preventive program in tobacco control in India.
Shraddhanand Mahilashram started in the year 1927 in memory of Swami Shraddhanandji (Munshiram). Starting as a shelter for women, the now have an old age home in Vasai, the Bal Gruha in Matunga, as well as two hostels.
Their main programmes include an orphanage and an old age home.
The homes have been operational for decades and are run in a traditional set-up. They run a home for girls, as well as boys up to the age of 5, beyond which they are sent to boys' shelters.
The orphanage has separate sections for babies, young girls, and older girls who are attending college.
Shraddhanand Mahilashram is involved in their entire upbringing, school, college, and even marriage, in care the girls want to get married.
The old age home is in Vasai, and has both paying and non-paying beneficiaries.
Bal Gruha houses the smallest kids, Adhar Gruha houses the older girls and there is an old age home for women above 60.
Shraddhanand Mahilashram works with a vision to help create a world free of destitute women and children.
St. Jude India Child Care Centers (St. Jude's) was founded to ensure that every child suffering from cancer, irrespective of their economic status, have access to the best possible treatment available and stand a chance to fight the disease and live a healthy, happy life. To this effect, the team of 140 staff members at St. Jude's provides cost-free and holistic care to patients and their families during the child's treatment.
In close to 33 centers across India, St. Jude's provides such families with free housing, the necessary nutritional intake, free transportation to and from the hospitals, counseling, art-based therapy, music therapy and yoga for the patients, and skill training activities for the families to open up new avenues for income generation. The organization has admitted 11,180 children so far across its 33 centers.
The fundamental mission at St. Jude's is to provide a clean, safe and cost-free environment and holistic care to needy children affected by the illness and their accommodating parents.
In 2006, 17 years after starting the Akanksha Foundation, Shaheen felt compelled to address the issue of educational inequity at scale. As she thought through the solution, she believed that the answer lay in a people's movement that needed to come together to provide every child in India an excellent education.
In 2007, Shaheen met with Wendy Kopp, the Founder of Teach For America and was struck by the idea of leadership being at the core of the solution. In 2009, Teach For India welcomed our first cohort, the Class of 2009, to the Fellowship. The 87 "niners" formed the beginning of what Shaheen hoped would become a nationwide movement of diverse leaders.
In 2011, their Niners graduated from the Fellowship and became the first cohort in their Alumni movement. Through their work as Alumni, the hope was that they would become lifelong leaders for equity. Their first cohort of Alumni went into teaching, teacher training, school leadership, and government policy.
Today, they have 1145 Fellows working relentlessly in the short-term to change the lives of 40,075 students in their classrooms and become leaders for change themselves. And they have 2581 Alumni who are collectively fuelling the larger movement towards our vision. The problem of educational inequity cannot be solved alone. Their story is in the relentless efforts of their fellows, alumni, staff, partners and supporters, and their children. Together, they believe that we can redraw India to be the country we want it to be.
Shaheen Mistri started the Akanksha Foundation in 1991. When she was 18 years old she visited her grandparents who were in Bombay, and on that particular visit of hers, she saw the inequality in education between the private and the public schools. Vandana worked with the Boston-based non-profit organization Citizen Schools, an organization dedicated to changing the life trajectories of underprivileged children in urban areas, for four years.
At Akanksha, she served on the team to create a blueprint for Teach for India, later moving on to manage the Beyond School department serving all adolescent children of Akanksha. In 2007, she became the Director of The School Project, launched to create a network of high-achieving schools within the government system. She took over as CEO in January of 2010. The Akanksha Foundation attempts to one day equip all students with the education, skills, and character they need to lead empowered lives.
In 2015, The Akanksha Foundation was awarded the India NGO Award 2014/2015 by The Resource Alliance For setting and promoting best practices in resource mobilization accountability and transparency and In 2016, The Akanksha Foundation was awarded the Gold NGO Transparency Award by the GuideStar India Transparency
Udaan India Foundation works with the motive of enabling a brighter future for children from low-income communities by providing them with desired knowledge, skills, values and support to achieve their true potential.
The foundation of what Udaan is today was laid in 2004 when a group of people came together to help children from the construction workers' community to get into mainstream schools. Thus began Project Udaan. The overwhelming progress shown by the children enrolled at Udaan Learning Centre programs over the years paved the way for Project Udaan to be registered as Udaan India Foundation in 2009.
Mamta Rangan founded Udaan India Foundation as the informal Project Udaan. Taking a sabbatical from the corporate sector, her move to Mumbai brought her face to face with the stark inequities that we so often fail to notice in our busy lives. Her belief, "education is key to Change" led her to start Project Udaan to help children of construction workers to enrol in mainstream schools. The project was registered as a non-profit in 2009 to support the educational needs of children from low-income communities. The organisation today offers a range of programs that include Kindergarten, Learning Center, School Support, Saturday Club, Library, Alumni support and Scholarships and Skills Enhancement.
No. of 10th students for mentoring, guidance and scholarships program - 123
No. of support learning programmes for Municipal school - 755
No. of children from low-income community for Pre school programme - 83
No. of youths for spoken English and computer literacy courses - 202
No. of children for after school programme in Municipal school - 392
"UMMEED" meaning hope, is a non-profit organization set up in 2001 to help children with developmental disabilities. It was set up by Dr. Vibha Krishnamurthy, Founder and Executive Director, who trained at Children's Hospital, Boston as a Developmental Pediatrician. After returning to India, the lack of facilities for children with developmental needs led her to set up UMMEED CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER. From an initial team size of 3, UMMEED today is an 80+ member strong professional team.
UMMEED's vision is to help children with developmental disabilities and those at risk for acquiring disabilities reach their maximum potential and be integrated in society.
There are over 50 million children in India with developmental disabilities and over 650,000 in Mumbai alone. Out of these, not even a quarter have access to quality care. UMMEED addresses this mammoth issue through 4 verticals:
* Each year there are over 1,110 children and families supported at their clinic.
* UMMEED assesses and provides therapies for children with a wide range of developmental disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Intellectual Disability, Learning Disability, Genetic Syndromes such as Down Syndrome, William Syndrome, Fragile X Syndrome, Hearing Impairment.
* Over 60% of the children availing services at UMMEED's clinic are from low/mid socio-economic backgrounds.
* Ummeed also runs an Early Intervention Center (EIC), which is a mother-child program modeled on the pre-school model, where children between the ages of 2-6 years are trained on communication skills, play skills, social interaction, etc. with the objective of getting them school ready.
Ummeed is one of the five centers in India approved for providing a recognized Fellowship program in Developmental Pediatrics, the IAP Fellowship in Developmental Pediatrics.
Training (Center for influence):
In January 2017, Ummeed set up a dedicated training facility to extend its reach to at-risk and undiagnosed children in the community. They do this through training professionals, parents, teachers, community workers and partner organizations in a range of various disciplines in the child development & disability space.
Ummeed participated in a five-year four-country research project funded by the National Institutes of health, USA and in partnership with Yale University and the University of Ankara, to develop and test a tool to monitor and support Early Childhood Development specifically for use in low and middle-income countries. This tool is now used in Ummeed's community programs to monitor child development.
The findings of this research have recently been published in the Lancet, one of the most prestigious peer reviewed medical journals.
* Ummeed is constantly working to better the lives of children with disabilities. Towards this, Ummeed is a member of the National Trust, the disability committee of the WHO, the Rehabilitation Council of India, Action for Autism, and is also part of the task force for the implementation of the Right to education Act. Ummeed personnel also serve as experts on the committee formed for the implementation of the Rashtriya Bal Swasthiya Karyakram of the Government of India.
UMMEED has reached out to over 16 Government special schools, trained 80 teachers in these schools working with over 4000 children through the school outreach programme.
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All NGOs in Mumbai
|Name of NGO||Cause||Address|
|Arpan||Children||Arpan, 1st Floor, Delta Chemicals PVT Ltd., J-1 Cama Industrial Zone, Off Val Bhat Road, Goregaon (E) Mumbai 400063|
|Child Help Foundation||Education||204, B/66, Jaydeep Bldg, ces-1 Shantinagar, opp TMT Bus stand, Mira Road ( East) , Thane|
|Children Toy Foundation||Children||Ali Building, 72, Shahid Bhagat Singh Road, Fort, Mumbai - 400001|
|Child Rights and You (CRY)||Education||Child Rights and You, 189/A Anand Estate Sane Guruji Marg|
|Committed Communities Development Trust||Health & Family Welfare||42 Chapel Road, Bandra West, Mumbai 400050|
|Educate Girls||Women's Development & Empowerment||Suite No. 411, Fourth Floor Reliable Business Centre, Off New Link Road Oshiwara, Andheri (West),|
|Fragile X Society||Children||252, Krishna Bhawan Walkeshwar Road|
|Habitat for Humanity India||Housing||Habitat for Humanity India 102/103, 1st Floor, Dhantak Plaza Makwana Road, Marol, Andheri (East)|
|Habitat for Humanity India Trust||Disaster Management||301-A, Everest Chambers Marol Naka, Andheri East,|
|Happy Feet Home Foundation||Education||15/B/4, Jain Mandir road no -25, Sindhi Colony, Sion Mumbai|
|Helen Keller Institute for Deaf & Deafblind||Education||Municipal School, Gr. Flr, Near 's' Bridge, N.M. Joshi Marg Byculla (W)|
|Humane Society International/India||Education||Regus 5th& 6th Floor, Mafatlal House, H.T. Parekh Marg, Backbay Reclamation|
|In Defense of Animals India||Labour & Employment||7,ShantiKunj, 124, Hindu Colony, 5th Lane, Dadar, Mumbai-400 014|
|Karunya Trust||Education||Karunya Trust,Bishop's House,B/38,I.I.T.P.O.Powai Karunya Trust,Bishop's House,B/38,I.I.T.P.O.Powai|
|Light Of Life Trust||Children||181, Digital Planet, Hill Road, Bandra (West), Mumbai 400050|
|Magic Bus India Foundation||Education & Literacy||3rd Floor, JK Textiles Building, Mehra Estate Near Jaswanti Landmark, LBS Marg, Vikhroli West,|
|Making A Difference Foundation||Education||10/2 Dhanlakshmi Society Mogul Lane,|
|MelJol||Education||Room No 47, 2nd Floor Gilder Lane Municipal School, Off Belassis Bridge, Mumbai Central|
|Population First||Health & Family Welfare||Ratan Manzil, Ground Floor, 64, Woodehouse road, Colaba|
|Prerana (Mumbai)||Children||Ground Floor, Khetwadi Municipal School (Dagdishala) Behind Alankar Theatre 1st Lane, Khetwadi, Grant Road (East)|
|Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust||Education||Vasant Vilas, 5th Floor, D.D Sathye Marg Near Girgaum Church, Charni Road|
|Sahaara Charitable Society||Education||Ground Floor, Gauri Shankar Building, Plot no. 50A Pestom Sagar Road No. 2, Chembur|
|Save The Children India||Children||SF 9 , G Block, Bandra Kurla Complex Next To American School of Bombay, Bandra East|
|St. Jude India Childcare Centres||Children||525,Arun Chambers, 5th Floor,Tardeo Road,next to Tardeo AC Market,Mumbai 400034 Victoria House,Pandurang Budhkar Marg,Mumbai 400013|
|Swades Foundation||Education||Nishuvi, 3rd floor, 75, Dr Annie Besant Road, Worli,|
|Teach To Lead||Education||c/o The Akanksha Foundation Voltas House ‘C’, T. B. Kadam Marg, Chinchpokli,|
|The CounterMedia Trust||Rural Development & Poverty Alleviation||c/o P. Sainath, 27/43 Sagar Sangam Bandra Reclamation|
|Thinksharp Foundation||Education||Flat No 1401, Bld No. 4B, Dreams Complex LBS Road, Bhandup West|
|Toybank||Education||7, Jay Kutir, Taikalwadi Lane Mahim|
|Vivekananda Youth Forum||Education||Vivekananda Youth Forum, 19-D Firdaus, 4th Road, J.V.P.D. Scheme, Vile-Parle (West)|
|Young Innovators Foundation||Children||1D, Tower B, Viceroy Park Thakur Village, Kandivali East|
|Aadeeyoga Foundation||Health & Family Welfare||427/429, SVP Road, Prarthana Samaj, Charni Road|
|Aadhar Foundation||Aged/Elderly||Room no.50,Gajanan society, lalbatti,hanuman tekdi, asalpha village, ghatkopar(w)Mumbai-400 84|
|Aadhar Foundation Mumbai||Children||04,Harnabai Chawl,Behind Navrang Cinema,Gaondevi,Andheri -w, Mumbai 400058|
|Aadhar Skill Development Trust||Education & Literacy||Oswal Bhawan, Block No.3, S. N. Road, Mulund West, Mumbai: 400080|
|Aadhunik Stree Vikas Pratisthan||Women's Development & Empowerment||1/6, NAVJEEVAN NAGAR, GANESH MARG,VIKHROLI (E) MUMBAI 400 083|
|Aai Caretaker||Children||Room No.B/4, Ashok Nagar, Vasinaka, Chembur, Mumbai 400 074|
|Aakanksha Shiksha Kalyan Samiti||Human Rights||Shri S.K.Roy Memorial High School ; E-16/17 ; Transit Camp; New MMRDA Colony ; Kokari Agar; Antop Hill ; Mumbai 400037|
|Aarju Foundation||HIV/Aids||ROOM NO.6, SHRI BALKESHWAR MAHADEV CHS, MAHADEV BHAI ROAD, KANDIVLI (EAST), MUMBAI â€“ 400 101.|
|Aashirwad||Art & Culture||DR UMAKANT BAJPAI , DIRECTOR , AASHIRWAD, 2/20, JUHU VISHAL, 5TH ROAD EXTN, MUMBAI 49|
|Aastha Foundation||Children||SHOP NO.5 1ST FLOOR 21/23 MUMBADEVI MANSION DHANJI STREET|
|Aastha Foundation||Aged/Elderly||SHOP NO .5 1ST FLOOR 21/23 MUMBADEVI MANSION DHANJI STREET NEAR MUMBADEVI TEMPLE|
|Aavhaan Pratishthan||Children||AL-5/3/12, Sector-5, Suyog Apt., Airoli, Navi Mumbai|
|Abhay Abhiyan Trust||Civic Issues||7/61, Siddharth Nagar No. 5, Goregaon West, Opposite Prabhodhan, Mumbai - 400 104.|
|Abhilasha Foundation||Children||Laxmi Chayya Bungalow, Plot No. 27-27, RSC 11, Gorai 2, Borivali West, Mumbai|
|Ablaze Unique Welfare Trust||Children||14/C HASAN MIYA PARVE CHAWL ,NAVPADA BANDRA EAST MUMBAI -400051.|
|Abundant Life Ministries||Children||Abundant Life Ministries, 27/A CHAPEL ROAD, BANDRA (WEST, Mumbai - 400050|
|Access Life Assistance Foundation||Children||Access Life Assistance Foundation, Bungalow No. 6, Jolly Land CHS, Ghatla Village Road, , Chembur (East)|
|Act Foundation||Aged/Elderly||Suhas Ratnakar KambleNew Naigaun B. D. D. Chawl No. 1/B.B. J. Deorukhkar Road. Dadar (E).Mumbai 400 014.|
|Active Intellingent Movement||Children||I/Sector,A-1/Lane,Room No-21,Cheeta Camp,Mumbai-400 088|
|Adarshmay Charitable Trust||Children||Parijat, 9, Khardeo Nagar, Chembur, Mumbai 400071|
|Adarshnagar Magas Vargiya Mahila||Human Rights||PLOT NO 30 K 1ST FLOOR ROOM NO 2 , ROAD NO 11 GOVANDI BAINGANWADI , MUMBAI 400043|
|Adarsh Shikshan Prasarak Mandal||Education & Literacy||C-319, Shanti Shopping Center , Opp Mira Road Rly Station Mira Road east , Thane - Mumbai - Maharashtra - 401107|
|Aditi Source Of Inspiration||HIV/Aids||First floor, Kurla Tobacco Tea Center, Dargah road, Sonapur, Bhandup West, Mumbai 400078|
|Adiwasi Vidya Prasark Mandal Sawaki||Agriculture||24/203 4th floor,fine mansion,D.N.road,Fort mumbai,Maharashtra.40001|
|Afc Foundation||Micro Finance (SHGs)||Agricultural Finance corporation Limted, Ist Floor, Dhanraj Mahal, , CSM marg, Mumbai, 400001|
|Aga Khan Education Service India||Education & Literacy||Aga Khan Education Service,India., 2nd Floor ,39/43 Diamond Complex, Nesbit Road, Mazagaon, Mumbai-400-010|
|Aga Khan Health Service India||Health & Family Welfare||Aga Khan Health Service India, Diamond Complex, 3rd floor, Nesbit road, Mazgaon, Mumbai 400010|
|Aicmeu Baitulmal Cooperative Credit Society Ltd||Micro Finance (SHGs)||AICMEU, 1st Floor, Vazir Building, 179, I. R. Road, Mumbai - 400003|
|Aiesec India||Children||AIESEC India, Gate No.2, Godrej Industries, Eastern Express Highway, Vikhroli East, Mumbai - 400079|
|Aiesec Pune||Children||AIESEC India Office, Godrej Industrial Estate, Vikhroli East, Mumbai - 400083|
|Aikc Computer Centre||Information & Communication Technology||173-175,Khilafat house,Motishah Lane, , Byculla (E),Mumbai-400027|
|Aishabai And Haji Abdul Latif Charitable Trust||Education & Literacy||J.J.Hospital Compound, Near Gate no. 14, Municipal School Building, 2nd Floor, Byculla, Mumbai - 400 008|
|Aishabai And Haji Abdul Latif Charitable Trust||Children||JJ Hospital Compound, Gate No.14, JJ Shatabdi Gujrati Munucipal School Building, 2nd Floor. Byculla Mumbai - 400008.|
|Aiwa Ngo India||Civic Issues||ALL INVESTORS WELFARE ASSOCAITION, A/204 ,RAJMUDRA, AANAD NAGAR, PARAG NAGAR, DAHISAR (EAST) MUMBAI-, 400068|
|Akanksha Samajik Pratisthan||Animal Husbandry||Jalinder Pandurang Dhumal, G56 Mahatma Gandhi Vasahat, Jerbai wadia Road, Parel Bhoiwada Mumbai400012|
|Akat Foundation||Art & Culture||D18, Lavika Place Sec. 21, Nerul, Navi Mumbai|
|Akhil Bharat Sindhi Boli And Sahit Prachar Sabha||Art & Culture||Flat No. 301, Shilpa Apartment, Section - 18, Ulhasnagar - 421003, Maharashtra|
|Akhil Bhartiya Matsya Pravartak Sangh||Animal Husbandry||Hanuman Seva Mandal,KabaliWadi,Sion Trombay Rd,Chembur Mumbai -400071|
|Akhil Welfare Trust For The Physically Handicapped||Differently Abled||Mumbai office-: B2/6,Hari Om Apartments,S.V.Road,Borivali (West),Mumbai-400092.|
|Aki Institute Of Computer Education||Human Rights||1st Baitul Aman Co-op. Hsg. Society, Nagpada, Above Sagar Hotel, Mumbai - 400008.|
|Akruti Citygold Institute||Biotechnology||Akruti Citygold Institute, 1st Floor, Akruti Centre Point, MIDC Central Road, Andheri (East), , Mumbai 400 093|
|Akshara Foundation Of Arts And Learning||Art & Culture||Plot 1, RSC 12, Sector 8, Charkop, Kandivili West, Mumbai 400067|
|Alfaaz Education And Cultural Society||Human Rights||Block No. E,3/15, 1st Floor, Shahu Nagar Colony, Mahim, Mumbai - 400017|
|Ali Ahamad Educational Trust||Minority Issues||923/25,sarvoday nagar,w.e.highway,MUMBAI-400063|
|Alif Academy||Education & Literacy||53/3. KANTHARIA MAHAL, LBS MARG, KAMANI, ABOVE NAAZ HOTEL, KURLA WEST, MUMBAI - 400 070 . INDIA|
|All India Human Rights Bureau||Education & Literacy||204, MISTRY CHAMBER BLDG, STRAND ROAD, COLABA 400005|
|All India Institute Of Local Self Government||Disaster Management||All India Institute of Local Self-Government, Sthanikraj Bhavan, C. D. Barfiwala Marg, Juhu Lane, Andheri(west) Mumbai 400058|
|All India Pickleball Association||Sports||18/B Dhavalgiri, Sonawala Road, Goregaon (east) Mumbai 400063|
|All Maharashtra Criminal Reform||Housing||SB COMMUNICATION KAMLA RAMAN NAGAR, OLD BUS DEPOT NEAR SHIVAJI NAGAR NO 2, BAIGANWADI GOVANDI MUMBAI 400043|
|Al Murtuza Multipurpose Education And Welfare Soc||Art & Culture||Anjuman Iqra Urdu High School, 362, Kamla Raman Nagar, Baiganwadi, Near furqaniya Chowk, Govandi, Mumbai - 400043|
|Ambekar Institute For Labour Studies||Children||Ambekar Institute for Labour Studies, Mazdoor Manzil, G.D. Ambekar Marg, Parel, Mumbai 400 012.|
|Ambuja Cement Foundation||Animal Husbandry||Ambuja Cement Foundation, , Elegant Business Park, MIDC Cross Road, Near Kotak Mahindra Bank, Andheri (E)|
|Ambulance Access For All Foundation||Health & Family Welfare||corresponding address:, CSSC, M.N. Roy Human Development Campus, 2nd Floor, C Wing, Plot No 6, F Block, , Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East, , Mumbai|
|Americares India Foundation||Aged/Elderly||AmeriCares India, Seagull House, 1st floor, P.No. 6, Shivaji Colony, Chakala, Andheri Kurla Road, Andheri East, Mumbai 400099|
|Amu Alumni Association Of Maharashtra||Art & Culture||A-25-15, Priyadarshini Nagar, Shivaji Nagar, Govandi, Mumbai-400043.|
|Ananda Cultural Centre||Art & Culture||5/267, Vijayanand Building, Sion Road ( East ) Mumbai-400022|
|Anand Ashram Trust||Women's Development & Empowerment||ADITYA BIRLA HOSTEL FOR WORKING WOMEN, SIDDHARTH COLONY ROAD, NEAR CHEMBUR NAKA|
|Anarde Foundation||Drinking Water||409, New Udyog Mandir No. 2, 4th Floor, Moghul Lane, Mahim (West), Mumbai -16|
|Andheri East Jan Vikas Front||Animal Husbandry||Asian, 10, Gandhi Sadan, New Nagardas Road, Andheri East|
|Animals Matter To Me Mumbai||Animal Husbandry||Ganesh Nayak B601 blue meadows shyam nagar off jvlr road jogeshwari east mumbai 60|
|Anjuman I Islam Akbar Peerbhoy College||Education & Literacy||Akbar Peerbhoy College of Commerce and Economics, M.S. Ali Road, Two Tanks, Mumbai - 400008|
|Anjuman I Islam Charities||Education & Literacy||Anjuman-I-Islam Complex,92 Dr D.N Road,2nd Floor,Main Building,Opp.CST Station.Mumbai.400001|
|Anjuman I Islam Urdu Research Institute||Education & Literacy||Anjuman - I - Islam, Badruddin Tayabji Marg, Off. 92, Dr.D.N. Road,|
|Ansari Medical And Educational Charitable Trust||Education & Literacy||1201, E-WING, DUDHWALA COMPLEX CHS, DR. BELASIS ROAD, MUMBAI CENTRAL, MUMBAI - 400008|
|Ape And Superape Entertainment And Infotech Pvt Lt||Civic Issues||303,A Wing Varun Valley Society, Ashok Nagar Kandiwali (E), Mumbai: 400101|
|Ape And Superape Entertainment And Infotech Pvt Lt||Information & Communication Technology||M/s Ape&SuperApe Entertainment &InfoTech (P) Ltd 303, A wing third floor Varun Valley Society Sheetal Nagar, near Children Academy school Kandivali (E|
|Apex Global Humanrights Organisation||Education & Literacy||12354 / 125834, pantnagar, Ghatkopar. mumbai Maharashtra|
|Apne Aap Womens Collective||Human Rights||1st lane Khetwadi, 1st floor Municipal School near Alankar Cinema, Mumbai 400004, India|
|Archana Educational Trust||Education & Literacy||81,laspalmas,little gibbs road,malbar hill,mumbai|
|Ardea Foundation||Human Rights||A 302, 3rd Floor, Poseidon Tower, Off Yari Road, Versova, Andheri West|
|Aryan Medical And Educational Trust Medscapeindia||Education & Literacy||Aryan Medical and Educational Trust, Aryan Hospital., D- 28,29 Station Road, Nehru Nagar, Kurla east, Mumbai - 400024|
|Asara Mahila Mandal||Women's Development & Empowerment||B-10/19 BEST RAJDOOT CO.OP.HOUSING.SOCIETY,ANIL UBHARE MARG,LINK ROAD,GHATKOPAR (E) MUMBAI -400075|
|Aseema Charitable Trust||Children||Aseema Charitable Trust, G-3 Josephine Apartments, Ground Floor, Chimbai Road, Bandra (West), Mumbai 400050|
|Asha Darpan||Health & Family Welfare||Gr.Fr.,Simplex Buld.,Pawala street,Grant Road.East No.400004|
|Asha Handicrafts Association||Children||Asha Handicrafts Association, Plot No. 24, ABCD Govt. Industrial Estate, Cahrkop. Kandivali (West), Mumbai 400 067. India|
|Asha Mahila Sanstha||Children||Asha Mahila Sanstha, BMC Eye Hospital, Gr Flr, Maulana Shaukat Ali road, Two Tanks, Nagpada, Mumbai - 400008|
|Asha Mahila Sanstha Project I||Children||First Floor, 266.268 Arab Building, Pathe Bapuram Marg, Near Play House, Flakaland Road, Khetwadi, Girgaon, Mumbai 4|
|Ashapura Foundation||Animal Husbandry||ASHAPURA FOUNATION, Jeevan Udyog Building; 278 Dr. D. N. Raod Fort, Mumbai-400001, Mumbai,Mumbai, Maharashtra-400001|
|Ashapura Foundation||Agriculture||ASHAPURA FOUNDATION, Jeevan Udhyog Building, 278, D.N.Road, Fort, Mumbai. - 400 001|
|Asharam Educational Trust||Agriculture||R-6, Nasir Ali Chawl Rajesh Compound dahisar (East) Mumbai 400068|
|Ashtha Medical Seva Sangh||Health & Family Welfare||ashtha medical seva sangh , room no.472 nav tarun naik nagar antap hill road mumbai|
|Ashwattha Pratishthan||Agriculture||Ashwattha Pratishthan, C/O Ulhas Rane, Laxmi Narayan Bhuwan, G. D. Ambekar Marg, Bhoiwada, Parel, Mumbai - 400 012|
|Ask Foundation||Education & Literacy||3rd Floor, Bengal Chemicals, Veer Savarkar Marg, Prabhadevi, Mumbai 400025|
|Asmita Bahudheshiya Mahila Vikas Sanstha||Education & Literacy||salu dsouza chawl hariyali village tagore nagar group no 3 vilkhroli(east)-400083.|
|Asmita Gramin Va Adivasi Vikas Sanstha||Animal Husbandry||Shivneri Sahakari Sadan , Room No 3 Tembhipada Road, Shivajinagar Bhandup W, Mumbai 400078|
|Asmita Social Cultural And Educational Trust||Art & Culture||Asmita Bhavan, Ajgaonkar Maidan, Near western express highway, Jogeshwari (E), Mumbai 400060.|
|Associationforleprosyeducationrehabilitationandtreatmentindia||Health & Family Welfare||B-9 MIRA MANSION, SION WEST, MUMBAI - 400022|
|Association Of Technical Market Analysts||Education & Literacy||Association of Technical Market Analysts, PF-3 Phiroze Jeejeebhoy Towers, Dalal Street, Fort, Mumbai - 400 001|
|Asthvinayak Yuva Mitra Mandal||Art & Culture||Fit & Fine Gymnesium, Sambhaji Chowk, Near parksite police Station, Surya nagar, L.B.S. Marg, Vikhroli (W), Mumbai - 400 083.|
|Atomic Energy Retirees Welfare Association||Aged/Elderly||501 Emerald Heights, 32 Union park, Chembur Mumbai 400071|
|Attraction Foundation||Agriculture||Ravindra D. Kasar, Nav Chitanya CHS, Nirmal Nagar, J P Road, Khar East, Mumbai - 400051|
|Aum Medical Educational Research Foundation||Biotechnology||Indian Mercantile Mansions Extn, Madam Cama Road, Colaba|
|Aured Charitable Trust||Differently Abled||AURED, Anand Niketan, King George V Memorial, Mahalaksmi, Mumbai 400 011|
|Aviral Seva Foundation||Children||veena shukla mishra, M.m.mishra , shivam enterprises, 306 vikrant industrial estate, govandi post office road, govandi (e), Mumbai 440088|
|Avirath Pratishthan||Animal Husbandry||Parijat-2, Ankur CHS, BEST Nagar Road, Goregaon-West,|
|Avitoko||Women's Development & Empowerment||302/A, Dheeraj Residence, Opp. oshiwara Bus depot, Goregaon (West), Mumbai- 400104|
|Avni Health Foundation||Aged/Elderly||AVNI HEALTH FOUNDATION, 101, PRANGAN COOP. HSG.LTD, 15 MALVIYA ROAD, VILE PARLE EAST|
|Awaaz||Civic Issues||Shop No. 5, Shafi Masjid Trust Bldg., 200 Sheriff Devji Street Masjid (W).|
|Awishkar||Art & Culture||9, Sitaladevi Temple Building, L.J. Road, Mahim, Mumbai - 400 016, , B/6, Shakun, Sahaji Raje Marg, Vile Parle- East, Mumbai-400 057|
|A Y Sayyid Educational Memorial Trust||Vocational Training||5, AL-YASIN (DALAL HOUSE), 3RD SANT SAVTA PATH, BYCULLA, MUMBAI-400027|
|Aysayyid Educational Trust||Children||5 AL YASIN DALAL HOUSE, 3RD CROSS LANE, SANT SAVATA MARG, BYCULLA,|
|Azmi Charitable Trust||Art & Culture||Azmi House, Furqaniya Chowk, Kamla Raman Nagar, Govandi, Mumbai - 400 043.|
|Bahujan Vikas Seva Sangh||Civic Issues||sudam gangurde chawl, cst road, buddha colony, kurla (west), , Mumbai -400070|
|Bal Gopal Mitra Mandal||Human Rights||C/9 M N Dsouza Compound Kherani Road Sakinaka Mumbai 400072|
|Bal Santosh Pratishthan||Children||C/O Prerana Rane, Laxmi Narayan Bhuwan, G. D. Ambekar Marg, Bhoiwada, Parel, Mumbai - 400 012|
|Balwas Charitable Trust||Education & Literacy||265-E Bellasis Road Opp. BEST Bus Depot Mumbai Central Mumbai - 400008|
|Basharat Education And Charitable Trust||Children||Sharafat Comound, Gokhi Wadi Road, Near Durga Mandir, Shantosh Bhavan, Nala Sopara East|
|Basic Equality And Development Foundation||Education & Literacy||BEND FOUNDATION(Basic Equality & Development Foundation)., 4, Nasreen C.H.S., New Hall Road,Next to Friends Colony, Kurla(W), Mumbai-400 070.|
|Bazme Sarfaraz Memorial Educational And Welfare Trust||Education & Literacy||Plot no 8/H/1 Road no 8 Baiganwadi Govandi Mumbai 400043|
|Being Ubuntu Foundation||Agriculture||Nerul, Navi Mumbai|
|Bene Israel Heritage Museum And Genealogical Research Center||Animal Husbandry||5 Purnima, 20 Nepean Sea Road, Mumbai400036|
|Bene Israel Heritage Museum Genealogical Research||Art & Culture||5 Purnima, 20 Nepeansea Road, Mumbai - 400036|
|Bengal Club||Art & Culture||BENGAL CLUB, VEER SAVARKAR MARG, SHIVAJI PARK, DADAR (w) , MUMBAI -400 028, MAHARASHTRA|
|Berojgar Swaroop Seva Sahakari Sanstha||Agriculture||35/2/6 D WARD, MAHATMA GANDHI VASAHAT JERBAI WADIA ROAD PAREL BHOIWADA MUMBAI-400012|
|Beyond Sight Foundation||Art & Culture||A-403, Vasant Sarita, 90 Feet Road, Opp: HDFC Bank, Thakur Complex, Kandivali - East|
|Bhagwanti Navani Charitable Trust||Art & Culture||A-201, ABROL VASTU PARK, NEAR RYAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, EVERSHINE NAGAR, MALAD(WEST) MUMBAI-400064|
|Bhagyoday Charitable Trust||Drinking Water||B-15 Lijjat Godavari CHS, opp.vaishali bus-stop, M.G.Road, Kandivali (west). Mumbai - 400 067.|
|Bhakti Dhara Foundation||Animal Husbandry||Bhakti Dhara Foundation, T42, 115, Prateeksha Nagar, Sion East, Mumbai 400022|
|Bhanudaskaka Gharge Memorial Trust||Education & Literacy||Bhanudaskaka Gharge Memorial Trust, Gharge chawl, Room no-4, Near Vitthal Mandir,Gaondevi Road, Bhandup (W).|
|Bharatiya Stree Shakti||Children||4, Girish, TH Kataria Road, Mahim, Mumbai 400016|
|Bharatiya Vidhi Sansthan||Legal Awareness & Aid||20/137 Rajendra Nagar, borivali(E) Mumbai-66 Maharastra|
|Bharatiya Vishwakarma Janhit Seva Samiti||Human Rights||Bharatiya Vishwakarma Janhit Seva Samiti Sai Krupa Chawl, Veer Tanaji nagar, Akurli Road, hanuman Nagar, Kandivali East Mumbai-400101|
|Bharstchar Nirmulan Manav Adhikar Sangathan||Women's Development & Empowerment||c/o Adv.Sagar Tamboli, R.n.22Bangdiwala Comp Quresh Nagar Kurla East Mumbai 400070|
|Bhartiya Sevak Sangh||Agriculture||Kalina Sangam CHS Ltd, Shop No.1, Vidyanagri Marg, Manipada Lane, Kalina, Santacruz (E)|
|Bhim Foundation Social Research And Education Society||Housing||17 BMC Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Rd,Nr.BMC F South Ward Office Parel East|
|Bhookh Relief Foundation||Children||403 Sangeeta, 15th Road, Santacruz W, Mumbai, 400054|
|Bhushan Seva Sahakari Sanstha Ltd||Environment & Forests||135, 1ST FLOOR, PANCHSHILA NAGAR, NEAR RAJIBGANDHI NAGAR, SALT PEN ROAD, WADALA (E), MUMBAI - 400037|
|Big Bang Theatres Foundation||Right To Information & Advocacy||303 A wing Swapnakar, Off Yari road, Versova, Andheri (w)|
|Bishwambharlal Maheshwari Education Foundation||Education & Literacy||BISHWAMBHARLAL MAHESHWARI EDUCATION FOUNDATION, 507, RAHEJA CENTRE, 214, NARIMAN POINT|
|Bombay Natural History Society||Environment & Forests||Hornbill House, opposite Lion Gate, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Road, Fort, Mumbai - 400001|
|Bombay Urban Industrial League For Development Build||Legal Awareness & Aid||11, Sujata Niwas, S. V. Road, Bandra West - 400050|
|Buddha International Foundation||Right To Information & Advocacy||Post Box no 8819 FCI MUMBAI 400074|
|Cancer Aid And Research Foundation||Health & Family Welfare||Cancer Aid and Research Foundation, Byculla Municipal School Building. , Room No. 15- 18. N.M. Joshi Marg, Near S bridge, Byculla West, Mumbai 400 011|
|Cancer Patients Aid Association||Health & Family Welfare||Cancer Patients Aid Association, Anand Niketan, King George V Memorial, Dr. E Moses Road, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai - 400 011|
|Care Foundation||Children||W/Rly, Behind Bldg No 91/LA (Middle Stone Bldg), Teen Bunglow, J.P.Road, Bandra East, MUmbai 400051|
|Catholic Nurses Guild Of India||HIV/Aids||Catholic Nurses Guild of India, National Secretariat, Hope Centre, Matharpada Road, Amboli, Andheri (West), Mumbai - 400 058.|
|Center For Aid Care And Cure Of Cancer||Human Rights||Center for Aid, Care & Cure of Cancer, Room No. 25 & 26, Ground Floor, Gilder Lane Municipal School, Opp. Bombay Central Station, Mumbai - 400 008.|
|Center For Awareness Holistic Healing Growth And Research||Aged/Elderly||Shiv Shakti Housing Society ,Shop No 20|
|Center For Research And Promotion Of Indian Music||Human Rights||704, Crystal Plaza, AG Road, Andheri (EEast)|
|Centre For Education And Development Programmes Trust||Science & Technology||PLOT NO.1097, BLOCK NO. 1, SHIVRAM CHS.GEETA BLDG., DEVIDAYAL ROAD, MULUND (W), MUMBAI-400080.|
|Centre For Education And Documentation||Aged/Elderly||3, Suleman Chambers, 4, Battery Street, Behind Regal Cinema, Colaba|
|Centre For Excellence||Education & Literacy||CENTRE FOR EXCELLENCE, 174 CITI MALL NEW LINK ROAD, ANDHERI WEST MUMBAI 400 053|
|Centre For Social Action||Human Rights||CENTRE FOR SOCIAL ACTION, EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS BLDG.III, 5, CONVENT STREET, MUMBAI- 400 001|
|Chain Foundation||Art & Culture||D/703, Prithvi Enclave, W.E.Highway, Near Annex Broaday Mall, Borivli East, Mumbai - 400066. Maharastra.|
|Childline India Foundation||Children||Childline India Foundation, 406, Sumer Kendra, 4th Floor, Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Worli, Mumbai- 400 018.|
|Childraise Trust||Children||ChildRaise Trust, E/15, Karnatak Bldgs, Mogal Lane, Mahim, Mumbai - 400016 INDIA.|
|Child Rights And You||Children||189-A, Anand Estate, Sane Guruji marg, Mumbai - 11|
|Child Vision Foundation||Children||CHILD VISION FOUNDATION Kantilal Popat Dixit R.No.1 A, 1ST Floor Deshpande Chawl Plot No.46 Kumbharwada C.S.T. Chembur East, Mumbai â€“ 400071.|
|Chirag Rural Development Foundation||Human Rights||E12 A, Commerce Centre, Tardeo|
|Chitales Personalised Learning Pvt Ltd||Science & Technology||CHITALES PERSONALISED LEARNING PVT LTD, 43, Bazari Niwas, Gr. Flr., N.S. Road no. 2, J.V.P.D. Scheme, Nr. Cooper Hospital, Vile Parle W , MAHARASHTRA|
|Chitrapatang Shaikshanik Kala Sanstha Mumbai||Human Rights||CHITRAPATANG SHAIKSHANIK KALA SANSTHA , PLOT 62, NEXT TO NEW INDIA CO OP BANK, SEC 2 , CHARKOP VILLAGE , KANIDWALI WEST .|
|Chotanagpur Tribal Youth Association||Sports||Ajay Alois Ekka, C/o Alois Ekka, Room No-4, Jai Malhar chawl, Pereira Wadi, Pipe line, Sakinaka, Mumbai-400 072.|
|City Mission Of India||Aged/Elderly||City Mission of India Society and Trust, CMI Children Home, Post Box 8249, Pushpa Vihar Colony, Ambawadi, S. V. Road, Dahisar East|
|Civil Society Information Services India||Vocational Training||108, D-Definity, Jay Prakash Nagar Road 1, Goregaon (E), Mumbai 400063|
|Climate Health And Nature Trust Chant||Agriculture||Office:6-D-63, Sonawala Bldg. Tardeo, Mumbai-400007, Address for communication:20, B.M.C.Bldg. No.6, Govt. Colony, Haji Ali, Mumbai-400034|
|Comet Media Foundation||Art & Culture||1st Floor Topiwala Building, , Topiwala Lane (Opp Lamington Rd Police stn - near Grant Rd rly stn), Mumbai 400007|
|Committed Action For Relief And Education||Aged/Elderly||c/o. Shrinivas Sawant, B 304, Municipal Sahaniwas CHS. Behind C.D.Deshmukh Garden, Mulund (East), Mumbai-400081|
|Committee For The Right To Housing||Children||604, Divya ratna, Bharatwadi, Andheri (E) Mumbai 400058|
|Common Indian People||Aged/Elderly||Common Indian People, 23 Shirin Mansion, Kolsa Cross Lane, Pydhonie, Mumbai 400003|
|Commtel Foundation||Aged/Elderly||23 WHITE CASTLE 34 35 UNION PARK CHEMBUR|
|Community Outreach Programme||Children||Community Outreach Programme, Methodist Centre, 1st Floor, 21 YMCA Road, Mumbai Central, Mumbai-400 008|
|Consumer Guidance Society Of India||Human Rights||â€˜Jâ€™ Block, Azad Maidan,Mahapalika Marg, Opposite Cama Hospital, Mumbai 400 001|
|Consumers Welfare Association||Human Rights||Consumers Welfare Association, 402, B-Wing, Ashoka Complex, Justice Ranade Road, Dadar (West), Mumbai 400028.|
|Contemporary Arts Trust||Art & Culture||Contemporary Arts Trust, Mumbai Art Room, Pipewala Building, Fourth Pasta Lane, Colaba 400 005|
|Credibility Alliance||Human Rights||Credibility Alliance, 3rd Floor, West Khetwadi Municipal School, Lane no. 5, Khetwadi back Road, Khetwadi, Mumbai 400004|
|Credit Consumers Association||Legal Awareness & Aid||3/141, M.H.B. Colony, Kher Nagar, Ram Mandir Road, Bandra (East), Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400051|
|Dairrc||Health & Family Welfare||H1, Sitaram Building, Palton Road, Mumbai 400001|
|Dakhani Momin Jamat Trust Bandra||Children||SHOP NO.8, 279, CIRCULAR BUILDING, OPP. JAMA MASJID, S.V. ROAD, BANDRA WEST|
|Darbar Ul Naqshbandiya Foundation||Human Rights||No. 12, S. K. Kapadiya Estate, Parsiwadi, Chirag Nagar, Ghatkopar West|
|Deafline Trust||Differently Abled||36/40, Mahalaxmi Bridge Arcade, Opposite Mahalaxmi Railway Station, Mahalaxmi(West), Mumbai-400034|
|Deeds Public Charitable Trust||Children||8, Bajaj Arcade, , 31, Union Park, Khar (W), Mumbai - 400 052|
|Deen Dayal Education Trust||Education & Literacy||SWAMI VIVEKA NAND HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE, BUILDING GROUND FLOOR, APPAPADA, KURAR, MALAD EAST, MUMBAI- 400097|
|Deep Asha||Civic Issues||204, Crimson Tower, Lokhandwala Township, Akurli Road, Kandivali (E) Mumbai - 400 101|
|Deprived Child And You||Children||7-GYANESHWAR BHAVAN PEREIRA WADI SAKINAKA|
|Desh Seva Samiti||Children||25/4 Divya Jyoti, Shastri Nagar, Road no. 2, Goregaon (W), Mumbai 400 104.|
|Desire Foundation||Nutrition||dhanwantry clinic ganesh nagar d.d.upadhayay marg mulund (w) mumbai-400080.post box no. 17805.|
|Deu Samajik Sanstha||Animal Husbandry||15,JAI BHOLE SHANKAR CHAWL. L.B.S. MARG KRANTI MAIDAN SURYA NAGAR NO.2 VIKHROLI(W) MUMBAI 83.|
|Dhoraji Memon Jamat Mumbai||Education & Literacy||Dhoraji Memon Jamat - Mumbai, 163, Shaida Marg, Sookaina Manzil, 2nd Floor, R.No.34, Mumbai - 400 009, , Correspondence Address, Navyug Plastics, 193,|
|Dhrupad Vartul Trust||Art & Culture||201, Manisha, Plot No.3, Patwardhan Colony, Gowandi Station Road, Gowandi, Pincode - 400088|
|Diksha Samajik Sanstha||Children||Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hospital Quarter Building No.2, Flat No.12, Dr.S.S.Rao Road, Parel, Mumbai|
|Diksha Samajik Sanstha||Children||mahatma gandhi memorial hospital quater building no 2 flat no 12, dr.s.s. rao road, parel, mumbai 400012|
|Dnyanprabhat Pratishthan||Education & Literacy||4, Rukmini Gopal Bhuvan,Jerbai Wadia Marg, Parel,Mumbai 400012|
|Doctors For You||Children||Dr S K Kedia, 23rd Kedia kunj ,Flat no 9 J. B .Nagar, Andheri (east), Mumbai -400059|
|Don Bosco Balprafulta||Children||St Dominic Savio School Campus, Mahakali Caves Road, Andheri East, Mumbai - 400 093|
|Don Bosco Development Society||Children||DON BOSCO DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY, Provincial House, 1st Floor, Opp. Khalsa College, Matunga (E)|
|Don Bosco Research Centre||Children||302, 3RD FLR, DBYS BLDG, DON BOSCO HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS, MATUNGA, MUMBAI 19|
|Dr Ambedkar Shethi Vikas Va Sansodhan Sanstha||Agriculture||211 Indira Nagar Link Road Goregaon West 400104|
|Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum||Education & Literacy||Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Veermata Jijabai Udyan, Dr AMbedkar Road, , Byculla (E), Mumbai 400027|
|Drishti Manav Seva Sahkari Sanstha Ltd||Labour & Employment||Shop No.40,BMC Chhatrapati Shivaji Market,Below Wadala Bridge, Wadala (East), Mumbai- 400037|
|Dr P N Singh Foundation||Education & Literacy||G-3 Blue Haven, Near Vakola Bridge, Santacruz East 400055|
|Dr Prabha Atre Foundation||Right To Information & Advocacy||17; Madhavi Society, 277-C Mogul Lane, Mahim, Mumbai - 400 016.|
|Each One Teach One Charitable Foundation||Education & Literacy||T.J Road, Opp Sunder Tower, Hirji Baug, Sewri west Mumbai 400022|
|Edifice Charitable Foundation||Children||Edifice Charitable Foundation, 3rd Floor, Sriram Arcade, Opp to Govandi Post Office, Govandi - E, Mumbai - 400 088|
|Education Under A Tree||Education & Literacy||17 Shreerang Building , 351 Chandavarkar Road, Matunga|
|Eduljee Framjee Allbless Niramay Niketan||HIV/Aids||V.N. PURAV MARG, DHOBI GHAT, TROMBAY, MUMBAI 400 088|
|Ekjaa||Aged/Elderly||123 Esplanade Mansion, MG Road Fort|
|Ekjute Theatre Group||Art & Culture||EKJUTE THEATRE GROUP, NEPATHYA, 20 GULMOHAR ROAD, J V P D SCHEME|
|Empathy Foundation||Drinking Water||Empathy Foundation , 802,Krushal Commercial Complex , G.M.Road, Above Shoppers Stop, Chembur (W) Mumbai 400 089|
|Empower Foundation||Art & Culture||EMPOWER FOUNDATION, B304, Sanksar, Juhu Church Road, Juhu Vile Parle (W), Mumbai- 400043. India|
|Enlighten Film Society||Art & Culture||Enlighten Film Society, 46 Anil Chambers, Bldg No 9, Samhita Warehousing Complex, Sakinaka, Andheri East, Mumbai - 400 072|
|Environ Friend Institute||Dalit Upliftment||C-602, Silver Tower, Thakur Complex, kandivli (East)|
|Everydaychild Foundation||Children||6 Gurunanak Society, 51 Shankarlane, Kandivali 400067|
|Family Planning Association Of India||Health & Family Welfare||FPA India, Bajaj Bhavan, Nariman Point, Mumbai- 400021|
|Family Planning Association Of India Mumbai Branch||Health & Family Welfare||Family Planning Association of India Mumbai Branch,First Floor,Radhika Residency,Mahatma Phule Nagar,CTS 46(B),Tilak Nagar(W)Mumbai 400089|
|Family Service Centre||Children||Family Service Centre, Eucharistic Congress Building No. III, 5, Convent Street|
|Federation Of Tenants Associations||Civic Issues||Federation of Tenants Associations, 15-4 Urankar Vadi, T. G. Path Girgaon, Mumbai 400 004|
|Financial Planning Standards Board India||Education & Literacy||702, 7th Floor, Leela Business Park, Andheri-Kurla Road, Mumbai-59|
|Flamingo Foundation||Vocational Training||Flamingo Foundation , 427/429, SVP Road, Prarthana Samaj, Charni Road, Mumbai 400004.|
|Foundation For Education And Skills||Education & Literacy||Foundation for Education and Skills, c/o, Vaman Surve, 2/11, Manorama Niwas, Shivaji Nagar, T. P. Road, Bhandup (W), Mumbai- 400078.|
|Foundation Of Infrastructure Research Studies Training First||Education & Literacy||Foundation of Infrastructure Research Studies Training (FIRST), A / 303 Navbharat Estate, Zakaria Bunder Road, Sewree (West), Mumbai - 400015|
|Freedom Empowerment Education Development Feed India Foundation||Health & Family Welfare||334 MHB COLONY ADARSH NAGAR NEW LINK ROAD OSHIWARA JOGESHWARI WEST MUMBAI 400102|
|Freedom For You Foundation||Children||801, Excel Residency, sector 7, Airoli, Navi Mumbai|
|Funkaar Trust Mumbai||Education & Literacy||4A/1401, SKYLARK TOWERS, NEW MHADA COLONY, LOKHANDWALA CIRCLE, ANDHERI WEST, MUMBAI 400053|
|Future Pratishthan||Art & Culture||2-A-6 Satpuda, N.N.P. near mantri park, Gen. A.K. Vaidya marg, Goregaon(E), Mumbai-400065|
|Gangajal Nature Foundation Mumbai||Drinking Water||96/2715 SHREE CHS, KANNAMWAR NAGAR-2, VIKHROLI - EAST, MUMBAI - 400083|
|Garbage Concern Welfare Society||Children||501/502, Royal Apts, Sector no. 3, Charkop, Kandivali (W), Mumbai - 400067|
|Gaurav||HIV/Aids||Flat No 1, Shree Guru Krupa CHS, Near New Link Road, Bander Pakhadi road Dhanukar wadi, Kandivali (West) Mumbai 400067|
|Gaurav||HIV/Aids||GAURAV, Damankar House, Near Ocean Breeze Building, Hira Bua Gawade marg, Juhu Koliwada, Santacruz west, Mumbai- 400049|
|G Five A Foundation For Contemporary Culture||Education & Literacy||G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture, Block No. 5, Shree Luxmi Woollen Mills Estate, Shakti Mill Lane, Mahalaxmi|
|Gggds||Art & Culture||efff f f fd fd fdf|
|Gharda Foundation||Animal Husbandry||Gharda Foundation, 5/6, Jer Mansion, Off. W.P. Warde Marg, Bandra (W), Mumbai Pincode:400050.|
|Global Axis Foundation||Health & Family Welfare||FSM-22/1/A/24-C, Gaffar pan shop, Rahut Nager, Sewree Cross Road, Wadala, Mumbai-400031, Maharashtra, India.|
|Global Education And Research Trust||Aged/Elderly||102 First Floor Deccan Vihar Bhavani Shankar Road Dadar-w|
|Global Education Trust||Children||Global Education Trust, 220 Neptune Flying Colors, Pandit Din Dayal Upadhyay Marg, LBS Cross Road, Mulund West, Mumbai, 400080|
|Global Hospital And Research Centre||Health & Family Welfare||Global Hospital & Research Centre, Om Shanti, 48 Swastik Colony, Road No. 3, JVPD Scheme, Vile Parle (W)|
|Global Sindhi Council||Art & Culture||501 Mansha, 11 Union Park, Khar West|
|Global Vipassana Foundation||Human Rights||2nd Floor, Green House, Green Street, Fort|
|Global Vipassana Foundation||Art & Culture||Vallabh Bhanshali, 809, Dalamal Towers, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400021|
|Globenet Education Trust||Education & Literacy||Ajay N Dulgach, 43, Salex Center, Kalina Market, Santacurz East, Opp Kalina Masjid.|
|Globle Vision Foundation||Education & Literacy||33/A Krishana Bhawan, Ground Floor, 10- Dr. Khadilkar Road, Near C.P. Tank Circle, Mumbai|
|Godparents Foundation Trust||Children||A - 102, Gundecha Hills, Near SM Shetty School, Powai|
|Gomtidevi Education Trust||Education & Literacy||GomtiDevi Education Trust , Flat No.501, Fifth Floor, Tulips Buildings, Plot No.108-B, Near Pink Corner, , Sindhi Society, Chembur, Mumbai- 400 071,|
|Good Samaritan Mission||Aged/Elderly||Good Samaritan Mission, 189/2859 Tagore Nagar, Group 8 B, Vikhroli East, Mumbai 400 083|
|Graduate Social Responsibility||Children||305,Sai ganesh sadan,Senapati bapat Road,Dadar west, Mumbai- 400028|
|Green Alternatives||Education & Literacy||H2/16, Hill side colony, Pirojshanagar, Vikhroli (W),|
|Green Chemistree Foundation||Environment & Forests||405, Mastermind IV, Royal Palms, Aarey Colony, Goregaon East|
|Green World Trust||Environment & Forests||523/ 524, 5th floor, Midas, Sahar Plaza, J.B.Nagar, Andheri (E), Mumbai-400059|
|Grey Sim Learnings Foundation||Education & Literacy||A 303-304, Kailas Industrial Complex, Parksite, Vikhroli West, Mumbai 400079|
|Guj Network||Art & Culture||218 Raja ind estate p K Mulund west Mumbai, pin 400080|
|Gyanodya Sewa Samiti||Education & Literacy||5/6, GYANODYA S.R.A. SOCIETY, DARUWALA COMPOUND, S. V. ROAD, MALAD [WEST], MUMBAI - 400064.|
|Haj Pilgrims Association Of India||Human Rights||201 B CHAUHAN CLASSIC HILL PARK JOGESHWARI WEST MUMBAI 400102|
|Harmony For Silvers Foundation||Aged/Elderly||Reliance Centre; 19, Walchand Hirachand Marg, Ballard Estate|
|Harshad Mane Foundation||Agriculture||A-402 SHREE SAMARPAN , NATWAR NAGAR ROAD NO. 4, JOGESHWARI EAST MUMBAI400060|
|Healis Sekhsaria Institute For Public Health||Education & Literacy||Healis â€“ Sekhsaria Institute For Public Health, , 601/B, Great Eastern Chambers, Plot No. 28, Sector 11, CBD Belapur, , Navi Mumbai â€“ 400 614|
|Health Care Foundation||Human Rights||Health Care Foundation, Mumbai., C/o. Dr. Allauddin Shaikh, 236/A, Room No.62, Fourth Floor, Ahmed Bldg., Maulana Azad Road, Mumbai - 400008.|
|Helen Keller Institute For Deaf And Deafblind||Children||HELEN KELLER INSTITUTE FOR DEAF AND DEAFBLIND , MUNIICIPAL SECONDARY SCHOOL, N M JOSHI MARG, BYCULLA (WEST)|
|Help A Child To Study||Education & Literacy||Help A Child To Study, Somaiya Bhavan, 45/47 M.G. Road, Fort, Mumbai 400001.|
|Help Charitable Foundation||Animal Husbandry||364/70 ismail mansion, samuel street 4th floor,room no-5 majid bandar(w) mumbai 3|
|Heroes Project||Differently Abled||Heroes Project, Godrej Industries Ltd, Ground Floor, Head Office, Gate2, Pirojshanagar,Off Eastern Express Highway, Vikhroli (E), Mumbai 400079|
|Hinduja Foundation||Art & Culture||Hinduja Foundation, Hinduja House, 171 Dr Annie Besant road, Worli|
|Hinduja Foundation||Art & Culture||Hinduja Foundation, Hinduja House, , 171, Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai â€“ 400 018|
|Hindu Schedule Cast Development Organisation||Dalit Upliftment||L-5, Sahyadri Chs, Sanjay Nagar, Sundar Baug, Kamani, Kurla(w), Mumbai - 400070|
|Hindustani Prachar Sabha||Education & Literacy||Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Building , 7 Netaji Subhash Road, Near Charni Road Station (West) , Mumbai 400 002|
|Hiralxmi Memorial Foundation||Health & Family Welfare||Mr Sudhir Panchal, Hiralaxmi Memorial Foundation, (Ashapura Group), 276, Lawrence & Mayo House, 3rd floor, , D. N. Road, Fort, Mumbai - 400001|
|Hope India Foundations||Aged/Elderly||F-6, Hope House, Gauri Darshan, Sector-11, Opp. Petrol Pump, New Panvel (E), Navi Mumbai - 410 206|
|Human Empowerment Rehabilation Foundation||Education & Literacy||BRANCH OFF : GOPAL CHAWL GALA NO 3, NEAR MAHINDRA TOWERS WORLI, P B MARG MUMBAI 400013|
|Humane Society International India||Education & Literacy||HUMANE SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL INDIA, Regus, 5th 6th Floor, Mafatlal House,HT Parekh Marg, Backbay Reclamation, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400020,|
|Humanity Foundation||Animal Husbandry||14/965,M.H.B. Colony, Abhyuday nagar Kalachowki|
|Humanrights Association||Human Rights||8/19,Shalimar Bldg,Lala Nigam Rd, Colaba, Mumbai-400005|
|Human Rights Committee India||Children||57/103, GANGOTRI CHS, L.T. ROAD, GORAI-II, BORIVALI WEST, MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA-400091|
|Human Welfare Association Of India Ngo||Animal Husbandry||7, Mount View, Behind Central Bank, Mankhurd , Mumbai 400 088, Maharashtra State., ___________________________________, Admn Off: B4/03,NANDAKISHOR CH|
|Human Welfare Foundation||Women's Development & Empowerment||Ranjit Studio Compound,1 Block,Dada Saheb Palke Rd,Dadar East,Mumbai 400014|
|Humsafar Trust||HIV/Aids||Regd. Off : 10, Riviera, 15th Road, Santacruz (West), Mumbai 400 054, , HO : 4th Floor, Municipal market building, Nehru Road, Vakola, Santacruz (East|
|Hyderabad Sind National Collegiate Board||Education & Literacy||K. C. College Bldg., 124, Dinshaw Wachha Road, Churchgate, Mumbai - 400020|
|I C Colony Residents Welfare Association||Civic Issues||2 STERLING APARTMENTS, HOLY CROSS ROAD, BORIVLI WEST MUMBAI, 400103|
|Icono Womens Foundation||Aged/Elderly||202, 30/F, Bomanji Lane, Fort, Mumbai 400 001|
|Ideal Drama And Entertainment Academy||Art & Culture||5, parchhaiyan, Opposite Hotel Novotel, Juhu, Santacruz (West), Mumbai-400054|
|Imfpa Training Foundation Trust||Right To Information & Advocacy||A-401 Dipti Classic, Suren Road, Andheri (East), Mumbai, Maharashtra, India., Pin Code: 400 093|
|Indian Dental Association||Children||Indian Dental Association, Head Office, 2nd Floor, Bombay Mutual Terrace, 534 Sandhurst Bridge, Opera House,|
|Indian Development Foundation||Children||L 10/ 3 & 4 Jal Ratan Deep , Bangur Nagar, Goregaon West|
|Indian Numismatic Historical And Cultural Research Foundation||Art & Culture||INDIAN NUMISMATIC HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION, 507, RAHEJA CENTRE, 214, NARIMAN POINT, MUMBAI - 400021|
|Indo Israeli Agro Industries Chamber||Agriculture||Shop No. 1, Sahakar Niwas, Sarvoday Nagar, J. M. Road, Bhandup (W), Mumbai.|
|Inpas Network Trust||Women's Development & Empowerment||305, Vastu Shilp, Pump House, Andheri (E), Mumbai - 400093|
|Institute For Information Technology Foundation Mumbai||Education & Literacy||7/41,spring mill compound,g.d.ambekar marg, naigaon dadar mum no 14|
|Intellectual Law||Animal Husbandry||1401,Byculla,Near Chirst Church Mumbai|
|International Human Rights Associates||Education & Literacy||A/204/1, Boomerang, Chandivali Farm Road, Andheri (East), Mumbai â€“ 400072, , Shirdi, Taluka- Rahata, Shirdi, Ahmedanagar, Maharashtra â€“ 423109|
|International Resources For Fairer Trade||Agriculture||International Resources for Fairer Trade, Unit No. 7, Sona Udyog Indus. Estate, Parsi Panchyat Road, Andheri (E), Mumbai - 400 069.|
|Iyerfoundation||Art & Culture||505, B, Sai Sugandh CHS Ltd Vaishali Nagar S.P. Marg Dahisar east Mumbai 400068|
|Jaffer Suleman Musafirkhana Trust||Education & Literacy||Admn Office: 15, S.V.P.Road, Wadi Bunder, Mumbai-9.|
|Jagruti Charitable Trust||Education & Literacy||107, 21B Building, MMRDA Complex, P.L. Lokhande Marg, Opp. New Gautam Nagar, Govandi (West),|
|Jai Shri Krishna Seva Samiti||Education & Literacy||room no 2,Ramchandra shukla vasahat,Parera compound,poisar,kandivali,East,Mumbai 400101|
|Jamia Rahmania Wa Tahfizul Quran||Education & Literacy||Jamia Rahmania Wa Tahfizul Quran, salafi gali No. 3, Mustafa Compound Gandhi Nagar, Jamia Rahmania road, Charkop Kandivali( W) Mumbai 400067|
|Jan Jagruti Sanstha Maharashtra||Right To Information & Advocacy||347/2784, Motilal Nagar, Goregaon (W), Mumbai- 400062.|
|Jan Jivan Sahara Samajik Foundation||Right To Information & Advocacy||08/B, Chintamani Apartment, Bakery Gali, Siddhivinayak Marg, Bhayandar West, Thane-401101|
|Jankalyan Pratishthan||Agriculture||1/59, Mehta Mansion, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Road, Lalbaug, Mumbai - 400012.|
|Jansankalp Pratisthan Mhasala||Agriculture||Shop No 1, Z-Complex, Near Mhasala ST Stand, Tal. Mhasala, Dist. Raigad, Maharashtra.|
|Janseva Samiti Sanchalit Family Counselling Centre||Education & Literacy||SHRI M D SHAH MAHILA COLLEGE, B J PATEL ROAD, MALAD WEST|
|Janvi Charitable Trust||Urban Development & Poverty Alleviation||JANVI CHARITABLE TRUST, 45B CHAPEL ROAD, BANDRA (W) MUMBAI 400050|
|Janvi Charitable Trust||Children||Carmelle Villa, 45 B, Chapel Road, Bandra West. Mumbai 400050.|
|Jci India||Children||NATIONAL HEAD QUARTER , AMI KALASH, 2ND FLOOR , AMI COMPLEX, I.C.COLONY ROAD , BORIVALI (W), MUMBAI â€“ 400 103|
|Jeevandhara||Education & Literacy||Jeevandhara, R no 7 Rear Helal Bldg Dr Mascrenhas Rd Mazgoan Mumbai 400 010|
|Jeevan Dhara||Vocational Training||7, REAR HELAL BLDG., DR MASCARENHAS RD., MAZGAON 400010|
|Jeevan Jyot Pratishthan||Children||G1, ASHTAVINAYAK Co. Op. HSg. Soc., Road No.7, M.I.D.C, ANDHERI (EAST), MUMBAI 400 093|
|Jeevan Life Seva Sanstha||Children||ROOM NO-20, OPP - E/1, YESHWANT NAGAR, PARKSITE, VIKHROLI (W), MUMBAI - 400 079.|
|Jeevan Prabhat Charitable Trust||Aged/Elderly||299A/4,MIRANDA BUILDING, J. K. SAWANT ROAD, DADAR WEST,MUMBAI-400028., INDRAYANI CHS,BARRIAGE ROAD, OPP B-CABIN,BADLAPUR WEST,THANE-421503|
|Jeewhala||Aged/Elderly||A-104, Gopchar Co-op. Hsg. Soc., Dr. A B Road, Worli|
|Jivanjyoutpratishthan||Children||plot no 30 k 1st floor room no 3, mumbai 400043 govandi|
|Jmd Charitable Trust||Aged/Elderly||F-34, 1ST FLOOR A.V.P. PUNJABI SOCIETY, OPP. SONY MONY, J. P. ROAD, ANDHERI - WEST|
|Joshaba||Animal Husbandry||30 - B Kamgar Nagar, Near Nandikeshwar Temple, Kurla(East), Mumbai, Maharashtra.|
|Juhu Beach Lifegaurd Associatation||Disaster Management||SHIV SHURTI C.H.S.PLOT NO 519 SECTOR 5 ROOM NO C/35 charchop kandivali (west) mumbai 400 067|
|Just Help Foundation||Children||Kamani Kajupada, Kurla Pipe Line Road, Kurla-West, Mumbai-400 072|
|Jyotiba Sevabhavi Sanstha||Children||Bld.no3 B-Wing Room No 714 road No.19 Omkar CHS MIDC Andheri(E) Mumbai400093|
|Jyoticare Benevolent Foundation||Children||9, Mehta House, Gr. Floor Arcade, 36, Pandita Ramabai Road, Chowpatty, Mumbai 400 007|
|Kaivalya Education Foundation||Education & Literacy||KAIVALYA EDUCATION FOUNDATION, 10TH FLOOR, PIRAMAL TOWER, GANPATRAO KADAM MARG, LOWER PAREL, MUMBAI, MAHARASTRA : 400013|
|Kala Kriti Kemdra||Education & Literacy||109 aram nager part -1 nere arya samaj fishri road seven bunglow versova andheri west|
|Kala Kriti Kendra||Right To Information & Advocacy||109 Aram Nagar Part 1, Near Arya Samaj Mandir , Fishari Road, Seven Bunglow, Versova,|
|Kalavabhav||Children||PRANJAL JADHAV 3-D FLAT NEAR PAWAR PUBLIC SCHOOL 3D -604 BHANDUP (W)78|
|Kalavaibhav Samajik Shaishanik Sanstha||Children||3D 604 Dreamz Complex LBS Road Bhandup West Mumbai 78|
|Kalavati Prathishthan||Children||RAVISHNKAR YOGIRAJ SWAMI 28/ AKRLI KADAMBARI SOCIETY MHADA KANDIVALI (E) MUMBAI 400101|
|Kamalni Nilmani Charitable Trust||Disaster Management||Goel Hospital, Near Kalgidhar High School, J B Nagar, Andheri E, Mumbai 400059|
|Kamlabai Educational And Charitable Trust||Education & Literacy||KAMLABAI EDUCATIONAL & CHARITABLE TRUST, , 8/B, Tagore Nagar, Vikhroli (E), Mumbai - 400083. , Tel. : 022- 25741287, 25741867, eMail : email@example.com|
|Kanyaratna Welafare Society||Children||advocate Ganesh Dattu Jadhav, Room no. 1509, Bhavani CHS, Garage Gully, Dadar West, Mumbai 400028,|
|Karm||Education & Literacy||KARM, , S. S. Gaikwad Marg, Opp. Jain Temple, Dhobi Talao, Mumbai- 400 002|
|Karmayog||Civic Issues||Karmayog, Shree R. O. Somani Charitable Trust, 2nd Floor, Shreeniwas House, H.Somani Road, , Fort, Mumbai 400001|
|Kartavya Charitable Trust||Animal Husbandry||R no.1,Ramprasad Singh Chawl,shivaji nagar, kurar village, malad (east),|
|K C Mahindra Education Trust||Children||K.C. Mahindra Education Trust, Cecil Court, 3rd Floor, Near Regal Cinema, Mahakavi Bhushan Marg, Colaba, Mumbai â€“ 400 001|
|Keli||Art & Culture||Keli,201, Baba Nivas,Plot No 74, Sector 19, Nerul, Navi Mumbai 400706|
|Key Foundation||Labour & Employment||ABDUL REHMAN HOUSE, NEAR NOOR MASJID, GAVDEVI DONGRI, V.P.ROAD, ANDHERI WEST MUMBAI 400058|
|Kherwadi Social Welfare Association||Animal Husbandry||KHERWADI SOCIAL WELFARE ASSOCIATION TEEN BUNGALOW ROAD KHERWADI BANDRA (EAST)|
|Khoj||Children||Field Office _Yashwant Bhavan,At Po Gaurkheda (Kumbhi) Taluka Achalpur, Dist Amravati|
|Kindness Unlimited||Children||A-102, Ajanta Sant Muktabai Road Vile Parle (East), Mumbai- 400057|
|Kirdaar Art Academy||Art & Culture||5/14-LIG COLONY,3RD FLOOR,VINOBA BHAVE NAGAR,KURLA (W)|
|K J Somaiya Bharatiya Sanskriti Peetham||Art & Culture||K J Somaiya Bharatiya Sanskriti Peetham, III floor, K J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies and Research, Somaiya Vidyavihar Campus, Vidyavihar (E|
|Kjsomaiyacentreforbuddhiststudies||Education & Literacy||3rd Floor Managment Building, Somaiya Campus , Vidyavihar, Mumbai 400077|
|Kokan Utkarsh Pratishthan||Education & Literacy||Kokan utkarsh Pratishthan 73,Ganesh baug, opp.china mill,T.J.Road,Sewree, mumbai 400015|
|Konkan Kala Va Shikshan Vikas Sanstha||Children||KEAH Foundation, 118, Shivneri Building, Dadasaheb Falke Road, Near Ranjit Studio, Dadar( E)|
|Konkan Vikas Pratishthan||Agriculture||c-92, Manora Amdar Niwas, Free press journal marg, Nariman Point, Mumbai - 400 021.|
|Kranti Mahila Sanstha||Women's Development & Empowerment||PLOT NO 4/ L5/ ABOVE TURNING POINT TAILOR, OPP KONKAN BANK, SHIVAJI NAGAR NO 1, GOVANDI WEST, MUMBAI 400043|
|Kranti Sanstha||Biotechnology||91/B Banganga road Balaji niwas walkeshwar 1st floor room no 11 mumbai - 400006|
|Kripa Foundation||Health & Family Welfare||kripa foundation, mt carmel church, 81 a, chapel road, bandra west, pincode 400050|
|Krishna Aid And Education Foundation||Education & Literacy||krishna niwas, 788, adarsh nagar, new link road, andheri west, 400102|
|Krishnabai Ketkar Charitable Trust||Education & Literacy||3, Sai Prasad, Ground Floor, Jayprakash Nagar, Rd. No. 3, Goregaon East, Mumbai 400063|
|Krishnagopal Maheshwari Foundation||Education & Literacy||KRISHNAGOPAL MAHESHWARI FOUNDATION, 507, RAHEJA CENTRE, 214, NARIMAN POINT, MUMBAI - 400021|
|Kumud J C Barot Foundation||HIV/Aids||KUMUD J C BAROT FOUNDATION , SHRI JORAWAR BHUVAN , TOP FLOOR, FLAT NO 19 93 MAHARSHI KARVE ROAD|
|Labbaik Foundation||Education & Literacy||OLD MUKTAINAGR, KAZIPURA, WARD NO 4, AT POST MUKTAINAGAR|
|Labour Education And Research Network||Art & Culture||201, Gurukul CHS, Panchsheel Nagar, M-3 bldg, Matunga Labour Camp, Mumbai - 400019|
|Lahuji Salve Bahhuuddeshiya Sanstha||Children||714, Sai dham CHS, near Akruti trade center, road no 7, Midc ,Andheri (E) Mumbai-400093|
|Lahuji Salve Jankalyan Sanstha||Children||ROOM NO. 716 SAIDHAM CHS BLD. NO.3, ROAD NO.7 POCKET NO.10 MIDC ANDHERI(E) MUMBAI 400093|
|Lasya||Art & Culture||B-41,Miraaj Residency,Janakalyan Nagar,Malad(w) Mumbai-400095|
|Late Mrs Anandibai Gujar Memorial Medical Reserch||Animal Husbandry||gujar hospital and maternity home, cst no 2260/49-50 gulve nagar, shankar nagar road akaluj|
|Laxmi Rohidas Joshi Pratishthan||Children||113, Laxmi Niketan, Opp Society No.373, Charkop, Sector - III, Kandivali (west),Mumbai, 400067.|
|Leapforword||Education & Literacy||C-10, Om Shree Yashodhan Society, Road No-5, Jaiprakash Nagar, Goregaon East|
|Leela Samajik Sanstha||Human Rights||Prabuddha Tower A wing, Room No-313, Buddha Nagar Co-op Hsg Soc, Govandi, Mumbai-400043|
|Life Care Foundation||Civic Issues||Room No. 5, 1st Floor C Block , 80 Tenaments, N M Joshi Marg (Hains Road), Byculla 4000011|
|Life Trust||Children||LIFE Trust, BB-1, Neelam Centre, S K Ahire Marg, Near Glaxo, Worli, Mumbai-400 025, Maharashtra, India|
|Link Residents Welfare Association||Human Rights||Mrs.Yashoda Naidu, A205/206, Veda Society, Holy Cross road, I.C.Colony, , Borivali West|
|Littlemore||Education & Literacy||A-102, Satellite garden Phase 1, Gen A. K. Vaidya marg, Goregaon East|
|Lokchetna Magasvargiya Bahuuddeshiya Sevabhavi Sanstha||Art & Culture||KRANTIVEER LAHUJI SALVE NAGAR ROAD NO. 19 , M.I.D.C. ANDHERI(E) MUMBAI-400093|
|Lokhit Mahila Seva Sanstha||Children||23,Induganesh society,chunabhatti,Mumbai-400022|
|Lokmangal Educational Foundation||Art & Culture||1,Kondabai Wadi,Opp N.A.B Workshop,Sasmira Marg,Worli-400030|
|Loknayak Jayarakash Narayan Leprosy Eradication Trust||Animal Husbandry||LOKNAYAK JAYAPRAKASH NARAYAN LEPROSY ERADICATION TRUST, 1/12 KRISHNA KUNJ, 16 JAIPRAKASH NAGAR, ROAD NO. 3, GOREGAON EAST, MUMBAI,PIN - 400 063|
|Lokparishad||Health & Family Welfare||Kalptaru CHS Bld .No. 7A G9 Bhim nagar MIDC AndheriE Mumbai 400093|
|Lokparishad||HIV/Aids||KALPTARU CHS BLDG NO 7 A/G 6 BHIMA NAGAR BEHIND AKRUTI STAR BLDG, MIDC ANDHERI (EAST) MUMBAI 400 093|
|Lok Seva Sangam||Children||D/1, Everard Nagar, Eastern Express Highway, Sion, , Mumbai - 400 022|
|Lokvikas Pratishthan||Civic Issues||202/VISHALGAD IIT BOMBAY STAFF SOCIETY OPP SM SHETTY HIGH SCHOOL HIRANANDANI GARDENS POWAI MUMBAI 400076|
|Madhuchandra Foundation||Health & Family Welfare||Madhuchandra Foundation, 32,Ratan Apartment,S.V.Road,Near, Dattapada Railway Crossing,Borivali(West),Mumbai-400092.|
|Madhu Murchhana||Art & Culture||Kanaklata, 2, Pushpa Colony, Manchubhai Road, Malad East, MUmbai-400097|
|Madhu Murchhana||Art & Culture||2, Pushpa Colony, Manchbhai Road, Malad (East), Mumbai - 400097|
|Madrasa Faizane Taiba Sunni Dawate Islami Trust||Human Rights||MADARSA FAIZANE TAIBA SUNNI DAWATE ISLAMI TRUST, PATHAN CHAWL, KHINDI PADA DARGAH ROAD, MULUND (W) MUMBAI 400082|
|Madrasah Tahfizul Kitab Wassunnah||Education & Literacy||135,Budh Nagar, Marway Cross Road, Near Muslim Cemetry, Malwani,Malad(w)|
|Madrasa Islamiya Yateem Khana||Education & Literacy||Indira Nagar, Ambarnath Road, Waldhuni, Kalyan, Thane, (MH) Pin-421301|
|Madrasa Tahfizul Kitab Wasunnah||Education & Literacy||Budh Nagar Marway cross road Near Muslim cemetry Malwani Malad (W)|
|Maharashtra Baptist Society||Education & Literacy||18-B/ 32, TAKSHILA, MAHAKALI CAVES ROAD, ANDHERI (EAST), MUMBAI - 400093|
|Maharashtra Dyslexia Association||Differently Abled||Maharashtra Dyslexia Association, 003, Amit Park, 423, Lala Jamnadas Gupta Marg, Deonar Farm Road, Mumbai 400 088|
|Maharashtra Economic Development Council||Agriculture||Maharashtra Economic Development Council, 3rd floor, Y B Chavan Centre, Gen. J Bhosale Marg, Nariman Point, Mumbai - 400 021.|
|Maharashtra Janavikas Kendra||Education & Literacy||9,Parijat,deonar Road,Near Telecommunication Factory,Deonar,Mumbai-400088|
|Maharashtra Lokahita Seva Mandal||Differently Abled||1/1, Himalaya Apartments, 6th Road, Opp. R K Hospital, Santacruz (East), Mumbai - 400 055|
|Maharashtra Samajik Vikas Trust Pen Raigad||Art & Culture||Maharashtra Sanajik Vikas Trust,Pen, 2nd floor, Flat No.12, Ameya Society, Near Santoshimata Temple, Kapurbag, Pen-Raigad. 402 107.|
|Maharashtra Sanskrutik Abhiyan Nyas||Art & Culture||Maharashtra Sanskrutik Abhiyan Nyas, , Masa Art & Culture Gallery, Sitaram Mill Conpound Primary school ground premise, behind 9&10 BDD bldg,J R Boric|
|Maharshi Arvind Foundation||Education & Literacy||Maharshi Arvind Foundation , C/O Rajesh Art , 122 Madhani Estate , Senapati Bapat Marg Dadar (West), Mumbai400028|
|Mahesh Seva Sahakari Sanstha Ltd||Environment & Forests||BLDG NO. C-4, ROOM NO.12, BMC BLDG, SION(E), MUMBAI - 400037|
|Mahila Suraksha||Women's Development & Empowerment||B 1102 GAURAV GARDEN COMPLEX GAURAV GEET KANDIVALI WEST MUMBAI 400067|
|Mahila Suraksha Seva Sanstha||Women's Development & Empowerment||3/410 ARCADIA BLDG, SIR J.J.ROAD, OPP J.J.HOSPITAL, NEAR AXIS BANK, MUMBAI - 400 008.|
|Mahila Vikas And Shishu Sanskar Kendra||Children||107/5, Vardhaman Chambers, Kalyan Street, Dana Bunder, Maszid Bunder,Mumbai 40009|
|Mahim Sarvajanik Vachanalaya||Education & Literacy||Mahim Sarvajanik Vachanalaya, Brihan Mumbai MahanagarPalika Samaj Kalyan Kendra, Mahim Sarvajanik Vachanalaya Marg, Off Lt Dilip Gupte Road, Mahim, Mu|
|Mahim United Forum||Education & Literacy||7, ata mansion 3rd floor, dargah street mahim|
|Mai Marathi Sanstha||Civic Issues||Mai Marathi Sanstha, Aakar Arcade, Seagull CHS, Dadiseth Road, Opposite Bombay Talkies Compound, Malad (west), Mumbai-400064|
|Maitreyi||Women's Development & Empowerment||7-8, Manjiri, Makarand Society, Veer Savarkar Marg, Mahim, Mumbai 400016|
|Maitreyi Mahila Mandal||Aged/Elderly||Dr Mrs Gurmit Kaur Bachher, 1 Krishna Sadan, Sitladevi Temple Road, Mahim, Mumbai 400016|
|Maitrini Mahila Mandal||Children||13/21, Anamika apartment, 10th cross gulmohor road, JVPD Juhu, Mumbai-400049, , 205/D-42, Vandemataram C.H.S. Sec. no.-2 Charkop Kandivali (W) Mumbai-|
|Majesh Turorials Charitable Trust||Education & Literacy||11, Aashirwad, St. Pius X Colony, Nahur Road, Mulund (West), Mumbai 400080|
|Malabar Hill Citizens Forum||Art & Culture||62, PEDDAR ROAD, MUMBAI 400026|
|Malhi Cultural Academy||Art & Culture||A-201, ABROL VASTU PARK, NEAR INTERNATIONAL RYAN SCHOOL, EVERSHINE NAGAR, MALAD(WEST) MUMBAI-400064|
|Mamta Foundation||Children||A/24/95, rajawadi Colony, ghatkopar east|
|Manav Jyot Public Charitable Trust||Health & Family Welfare||MANAV JYOT PUBLIC CHARITABLE TRUST, NITYANAND BUILDING, DR. R.P. ROAD, MULUND (WEST), MUMBAI - 400080|
|Manav Kalyan Samajik Sewa Sanstha||Children||Maruti G. Kasare, C/o. Sant Nirankari Mandal, , Opp. Collector Colony, Mahul Road, Sindhi Camp, Chembur Mumbai - 400 074|
|Manav Sadhan Vikas Sanstha||Education & Literacy||Manav Sadhan Vikas Sanstha, Ground Floor, vakola Municipal High School, Near Vakola Bridge, Santacruz East|
|Manav Sahyog Welfare Association||Education & Literacy||11/13 Muni darshan , Jagdusha Nagar, Ghatkopar West, Mumbai 400086|
|Manav Sevak Educational And Medical Research Foundation||Children||8/14, Ahmad Sailor Bldg., Sadanand Jadhav Marg, Naigaum, Dadar (East), Pin Code - 400 014.|
|Manav Sevak Foundation Charitable Trust||Aged/Elderly||MANAV SFC TRUST, SHOP NO 8 B J ROAD ,PANDARE BLDG, BYCULLA WEST, MUMBAI 400011|
|Manav Seva Welfare Society||Animal Husbandry||ROOM NO.115. QURESHI NAGAR, S.V. ROAD BANDRA WEST|
|Manjil Welfare Foundation||Animal Husbandry||Flat No. 102 A Wing Block No. 7, Matoshree Nagar, K B Road, Wimco Naka, Ambernath, Thane, 421501, Maharashtra, India|
|Manthan Pratishthan||Art & Culture||C/O Ganesh Mahadeo Lingayat, Flat No.103, Shreeji Sadan CHS., S V Sohani Path, Girgaon, 400004|
|Mantra Theatre Group||Education & Literacy||401, A/B - 35, AISHWARYA BUILDING, A. K. VIDYA MARG, GOREGAON (E), MUMBAI - 400 063.|
|Manvata Sannjivan Kendra||Rural Development & Poverty Alleviation||6/1,sadguru shopping centre,nrutyanjai marg,draksh bauug,bhanndup(west),mumba-400078i|
|Maratha Mandir||Aged/Elderly||3rd Floor, Maratha Mandir, Maratha Mandir Marg, Mumbai Central, Mumbai 400008|
|Maratha Sahayyak Mandal||Education & Literacy||Dhanraj Bhavan Terrace, L. T. Road, Borivali(w), Mumbai|
|Marathi Vidnyan Parishad||Education & Literacy||Marathi Vidnyan Parishad, Vidnyan Bhavan, V.N.Purav Marg, Sion-Chunabhatti (E), Mumbai - 400 022|
|Marathwada Vividh Karyakari Sevabhavi Sanstha||Health & Family Welfare||Ashok Nagar, Hill No. 3, Behind Home Guard, Nr. Amarapali Buddha Vihar, Kurla, Mumbai 400 070|
|Markazul Maarif Education And Research Centre||Art & Culture||Mohd Burhanuddin Qasmi, Director, Markazul Maarif Education and Research Cenre, Patliputra Nagar, Oshiwara, New Link Road, Jogeshwari West, Mumabi 400|
|Marudhara Vikas Foundation||Aged/Elderly||C-18, Bharat Nagar, Opp. Shalomar Cinema, Grant Road, Mumbai - 400 007|
|Masoodiya Edu And Wel Trust||Education & Literacy||20/2 A, Sultana bad, shan Apt., behram baug, jogeshwari (West), Mumbai 400 102.|
|Mathosri Ramabai Samajik Seva Sanstha||Children||Chawl no-2 ,near Hanuman Mandir, Ooposite transit camp ,Ramabai Ambedkar Naar ,Ghatkopar East,Mumbai -400075|
|Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Education Trust||Education & Literacy||Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Education Trust, opp.Block No 5,TransitCamp,Dharavi,Mumbai400017|
|Mauli Seva Sanstha||Human Rights||1, SHARDA APARTEMENT SANMAN SINGH ROAD KEDARE CHOK, BHANDUP (W) MUMBAI-400078.|
|Maza Maharashtra Telugu Manch||Labour & Employment||MTM - MAZA MAHARASHTRA TELUGU MANCH, C-4 , Country Park , Datta Pada Road, W.E.HIGHWAY , Borivali East|
|M B Barvalia Foundation||Children||M B Barvalia Foundations Spandan Holistic Mother and Child Care Hospital Near Deonar Fire Brigade Municipal Colony Deonar Govandi|
|Media Lab Asia||Information & Communication Technology||Media Lab Asia, No. 2 Samruddhi venture park, 4th floor, Central MIDC road, Andheri(E), Mumbai- 400093|
|Medicinal Plants Conservation Centre And Trust||Agriculture||Medicinal Plants Conservation Centre and Trust , 70, 2nd Floor, LIC Building , Anandilal Poddar Marg|
|Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy Charitable Trust||Children||C/O Pipal Tree Venture Pvt Ltd, 205/206, Corporate Avenue, Sonawala Road, Goregaon(East), Mumbai-400 063|
|Men Against Violence And Abuse||Health & Family Welfare||705 Parishram Building 7th Floor Bhandar Lane Lady Jamshedji Road Mahim Mumbai 400016.|
|Mesco||Education & Literacy||110, Natalwala Building, V.S. Marg, Mahim, Mumbai-400016|
|Millat Rifaahe Aam Charitable Trust||Education & Literacy||M.R.A Charitable Trust AL-HIRA SCHOOL opp noorani masjid pathan wadi Malad (E) Mumbai 400097|
|Millat Rifahe Aam Charitable Trust||Education & Literacy||MILLAT RIFAH-E-AAM CHARITABLE TRUST Al-Hira School, Opp Noorani Masjid Pathan Wadi Malad (E) Mumba-400097|
|Mind Genius Charitable Trust||Civic Issues||Mind Genius Charitable Trust (Anant Vikas), 401, Sunshine Plaza, , Naigaon Cross Road, Dadar (E)|
|Mishrilalji Parihar Memorial Welfare Centre||Education & Literacy||48, Swastik Park, Sion Trombay Road, Chembur, Mum - 400071|
|Mkdrc||Education & Literacy||162/B, JSS ROAD, GIRGAON, MUMBAI 400004|
|Model Town Public School Education Committee||Aged/Elderly||C% Shanti Ramawatar Meena, C- 58, VSNL Staff quaters, Near Karanataka Sangh Hall, 230 Mogal Lane , Matunga (West), Mumbai -400016|
|Modern Bachelor Boys Society||Education & Literacy||Room no.G-126 Godi ki chawl, Behram Nagar, Bandra- East, Mumbai-400051|
|Mogaveera Vyavasthapaka Mandali||Aged/Elderly||Mogaveera Bhavan, Veera Desai Road, Andheri(W), Mumbai-400058|
|Mohile Parikh Center||Art & Culture||Mohile Parikh Center, Oricon House III Floor , 12 K. Dubash Marg | Kalaghoda, Mumbai 400023, , Tel: +91 22 2283 8380/81, Email: amrita.gupta@mohilepar|
|Moneylife Foundation||Education & Literacy||Moneylife Foundation, 315, 3rd Floor, Hind Service Industries Premises, Off Veer Savarkar Marg, Shivaji Park, Dadar West Mumbai 400 028|
|Monk Prayogshala||Agriculture||1103, Hillside A Wing, Raheja Vihar, Chandivali, Powai|
|Mother Teressa Computer Centre||Education & Literacy||49, Gosalia Compound, Gate No. 6, Malwani, Malad(west), Mumbai - 400095.|
|M P Charity And Sarvodaya Hospital Trust||HIV/Aids||M. P. CHARITY & SARVODAYA HOSPITAL TRUST, L.B.S. MARG, GHATKOPAR (W)., MUMBAI 400 086.|
|Mt Educare Limited||Education & Literacy||MT Educare Limited, 220 2nd Floor Neptunes Flying Colors Pandit Dayal Upadhyay Marg LBS Cross Road Mulund West Mumbai 400080|
|Multiple Sclerosis Society Of India||Differently Abled||259, SEETA SADAN, GROUND FLOOR, FLAT NO. 2, SION (WEST) MUMBAI 400 022|
|Mumbai Hindi Sabha||Education & Literacy||Laxmi Bhavan, 1st floor, N.C. Kelkar Road, Dadar (w.),Opp.Titen Showroom,Mumbai-28.|
|Mumbai Hindi Vidyapeeth||Human Rights||306/307,Udoyog Mandir - 1, Dharmveer Shambhajiraje Marg, Mahim (W), Mumbai - 400016.|
|Mumbai Hindi Vidyapeeth||Education & Literacy||306/307,Udhyog Mandir no1, Dharmaveer Sambhajiraje marg, Mahim-400 016.|
|Mumbai Prantiya Rashtrabhasha Prachar Sabha||Vocational Training||MUMBAI PRANTIYA RASHTRABHASHA PRACHAR SABHA, VITHAL SADAN,"D"BLOCK,2ND FLOOR,CONGREE HOUSE,V.P.ROAD, GRANT ROAD (EAST),MUMBAI - 400 004|
|Mumbai Safai Kamgar Vikas Sanstha||Disaster Management||Matunga Labour Camp, Chalw No.G/19, R.No.1, Mumbai - 400 019.|
|Mumbai Thalassaemic Society||Health & Family Welfare||5, ENGINEER BUILDING, ABOVE PARSI DAIRY FARM, KALBADEVI, MUMBAI 400002|
|My Home India||Children||2/47 Nityanand Nagar Sahar road Andheri East Mumbai 400069|
|Na||Biotechnology||AT PO TH SALEKASA, PIN NO 441916|
|Nagari Seva Prabhodhini||Drinking Water||NAGARI SEVA PRABHODHINI , BARRACK NO. 19, FREE PRESS JOURNAL ROAD,OPP.MANTRALAYA,MUMBAI-400 032.|
|Nagari Seva Prabodhini||Education & Literacy||Barrack No.19 Free Press Journal Road, Opp. Mantralay, Nariman Point, Mumbai-32,|
|Nagari Utkarsh Prathishthan||Children||B-26,Mulund Kunj Sarita, Indraprastha Park, 90 Feet Road, Mulund (East), Mumbai 400081.|