Srimati Mona Chandravati Gupta, founded Nari Sewa Samiti in 1936 with a vision: to empower women and children, paving the way for a brighter future in India. This vision continues to burn brightly, guiding our work each day as we strive to make her dream a reality.
Through various projects underway, we're empowering women and children in tangible ways:
- Nari Shiksha Niketan: Providing girls with a nurturing environment for academic excellence and holistic development.
- Project Unnati: Equipping women with in-demand skills like computer training, beauty culture, and fashion design, leading to employment opportunities and self-reliance.
- Nari Kala Mandir Training Centre: Offering one- and two-year tailoring and allied craft courses, enabling financial independence and preserving traditional skills.
- Family Counselling Centres: Strengthening family life, safeguarding women's interests, and providing crucial support through counselling, legal aid, and awareness programs.
These are just a few examples of how Nari Sewa Samiti is impacting lives. But to continue and expand our reach, we need your support. We invite companies and charitable organizations to join us in this mission by:
- Corporate sponsorships: Partner with us to sponsor specific projects or provide ongoing financial support.
- Volunteer opportunities: Share your skills and time to mentor students, provide technical training, or support administrative tasks.
- In-kind donations: Donate materials, equipment, or technology to empower our programs and beneficiaries.
- Spread the word: Raise awareness about our work and encourage others to get involved.
Together, we can create a ripple effect of positive change, empowering women and children to break free from limitations and become agents of their own destinies. Let's join hands and build a brighter future, one where every woman and child has the opportunity to reach their full potential.
The Founder's Representative, Nari Sewa Samiti