Rakshana Charitable Trust
Caring for the Uncared
Founded by Mrs.Kavitha Subakar in 2011, Rakshana Charitable Trust is a Registered Nonprofit Social Organization working for child development across India. Since its inception it has been working towards creating a generation of children who are not bound by the circumstances they are born into. Coming from the most desperate of situations, often with alcoholic fathers and a distressed home environment, their future looks bleak. At this organization such children are provided with education, food, shelter, love, care, and guidance in an effort to help them enjoy a happy life.
What we do ?
We Provide Children with
our mission & vision
Our vision is to provide a refuge to the orphaned, abandoned, unprivileged children. We work to provide holistic care and a support system by guiding, educating, and giving them love and care that they deserve. We act as a transition for the children to lead a life with complete social dignity and make them capable of helping the society in return. We aim at restoring the bright future and create a sustainable livelihood for the underprivileged children.
Our Mission is to provide unconditional help to the poor and needy in the society
• To feed hungry and poor daily on streets, destitute homes, orphanages, and where there are hungry stomachs
our future projects
To give training through tailoring, embroidery classes for the women and widows from below poverty level, where they will trained and to start their own tailoring shop which they can lead their life.
Home for the Needy
Home for the old age, blind, and handicapped for their needy that can get their basic requirement for living life.
Today in this world without basic knowledge of computer it’s difficult to get job, also very necessary to know in our daily life, to realize the value of education usage of advanced equipments and moral value, Hence we have planned to start computer classes for the people who are not affordable.
Providing food for the children’s who leaves in streets were they are not affordable to have three times a day.