Relief India trust: the humanity savior


Nonprofit Organizations are those associations of actual humans who always thrive to serve that race of human kind who is deprived of many things. Their constant efforts have made this world more beautiful to live in. They not only take care of humanity but some of them are working towards the betterment of our environment which has been degraded since the evolution of mankind. NGOs consider that helping out the unprivileged and vulnerable people is the motive of their existence which is a selfless act and that is why they are called the “Non-profit” organizations as they don’t derive any profit out of it apart from sheer happiness.
NGOs like Relief India Trust are proceeding in the direction of supplying happiness to those, who try to find it even in minute things. They not only provide the goods and services but also make a promise of such a society where everything is equally distributed and everyone is taken into account as equal. Major contributions of these organizations will be considered over here which they have done for the society’s underprivileged. The outstanding achievements of the mentioned NGO are as follows:
Upgrade the poor community
NGOs like Relief India Trust organize social gatherings and celebrations for poor people from time to time to make them feel that they are also an essential part of the society. These small things bring smile not only to their face but also to the volunteers’. That is something which makes them feel worth living for. The birthday celebrations which they organize are one of a kind that the children are unable to forget for the rest of their lives.
Ray of hope for dispossessed
These NGOs provide basic necessities whatever is necessary for human survival like food, shelter and others to homeless children who are not aware of their basic human rights. These NGOs take the responsibility upon themselves to enrich the lives of these children and provide them with a standard quality life by educating, teaching manners and nurturing their lives. Relief India Trust is also a part of these initiatives which provide not only cover over the head but also the surety of living in a secured environment along with it.
Education promotion in remote areas
As we know that education is a basic human right of anybody; be it younger or elder, it is everybody’s requirement. Many NGOs are working in this direction by doing the promotion of education in the sticks where uneducated people are exploited to the limits. These organizations have provided children of these far-flung areas with appropriate facilities that enable them to continue their studies crossing all the barriers. Relief India Trust has helped these children with other educational facilities and material that has smoothen their process of learning along with creating constant awareness and importance of education in these areas which it RIT’s own approach.
In the light of above mentioned contributions of these NGOs, we can say that these organizations play an important role in the making of this society worth living. These organizations are leading in breaking the vicious circle of poverty and backwardness which seems never ending due to the lack of resources, which these NGOs provide to needy people and help them so that they can overcome their existing existence. It is hoped that after reading this article you would like to be a part of such organization where you can contribute in the making of humankind. So come forward and spread the happiness!


12 thoughts on “Relief India trust: the humanity savior”

  1. I came across various people who had worked/had been working with Relied India Trust. At first, I found the organisation interesting and a good NGO working to serve the society. Their team is doing their best and much better than the society. I would recommend people to go and see the children benefitting from RIT.


  2. Great work by relief india trust. I really appreciate the compaign held by them. Now, no children deprived from education because of hunger. Plz donate as much as possible for the poor kids.


  3. Releif india trust is a revolutionary organization that has not been just educating under-privileged children but has also been working to spread it’s message to sensitize the society. Hats of to you! With people like you working relentlessly, we will one day surely realize our dreams of no child illiterate. 🙂


  4. I salute to the non profit organizations who organize social gatherings and celebrations for poor people from time to time to make them feel that they are also an essential part of the society.
    Humanity is what these people are doing for the poor and disabled people.


  5. I think some NGOs are working really hard for upliftment of poor people. My dad told me that one of his friends is associated with RIT and they all are working for poor class.


  6. Education is fundamental right of every citizen, whether rich or poor, whether young or old. NGOs working for providing education to each and every person, are doing a great job. I wish all the very best to such NGOs.


  7. Some of these NGOs are really genuine and working hard for the humanity. NGOs are non profitable organizations, so they should keep up the spirit of humanity and should focus on how to improve poor’s life.


  8. Saving someone’s life is the greatest deed in this world. Relief India Trust is doing such a great job by supporting and saving poor kid’s life.


    1. You are correct Akshat Gohat. Saving anyone’s life is the greatest achievement in life. I think we all should support these people.


  9. Hi,
    My sister in-law is working with the Relief India Trust from past 6 months. She told me about how they celebrated the birthday of an orphan girl, who doesn’t even know her date of birth. She was very poor and used to live on roads. Now, she is living in RIT premises only and is happy to get RIT family.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s