Relief India Trust

Relief India Trust
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Relief India Trust is a non-governmental organization working to reduce the incidence of disability and facilitate medical care for abandoned and lesser-privileged children.Community participation, education, protection and promotion of environment, and building of human capital are central to the activities of the organisation. The trust is based in Noida, India, and is registered under the Indian Trusts Act 1882. It is a self-equipped rehabilitation center which attempts to minimize the suffering of the disabled by providing them free medical and rehabilitative care so that they can lead better lives. The trust conducts various community-based activities such as health camp, disability check–up camps, blood donation camps, organ donation camps, and food and clothes distribution camps at its center and other places

Characteristics

The organization works from grass-root level and then gradually going up to address other groups who will be the beneficiary in the project.

Free pick –up and drop facility is provided to patients and disabled children to Delhi and National Capital Region (India).

Relief India Trust possesses highly qualified, experienced and Medical Professionals, like Health Administrators, Medical Consultants, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist, Special Educators, Psychologist, Educationists, Social Workers, MBA Personnel, Law graduates etc. who dedicate themselves towards the objectives of the organization and project.

Relief India Trust has strong network with the local administration and other NGO (Non-governmental organization) and government or semi-government organizations.

Relief India Trust
Registered Office :
Plot No. Z-148, Near Khera Gas Agency,
KH. NO. 28/1, Ground Floor,
Prem Nagar, Phase-IV, Block-Z, Delhi

Functional Office :
D-22, Sector 3
Noida – Uttar Pradesh
Speak to Doctor:- +(91)-(120)-4258313
Speak to a Volunteer:- (Toll free)-18001031777,+(91)-9810102897
Email: enquiry@reliefindiatrust.org / contact@reliefindiatrust.org

Website- http://www.reliefindiatrust.org/

source- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relief_India_Trust

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42 thoughts on “Relief India Trust”

  1. Relief India trust is really a very good organization, even when I was in the school. We had various social activities. Full supports for relief India trust. Thanks for sharing the great contribution to India. You guys doing very outstanding work for needful peoples… I want to join you can someone please tell me the procedure???

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  2. Relief india trus is One of the best trust that is helping the needful people. Please join this trust it won’t take anything from you but provide a better life to the poor people. So let’s come and join hands with this trust. I request to all please do some work in favor of humanity…

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  3. Every year Dengue outbreak takes place and yet the government and people are unable to do something about it. This is a serious issue. Another kid has died of this disease and a major reason for this is that she contracted the disease from the open drains in her colony. Now isn’t this the job of civic authorities that such open drains are taken care of? Insane! Dengue isn’t as harmless as common cold. I am glad this NGO Relief India Trust has taken efforts to spread awareness about Dengue and how to safeguard against it. This is extremely needful. Taking care of the basics go a long way. Let us all fight together against dengue.

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    1. Delhi Police have launched a special campaign of blood donation DAAN (Donation and Awareness for Needy) in view of the rising number of dengue cases in the city and increased demand for blood platelets.

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    2. Now no one seems to be blaming Kejriwal – he himself is quiet – maybe thinking how to blame Mr Modi for dengue. Maybe he is trying to establish that dengue mosquitoes are RSS members

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  4. Relief India trust is a NGO for children. Apart from serving the children, it monitors the activities of India and keeps action on it. Recently, the life killing dengue has engulfed many lives. Considering this matter, RIT has taken precautionary steps to save children from dengue. RIT has also listed the names of hospitals that are good in treating dengue. I must say Relief India trust initiative towards society will definitely bring a change in current scenario.

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  5. NGOs like Relief India Trust are doing an outstanding work by reducing the incidence of disability and facilitate medical care for abandoned and lesser-privileged children.

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  6. Relief India Trust is an NGO which is working for the welfare of poor, under privileged and disabled kids. They support their education, fooding and shelter.

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  7. Guys, I know people who are associated with this NGO and they all have words of praise. Not only Relief India Trust provides medical help to underprivileged kids, but also provides them with education and a dignified life.These kids will be representing India in a few years…we must care for them right now. Education is the single most potent factor that can help people make lives better.

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  8. I am grateful I had the opportunity to have good education but I also know there are many who long for education. Relief India Trust is doing a commendable job by providing education.
    I have known people who have been associated with this NGO from years. I have witnessed the efforts Relief India Trust puts in helping poor people. It requires a great deal of selflessness to serve people. Very few stay true to this purpose. Thankfully RIT is one of those NGOs. They run a training centre for educating underprivileged kids. And provide them with better life. This is life changing. These kids will make great progress in future.

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  9. Relief India Trust has been doing a good job. They help poor and underprivileged children. This is a great initiative. The children are provided education, better place of living. Kids also get medical treatments. No doubt such NGOs serve the society in the most honest way. I have heard they celebrate festivals among the underprivileged children. Spreading happiness is the best way to serve humanity. And when you work towards making children happy, it is even better. I think we all should help such NGOs in their efforts. It is our responsibility to help the needy.

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  10. Working towards the betterment of children is a great cause. Education is one field which can transform lives. It is the ticket to a better life. I am happy this NGO is providing education to the kids. This way, they are shaping up a better life for the kids. These underprivileged kids have an equal right to dream big. Through the efforts of such NGOs, the kids are in a better position to chase the dreams. I would surely love to be associated with Relief India Trust…whatever little contribution I can make, I will be happy with it. These guys have a big heart. They are keeping the humanity alive.

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  11. Make someone smile and you will be at peace. The world is worsening day by day. This is such a chaos. Human life has lost its value. We care about no one else. Selfishness is breeding in each one of us. Relief India Trust and such NGOs are working hard to restore the faith in humanity. We must support them. Taking care of disabled children is a commendable effort. The plight of a child should never go unnoticed. Innocence of a child is something the world needs. It is remarkable how a child’s smile can lighten up our heart. They need us as much as we will need them tomorrow.

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  12. There are many children who are born with deformities or develop a disease in early stages of their lives…it is extremely sad when these children cannot afford treatment from doctors. This makes them suffer. But there are a few NGOs like Relief India Trust who help getting these disabled kids treated. Children are the future. They deserve proper care and nourishment and emotional support. We must tell them how important they are for the society. Education..shelter and education..these are the basics which every child deserves. If you and I are fit enough, we must thank god by helping others who aren’t as fortunate as we are.

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  13. Did I just read that they treat physically disabled kids? That’s simply amazing. No match. If this is what this NGO is doing then it is one of the best NGOs in the country. Treating the kids and giving them a better life, this is as noble as it can get. This NGO has restored my faith in humanity. I extend my congratulations to this NGO for their work. Medical treatment would have been a luxury these kids cannot afford. But now even they can have a better life. These efforts are better than any other religious practice. Serve humanity and you will be earning a good fortune.

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  14. I think this NGO is doing brilliant job. They work for disabled and poor people. They are offering free pickup and drop service to the patients.

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  15. Relief India Trust is a very highlighted NGO. They are very famous but yet down to earth. They are working really sincerely for poor kids. I’ll surely join this NGO during my summer internship next year.

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  16. My mother is working with this NGO. She told me how they take care of each and every kids of their NGO. They work really hard to bring smile on children’s face. Kindly support such an NGO.

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  17. Relief India Trust is a very nice NGO. One of my friends worked there voluntarily and he was very happy that he was a part of such a social issue. I will also surely work with RIT soon.

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  18. My neighbor is voluntarily working for Relief India Trust. She told me how they manage to cure for HIV/AIDS victims and them with free medications. These people are doing a great job. I also want to join them as soon as possible.

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  19. Relief India Trust is an NGO which has alot of success stories in such a short time. Cheers to their caliber and hard work. We should also be a part of such a noble cause.

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  20. Relief India Trust is working really hard for poor and needy people. I’ve visited their website. These people have soo many success stories. Congratulations and keep up the good work!

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  21. People of Relief Indian Trust is working really hard for the benefit of poor kids. they provide free medicines and care for HIV/AIDS victims. Also, they provide food and shelter to needy people.

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  22. This NGO is renowned for its best facilities. I’ve personally visited this few days back. what I saw there was an incredible thing. HIV/AIDS people seriously get care and proper medications there.

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  23. These people are so down to earth that every month they celebrate birthdays of poor disabled children to show them their importance in family,friends,society and make them proud. The donor of such a cause can take direct participation to give them happiness. This shows true humanity.

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  24. This NGO is really nice. They provide free medication to poor and needy children. Not only this, this NGO also works for distributing free blankets, clothes and food for free of cost.

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  25. Relief India Trust helps and support HIV/AIDS epidemic. They provide technical and managerial assistance to government, NGOs and private sector agencies. They design, manage and evaluate comprehensive HIV prevention, care and support programs for less-privileged kids.
    They distribute medicine to children and poor in the villages where they have their own medicine relief programs. Also, they provide free medicines and vaccination to poor!

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  26. Great help to all the people, literally you had provided very important info via this site, it ll definitely gonna help more n more no. Of peoples. I had went for social work at relief india trust, and it is also good and working very fine for betterment of the society. Thanks again. I would recommend this site to other people also, i could be a lil help frm my side. Thanks

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