Aaryan Foundation EYE DONATION campaign in association with Drishti Foundation for Sri Cowdaiyah Disabled Children and Oldage home bangalore where today 4/12/12 Aaryan Foundation with its 51 staff members, their family and friends made eye donation and promised to enlighten the world of atleast 51 lives..and determined to enlighten and see the show the world to many more lives by God will..Represented by its COO Ayesha Amaan and team
It was a grt feeling and big day for Aaryan Foundation when we got surprise call from M.P.Govt and Chitransh Jan Kalyan Samiti run by many socialists wid support of govt just 2 days before Eid at Ujjain.they called us for fecilitation towards our contribution to the society.
August 15th Celebration from Aaryan Foundation team.
Mahesh Foundation provides nutrition support for 150+ CLHIV in Belgaum district that adds up to 40% of total CLHIV in whole Belgaum district. The instances say that two CLHIV children on an average are dead because of non availability of proper nutrition food, as it is non practical to shelter all 1600+ children AADHAR is trying to at least supply nutrition food to CLHIV so that it helps to keep them alive.
MISSION ZINDAGI..Starts from 10th JUNE 2012.kindly join hands with us..."Saving a child from death is giving new life to that child". Saying is easier than getting this done in real world. We at Aaryan foundation working with a great vision to save HIV infected children's from getting affected with the normal life and extend the life span of a child by providing healthy nutritious food and medicines and continuous monitoring on the health status."Apart from basic needs we AARYANS are determined to offer respect, dignity and a sense of belonging to people who are most in need, , helping people find strength in the face of an illness which does not have a cure. We help relieve human suffering, restore health and renew hope. The fact is HIV treatment makes possible a near normal life span if treated well.
A Charity Show organized by Aaryan Foundation to raise the fund for various charitable activities...
Aaryan Foundation celebrated Republic Day at Govt.Higher/ Primary School in Hegada Halli village with 105 children on the beautiful morning of 26th Jan 2012. We also provided books, pencils, pencil boxes and other stationary to the children. We strive to move forward with our miniature contributions.
Aaryan Foundation has successfully stepped on to 2012, a year we dream about with new hopes and fresh expectations. We welcomed the new year on 31st Jan 2011 with a bunch of under privileged government school children. It was a day filled with fun and joy, laughter and appreciation. Each step we take forward to a new beginning keeps the inspiration amongst us booming high for doing more.
Aaryan Foundation spent few happy hours with children of God, children of slum. We adopted 6 children for their education and spread laughter as the permanent abode on their faces. Each moment spent was memorable and heart touching which makes Aaryan Foundation proud of their vision.
Aaryans prays to win a heart in the heart of Meenakshi Sharma, a 14 yr old daughter of Hardev Sharma and Chanchala Sharma of Nowshera distt Rajauri, Jammu & Kashmir who was diagnosed with severe cardio myopathy through an open heart valve replacement surgery, costing around 6-8 lakhs. In this poor ambience, Aaryan Foundation tries to show and catch an open and heartfelt concern to carry out her surgery here in Bangalore with the helping hands of Shahid Iqbal Chaudhary on 13th October 2011.
On 11th September 2011, Aaryan Foundation stretched out help and aid for the lifetime adoption of 40 old age people. We realize the fact that nothing is permanent in the world and one day old age will welcome us too. They may be weak and frail, but they too contribute immensely to the growth of society. We at Aaryans finds it our social responsibility to understand, support and take care of them.
One & half year old Hemanth with a severe hole in heart, was helped to come over his situation through a heart surgery on 22 August 2011 at Jayadeva Hospital Bangalore through funds raised by Aaryan Foundation and wholehearted help from Devraj.
Our small help may not change the feeble up, but extending hands of hope creates a delight. Aaryan Foundation adopted one rural village primary school of 30 under privileged and poor children for their education in terms of fees, uniforms, health check up, study materials etc, till 12th std.
On 15th August 2011, Aaryan Foundation kept a new step ahead in the social scenario adopting 36 orphan children of Smt. Lakshmamma Orphanage, Chikaballapur. Through this attempt we may not be able to make everyone happy, but at least a few smiles make us happy.