Donations for Treating Critical Diseases | Narayan Seva Sansthan
Provide a Ray of Hope to Those in Need.
Narayan Seva Sansthan laid its foundations in the year 1985, and since then, we have been working
with the mission of “service of suffering humanity”, by raising donations for disabled people from
the underprivileged sections of society. India is a nation of over 1.3 billion people, and around 80
million of them still live below the poverty line. Many are unable to afford basic necessities in life for
sustaining themselves and do not even have access to affordable medical facilities. Narayan Seva
Sansthan is a non-governmental organisation that is dedicated to the betterment of society, with a
number of initiatives in place for the upliftment of the ones in need. For more than three decades,
we have been raising donations for the divyang, striving to provide them equal status in today’s
world, through well-planned and comprehensive programs and initiatives in health and education,
offering corrective surgeries, rehabilitation, various developmental programs, and much more. All
these services are offered to the needy free of cost, as we work every day for differently abled
individuals from the economically weaker sections of society, helping them realise their hopes and
To date, Narayan Seva Sansthan, with the help of your active donations for the disabled and the
tireless efforts of the doctors and other professionals associated with us, has helped over 4,10,000+
individuals with corrective surgeries for critical diseases.
Make a Donation for the Disabled
The foremost aim of Narayan Seva Sansthan is to create a tomorrow where disabled people are also
accepted in mainstream society. Your donations for Divyang empower us to do that.
Dangerous and life-threatening diseases like scoliosis, polio, spinal conditions, etc. require very
expensive treatments that are not affordable for a huge number of people. We, at Narayan Seva
Sansthan, work towards providing such corrective surgeries and other forms of aid to those in need,
free of charge. Through our fundraiser campaigns, we raise funds for patients suffering from such
critical diseases and utilise the donations made by our donors for helping treat these diseases. We
accept donations for the disabled for a number of initiatives that aim to provide timely help and aid
to those who need it. People willing to do their part and wanting to be a part of our mission are
welcome to make a donation online or at one of our centres.
Our Fundraising Initiatives
Narayan Seva Sansthan has 480 branches across India and 49 branches abroad from where we work
every day to help rehabilitate differently abled people from underprivileged sections. You can do
your bit too to help people with disabilities realise their hopes by making a donation for one of our
initiatives. Your donation can help those in need, from destitute families, so they can walk out of the
suffering they face and lead a normal life. Narayan Seva Sansthan not only helps with corrective
surgeries for critical diseases but also assists those in need in finding employment through skill
development initiatives, so they too can become self-dependent and can be empowered to lead a
better life. For the donors, these donations for disabled persons are not just noble; these donations
fall under Section 80G for availing income tax rebate.
How Your Donation Can Help
Join us in our mission towards creating an inclusive society where the differently abled also have
their own place in mainstream society. Even a small donation for the divyang can change a life
completely and provide the right assistance before a disease becomes life-threatening. So far, the
donations that we have received for our noble cause have helped us distribute over 2,70,000
wheelchairs, 2,90,000+ crutches, 2,60,000+ tricycles, and 1,70,000+ blankets among the needy and
underprivileged people. We have ensured that our fundraiser campaigns are convenient for donors
to contribute, as we accept donations online via debit/credit cards, internet banking, UPI,
RTGS/NEFT, etc., apart from accepting donations made in person at our centres. As mentioned prior
as well, Under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act, donations above INR 500 are tax-exempted.