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About Us

Salvation is a non-governmental, non- profit voluntary and charitable organization with its registered office in New Delhi and its centre of activities are Delhi and rural areas of the state of Bihar, India. It was registered on 30 December, 2005, as an Educational, Social and Cultural   Society under the Societies registration Act, 1860 with Government of NCT of Delhi. Our Organization has Charitable Status U/S 12A (Income Tax Act), It has Income Tax Exemption U/S 80G. It is also registered under Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) and Portal on Government of India, Planning Commission.

Committed young social workers, Human Rights activists, career counselors, volunteers and eminent scholars have been actively associated with Salvation for last several years.

The society mainly focuses on the deprived children, orphans and women, person with disabilities, unemployed and minorities. Salvation is specially committed to ceaselessly working towards raising literacy level in its overall bid to safeguard the interests of the illiterates and down-trodden people by helping them realize their potential.

The organization has been actively engaged in dealing with social, cultural and educational issues such as poverty alleviation, rural development, community health, creating awareness about HIV and AIDS related issues. The Society offers scholarship to students belonging to weaker section of the society, minorities and OBCs. Despite of fund restraint, we contribute to our potential towards employment generation, formal and non-Formal Education, development of youth, women, children and the welfare of the minorities. Women constitute a large percentage of the most deprived and exploited section of Indian society. The organization give importance to programmes related to women empowerment. Also our organization organize state and national level seminar on cultural, social and Educational issues.

 
 
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