When you make a donation at Tare Zameen Foundation, you’re not just empowering and supporting underprivileged children and women but also elevating yourself mentally andspiritually.As lord buddha once said that, “before giving, the mind of the giver is happy; while giving, the mind of the giver is made peaceful; and having given, the mind of… Continue reading Benefits of donations
No matter what your age is, no matter if you work or are a student,anyone can donate. Of course, as a student large amounts of donationsare impossible, but if you really want to donate and helpTare ZameenNGO make the lifestyle of the underprivileged better no amount isless. From 10 rupees to 10,000 everything counts, every… Continue reading I AM A STUDENT CAN I DONATE?
As simply as we can put it, anyone from across the nation/world can donate to TareZameen Foundation (NGO) regardless of your gender, caste, sex, class, religion, country, the state you belong, we accept donations from every kind soul who is willing to offer us charity with gratitude. People generally have a perspective that only rich… Continue reading Who all can donate?
“Gentleness, self-sacrifice, and generosity are the exclusive possession of no one race
Tare Zameen Foundation is a non-profit organization registered in 2018 and based in New Delhi, India. As an organization, one of our main aims is to contribute to eliminating prejudice and intolerance from society. We focus on creating an environment where everyhuman gets their rights fulfilled and one does not have to struggle for their… Continue reading Tare Zameen foundation mind behind the creation
It is sad but true that currently approximately ⅔ of India’sPopulation is below poverty line and this excludes themfrom all the basic necessities which involve proper food,shelter, education and employment Tare Zameen Foundation TransparencyWe at Tare Zameen Foundation work together to give helpto healthcare facilities, education, sanitary hygiene,menstrual hygiene and equal employment opportunities towomen, underprivileged… Continue reading We Raise Our Voice, Not To Shout, But For Those Without A
Voice Can Be Heard
Kiran Bedi is the first Indian Female IPS officer. Let us have alook at her success story.Kiran Bedi was born on 9th June in 1949 in Amritsar Punjab.She was one amongst the 4 sisters. Her father worked in thefamily textile business. She and her sisters were sent to aConvent school for better education. Always a… Continue reading Success story Of India’s First Female IPS Officer Kiran Bedi
SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WOMEN AT WORKPLACE Sexual Harassment is one of the major social issues that are plaguing our country. It is a violation of women’s rights and an infringement of their status of liberty. It is one of the key factors that discourage women from working in office environments and is detrimental to the… Continue reading SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WOMEN AT WORKPLACE
Reservation is a kind of affirmative action taken up by the Indian state to uplift the marginalized and historically disadvantaged sections of the country. It is seen in many sectors of including those of education, employment, and political participation. Stated in Articles 15 and 16 of the Indian Constitution, the system of reservation is meant… Continue reading RESERVATION IN INDIA: PROS AND CONS