Please Help Destitutes and Homeless at Sewadham,Ujjain

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Ever since 1986, Sewadham Ashram has been a home for people who were abandoned by their families or their individual societies at large.

Tireless and dedicated work done at the ashram has helped more than 5000 suffering people get a new lease of life. That’s not all; nearly 2000 people were rehabilitated and the last rites of more than 1500 people were carried out according to their individual religious belief systems.

Currently SA provides shelter and loving care for more than 450 inmates, young and old. Its humanitarian efforts provided vision to 500 people through eye donations: organized around 200 eye and health camps benefiting over 2 lakh people. It has donated more than 150 cadavers to medical colleges

Sewadham social workers served over 13 months at the devastating 2001 earth quake affected Kutch and Bhuj regions in Gujarat, which was appreciated by Hon. Narendra Modi, then Chief Minister (Gujarat) and the present Prime Minister of India.

At present more than 50 workers (paid and voluntary) are rendering services to inmates who include old parents (abandoned by their own children) and other young and old, mentally and physically challenged people, orphaned children, leprosy affected people, paralyses, Polio/Cancer/T.B./HIV/AIDS victims, pregnant and unwed mothers among scores of others.

To help Sewadham as a Volunteer or Donor, go to :
http://www.sewadhamashram-ujjain.org/index.php/donate-us

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