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Help Train Teachers For Educating Autistic Children
of Rs.50,000
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    Created by

    Bhawana Kerkar
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Umang Charitable Trust

    from Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra


Umang’ is engaged in a social task since June 2000, for rendering services to the Autistics and Slow Learner Children and as the years are passing the number of children in need of these services are persistently increasing. It has become a passion for us to help these children. The results are encouraging.
Umang Centre for Autistics and Slow Learners was formed on 4 June,2000 in Mumbai, India. Umang is a non-government, not for profit, registered charitable trust formed with an objective of providing education and therapy to children with autistic disorder and slow learners. The Trust helps children with special needs and was started with a view to help the Autistics or Slow Learners, who are in need of multiple therapies but cannot afford it for an extended duration.
Ms. Bhawna Kerkar, a Clinical Psychologist (and founder Trustee of Umang), initially started off by providing therapy to a few children at her own premises. Umang school for Autistics and Slow Learners was started in 2005 at Mahavir Nagar, Kandivali. Umang School is equipped with the latest equipments and trained therapist to provide quality education and therapy to children. Hundreds of children and their families have greatly benefited from the services provided by this Trust since its inception.
Umang was founded with the belief that financial constraints should not prevent any child with special needs from receiving therapy and quality education. As Umang as expanded ,we would utilize these funds for training the teachers to meet the demands....

  • We aim to provide vocational guidance with an inbuilt vocational centre
  • To develop as a teacher training centre.  
You can donate as per your wish or sponsor our activities. The main requirement will be affection towards these children and an urge to participate in this noble cause.

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