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Help building a Hostel for Blind students of Snehadeep Trust

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Snehadeep Trust for the Disabled was established in 1999 by three highly motivated graduates, all visually impaired, who had a strong desire to help people with disabilities experience the life opportunities for which they had to fight so hard to obtain.

The principal goals of Snehadeep are to provide accommodation, education, training and assistance with personal development to both the visually impaired and physically challenged. In recent years, the organization has grown and now extends its activities to shelter not only those with physical disability but also children from economically disadvantaged backgrounds.

After a long struggle of 8 years with BDA , Snehadeep is allotted with a CA site measuring 6240 sq mtr costing Rs. 5 crore. We need to construct the building with barrier free environment , access to persons with disabilities . The cost of the construction is likely to be around Rs. 7 crore.


Snehadeep is Immediately searching for a hostel come training center in and around cox town and we have found one at Charles Campbell Road costing Rs. 6 crores which can house 120 students with adequate training facilities closer to the bus stop. We request all our donors with folded hands to please come forward in donating whatever amount possible and take tax exemption. People in America and UK can also donate to Snehadeep through globalgiving and Give India (UK).

We thank you for your noble gesture Please visit  Snehadeep Website for more details.

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Rs.101 raised

Goal: Rs.10,000,000

Beneficiary: Snehadeep Trust... info_outline
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Girija donated Rs.101

I have done my duty!!! please do yours to blind students.