Founded in 2014 from a modest background, Aspire and Glee had the notion to work at the grassroot level, bringing up the best possible outcome in sustainable livelihood for the underprivileged and underdeveloped ranks of the society. Our organization started its journey with the project of helping cancer fighting minors of Saroj Mohan Cancer Hospital, Thakurpukur, Kolkata meeting the expenses for their treatment. The organization is registered under West Bengal Registration Act, 1961 with registration number: ‘3/2D/24337 of 2014-15’.
We have a dedicated group of volunteers through which we collect primary information about communities and their needs, we have been able to conduct free medical checkups and medicine distribution, sponsor education of needy fellows and carry out reconstruction of homes which were washed off in floods. We have helped critical patients in their surgery, we have stood by cancer patients for their treatment. Since the time the coronavirus pandemic broke out, our work has been extensively focussed on benefitting the helpless people stranded in grave crisis.
We organized hunger drives, community kitchens, helped sick people with financial support. After the huge cyclone that lashed into the Southern states of Bengal, we put up all our efforts in reaching out to the local people who were stuck in the islands of Sunderbans, providing basic necessities like clothes, nutrition and sanitation and helping reconstruction of houses and living spaces.
After a year-long effort, the second wave of coronavirus pandemic has struck us again. The entire country has its medical system on high stress. While the entire country is thriving for medical oxygen supply, Aspire and Glee made a humble start to provide free oxygen
for people who need medical oxygen support. We reached out to collaborate with Prameya Foundation
, Echoes Project
and Probashe Bangali Adda for setting up oxygen parlour, named Oxyzone
, in the city of Kolkata. We have opened our branch in Jadavpur
area where there are 3 cylinders at this moment.
Unfortunately like last year's Amphan, Yaas had badly hit Southern bengal, a lot of families are homeless, their livelihood is at stake as land is submerged under water. We will reach out with ration kits, Tarpaulin and all that is needed like last year. But this wont be possible without your active support.
Our ongoing projects are aligned to get the best possible results with continuous monitoring of activities while ensuring least amount of health risk to our volunteers and co-workers.
Your Donations will help us reach the broader social objective while we also keep running the Free Oxygen Initiative, thus helping hundreds of families survive this Covid 19 pandemic.