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About us - Netranjali Foundation Trust

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Netranjali Foundation Trust is a non-governmental organization tirelessly working to create a better life for the visually impaired.

Since our inception, we have set up multiple health camps and workshops to provide aid, and professional prognosis and spread awareness about visual impairment and related ailments amongst the economically weaker sections of society.

Netranjali Foundation Trust is certified by NGO Darpan with registration number 2011

Netranjali Foundation Trust is pleased to announce that we are now registered for Tax Exemption under Section 12AB and 80G of the Income Tax Act. Any donations received are tax-free for the donor, making it easier and more beneficial to support our cause. Your contributions help us continue our mission to assist those in need, and now, they come with added financial benefits for you. Thank you for your continued support!

Our Mission

At Netranjali we aspire to create a society where no one is deprived of the joy of experiencing the world with their own eyes. We are constantly working to make healthcare, preventative medication and basic knowledge about visual impairment and other ailments easily accessible to everyone, irrespective of their economic status. 

We strive to embody the sentiment of empathy and willingness to aid the other in times of need in each individual. A society where everyone believes that the basic attribute of being human is to look after one another.

Join us

We believe that collective effort can create a significant impact on society. With this goal in mind our team of experts are committed to deliver unwavering support and care to anyone in need. If you are also an advocate for disability rights, we are standing behind you. 

We encourage you to contact us without hesitation for any assistance or support you may need. You can also contribute to our initiative by taking part in our educational initiatives which include workshops, seminars, and outreach programs or donate to our relief fund for the visually impaired.

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