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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Children & Youth, Youth Development Programs

Mission: Dishaa is Sanskrit means direction/path. Through Dishaa, we hope to give a sense of direction to the lives of the thousands of young children from lower strata of the society. We strongly believe that educating an individual in the family leads to social and economic upliftment of the family. By taking care of individual families, we hope to raise the social and economic status of our society. We at Dishaa also hope to constantly identify institutions engaged in providing sustainable education or technical training to the mentally and physically challenged. We hope to support these institutions financially and help them succeed in their endeavors.

Results: 1.Sponsored 390 students with primary and high school education. 2.Sponsored 11 students for undergraduate programs. 3.Support 120+ kids in 3 different schools for the mentally and physically challenged

Direct beneficiaries per year: 200+

Geographic areas served: India

Programs: Paid 80+ scholarships to school and undergraduate students.

support schools for the physically and mentally challenged.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Dishaa is a great organization aimed to promote a great cause in India. Dishaa supports a mulittude of smaller organizations and one pirticularly close to my heart called Gnyan Prabodh. The best thing about DISHAA is that they are very transparent about the funds collected and used ,and that makes many donators feel at ease and asures them that their money has been put to use for a good cause.Their communication schedule is very regular and clear. They have choosen to help a very needy cause and I honour the sincerity and integrity of DISHAA's leaders.

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Donor

Rating: 5

Dishaa is performing commendable work by assisting various schools for special needs children in India, and also by providing scholarships to deserving students to pursue higher education.