Amazing outreach with the work they do. Eyesight and basic health can cause so much damage to a family. Share your care hit the nail right in the head.
Like some of my friends i too believed in charity.A lot of time in our hectic schedule we just figure out the cause, make some donation and move on.But I can say for sure anyone who gets even a moments association with anyone of those involved here will be overwhelmed with the sincerity and dediation exhorted.There is so much genuine concern and care that the whole experience is beautiful and inspiring.By associating or rendering any kind of service here one is definitely assured of high level of satisfaction and joy.
I HAVE NEVER SEEN SUCH A NICE PLACE IT IS MORE OF A TEMPLE THAN A HOSPITAL .PEOPLE ARE ABSOLUTELY SO CARING AND NICE ....IN SHORT I FELT MORE AT HOME THAN MY HOME
Nowadyas generally the doctors & hospitals make you go through unnecessary treatments & diagnosis with a view to make bigger profits. But Bhaktivedanta Hospital's "Share your care" non-profit organization stands out as a shining example of how to provide holistic healthcare to the general masses with a very humane touch. Other medical institutions have become mere commercial centers of financial exploitation, but "Share your care" truly treats our physical ailments and at the same time provides the much needed spiritual healing as well. I once went to Bhaktivedanta Hospital for a minor surgery to remove a thorn which had got embedded deep inside the sole of my right leg. Vaishnava Seva Prabhu performed the surgery very skillfully & didn't even charge me his professional fees for the same! Even the nurses & other administrative staff were very polite & helpful. The ambience inside the hospital was also so serene & peaceful with a touch of spirituality to it.
I love the fact that they combine spirituality with health! A total holistic approach.. mind, body, spirit. Amol seems like a very genuine and caring person to lead the team. The cause is definitely needed and is the calling of today. I am going to do all I can to get my organisation to volunteer with time and funds.
I am a donor and in the past before moving to US have volunteered also in their annual Eye camp at Barsana. They are outright outstanding and exceptional. The concept on which they operate itself is rare even in todays world of charity where most of it is done for personal self aggrandizement. The people who serve in this organizations have been serving for years. That is what impresses me most. They have consistent crowd of volunteers whose commitment has only increased just by their past experience of serving. This makes the whole offering of charity complete. This charity is not based on pity towards the needy since the person giving charity still maintains a superior position. But here the charity is based on Compassion of the self in which the worker wants to render humble menial service to all. The results are outstanding too. Every year the number of operations just increase and they are still able to maintain that person touch which is so rare especially when the size of operations increase.
I have served with Share your Care several times. They are the most caring people that i have seen. Like family. Their dedication is impressive.
When I first learned of Share Your Care, I was immediately moved by the work and the dedication of the organization. Extreme poverty or lack of resources shouldn't deprive a human being of sight.
They are one of the best non-profits I have come across. The dedication of the people volunteering is unmatched. The kind of service they provide and how they treat the poorest of the poor who for mere pennies will remain blind for life. The love and care they provide these poor people by serving them with love, dedication and food and clothing is unseen and unheard of in todays world. The richest of the doctors from various countries come and serve there for the love of giving with no motives for name and fame or publicity. I would recommend anyone to support them without thinking where every penny of what you give is going because it is going to the ones you want to help without a doubt. I hope to some day dedicate my full time efforts to working with them in serving the humanity, selflessly.