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.
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.
This is my favorite charity. There are many reasons I love this charity - * Lowest cost of administration. * Great Results * Needy People love it and they have no other choice. * Would a great service. Envision giving eyes to someone. * Most important: They send me absolutely potent blessings.
Share your Care - provides health care & spiritual care to the urban as well as the remote parts of India. Uttar Pradesh is India's most populated yet backward state. Each year SYC collects the best eye doctors from around the world and provides non-stop surgery, medicines, food and the much love needed to cure many eye related problems In Mumbai - the commercial capital of India, SYC supports and helps to run the multi-bed Bhaktivedanta Hospital Many other projects under SYC are a hospice, community health centre, eye camps. I have personal interaction with the people involved with SYC and can vouch for their hard work, sincerity and selflessness for the greater cause of human upliftment.
This organization goes above and beyond just helping people in need. It also supports the spiritual uplifting of individuals. There are many organization with worthy efforts but very few with a combined goal of providing material and spiritual help/health together.