The JK Mangali Wala Charitable Trust was founded to benefit community development, youth educational programs and under-privileged children and their families. The JK Mangali Wala Charitable Trust is a humanitarian organization that is dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.
- • JK Mangali Wala Charitable Trust provides the necessary supplements and food to poorer families and malnourished little children.
- • JK Mangali Wala Charitable Trust supplies educational material to poorer pupils in various villages and local communities across India.
- • JK Mangali Wala Charitable Trust provides comprehensive medical assistance and sanitary care to those in need.
- • JK Mangali Wala Charitable Trust provides an Ambulance and Rescue Service for the local population.
• JK Mangali Wala Charitable Trust currently provides relief materials in the form of garments and blankets to poorer patients from the various programs, including the village schools.
The ability to access basic services such as health and education is essential to the well-being of adults and children, and to human development. JK Mangali Wala Charitable Trust pushes to secure adequate financial flows to sustain basic services for poor people.
In order to achieve its objectives, JK Mangali Wala Charitable Trust is:
- • Running humanitarian centers, shelter homes, orphanages, schools, hostels and child care centers in various parts of the country. Certain fundamental needs such as food, shelter, clothing, healthcare and education at such facilities will be entirely taken of care by JK Mangali Wala Charitable Trust.
- • Launching special initiatives and projects for underprivileged Children, orphans and displaced children from the poor and scheduled castes' families.
- • Providing educational support and scholarships to those children who live with their families but lack financial resources for their education.
- • Launching awareness campaigns to educate the parents of poor children.
- • Working closely with government and private schools to create better opportunities for the children.
- • Participating in researches and surveys to find out the root causes of children's plight in India.
- • Lobbying with the government and other related agencies for child rights in India.