Why Join SLDF

Why Join Shubh Lagan Divyang Foundation

Since SLDF is incorporated without a profit motive and licensed under section 12A & 80G in India. It is formed to promote some defined purpose having in view, generally for social welfare activities and translate the purposes in the mind of Directors into a living and active principle.

All these money is used, only for charitable and social welfare activities purposes to the use of needy poor in term of food and medical relief, for rehabilitation, after any kind of disaster in India. The SLDF members also provide free education, Meals, clothes And Medical check up.

SLDF members organises the Blood Donation Camps and collect Blood units to serve the needy persons through other organisations. SLDF members organise Free Eye Check Up Camp and do free operations of Cataract and also collect EYE BALL which help to provide the SIGHT.

So, what are you waiting for? Join us today, in any way you feel you can help Shubh Lagan Divyang Foundation reach its goal and make a better future for our society.

The most valuable commodity of all is time and your time and skill is one of the most valuable things you can contribute for our organization. Fill up our volunteer registration form and you will be provided with a receipt to collect donations on the behalf of Shubh Lagan Divyang Foundation for the welfare of the society. Additionally, you will also receive an NGO volunteer certificate for your services.


Our Vision

We conduct family focused programmes to build families and support them with health, education, child care, mass wedding programs and organizing wedding & search the life partner for physically challenged people. Our core area of work aims at extending support to the differently-abled. We strive to include them into the mainstream living.

The society aims to work with the most marginalised members of the community and help create a safer environment for all children , especially vulnerable children, and to provide support and encouragement to help improve their living and social conditions, through rights based and ethically sound education, empowerment programmes, vocational training, protection and care and financial independence initiatives in order to help them recognise their importance and value as a responsible individual within civil society.