People tend to confirm, both intentionally and unintentionally adopting the actions of others & can get inspiration from us to donate. People are more willing to give when they see generosity as part of who they are. We help to feel the emotions of the people in need.
Becoming a volunteer makes you passionate about social cause and helps to connect with the society and make it a better place. It also keeps you mentally stimulated and provide a sense of purpose. Just giving some time from busy schedule can help many lives.
Donating is a selfless act. Being able to give to those in need helps you achieve a greater sense of personal satisfaction and growth, it feels good to help others. Also when your kids see you donating money, they're much more likely to adopt a giving mindset as they grow up.
Welcome to Manav Seva Sahara Vikas Sanstha since 2002
Manav Seva Sahara Vikas Sanstha reaches out to many agonized souls including the physically & mentally handicapped,
apart from institutions & people who are deprived of basic necessities and make it a point that they are provided with some of their
requirements to some degree.
Collection of woollens, walking sticks, clothes & various such things.
In our 16+ Years of Work, We have covered over 10 cities and have done around 7+ Collaborations.
“We really appreciate Angel Aid Foundation and the team. As an organization we were too timid about fundraising but you made it fun and exciting. Can't wait for the mounting of another project”
A Non-profit Partner
“Angel Aid provides a wide range of projects to the people who want to feel they are contributing in some way to improve the quality of life for the people who are less fortunate. Every single person in the team is smart, creative and so driven and everyone loves and believes in the mission.”
Angel Aid Donor
“i loved working at Angel Aid Foundation. During this great journey i learned about life and humanity. i consider myself very fortunate to get a chance to volunteer in an organization which touches the lives of so many people.”