Parivartan Sandesh Foundation
Parivartan Sandesh Foundation means “Message to change”, true to its meaning, we are a full-spectrum grassroots charity organization committed to bring positive change in society by impacting the lives of under-privileged and destitute
Work and Achievements
Parivartan Sandesh Foundation is a charity organization registered under Section – 60 vide registration number 1843/4/3693/96-112 in Delhi (INDIA) and FCRA registration number 231661665. Organization is working for the betterment and development of deprived and marginalized population through promoting various programs in India to ensure right to education, access to health services, empowering adolescents through vocational skills to have better livelihood chances & spreading awareness of social issues.
Our Key area of work
- School & Education
- Health & Survival
- Vocational skills development
- Social Causes & Emergency Response.
- Our mission is to promote sustainable social change by improving the living conditions of vulnerable populations, especially children.
- To act upon the causes of poverty and inequality by influence the policies and actions at a result oriented levels.
- To identify and work alongside the economically and socially deprived- starting with children, so that they become educated, skilled and aware.
- To make them enable to be self-reliant and enjoy a healthy, dignified and sustainable quality of life.
A society based on human rights, equity, justice, honesty, social sensitivity and a culture of service in which all are self-reliant. PSF focus and sole reason for existence is the betterment of Under-privileged in terms of Health, Education, self-reliant Skills and for awareness of Social issues. Organization and sensitization of the community is the approach through which empowerment, capacity building and social transformation are attempted.
Fund Utilisation Statement
Project Health & Survival-Nearly one-fourth of India’s urban population or about 100 million persons reside in slum or slum-like conditions with very limited access to health and other basic services. The health status of the urban poor population is considerably worst.