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NEW DELHI: Serve Samman is in process of setting up a computer literacy, personality development and sewing leaning centers in Uttarakhand and Dadari (near Ghaziabad). Programme of the centers is to educate the youth in their area to give them livelihood and make them empowered to sustain better life in the society.
Qualified teachers and volunteers are invited to join in this noble cause. Serve Samman is also looking for sponsoring organization under their corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme, high net worth individuals, industrialists and philanthropists.
“We need highly motivated young people and professionals who have the passion towards social development, cause to empower youth and woman and really interested to contribute to the society by applying their know, values and skill.”, said Dipak Khanna, managing trustee, Serve Samman.
We are is in process of setting up minimum 15 centers at various locations far off remote areas, where youths need opportunities to earn and learn in their own areas. We believe that youth is major driving force for up-liftment of society, emotionally and economically”, he added.
This will give an opportunities to our corporate and professionals who are willing to associate in development of the society in the rural areas.
Dipak Khanna (67), managing trustee, spiritually inclined, has been the successful entrepreneur in the field of exporting garments to USA, Europe and South Africa.
Serve Samman is the leading voluntary organization working in the area of health, free cataract treatment, cancer awareness and computer and personality development. Serve Samman (registered), Delhi based, run by a group of industrialist and philanthropists having branches at Uttarakshi, Rudraprayag and Dadri (near Ghaziabad). Serve Samman’s focus is on helping the weaker sections of the society. In a short span it has been able to bring together resources in the area of healthcare, education and provision of basic necessities during natural calamities.
Serve Samman has been conducting health camps, have screened more than 11,000 not to do so well, village folks and enabled more than 900 free cataract surgeries where patients are picked-up from their respective villages and dropped them back. During the treatment including transport, food etc. all is free.
Who Can Join
Any Corporate under CSR
High Net-worth individuals
Corporate enhancing brand exposure and values
Direct impact on the consumers
Aiming to penetrate rural market
Dedicated to the social causes
How You can contribute
Funding the programme
Providing Space and facilities
Dedicating quality times
Sponsoring Particular programme
Name: Dipak Khanna
Office: M-65, Greater Kailash Part-1
New Delhi 48
Mobile No: 093102 86664