Environment NGOs Karnataka

  • Environment
    1. Environment Support Group (ESG) is an independent not-for-profit non-governmental organisation, founded in 1996 and registered as a Public Charitable Trust in 1998. Its main functions involve research, training, campaign support, and advocacy on a variety of environmental and social justice issues.

    2. Greenpeace India

    3. Jalasangama – a National NGO, for linking human rights with environmental protection, proposes to act as catalyst in the holy mission of creating River Nets.

    4. Trees For Free – With the permission of Government they plan trees by involving the community.

    5. Vanastree – The desire to make available the wide variety of semi-wild and cultivated plant species of the region motivates this effort. The area has seen the rise and sharp fall in the prices of areca, the region’s predominant cash crop. In this context, addressing issues of food security and health has become critical.

  • Consumer Forums
    1. Grahak Shakti, Bangalore [Email: <!– var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '='; var addy54068 = 'grahakshakti' + '@'; addy54068 = addy54068 + 'rediffmail' + '.' + 'com'; document.write( '‘ ); document.write( addy54068 ); document.write( ” ); //–>\n grahakshakti@rediffmail.com <!– document.write( '‘ ); //–> This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it <!– document.write( '’ ); //–> ]
      About Us: We are a Voluntary, non-profit, non-political, non-sectarian Consumer Organisation working in the interest of Consumers. We believe in creating awareness, education, empowerment of Consumers. We also guide Consumers to assert their rights and seek remedy through proper forums such as the Ombudsman’s and various other mechanisms including the Consumer Courts(Forums).
    2. Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum, Cavery Bhavan, K.G. Road Bangalore – 560001 (Phone: 91-80-2221
  • Abalashram – To work for the amelioration of the educational, economic and social condition of women irrespective of religion or caste or creed.
  • ASHA – projects in Karnataka. They have a very cool donation program.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Bangalore Kidney Foundation
  • Cancer Patients Aid Association (CPAA )
    2215, HAL 3rd Stage, 80ft Road, Bangalore – 560008
    Telefax : +91-80-25251005
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    Activities : CPAA is a voluntary social service organization established in 1969, raising our own funds and working towards total management of cancer as a disease. We operate from Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi and Pune. Our main activities encompass every area related to cancer including prevention, early detection, counselling, medical & financial aid, rehabilitation facilities for the patient and their family, conducting awareness lectures and detection camps at factories / corporates / schools / colleges / slum areas.

  • Charities Aid Foundation India (CAF)
  • Chethana – Provides mental health care in Mysore
  • Dream A Dream – We are committed to protect, empower and integrate vulnerable children within communities and to enhance public awareness around children’s needs and issues.
  • Elfun a global organization of GE employees and retirees committed to improving our communities, our company and our lives through volunteerism, leadership and camaraderie.
  • Foundation for Action Motivation and Empowerment – FAME
  • Ideas for Governance – To compile ideas for use by government bodies for improving quality of life for all citizens
  • Infosys Foundation
  • Lovedale Foundation
    We take orphaned and abandoned children under our wing and look after their welfare and development including quality education. Lovedale Foundation is home to disadvantaged children from all over India. We provide nourishment, clothing and shelter. Moreover, we impart quality education and training in life skills to children.
  • Mathruchhaya

  • MAYA ORGANIC is a systemic initiative to address livelihood issues of the working poor through an institutional approach that focusses on organising the informal sector workforce into worker owned enterprises.
  • Mukta Foundation a social service organization that brings good people and good causes together, stands on the power of volunteering.
  • National Association for the Blind (NAB) is a non-govt., non-profit, voluntary organisation that focuses on the socio-economic rehabilitation of the visually handicapped. A one-of-a-kind org., NAB provides the infrastructure as well as wide range of projects & services for the general welfare, education, training & placement of the visually handicapped.
  • NESA (New Entity for Social Action) – works to secure life with dignity among Dalits, Adivasis and other vulnerable communities in India
  • Operation Shanti – We help the poorest and neediest children and elderly, and the forgotten destitute, with the basic human needs: food, shelter, medical services and educational assistance. As we believe that every human can and should stand on his/her own, we are the
    re to help the destitute begin to help themselves. We are based in Mysore.

  • R.K. Foundation – acts as a medium between the needy and the prospective Philanthopists, in the areas of Education, health, Clothing, Nutrition, Rural Development, Woman & Child care.
  • Saahas is a Bangalore based voluntary organisation which was registered in 2001. We are committed to finding solutions to problems related to solid waste management in the city.
  • Parinati – attempts to change the life of marginalized, deprived and disadvantaged groups of people, whether they are of the tribal communities of Bandipur forests in Chamrajnagar district of Karnataka State. They also teach people about rain water harvesting.
  • Project Agastya – better, more efficient and Sustainable Water Resources Management in Bangalore
  • Rainwater Club – The Bangalorean’s Guide to Rooftop Rainwater Harvesting
  • Rifaa – Home for the girl child
    Phone: 91-80-25444671/ 25464228
    Rifaa is a shelter for girls belonging to separated parents, alcoholic fathers, unfairly divorced mothers fugitive kids or battered girl children, working as domestic maids. Rifaa in Urdu means welfare and with the home containing a small library, a spacious courtyard, a well equipped kitchen and dining hall and a vocational skill development center for girls, the place has the right recipe for elevating the girl’s spirits. Rifaa is near Hennu bende, Hennur Road, Kasba Hobli, Bangalore.
  • Swayamvara Trust
    135, 18th Cross
    Opp Hindu Burial Ground
    Bangalore 560008
    Phone: +91-80-2557 2020, +91-98802-99968
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    The trust conducts an annual matrimony meet for the hearing impaired.

  • Yeshasvini Health Scheme – launched by Narayana Hrudayalaya in association with the Government of Karnataka, created the concept of farmers insurance Health Scheme, which was subsequently launched by the state’s Co-operative Department. YHIS offers all types of operations on the stomach, brain, gallbladder, spine, bones, kidneys and heart entirely free for 1.7 million farmer’s families across the state of Karnataka for a monthly payment of Rs. 5/-. Kudos to Dr. Devi Shetty.

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