“If we are to reach real peace in the world, we shall have to begin with the children.”

― Mahatma Gandhi

How money is spend

How money is spend

91.8% education and relief 7.7% awareness and fund .5% keeps us running

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AGM 2018

AGM 2018

The 9th Annual General Meeting of Sharing Care was held on 24th November 2018.

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Sharing is Caring!

Sharing is Caring!

The story is from Kerala, India. Great moments in the life of Syam who is visually impaired, marries a differently abled girl. Sharing Care wishes all the blessings for a prosperous and happy married life for them!

Sharing Care believes that good health and quality education are the enablers which provide better standard of living.

These two factors can defend the poverty of miserable society.

  • We work with people of financially weaker sections of the society who are in need of external support.
  • We provide financial support such as grant to meet the expenses in curing ill health conditions or to achieve quality education, which helps them to join the mainstream of the society.

Our Objective

The relief of financial hardship among students to achieve better education by providing study materials, grants etc.

The relief of sick poor through the provision of grants, medical aids or access to better health facilities.

Our Vision

A world, where all have access to quality education and health system; and enjoy decent standard of living.

Our Mission

Our mission is to support people living in extreme poverty to achieve major improvements in their own lives.

Individual Approach To All

Sharing Care works with people of financially weaker sections of the society who are in need of external support to achieve the necessities required to lead a decent life. Sharing care believes that the essential things needed are good health and quality education. Hence the organisation focuses on these two areas – Health and Education.

Sharing Care provides financial support such as grant in aid to those who struggle to meet the expenses in curing ill health conditions or to achieve quality education, which helps them to join the mainstream of the society.