Started in 2006, this unit promotes the recycling and reuse of material and the usage of eco-friendly items. We reuse newspaper and cloth by making bags, mats, baskets, key chains and other items to generate employment and create awareness of environmental issues.
The primary aim in our education program is ‘educating’ the abled and disabled about each other. Formal education in institutions is available for the disabled, but unfortunately many people do not avail of this opportunity. Even in big cities, parents shy away from the hassle and bureaucratic hurdles of educating their disabled children. Educating the disabled, the parents of the disabled, and society to make education easily accessible is a task Nirmalya has taken upon itself.
We have watched many paraplegics. It wrenches one’s heart to see intelligent human beings moving around with so less dignity. Because many of them are unaware or unable to change. Dignity will encourage them to stand up and prove themselves.
How you can help
No matter what line of work we choose, integration of the physically challenged into the mainstream is absolutely essential – because we live in the same world! We need to change paths, create awareness and give every disabled person a chance to become a productive member of society.
Donations made to Nirmalya Trust are exempt from tax under Section 80G. We also have an FCRA account for foreign donations.
Sign up as a volunteer and help Nirmalya with its multiple activities and projects.
Eco-friendly items made at Taruvar are of excellent quality and make for great gifts!
All our units are in constant requirement of raw material. Write to us to know what we need on a regular basis.