Reflection on development is at the heart of SNEHA’s work:

Aims and objects:

The aims and objects for which the society is established are as under:

(a) Promotion of spiritual, physical, mental, educational development and uplift of adults and children of all ages without any distinction of caste, creed or religion and in the interest of mankind in general.

(b) To aid or establish, takeover or collaborate with any institution or school or association, for physical, mental, spiritual, educational, community development, uplift of intelligence or its development.

(c) To propagate, impart and adopt any audio-visual methods for solving the problems of crime, drugs abuses and help in the inculcation of such behaviour as would bring happiness to the family of man or generally mankind without reservation of his status, caste and religion.

(d) To aid or establish any institution or adopt means for imparting, promotion of any art, science or any other field of education, propagate for removal of social evils, customs or render or promote self-help to overcome any of these issues particularly for the poor or weaker sections of the society in India.

(e) To establish any home, institution or society for knowledge or for the welfare, maintenance and development or orphans of any community or society.

(f) To establish any institution or society for the welfare of victims of natural calamities and/or to provide food and shelter to any needy persons from times to time.

(g) To undertake the compilation, printing and publication of:

1) Simple booklets explaining the basic morals and values of human life and for moral uplift.

2) Books suitable for moral and spiritual instructions to school-going children, containing simple science, stories from epics depicting the life of ideal persons, sages and other renowned personalities.

(h) To award prizes in competition of physical games and educational competitions and to award scholarships for the needy and to provide ways and means for the uplift of poor and needy children or individuals and to inculcate moral discipline.

(i) To arrange and provide such medical aid and such other assistance necessary for living to the needy persons who are otherwise incapable or handicapped or mentally or physically retarded and financially uplift any person of poor class.

(j) To render any social, moral and financial assistance for betterment of life of any human being unmarried girl or boy, widow or widower from time to time.

(k) To accept donations, raise subscriptions from the members of the trust or other person to invest the funds of the trust with such individuals, societies, firms or companies for providing income to the trust on such terms and conditions as may deem proper and necessary for the fulfilment of the aims and objects of the society and to further its interest as enumerated above.

(l) To provide for all activities for improving the moral standards of the people promoting respect for all religions of tolerance and cordial feelings between man and man irrespective of difference of caste, colour, creed or religion.

(m) To start maintain and assist in relief measures in those parts which are or become subjected to natural calamities like famine, fire, floods, earthquakes etc.

(n) To establish, found and maintain libraries, reading room for the use and convenience of general public.

(o) To give monetary help to disabled or blind persons in the form of monthly allowances or gratuities.

(p) To open, found, establish, maintain and assist leper asylums or other institutions for helping the poor, destitute, widows and orphans of all faiths and communities.

(q) To do any other act or thing, which is ancillary to the achievement of any of the above, stated objects.

All the income, earnings, movable, or immovable properties of the society shall be solely utilized and applied towards the promotion of its aims and objects only as set forth in the memorandum of association. No portion thereof shall be paid or transferred directly or indirectly by way of dividends, bonus, and profit or in any manner whatsoever, to the present or past members of the society or to any person claiming through any one more of the present of the past members. No members of the society shall have any personal claim on any moveable or immovable properties of the society or make any profit, whatsoever, by virtue of his membership.

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