In A Nutshell

In A Nutshell

Today one of the most serious problems in India is poverty. Efforts of all states aimed to combat poverty, overshadowed by the wayside of the effects. When considering poverty in the developing country, many people feel deep sorrow but conclude that there is nothing we can do.

The scale of poverty is immense and we seem powerless to stop it. Such despair is understandable, but the fact tells a very different story. While poverty is indeed, extreme and widespread, it is easy to forget just how many people there are in the developed nation, and how powerful our pocket can become when pooled together.

We aim to deepen the level of active participation with these like-minded institutions through this organization.

Our purpose in establishing this vision is to offer support and assistance to poor and needy families. We help people to access basic services. We provide lasting routes out of poverty through our sustainable livelihood schemes, and integrated approach to development is transforming communities worldwide.

Al Imdaad Charitable Trust was established in order to withstand the rising poverty in many regions of India as well as to offer necessary assistance that many families and children lack. It includes medical aid, education, and psychological help. We also help unprivileged children and orphans from around the country.

Our foundation was established in 2014. We are India based relief and development Non-Government charity organization. Inspired by the meaning of empathy, generosity, and selflessness. The trust aims to alleviate poverty and sufferings in Bihar. Guided by the morals and values of what the word ‘Humanity’ taught us, we believe that people with wealth have a duty to those less fortunate regardless of race, political affiliation, gender or belief.

Our team is not afraid of the new, always ready to listen to your ideas in the social sphere and to promote their most effective implementation. We are proud that every year more philanthropists and volunteers join us, because it says that there are many caring people willing to come to the aid of those who are in need.