Who We Are
Divi welfare society is a Non-Profit & Non-governmental organisation towards the upliftment of poor children in India .
Divi addresses children’s, women, men basic needs by working with students, professors, Rich, communities, district and state- level Politicians as well as the children themselves.
“A pen in every hand makes world a better place”
Our mission is to empower the peoples to become self sufficient and to create a pathway through which they can walk out of multidimensional poverty and became a part of society in an effective and efficient way.
Our commitment is to provide a better education and to improve the standard of living.
what we DO
Divi Welfare society came into being in 2018 with its flagship programme Apni Pathshala and has since been working with the objective of empowering underprivileged children by providing education, nutrition, and healthcare support.
The Divi Welfare Society started its health program with the objective of providing healthcare to all, irrespective of location and socio-economic standards, yet, with a special focus on the urban poor and the underprivileged villagers.
Divi Welfare Society launched its women empowerment programme to reach out to marginalised and socially-excluded women and adolescent girls.
At times we also feel that our neighbors are responsible for such situations as they tell our parents why do you educate your daughters,you have to give dowry at the time of marriage and there is no use in sending them to school.
Student of Apni Pathsala
Our mothers and grandmothers normally say “you are not different from us . we were also not studying Don’t waste time & money in buying all this useless stuff(bags, dresses, books)save some money for your marriage but Divi welfare society addresses the importance of education to my family and they provide basic education to me thanks divi team.
PROF. JAGDISH RAI
Beera Bhadra Singh
what people say
Working with DIVI has been a very revealing and enriching experience. I realized that there are many small thing that can be done to contribute to child rights.Yes, What is needed is a bit of sensitivity and willingness to do something worthwhile.
-Rudra (Student Law)
Why I Joined the Divi welfare Society because the work it does for the development of rural areas is Praiseworthy.
-Anuradha Gupta (Student of M.E.D)
Changing the lives of children is a continuous process.Nothing can be done is a limited period. As individuals we have to contribute to give support by way of financial help.time as well as other resources. I believe the continuity and devotion without without deviation DIVI is doing just that.
-Rashmi singh(student MBA)