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Blind Welfare Society is a registered non-government organization. It has been seriously working for the welfare of the visually impaired persons since 1981. We are having income tax exemption certificate under section 80G of income tax Act. We can also receive foreign donations as we have FCRA certificate from Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India.              ......read more.
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Blind Welfare Society is registered charity under the Indian Societies Registration Act of 1860 wide registration No. 11704 works for the welfare and development of the visually impaired persons. BWS aims at providing support to visually impaired through our various programmes and projects. Our main focus is to make visually impaired self dependent by training them in to daily routine and make them employable. Through our Marriage initiative of blind’s we are helping them to live a social life as common man of the society.

Blindness is an unfortunate disability.
  • The Institution aims at integrating the blind population with the general pattern of the society through a process of education and by equipping them with such vocational training to enable them to gain a reasonable degree of economic independence¬†.
  • Our organization also aims at self-development of the blind and developing skills in them which helps them in achieving higher goals in their life.
  • We also propose to operate a workshop so as to enable them to earn while learning.
  • We aim to impart our services without any discrimination of caste, creed, colour or any other discrimination. We provide our services to blind students from different states of India.
  • Our activities are only made possible with public support and donation.We works towards sensitizing people at large to be responsible for inclusive growth and engender quality upbringing for visually impaired.

To ensure that the all disabled people of have access to equal opportunities leading to improved quality of life and full participation in the society that respects their rights and dignity.

Our mission is to provide high standard welfare, support and accommodation services to blind or vision impaired people to promote independence, dignity and quality of life. We also work to strive and respond to the rights of disabled people through service delivery and advocacy efforts.

Donations made to our organizations are exempted from Income Tax under section 80G of Income Tax Act 1960.