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Many parents are de-sheltered by their own children from their own homes leaving them shelterless, pennyless & helpless at the stage when they need their care most. Our main objective is to establish Free old-age homes for such destitute to provide them shelter, food and medical care irrespective of caste, creed and religion where they could feel themselves as part of society and in home away from home. It is because every old-age citizen is a base-pillar of the society and that society can never be developed where there is no respect for the elders.

Our main objective is to establish Free old-age homes for such destitute parents to provide them shelter, food and medical-care irrespective of caste, creed and religiion where they could feel themselves as part of society and in home away from home. ABHINAV SAMAJ is running ‘Jai Ma Durga Old-Age Home’ C-147, Uday Vihar, Chander Vihar, Nilothi Extn., Nangloi, New Delhi-110041providing free shelter, food and medical care to such elderly/destitute parents. If anybody dies in our old-age home, we perform all their last customs according to their religion. Apart from this we provide free legal-aid and free medical-camps for poor elderly from time to time. In addition to this we have established our new initiative 'ABHINAV SHANTI SEWA SADAN at A-3, Indira Park, Near Sai Mandir, Najafgarh, New Delhi-110043 in collaboration with two other NGOs where we provides Day-Care to such destitute elderly, provides food, physiotherapy by massage chair and yoga services.

Last year we admitted 118 inmates in our Free Old-Age Home mostly left away by their own children. Out of which nearly 72 dead due to different diseases and 14 accepted back by their children after councelling.

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Jai Ma Durga Old Age Home

Jai Ma Durga Old-Age Home is working regularly since last twelve years for the welfare and rehabilitation of destitute elderly/parents disowned by their own children providing them Free shelter, food, medical-aid and all other basis infrastructure. We performs their last rituals too according to their religion in case of death.

Now we have established one more old-age home under name ‘Abhinav Shanti Sewa Sadan’ at A-3, Indira Park, Near Sai Mandir, Najafgarh, New Delhi-110043. This old-age home have capacity to accommodate 50 inmates and 60 more elderly visits during day time for day-care facility in which provide them with free food, Physiotherapy and councelling.

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ABHINAV SAMAJ

ABHINAV SAMAJ

Beneficiary Charity

Indra Gupta

Indra Gupta

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