Lakshhya Society|Education For Poor Children


Lakshhya Society has been actively spreading hands-on learning to poor rural and urban children and teachers in India since 2016. Along with this, we also provide help to the poor people in our vicinity. We have been working on providing all the good we can. We organized blanket distribution camp before the onset of winter last year. Apart from this, we have also carried out several relief campaigns for the underprivileged during the COVID-19 pandemic, distributing food packets to daily wagers in many regions.

To increase awareness and knowledge, we also organize frequent quiz competitions. The main aim of Lakshhya Society is providing education to children and help to the poor families. When the whole world is under lockdown and everyone is suffering with some or the other kind of difficulty, we are striving to do our best and help the needy ones.

These days, when we plan our food distribution drives, we also think about our education programmes. We hope that everything gets normal soon and the good days return. We wish that we can resume the studies of those young minds again whose lives are supported by our objectives.

We miss those classes and moments spent with those little ones, helping them and making them feel happy, trying to reduce the feeling of poverty in their brains, so that they get motivated to do more and explore the world around them. One should keep patience in every work one does. We are also following the same these days. We are waiting for the conditions to be normal soon and to resume our programmes again.

We know that our missions are just paused, not stopped. We know that our mission is not impossible. We will continue towards our aim and start teaching those curious brains once again.

We believe, that providing mere basic health care is not enough, as every individual also deserves dignity, at Lakshhya Society NGO in Aligarh, we ensure the same by providing them respect, human touch, basic health care, free food and dry ration through compassionate approach. It feels as if the whole world is at a standstill, somebody has pressed a pause button and everything is constant. No cars on roads, no flights in the sky and no trains on the rails.

At this point of time, we pray, not only for our country, but for the whole world, that the world gets free from this virus soon and the death rates may reduce. We wish that all the needy people get enough resources to sustain life.