DESTITUTE WELFARE TRUST
(Dinhin Hitarth Nyas)
Since man is a social animal, it is our social responsibility as a human being to provide maximum care to the human. The human resource development is a key to success of a country. Child is a father of man. Many children are completely left in destitute. As role of a man it is our prime duty to bringing up their childhood for a better future who knows any child can do wonder? Cater to the holistic development of the children in the community by starting educational project formal, non-formal and vocational is must for us. More over it is also important for us to foster and promote sense of duty, awareness and community participation in relation to social development and to guide and motivate the unemployed rural youths, men & women for self-employment.
Maintaining and encourage inculcation of sense of pride in the cultural heritage of India and work for promotion of education, national integration and communal harmony is the fulfillment of Destitute Welfare Trust’s belief. It is our concerted effort to create a sense of brotherhood, cooperation, mutual harmony, love and affection amongst the members of the general public and organize national integration camps for mutual understanding and integrity. With this belief, Destitute Welfare Trust (DWT) was set up in 1995 under the Registration Act 1908; governed by Indian Trust Act 1882 and covered under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act 1976.