c services and manufacturing, with the work mostly labour intensive, having often unwritten and informal employer-employee relationship: 
 
3. Other Sectors: Persons with disability and who may not be gainfully employed or guardians who need insurance to protect Spastic persons or persons with disability. 

The Plan: It is a one-year, renewable group Term Plan, which covers the members for death. In addition, the plan offers you the following benefits:

Choosing the Sum Assured (Minimum Rs 5,000 and Maximum Rs 50,000 per member).
Discount on premium based on Group Size (larger the group size smaller the premium payment).
Discount on premium for women members. Lower premium for lower Age Groups.

Benefits: It is a double benefit plan that provides the following benefits to the members of the group. 

1. It pays the sum assured to the nominee of the member on the untimely death of the member during the tenancy of the plan. 
2. It pays the nominee of the member twice the sum assured on the untimely death of the member due to an accident during the tenancy of the plan.
 
Premium Indicative: Average premium is approximately Rs. 3/- to Rs. 8/- per thousand Sum Assured; depending on the size of the group, average age of the group and gender composition of the group. Bigger the size of the group, lower is the premium and lower is the age lower is the premium. 

Premium Payment Frequency: One Time payment, Individual pays to the Group/Society/NGO remits to Birla Sun Life Insurance Mumbai. 
 
Nomination: It is compulsory to make your nomination. Individual can nominate as per their choice or can nominate the Organisation to become their nominee. It varies from case to case. 

Joining of New Members: 
New members joining the group can be admitted to the ongoing plan as per the following rules 
Admitted to the plan on the date of renewal or 
Admitted for part of the year, on payment of premium due.

Members leave the Group: Members leaving the group during plan period automatically lose the insurance benefits. 

Claims: Simple declaration along with the required documents and certified copy of the death certificate to be filed with BSLI by the Group/NGO/Organisation/ Society. Payment will be made to the Nominee through the Group/ Society/Organisation. 

Renewal: The plan can be renewed before the date on which the existing plan comes to an end. 

Features: Easy Documentation, No Medical Tests and Simple Forms.

Future Strategy:

We have successfully achieved our short-term objective during the last four financial years with the help of active support and co-operation from like-minded developmental organizations and Aditya Birla Group trusts present in the rural areas. Now, we are looking forward to tie up with more such organizations to create awareness and increase accessibility of suitable insurance plan for the rural mass. 
We need your co-operation and support to meet the challenge. Please forward this plan to as many NGOs, to help us to provide insurance cover to the needy. All those who want to enroll for the plan or want any further information about the plan please contact us. 

Warm Regards
Sarita Chaudhary
Birla Sun Life Insurance
Email: saritachoudhary@birlasunlife.com 
Phone: 02256753461, 56783461 • SAIPREM (next to Balaji Mandir) in Sector 10, Vashi is offering free consultation and help for employees having problems at their workplace. The facility is available on every SUNDAY between 10:30 am and 12 noon, subject to prior appointment on 27801867, 275772418, 27571062.FREE Eye Examination for school students. Any needed spectacle dispensed at extra reasonable price at "Eye Care Centre", Fort. If any poor and deserving students given only "lenses" free on recommendation from school authorities. School Authorities willing to have this offer are requested to contact : L N Bhaskar K Shetty (Optometrist), Tel: 22661739 ( 2pm to 7 pm).Free Medical Check-up for complete body with the help of Natural Health Science and will diagnose the disease without any cost or Lab test. Contact for Appointment: Dr. Jain, Natural Health Care, 14/B, Shop No. 5, Vrindavan Society, Thane- 400 601. Phone: 25368713 (only 6 to 8 pm).
If you are suffering from chest pain, breathlessness or wheezing...please do not ignore these symptoms. The right guidance will help you lead a more fulfilling life. To find out more, call Times Helpline at 26005555. For a complimentary asthma education booklet, write to: Seretide Cell, GlaxoSmithKline, Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai- 400030.Free Treatment for Piles cure within one month. Mr Deva Dutta on 36700765 / 98921 23338. Resi: 2628 1797.

A centre to care for the terminally ill opened at:
1) Karuna Hospital
Borivali (West)
2) Shanti Avedna
Bandra
3) Vincent De Paul Hospice
Trombay
4) Jyoti Terminal Centre
Panvel
5) St Catherine's Home
Andheri (West) {Only for Children}
This is for patients in the last stage of their life after doctors have given up hope. Patients are given mental, physical, spiritual and emotional support in their last days of their life. Patients have a Live In and Live Out choice; where patients can go home and return here if their health fails.

What free service do you offer?
A construction company is willing to selectively help out in construction projects of nonprofits. If you have any planned ideas, please send details.Nrityanjali "SUNDAY CLASSES" (1.30 P.M. to 6 P.M.) is the spirit of Nrityanjali and is the centre of activity. Here people of all ages learn together varieties of art forms, free of cost, under the founder director Guru Dr. Tushar Guha who has an in-depth study of Indian Folk Dances. Training in folk dances & dance dramas is an integral part of the Sunday Classes.

The Sunday Classes through their methodical interaction motivate & develop self-confidence, team spirit, leadership qualities and selfless attitude. Oratory, compeering, stagecraft, dress designing, make-up, stage management, choreography, in-depth knowledge of the art (history, geography, music, costume etc.), event management and the art of communication are the other aspects of these classes. many other great activities are listed at nrityanjali.org.in/about-us.htm

NRITYANJALI
35 B Miniland, Nrityanjali Marg, Bhandup,
Mumbai - 400078
Tel.25617388, 25953606
Telefax.25953606
E-mail : nrityanjali@vsnl.com

Outlet for NGO Products

Chetana Craft Centre
34 K. Dubash Marg, Kala Ghoda,
Mumbai - 400 023.
Telephone: 2288 1159
Email: chetana1946@chetana.com
www.chetana.com/cc.htm
Mrs. Chhaya Arya, Managing Director

see the website before calling. also see www.chetana.com/h.htm to understand the philosophy

I have a well equipped training class room. It is 20 seater, fully airconditioned, has Overhead LCD projection facility, sound equipment, etc. It is at Multi Dimension Training and Serivice Center, Shop 12, Vasant Sagar Yamuna, Thakur Village, Kandivli East, Mumbai 400101. Sunil Haribal haribalsm@hotmail.com 34066552.The Spiritual Care Department at Bhaktivedanta is a dedicated group of doctors, nurses and other support staff who reach out to the patients and help them through spiritual & emotional counseling. Counseling without barriers of culture, religion or language.

The phenomenal results of the program have urged us to devote more resources to this program. The department has also successfully treated many people afflicted by substance-abuse.

www.bhaktivedantahospital.com/spiritualdep.htm
please call Mr. Gopkumar at: +91 22 2812 8888 Extn.: 2025 or email at spiritualcare@bhaktivedantahospital.com
I am working as a Radio Presenter in London for DESI RADIO. DESI RADIO is a 24 hour broadcasting station promoting Punjabi music, language and culture.
I present Bhangra Music with a touch of Punjabi cultural Mirch Masala. If you want to promote your music in London, send me your music, photographs or any other promotional material. If you happen to be in London, I can interview you live on the Radio. You can listen to me live on Radio BHANGHRA ROAD SHOW Every Wednesday 16:00 pm to 18:00 pm (London Time) London Local 1602 am, UK & Europe Satellite Channel 919, Worldwide www.desiradio.org.uk

BITTU KHANGURHA, FREELANCE JOURNALIST, PRESENTER DESI RADIO, SONG WRITER, PRESS PHOTOGRAPHER

49 WARLEY AVENUE
HAYES MIDDX
UB4 0RA
UNITED KINGDOM

PHONE 44 7832 269431
44 7940 772511
44 20 87970825
E-mail khangurha@aol.com

I am working as fund raising consultant for all type of charitable organisations in india.
SHASHIKANT GANPAT TARI, BLDG NO:T-7.FLAT NO 108.FIRST FLOOR., NEW PRATIKSHA NAGAR. SION KOLIWADA. MUMBAI 400 022. PHONES: 24010547. MOBILE: 98922 63165. stconsulting@hotmail.com
I am heading a leading consultancy firm Future Makers Management Consultants engaged in the activities of Man Power Recruitment and Training. I am conducting various training programmes in soft skills for Industrial Sector as well as students. I have adoted a sweet daughter two and half years back. That has pramoted me to work towards Adoption.
Presently I am working on a one day programme on Paradigm Shift for Adoptive Parents.

I am engaged in training field from last 6 years. I am willing to offer my services in the field of training, counsilling, experience sharing for 2 days a week. Counsilling and experience sharing can be done throu net or phone. It will be free of cost while training programmes will be at a reduced cost.

For further information, feel free to talk me on 0253-2360177 (R) any time before 10.00 am and after 18.30 pm.

With regards,
Hemant Risbud,
Management Consultant and Trainer.
Future Makers Management Consultants, Nasik.
VIDEO VOLUNTEERS is a new program dedicated to spreading the use of video as a tool to alleviate poverty in the developing world. Volunteer filmmakers join non-governmental organizations (NGOs), initially in India, for two months to write, shoot and edit one short film for the NGO. They also train the NGO staff to make their own small videos and to use video to give a voice to the poor. Through the Video Volunteers Program, NGOs have a powerful tool for promoting their work and spreading their messages.

VIDEO VOLUNTEER PROJECTS
In autumn 2003, Video Volunteers successfully piloted the program at the NGOs of two Indian Ashoka Fellows (see www.ashoka.org .) VV made one promotional film for Akanksha, the Bombay slum children's supplementary education program. They also made an advocacy film for I-CARD, an Assamese NGO working to strengthen the cultural identity of the Mising tribe who live along the banks of the Brahmaputra. I-CARD was given video training and is now working on its own productions.

email: videovolunteers@yahoo.com
www.videovolunteers.org
http://www.creativevisions.org/videovols.htm

Students of Govt Law College, Churchgate, give free Legal Aid supported by the 40+ members of the Legal Aid Committee . www.glc.edu/lac.html NGO Melas

"WIT was invited twice to the Elizabethans’ meetings and a few times to Hopping Bunnies' events.

We would like to thank HSBC for inviting us to participate in their Charity Bazaars and for permitting us to hold three-day Sales in their different Branches. These Sales are very important not only for the income they generate, but also for the publicity which helps our cause. WIT Sales have also been held at IDBI Branches for the second year in succession.

DBS Galleria at Fort invited WIT several times to participate in their Women Entrepreneurs Exhibitions which are so well-organised and well-publicised and which attract a record number of well - heeled shoppers - the kind we love!

NGOs also help us to help ourselves.
The Annual INDUS Festival of Charities is an excellent event that promotes many causes and attracts a record crowd.

So also the CONCERN India Mela held for the benefit of over a hundred organisations from all over the country. The three-day Exhibition & Sale is organised on a mega scale always.
A successful sale was also organised by the American Women's Club at the J.W. Marriott Hotel.
A two-day sale at the American School pre-Xmas was good too.

The Bazme Niswan sales are always useful as our products enjoy a good demand and many orders are received.

A sale at Ashoka Hall in the suburbs in August was a good idea as usual and we thank the owners for allowing us the use of the premises free of charge. http://wit.org.in/aboutus_news_2.htm "

courtesy: WIT

Mobile Creches is a voluntary organisation providing integrated day care to the children of migrant construction workers at the actual construction sites themselves. We provide education, health care, nutrition and recreational facilities to the children between 0-14 years of age.

Besides specialising in providing quality day care, we also offer a year long course in pre-primary education titled 'Creche/Balwadi teachers training course'. The course is ideal for those people who want to take up a career in early childhood teaching, set up their own day care centres and be effective parents in the long run. The medium of instruction is Hindi and the student has a chance to be exposed to both theoretical inputs as well as practical training, for which they are placed at our centres spread out all over Bombay, New Bombay and Thane.

Interested candidates please contact Pallavi at 22020869 mcreches@vsnl.net
NEEDS, RESOURCES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF SENIOR CITIZENS Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry organizes meet on “Needs, Resources and Opportunities of Senior Citizens” every year at the Nana Nani Parks. The meet intends to address the important issues of the aged, viz. financial, emotional, health, safety and security, leisure, recreation, etc. Helpage India, Dignity Foundation, are few voluntary organizations doing great work for senior citizens. In order to reach out to senior citizens more frequently and regularly, Bombay Chamber is in process of preparing a database. Individuals, youth, organizations, senior citizens and different groups who are interested in working with elderly to “RECREATE” them by helping them to learn to play a guitar, gardening, etc. Different creative ideas to recreate elderly
are required along with resource persons details.

Kindly send your contact details along with creative ideas and resource persons details to Ms. Vandana Bhadra, Executive at vb@bombaychamber.com or fax 22611213

Blood Card Bank Scheme

This is an idea of Rotarian Rajendra Agarwal 98200 85149 that we discussed on Saturday and would like to implement. When one donates blood, one gets a Blood card. This card is often unutilised (and this leaves scope for malpractice). On the other hand, when one needs blood in an emergency, it is often difficult to get it.

Karmayog could be a platform whereby blood donors can list their details viz. donor name / location - work and home / phone number / email / blood group / quantity of bottles available. These details except email id will be displayed on the site. Those needing blood can directly contact them.

How does this sound? What are the pitfalls and difficulties?


Please send the following:
- your details if you have access to blood donor cards
- details of other sources of cards
- details of organisers of blood donation drives
- details of blood banks
- details of pertinent websites
- details of regular needy groups

Thanks
Vinay

Ashlyn Jane, the eco-friendly lifestyle store at Pali Hill, sells products made by NGOs. Shivani Desai 26001620
http://web.mid-day.com/metro/bandra/2003/may/51674.htm
www.wakeupcall.org can conduct interactive workshops in areas of good governance, education, employment, manufacturing. Contact Krishan krishan@vsnl.com I can help NGOs on "How to Identify Needs" having had a lot of experience on this as a District Governor of Rotary. I have found this to be an area where most organisations have lack of sufficient clarity.

I can also talk on: Marketing, Food Processing - not technical, Personality Development, Communication, Time mangement, Public Speaking, Leadership development, Motivation, Career Guidance. A/V on Visit to Brazil. Youth (15 to 30 years) would enjoy these most.
Nitin Mangaldas, nvm@hotmail.com 9820638804 / 56344219.

www.vakilbabu.com gives free legal advice.
Their VISITORS' SERVICE CENTER works 24 Hours a day, Seven days a Week, around the year.
A-304 Marigold Building No. 1, Beverly Park, Mira Road (East), District Thane, Mumbai 401 107
24 Hr Telephonew: 2811 8169, 3097 4403, 98210 98991, 98212 56621. Fax 28191995
e-mail vsc@vakilbabu.com
Social Group Term Insurance Plan for the workers in the unorganized sector, informal sector and below poverty line
people at very reasonable premium rates.


Birla Sun Life Insurance
Sarita Chaudhary
Email: saritachoudhary@birlasunlife.com
Phone: 02256753461, 56783461
As the UK's leading fair trade organisation, Traidcraft works with more than 100 producer groups in over 30 countries around the world. What unites every area of our work is our mission to fight poverty through trade.see www.traidcraft.co.uk email comms@traidcraft.co.uk

Sasha is a non-profit organisation working with more than 100 groups of craftspeople and producers from all over India. Sasha started business by exporting crafts to other non-profit organisations. Its aims are to emphasize development not profit, to revive handicrafts and artisans and always to put the producer before the product.


CC Shroff Self Help Centre (SHC)
is a non-profit (charitable) trust, selling for producers in western India, including Kutch and also the slums of Mumbai (Bombay). The key objective is to provide economic independence for people who are low-skilled and socially or physically disadvantaged. The Centre provides direct employment for 150 people and indirect employment for another 75, mostly women. SHC gives design advice and training to the producers.

Orgs in other parts of India are in www.traidcraft.co.uk/template2.asp?pageID=1663
ONE INDIA ONE PEOPLE FOUNDATION

Type of services offered: CONDUCTING CLUBS AND CARRYING OUT CLUB ACTIVITIES
Description: CARRYING OUT INTERNAL CLUB ACTIVITY SO THAT CHILDREN GROW DEVELOP VALUES AND MORALS ALONG WITH BEING RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS TOMORROW.

Type of services Offered: INTER SCHOOL CONTESTS
Description: ORGANIZING INTER SCHOOL CONTESTS IN VARIOUS FIELDS OF ACADEMICS OR EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES IN ORDER TO BOOST THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHILD AND ALSO GIVE HIM\HER A PLATFORM TO RISE.

Type of services Offered: ONE INDIA ONE PEOPLE MAGAZINE
Description: BRING OUT ANNUAL BOOKLET ON TOPICS OF THE MONTH E.G. HEROES OF INDIA; KNOW INDIA BETTER. ALSO TAKING OUT A REFERENCE GUIDE ON NGOS SO THAT CITIZENS AND CORPORATES BECOME AWARE OF NGO'S AND THE HELP PROVIDED BY THEM.

Contact Details
One India One People Foundation
4th Floor, Mahalaxmi Chambers
22, Bhulabhai Desai Road
Mumbai - 400 026
Phone : 2353 4400 / 2351 4406
Fax : 2351 7544
Email : oiop@vsnl.net
website: www.oneindiaonepeople.com
Contact person: TABASSUM KHAN email personal: tabassum.khan@rediffmail.com cell: 98693 73974

www.karmayog.com = connecting resources with nonprofits

KOSHISH – Centre for the Care of Deaf first of its kind in India situated at D.B.Lane, Off. Daftary Road Malad East, Mumbai 400 097 provides free education, hearing aids and vocational courses to 116 deaf children from low income group from its 20,000 sq. ft building. Centre has modern art gallery available free of charge to any handicap artist anywhere from India, besides uptodate hearing aid section, audiology, speech therapy, child behavioural and mental trauma counselling departments. We require sponsorers to provide education of one deaf child for one year by contributing Rs. 4,000 and donate one hearing for Rs. 11,000 only. For details contact: Ajay Kothari, Mg. Trustee, T: 28446448 / 28834629 gopajay@hotmail.comAny Hearing Impaired child studying in regular school can avail counseling through e-mail by writing to nilampatel@vsnl.com . Visit www.bahushrutfoundation.org for more information on activities of the foundation. A special educator involved in promoting and facilitating inclusive education for Hearing Impaired children since last 26 years. I am writing on behalf of an environmental NGO called HOPE working in Thane area of last 7 years. We have often in the past conducted nature related workshops / presentatios where handicapped children were invited. I am aware how much they enjoy such occassions. We can organise a nature outing for your children in the Yeoor forest area on Thane side of Sanjay Gandhi National Park on a Sunday. We can provide expert guides who can show them birds, insects, butterflies etc. We also arrange release of rescued snakes in this forest & it may be possible to coordinate this with the children's visit. Children find this very thrilling. Yeoor forest can be accessed from Thane Railway Station by bus or by road from Mumbai. Regards - Shyam Ghate, Here On Project Environment, Thane capcon_thane@vsnl.com capcon@bom5.vsnl.net.in Open a Toy LibraryWe could arrange an outing at a farm in Padghavli, which is near Khopoli. If you would like that, please send us more details about your group. Sanjay Marathe President Rotary Club of Mumbai Bandra East Sanjay Marathe Photography B-7/51, MIG Colony, Bandra-East Mumbai 400051, India. (M):(91)(22)36592289, T/Fax:(91)(22)26592289
Email: sanjay@sanjaymarathe.com, www.sanjaymarathe.com, www.photomodeimages.com

MAGIC bank has exciting media initiatives by, with and for children. Entries in the bank feature a summary of the initiative, a section on challenges and lessons learned, plus contact details. The projects highlight good practice and will also provide inspiration and practical information for all those wishing to develop initiatives involving children and the media.
www.unicef.org/magic/bank/index.html .
Ensure you are listed in www.unicef.org/magic/contacts/india.html
IDBI's commitment to social organisations, Iswar Agasti, regional head IDBI, retail banking-west, says, "IDBI encourages promotional activities in association with NGOs. We hold such exhibitions at our branches to create public awareness and also to participate in the noble cause undertaken by NGOs." http://web.mid-day.com/metro/chembur/2002/december/39372.htmAshlyn Jane, the eco-friendly lifestyle store at Pali Hill, sells products made by NGOs. Shivani Desai 26001620
http://web.mid-day.com/metro/bandra/2003/may/51674.htm
NGO, Aseema, the centre for street and underprivileged children. a short animated film on 'Right to Education' "We want the well-to-do kids to know what the underprivileged children lack and how they can help," Schools that want to screen the animated film on ‘Right to Education’ can get in touch with Dilbur Parakh, the founder of Aseema 26407248 Adhuna Akhtar, owner of the Juice salon on St John Baptist Road to train young destitute women in haircutting.
web.mid-day.com/metro/bandra/2003/september/63709.htm
Puppet making has been an exciting hobby for Praveena Shetty and Rekha Gala for the last two years. So far they have conducted three workshops for children and specialise in making puppets of waste materials such as boxes, bottles, papers and socks. They also specialise in teaching children the art of narrating a story in front of an audience through the puppets. Praveena 32604025 . web.mid-day.com/metro/chembur/2003/november/67987.htm Ravi who trained at FTII, Pune also made several documentaries for NGOs. Manav (a film on the life of eunuchs) made by Ravi is archived at the Pompidou Centre, Paris. He has also worked on several children’s docus as well as the film Malli apart from working on children’s issues with an NGO in Nashik called Abhivyakti. “Abhivyakti creates media tools like docus for NGOs and other concerned authorities. Working with children is a stress buster and it’s a lot of fun,” observes Ravi. Ravi insisted on using fresh faces for the ads, which meant a massive manhunt across the state. “We auditioned about 300 people from Pune, Nashik and Mumbai as we wanted to reach out to the small town guy who wants to be someone and has done a round of Amitabh Bachchan imitations before his mirror,” he adds. web.mid-day.com/metro/bandra/2004/may/84353.htmArchitecture and allied design services at cost at actuals (travel, stationary, communications, consultant fees, if any) offered by DESIGN COOPERATIVE, Kalachowki, Contact: Shilpa Ranade, dcoop@vsnl.net phone: 24706945 (10.00- 13.00 hrs)Get a free website at www.charityfocus.org/services/index.php?pg=help . A web site helps existing donors and friends stay informed about your activities, as well as increases visibility for potential donors. This is organised by www.charityfocus.org , an all-volunteer 3000-strong organization, dedicated to providing volunteers with opportunties to serve others, primarily through the provision of free web-based services. Contact: Vandana J., Project Coordinator, vandana@charityfocus.org , Pune: 020-26681426.Free Software Foundation of India: see www.forum.gnu.org.in/fsf-volunteers/all_membersIndTo start a library, do see
worldlibraries.org/resources/index.shtml and
Libraries for All: How to Start and Run a Small Library.
Education: The Institute of International Education, An independent, nonprofit organization, is a resource for educators and institutions worldwide. Our goals are:
- to promote closer educational relations between the people of the United States and other countries
- to increase the number of students, scholars and professionals who have the opportunity to study, teach and conduct research outside of their own country
- to strengthen and internationalize institutions of higher learning throughout the world
- to foster sustainable development through training programs in energy, environment, business management, and leadership development
- to partner with corporations, foundations, and governments in finding and developing people able to think and work on a global basis

Contact: Anita Kochhar, In-Country-Training Coordinator, akochhar@del3.vsnl.net.in Phone: 011-469-4515, Fax: 011-461-7497
www.iie.org/india/
Free Folk Dance Training by Nrityanjali 92233-87197 Free Saral Sanskrit and Geeta Adhyan classes at:
Baba Ramdas Sanskrit Vidyalaya, Khatwadi Darbar, Linking Road, Khar : Every Wed and Sat - 4 to 6 pm for women only. Sunday, 8.30 am to 10.30 am for all.
Sri Ramkrishan Math, 12th Road, Khar, Saral Sanskrit Pathshalla: Every Wed and Sat, 4 to 6 pm.
Pupils School and Sharda Vidya Mandir, Khar Education Society, S V road , Khar (W): Every Sunday, 10.30 to 11.30 am.
Training Program for Social Work for Volunteers July 29 - Oct 4. Tata ISS. 25563290 x 373Day care centre for children `Aangan` with all modern facilities. Children over six months of age can be admitted from 8.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m. Call Rajasthani Mahila Mandal 23801353 or 23861332.If you are an NGO needing help in accounting matters, contact AccountAid . AccountAid India provides advice on accounting and related problems (compliance with FCRA, Income Tax, Societies Act, budgeting, donor reporting, etc.) without any charge to NGOs, on a confidential basis. Publications also available.Sports Culture Coaching Facilities for Athletics, Football, Tennis, Cricket, Karate, Aerobics, Gymnasium & Wet Spa, Yoga, Kids Centre, Cyling, Laughter Club at the Priyadharshini Park by the Malabar Hill Citizens ForumMatrimonial Bureau for Hearing Impaired: Contact: Nilam Patel, Bahushrut Foundation, Prabhadevi, 24220477 email: nilampatel@vsnl.com see: www.bahushrutfoundation.org
Benefits: It is a double benefit plan that provides the following benefits to the members of the group. 

1. It pays the sum assured to the nominee of the member on the untimely death of the member during the tenancy of the plan. 
2. It pays the nominee of the member twice the sum assured on the untimely death of the member due to an accident during the tenancy of the plan.
 
Premium Indicative: Average premium is approximately Rs. 3/- to Rs. 8/- per thousand Sum Assured; depending on the size of the group, average age of the group and gender composition of the group. Bigger the size of the group, lower is the premium and lower is the age lower is the premium. 

Premium Payment Frequency: One Time payment, Individual pays to the Group/Society/NGO remits to Birla Sun Life Insurance Mumbai. 
 
Nomination: It is compulsory to make your nomination. Individual can nominate as per their choice or can nominate the Organisation to become their nominee. It varies from case to case. 

Joining of New Members: 
New members joining the group can be admitted to the ongoing plan as per the following rules 
Admitted to the plan on the date of renewal or 
Admitted for part of the year, on payment of premium due.

Members leave the Group: Members leaving the group during plan period automatically lose the insurance benefits. 

Claims: Simple declaration along with the required documents and certified copy of the death certificate to be filed with BSLI by the Group/NGO/Organisation/ Society. Payment will be made to the Nominee through the Group/ Society/Organisation. 

Renewal: The plan can be renewed before the date on which the existing plan comes to an end. 

Features: Easy Documentation, No Medical Tests and Simple Forms.

Future Strategy:

We have successfully achieved our short-term objective during the last four financial years with the help of active support and co-operation from like-minded developmental organizations and Aditya Birla Group trusts present in the rural areas. Now, we are looking forward to tie up with more such organizations to create awareness and increase accessibility of suitable insurance plan for the rural mass. 
We need your co-operation and support to meet the challenge. Please forward this plan to as many NGOs, to help us to provide insurance cover to the needy. All those who want to enroll for the plan or want any further information about the plan please contact us. 

Warm Regards
Sarita Chaudhary
Birla Sun Life Insurance
Email: saritachoudhary@birlasunlife.com 
Phone: 02256753461, 56783461
SAIPREM (next to Balaji Mandir) in Sector 10, Vashi is offering free consultation and help for employees having problems at their workplace. The facility is available on every SUNDAY between 10:30 am and 12 noon, subject to prior appointment on 27801867, 275772418, 27571062.FREE Eye Examination for school students. Any needed spectacle dispensed at extra reasonable price at "Eye Care Centre", Fort. If any poor and deserving students given only "lenses" free on recommendation from school authorities. School Authorities willing to have this offer are requested to contact : L N Bhaskar K Shetty (Optometrist), Tel: 22661739 ( 2pm to 7 pm).Free Medical Check-up for complete body with the help of Natural Health Science and will diagnose the disease without any cost or Lab test. Contact for Appointment: Dr. Jain, Natural Health Care, 14/B, Shop No. 5, Vrindavan Society, Thane- 400 601. Phone: 25368713 (only 6 to 8 pm).
If you are suffering from chest pain, breathlessness or wheezing...please do not ignore these symptoms. The right guidance will help you lead a more fulfilling life. To find out more, call Times Helpline at 26005555. For a complimentary asthma education booklet, write to: Seretide Cell, GlaxoSmithKline, Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai- 400030.Free Treatment for Piles cure within one month. Mr Deva Dutta on 36700765 / 98921 23338. Resi: 2628 1797.

A centre to care for the terminally ill opened at:
1) Karuna Hospital
Borivali (West)
2) Shanti Avedna
Bandra
3) Vincent De Paul Hospice
Trombay
4) Jyoti Terminal Centre
Panvel
5) St Catherine's Home
Andheri (West) {Only for Children}
This is for patients in the last stage of their life after doctors have given up hope. Patients are given mental, physical, spiritual and emotional support in their last days of their life. Patients have a Live In and Live Out choice; where patients can go home and return here if their health fails.

What free service do you offer?
A construction company is willing to selectively help out in construction projects of nonprofits. If you have any planned ideas, please send details.Nrityanjali "SUNDAY CLASSES" (1.30 P.M. to 6 P.M.) is the spirit of Nrityanjali and is the centre of activity. Here people of all ages learn together varieties of art forms, free of cost, under the founder director Guru Dr. Tushar Guha who has an in-depth study of Indian Folk Dances. Training in folk dances & dance dramas is an integral part of the Sunday Classes.

The Sunday Classes through their methodical interaction motivate & develop self-confidence, team spirit, leadership qualities and selfless attitude. Oratory, compeering, stagecraft, dress designing, make-up, stage management, choreography, in-depth knowledge of the art (history, geography, music, costume etc.), event management and the art of communication are the other aspects of these classes. many other great activities are listed at nrityanjali.org.in/about-us.htm

NRITYANJALI
35 B Miniland, Nrityanjali Marg, Bhandup,
Mumbai - 400078
Tel.25617388, 25953606
Telefax.25953606
E-mail : nrityanjali@vsnl.com

Outlet for NGO Products

Chetana Craft Centre
34 K. Dubash Marg, Kala Ghoda,
Mumbai - 400 023.
Telephone: 2288 1159
Email: chetana1946@chetana.com
www.chetana.com/cc.htm
Mrs. Chhaya Arya, Managing Director

see the website before calling. also see www.chetana.com/h.htm to understand the philosophy

I have a well equipped training class room. It is 20 seater, fully airconditioned, has Overhead LCD projection facility, sound equipment, etc. It is at Multi Dimension Training and Serivice Center, Shop 12, Vasant Sagar Yamuna, Thakur Village, Kandivli East, Mumbai 400101. Sunil Haribal haribalsm@hotmail.com 34066552.The Spiritual Care Department at Bhaktivedanta is a dedicated group of doctors, nurses and other support staff who reach out to the patients and help them through spiritual & emotional counseling. Counseling without barriers of culture, religion or language.

The phenomenal results of the program have urged us to devote more resources to this program. The departm