We are a non-profit organisation with a mission to provide disabled children, women as well as the elderly with holistic engagement and empowerment programs to enable equitable growth in the society

About Us

SERVICE AGENCY FOR RURAL WOMEN AND CHILDREN

SARWC Society aims to rehabilitate and re-integrate both physically and mentally disabled people in the Kolar District of Karnataka.

SARWC-Service Agency for Rural Women and Children is a non-profit making; non political social service organization registered under the Karnataka Societies Registration Act of 1960 on 03/07/1997 with a mission to provide vulnerable disabled children, women as well as the elderly with holistic engagement and empowerment programs to enable equitable growth in the society and ensure dignified as well as healthier lives for them. Founder Mr.P.Megharaju along with his fellow colleagues started the organization with a dream to work for the greater good and have ever since pursued this dream to make a difference in the lives of disabled individuals and create reformed social order. SARWC have been running a special residential school for mentally challenged children since 21 years at Kantharaja circle, Avani Road, Mulbagal taluk, Kolar district, and Karnataka state.


Mission & Vision



OUR VISION

An equitable management of human resources with a major focus on rehabilitation and empowerment of persons with disablities

OUR MISSION

Every differently abled person needs to be restored their basic rights for food, shelter, education, employment, health care and economic independence with care and protection




Our Programs

Program Text

Focused Groups

1. Mentally Challenged Children. 2. Mild Mentally Challenged Youth. 3. Persons with Physical Disabilities 4. Parents or Guardians of Person' s with Disabilities


Our Activities

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Rehabilitation center for mentally ill road side destitutes

15-Aug-21

We at SARWC have initiated a programme of rehabilitation of mentally ill road side destitutes with food, shelter, treatment, counseling, vocational skills training and re integration of them with their families. At present there are 22 such mentally ill road side destitutes in our campus.

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Special residential school for mentally challenged poor and orphan children

15-Aug-21

We at SARWC have been running a special residential school for intellectually disabled / Mentally retarded poor and orphan children since 21 years in Mulbagal of Kolar district, Karnataka state. At present there are 104 such children in our campus who are facilitated with nutrition and hygienic food, shelter, special education, health care, therapies and job oriented life leading vocational skills trainings. As of the situation we are facing acute problem for the maintenance of the school in terms of dry rations, staff salary, educational materials, physiotherapy materials, clothes...etc. after the thunder hit of Covid-19 second wave, where as our target community is still suffering from the pandemic.

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Special residential school for mentally challenged poor and orphan children

15-Aug-21

We at SARWC have been running a special residential school for intellectually disabled / Mentally retarded poor and orphan children since 21 years in Mulbagal of Kolar district, Karnataka state. At present there are 104 such children in our campus who are facilitated with nutrition and hygienic food, shelter, special education, health care, therapies and job oriented life leading vocational skills trainings. As of the situation we are facing acute problem for the maintenance of the school in terms of dry rations, staff salary, educational materials, physiotherapy materials, clothes...etc. after the thunder hit of Covid-19 second wave, where as our target community is still suffering from the pandemic.

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Employable skills training for mild mentally challenged youths

02-Aug-21

We have started a programme of employable skills training and permanent employment generation activities ( Sheltered workshop ) for mild mentally challenged youths who have come from ultra poor family backgrounds to ensure them an economic independence with social dignity. our main objective is to make them self reliant and as the contributors of the society without a burden.

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Special residential school for mentally challenged poor and orphan children

02-Aug-21

We at SARWC have been running a special residential school for intellectually disabled / Mentally retarded poor and orphan children since 21 years in Mulbagal of Kolar district, Karnataka state. At present there are 104 such children in our campus who are facilitated with nutrition and hygienic food, shelter, special education, health care, therapies and job oriented life leading vocational skills trainings. As of the situation we are facing acute problem for the maintenance of the school in terms of dry rations, staff salary, educational materials, physiotherapy materials, clothes...etc. after the thunder hit of Covid-19 second wave, where as our target community is still suffering from the pandemic.

Members


Board Members

Dr.Sudhakar

President

Smt.Kalavathi

Vice-president

P.Megharaju

Secretary

M.Shankar

Joint secretary

N.M.Bhagyalakshmi

Treasurer

P.R.Pushmamma

Member

B.M.Shashikala

Member

M.N.Raghunath

Member

Smt.Gayatri

Member

Make a generous donation to help us reach more beneficiaries.

Account Number: 64022674128

Bank: State Bank of India

Branch: Mulbagal

IFSC Code: SBIN0040084


UPI ID: sarwc70195@barodampay


All donations are eligible for tax savings under 80G.

VOLUNTEER WITH US

We welcome volunteers to help us with training, graphic design and fundraising. For more information, mail us at sarwcngo@gmail.com



Get in touch

Mailing Address

Avani Road,Kantharaja circle, R.G.Ramappa building, Kothamangala post, Mulbagal taluk, Kolar district-563127

Email Address

sarwcngo@gmail.com

Phone Number

8722231685

SARWC Society