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Society in Meerut

Meerut has long been known as a center of agricultural and industrial activities and has been showing rapid progress in its economy. The conservative background in the modern environment is what makes the city a dwelling place for people of all ages, races, caste and creed. The society here has maintained a fine blend of traditions and customs, creating a symbiotic atmosphere for all and marching towards growth and development. As the city is marching towards development, utmost care is taken to provide adequate measures to harness individual interest, treat the old and elderly, infirm and needy with utmost care and respect. A number of NGOs, old-age care homes, orphanages and other social welfare organizations work for the overall well-being and development of the society. By doing so they act as the catalysts of social change, affecting the society and people at large.

Meerut Society

Meerut Diocese

The Catholic Diocese is an ecclesiastical community of Parish who is involved in a whole host of services ranging from health, social welfare, education and religious services. The Diocese of Meerut comprises of eleven civil districts including those of Muzzafarnagar, Dehradun, Haridwar, Moradabad, Meerut, Saharanpur, etc. The Meerut Diocese has been involved consistently in social welfare activities such as running orphanages, old age homes, hostels for the mentally challenged, hostel for the handicaps, etc. Besides, they have been creating awareness about health and sanitation issues, women rights and property rights of the people in villages. Various camps and awareness programmes are being conducted by the from time to time by the Meerut Diocese to educate people on various issues. Read More

Orphanages in Meerut

Meerut Child line by Janhit Foundation

Meerut Child line is a toll-free number that has an outreach to the needy children of the city. Meerut Child line is an initiative by the Janhit Foundation, in collaboration with the Ministry of Child and Women Welfare and the State Government. They have been carrying out programs for the support of the abandoned and abused children. The toll-free number is 1098 and functions round the clock that caters to abused children, mentally ill, children affected by HIV, destitute and street children.

Address: 180/7 Shastri Nagar Near Rangoli Mandap, Meerut
Telephone No.-0121-2763418, 4004123
Email :

Other Orphanages in Meerut

Karan Ashram
Behind Lokpriya Hospital, Garh Road,
Telephone No-0121-2601901, 2760040

Satyakam Care Home
No.99, Bijli House, Ganga Nagar
Telephone: 0121-3244293, 9639015593

Vaishya Bal Bhavan
Shivajinagar, Meerut

Orphanage Home
Gandhi Nagar, Meerut

Sri Sai Sansthan Charitable Trust
House no 104, street no-2
Thapar Nagar, Meerut

Old Age Homes in Meerut

Abha Manav Mandir Varisht Nagarik Sewa Sadan

Abha Manav Mandir is a home for the elderly which is named after Late Shri Manish Govil. This care home for the aged is equipped with all facilities and amenities such a prayer home, library, lift facility and is located in an area of 20,000 Sq.ft in the heart of the city at Mawana Road. Currently, there are around 60 senior citizens residing here in this home. Adequate health care, personal attention, doctor-on-call facility, lift facility in a pristine environment is made available to the residents. Various plans of stay options are chalked out for the residents here depending on their need and comfort.

Abha Manav Mandir Varisht Nagarik Sewa Sadan
Manish Govil Memorial Trust
Panchvati Colony, Mawana Road, Meerut
Telephone No. 0121-4026012, 2622035

Jyoti Niwas Orphanage
Subhash Nagar

Sankalp Shiksha Prasar Samiti

Sankalp Shiksha Prasar Samiti is an NGO working for child rights. They take appropriate legal action for the violence of child rights resulting in child abuse, violence towards children and child labour. In their 25 years of operations this organization has spread across seven districts adjoining Meerut and has been taking collaborative steps with the Government and local bodies to fight for the cause of child rights.

Contact Details
F-12,Chatan Medical complex, Chippi Tank, Meerut
Telephone- 0121-4051622, 9411894235

Other Old Age Homes in Meerut

Lala Ramanuj Dayal Vaishya Bal Sadan
Shivaji Marg
Meerut – 250002

Gramodyog Sewa Ashram
Medpur Village, Post Kinanagar
Telephone: 0122-3114314, 2313422

Prem Nivasru
85, Hill Street , Meerut Cantonment
Telephone: 0121-2646607, 2651150

Amar Samaj Seva Samiti
(505/4 Saluja Bhawan), 80 Karoli Road,
Begum Bagh, Meerut
Telephone: 0121-4058058

Blind Welfare Organizations in Meerut

Welfare organizations for the blind impart training, alternative teaching methods and have various tools and methods for the blind. Brij Mohan school for the blind is a pioneer in the welfare activities for the blind children.

Contact Details
Brij Mohan School For The Blind
Dayal Bagh, Suraj Kund Road,Opp. ISKCON Temple,
Telephone No. 0121-2660188, 9319310488

NGOs in Meerut

A whole host of NGOs have their presence in Meerut who work for a wide range of social welfare schemes ranging from running homes for handicap children, homes for special children, centres for environmental awareness, centres that aim at creating awareness for health and sanitation in the slum pockets of the city etc. Know More

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