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To achieve Peace, Unity and Universal Brotherhood through community participation in spreading social awareness and ensuring economic development.
To work towards building an enlightened and humane society.
To reach more people from the underprivileged sectors and ensure a platform of hope, support and help through our service.
Tapasvi has been operational since 25years and is a secular, non-governmental, non-political, non-sectarian, non-profit making organization, founded in the year 1997 by Ms. Padmavathi, driven by her passion for service to mankind.
In the year 1994, Ms. Padmavathi along with a couple of her friends formed a small team and started serving in underprivileged sectors. Then on 1st January 1996, they coined the name Tapasvi, which was later officially registered on 26th June 1997, bearing the Registration No: 3052/1997. Tapasvi also has 12A, 80G, FCRA registration certificates in place.
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Tapasvi Elders Care Centre
“ Old Age believe me, is a good and pleasant thing. It is true you are gently shouldered off the stage, but then you are given such a comfortable front stall as a spectator. ” – Confucius.
Tapasvi serves poor, abandoned and helpless senior citizens who wish to age gracefully with dignity and need assistance with daily living.
Tapasvi Childrens Welfare Centre
Children are the world’s most valuable resource and its best hope for the future: J. F. Kennedy
We adopt children who are orphans, semi-orphans, challenged and economically backward and provide them with the basic necessities – free food, clothing and shelter, and provide them with modern education system in our school by fostering critical thinking, life skills, value education, analytical skills and decision-making skills, apart from the regular academic curriculum. We prepare students for the realities of the modern world.
Tapasvi Women Empowerment
“I measure the progress of a community by the degree of progress which women have achieved.” – B. R. Ambedkar
Women’s rights mainly include equality, dignity, and freedom from discrimination as per our constitution. Empowerment entitles people to have power and control over their own decisions.
Tapasvi believes that empowered women will be able to exercise their power for the benefit of self, make meaningful contributions to the well-being of society and gain respect for themselves.
Sheltering of old, unproductive and abandoned cows in traditional cow shelters (gaushalas) is an ancient practice in India. Their slaughter is illegal in most states of our country today. Cow seva (caring for the cows) is considered one of the highest forms of service.
We take pride and pleasure in serving Gau or Cow by engaging in cleaning, maintenance and Go Daana activities.
Tapasvi CSR Collaborations
We have forayed into CSR collaborations in recent times.
We have been very fortunate to have been associated with Infosys for projects under our women empowerment wing and with SBI.
Tapasvi Helpling Hands
“ The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, To be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some Difference that you have lived and lived well ” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
The social interaction that comes with volunteering can also decrease the risk of depression and alleviate feelings of isolation and loneliness.
I heard about Tapasvi from a colleague and I went to their location to see their service. They warmly welcomed me and explained me all their current and upcoming projects. I really like their vision and their dedication. I hope they help more and more needy people with all people’s support.