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With ground breaking vision and hearts full of hope our team has been constantly working towards helping the underprivileged


Shaheed Ramashray Welfare Society, is an NGO, based out of Noida founded in 2018, by Chairperson Devanshi Yadav (Masters in Journalism and Mass Communication). Shaheed Ramashray Welfare Society was established with an aim to encourage adoption, help the underprivileged, and spread awareness about mental health.

Starting with individual cases of helping the survivors and victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse, the NGO grew to open a centre for education and skill development where almost 500 underprivileged women and girl child are provided with formal education, skill development, self-defence classes and more.

Every year the kids from the centre get to showcase their talent in various exhibitions and events held by the NGO. These girls are also provided with a certified diploma. Many of these activities are conducted under our campaigns ‘Aazaadpankh’ and ‘Bhiksha Nahi Shiksha Do’ which were embarked upon with the intent to reach out girls and women from the underprivileged strata of the society. 

Apart from the current centre, the NGO has initiated the construction of another building that will be used to conduct classes for children.


Furthermore, the NGO has made relentless efforts towards creating a safe space for members of the LGBTQ+ community. We strongly believe that our Santan Dharam is ever evolving and we aim at pulling out the people still stuck in the static 16th Century Victorian Era Morality.


We have to shed light on who we were before we let ourselves be defined by the diktats of the erstwhile British Raj. For which the NGO has created a help-line number for the members of the LGBTQ+ community as well as anyone struggling with their identity and sexuality to get in touch with lawyers and psychologists who can help them deal with these social dogmas.

The NGO also aims towards spreading awareness and removing any prejudice surrounding mental health in India by creating a helpline number where people looking for help can reach out to certified psychologists and discuss their problems in a safe, judgement free space.

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