Bal Sahyog is one of the famous children homes in Delhi. It is the oldest children home located in the Central Delhi. This children home is registered as a NGO under section 80G.
Basically this NGO works on child development and child education but there are 6 more centers where women empowerment programs are running successfully.
Founded by former Prime Minister of India Smt. Indira Gandhi, Bal Sahyog offers residential accommodation to more than 100 children. Prime Minister of India is the patron of this NGO.
This non government organization is promoted by various CSR activities. The major donors of this NGO include Tech Mahindra, Essel Foundation, GAIL, BHEL, Delhi Government and Central Government. There are numbers of individuals who contributed to the NGO in the form of money, ration, clothes, sweets, stationeries and more.
At present, Mrs. Reva Nayyar is the chairperson of this children home. She is a retired IAS Officer. She has a great experience of management and administration. She has more than 40 years of rich experience. She worked with numbers of government organization like Joint Secretary Lok Sabha, Joint Secretary Deptt. of Revenue, and Advisor Planning Commission.
Haresh Gupta is serving as an Executive Director of this NGO. He is a well-trained doctor and serving from the last 2 years.
Bal Sahyog is the home to numbers of helpless, orphan and neglected children. All the children in the NGO live like a family. This children home offers great accommodation as well as education support. The children who are mentally retired used to learn basic education in the non formal education cell. There is a school in the campus of this NGO. This school is supported by Delhi Government.
Bal Sahyog celebrates all the festivals with great joy and enthusiasm. Every year, children of this NGO participate in various competitions like dance, fancy dress, quiz, debate, singing and more. Numbers of celebrities came to the NGO for entertain children. Last month, Brett Lee (famous Australian Cricketer) was there to promote his NGO. He spent good time with the children of Bal Sahyog.
As a volunteer, I found numbers of great things to learn in this NGO. I established good relationship with the children of the Bal Sahyog. It was a great experience to connect with children who have been lost their parents, their family. I used to visit the NGO frequently. There are numbers of good students in this NGO. But Vijay, Raja and Sintu Kumar are my favorite students.