Kar Seva Foundation's Free Eye Camp

I have always had a great passion for helping others and in November 2008, I embarked on my very first charity project in India…this was the beginning of the Kar Seva Foundation and my journey to help the needy.

I personally attend and participate in each project, as I firmly believe there is no greater reward than experiencing first hand the efforts involved and the impact the foundation's work has on the lives of individuals it is able to help.

Through hard work, determination and great support from family and friends, the Kar Seva Foundation has carried out several projects to date including:

Home for the Blind & Disabled - Malerkotla, India (November 2008). Shoes and blankets were donated to the students of this home for the blind and disabled.

Local Village School - Salar, India (November 2008). Shoes and blankets were donated to children at a local school in Salar village.

Free Eye Camp - Amargarh, India (March 2009). This open eye camp was attended by almost 600 people. Free eye check-ups were provided to each, with 95 cataract operations being carried out.

Free Eye Camp - Malerkotla, India (November 2010). Almost 700 people attended this open eye camp, all who were given free eye check-ups. Cataract operations were carried out on 95 patients and more than 300 people received spectacles and medicine.

Free Camp for the Disabled - Malerkotla, India (October 2012). Tricycles, wheelchairs, commode stools, crutches and walkers were provided to over 100 people.

Orphanage for Muslim Children - Malerkotla, India (October 2012). Duvets were provided for the children at this orphanage.

Pingalwara - Sangrur, India (October 2012). Cardigans, jumpers and dresses/suits were provided to the 240 residents at this institution for abandoned and orphaned children, sick, elderly, mentally and physically disabled men and women.

Pingalawara - Samana, India (October 2012). Three months supply of food was provided for the 350 residents at this institution for people with mental and physical disabilities.

Free Eye Camp - Ahmedgarh Mandi, India (October 2012). This free eye check-up and operation camp was attended by almost 400 people. Cataract operations were carried out on 60 patients and the rest were provided with spectacles and medicine.

Free Eye Camp - Malerkotla, India (October 2015). This was the 4th eye camp held by Kar Seva Foundation with a turnout of almost 750 people who were all provided with free eye checks and 130 needing cataract operations.

The above projects have helped many people over the years and I am sincerely grateful to you all for your support and donations. I hope that your generosity will continue for Kar Seva Foundation's future projects too.

I will update you on upcoming projects shortly. In the meantime, please see the slideshow below for an overview of work carried out by Kar Seva Foundation.

Many thanks,

Dhano Singh
Kar Seva Foundation

Donations

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  • Steven Cochran 
    • £20 
    • 35 mos
  • Michael O'Farrell 
    • £25 
    • 35 mos
  • Tamika Riley  
    • £10 
    • 35 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • £5 
    • 39 mos
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    • £10 
    • 39 mos
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Organizer

DHANO SINGH 
Organizer
Southall, Greater London, United Kingdom
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