•Nadar Foundation is helping underprivileged patients to pay for their hospitalization and medicines, 500 plus patients have availed this service. •They have adopted 150+ under privileged students from various schools and colleges •Nadar Foundation in collaboration with other professional organizations has provided skill bases and professional course to more than 1000 children. •They have planted more than 20000 trees in Punjab thereby helping the environment.
•Ek Jot Viklang School is for special children 150 students have been impacted through this initiative. •So far Global Welfare Association through its various initiatives have made 1000 women Self Dependant. •More than 35 family disputes have been resolved and those women have been rehabilitated.
•He runs 5 schools in his personal capacity with more than 250 students and 50 such families have been impacted by this initiative. •He was invited for a Global conference at Yale University, USA to share his work for transforming the life of slum children in India. •He was honoured by the Punjab Government on Independence day in 2016 with State Award, bestowed by the Chief Minister.
Mr. Padmanaban founded “No Food Waste,” a systematic operation of excess food identification and recovery network, which currently feeds 500 hungry people each day in multiple cities. He also founded Toilet First, with an aim to create open defecation free cities, constructing 600 individual household toilets, with the assistance of Corporation, Community, Corporate, and Students. His other notable initiatives are Edudharma, No Dumping, Citysenze and Social Capital.
The organization RBS ROOTS was founded in the year 2010. It relentlessly undertakes tree plantation campaigns in Ludhiana and was even labeled as TREVOLUTION by Google Earth maps. The platform also undertook a project named PANJ PAANI which worked towards the welfare of the SATLUJ River. RBS ROOTS also focuses on other issues such as ground water pollution in Ludhiana as well.
Gurmangal Dass, the president of YFC, saves youth from drugs and gives them a sustainable lifestyle. YFC uses its “Sports for Development” curriculum to develop Life Skills in children, in addition to the sports curriculum. YFC is currently working in 40 villages of the area and delivers its services to 4000 children. The platform has touched the lives of more than 30,000 children and youth since its inception.