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Service initiatives at DAIS Supporting NGOs


Advitya is an NGO that has been changing lives since August 2000. It is a vocational centre that provides constructive occupation through creative work to mentally challenged adults. The individuals at Advitya are those who are unable to continue in other special institutes due to their age or the need for special individual attention.

Aarmbh is an initiative of DAIS service in which students visit visit DR.Ernest BorgesMemorial Home which is a temporary shelter for children and their families who are receiving treatment at the Tata cancer hospital. The students set up board games as well as other activities during the afternoon sessions. They also raise fund in the annual CAS Fete for the children of the home.

Muktangan, Worli

Muktangan, an initiative of Paragon Charitable Trust and working in close partnership with the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai aims to create a model offering sustainable, community-based, low-cost, high-quality, inclusive, child–centred English medium education to the economically disadvantaged sections of society by training and employing community- members as teachers.
Jai Vakeel Foundation & Research Centre

The Jai Vakeel Foundation and Research Center provides holistic services delivered by well-trained staff through a nationally recognized curriculum and an engaged parent body. This curriculum includes languages, math, environmental studies, art, yoga and activities of daily living.
Birsa Munda Service Club

Angel Xpress Foundation

This is a Mumbai-based Section 8, 12 A and 80 G accredited, not for profit organisation. They started as a platform for concerned and conscious citizens of Mumbai who can spare their time and resources for the betterment of school going children from neighboring slums. Today, students enroll into their programs starting from Grade 2 and are tutored, mentored and guided through to Grade 12
Welfare of Stray dogs

About WSD

What is WSD ?
We are a non-profit trust dedicated to helping street dogs. The trust was set up in 1985 and is registered as a charitable trust under the Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1950

Toybank believes that investing in the mental development of at-risk children through early childhood development programs ensures that they have the right stimulation and nurturing for a better perspective towards life in their adulthood.
The Village Project

Village project 2019-20- With a view to make the ongoing social service project an integral part of the programme of study, all students of Class 11 actively take part in the DAIS Service Project ‘Empowering Rural India’. Each student will make one trip to the village at Kumbarghar near Pali or a new village which the school is working on. The students will work on the various infrastructure and educational activities being carried out in the village. This year the core group have constructed a few houses, made mud bricks, painted the school building and interacted with the village children. They also helped the farmers in the farming work during their weekly visits. The next step would be setting up communication facility in the village school for starting the online teaching program.


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