MS. NEERAJ SHARMA was born on 14 June 1991 in Udaipur city of Rajasthan state. She has a post-graduation degree in two subjects, namely, Hindi and political science, certificate of post- graduation diploma in computer application, and also B.Ed. After getting these educational qualifications, she took training of yoga and meditation from Guruji Acharya Kamlesh and afterward from yoga alliance international. She is a certified international yoga trainer & Sujok Master. Since she started understanding the real meaning of life, from then it was her dream to do something for humanity. So she is devoted for orphans, poor, tribal and needy people in the society
“The idea of GiveIndia was born very simply to bridge the gap between two sets of people – people who want to give, who want to try and make a difference along with those who are doing phenomenal work but don’t know how to reach out to the people who want to support them.”
— Aacharya Kamlesh (Founder)
Enabling A Giving Culture
BISO was born on JUNE, 2014 out of the belief that equal opportunity is the cornerstone of civilization. All human beings must have the same opportunity to succeed in life, irrespective of the circumstances they were born into.
However, this is far from true.
Individual wealth in India witnessed a growth rate of 10.91% in the year 2016-17 against 8.50% in 2015-16 . India also created higher number of high-net-worth-individuals with a growth rate of 9.5% against the Asia growth rate of 7.5%*.
And yet, 36% of children under 5 in India are malnourished*, 51 per cent of the women of reproductive age suffer from anemia*, 33 million children still do not attend school and employed in various forms of child labor,* 350 million Indians still face the burden of open defecation due to lack of access to sanitation facilities,* and close to 18,000 villages in India still do not have storage facilities for water.
We at BISO, aspire to change this inequality.
We do that by bringing together the people who want to give and the organizations that work to make a difference.