Who we are
Laxmivasudev Foundation (LVF) is an independent, voluntary, non-governmental and non-profit organisation working for the up-liftment and holistic development of poor, underprivileged children, women and vulnerable families.
LVF is an NGO registered as charitable trust by government of NCT/Delhi under Indian Trust Act, 1882. With a rights based, non-institutional approach the organisation endeavours to educate and impart life skills to vulnerable children, weaker sections, 3rd gender and women so that they become self-reliant and exit the generational cycle of illiteracy and poverty. Our distinctive goal is to empower women and children from poor and marginalised communities leading to improved life of dignity through economic empowerment, better health and education.
Most of the activities are sponsored by CSR fund of Laxmivasudev Private Limited company. Donations from other sources are also welcomed.
Founder & Trustee – Mrs Anita Gupta
Other Trustees –
- Shri Ashok Kumar Gupta
- Miss Kirti Gupta
- Shri Ashvani Kumar Gupta
- Shri Vijay Prakash Kandu
- Shri Atul Mishra, Ghaziabad, Delhi/NCR
- Afzal Ovais Faiz, UP/West Bengal/Overseas
- Sujeet Gupta, Nagar Panchayat Maghar, Sant Kabir Nagar (UP)
- Pradeep Kumar Srivastav, Sakalpur, Varanasi (UP)
- Mazhar Husain, Magar, Sant Kabir Nagar (UP)
- Mohit Kumar, Chiraiyakot, Mau (UP)
- Sanjiv Phoolchand Gupta, Mumbai, Maharashtra
- Bikash Kumar, Tinsukia, Assam
- Suman Yadav, Amausi, Lucknow (UP)
- Pradeep Kumar Shaw, Serampur, Kolkata (W.B.)
- Sonal Gupta, Mirpur Chhawni, Kanpur (UP)
- Poonam Gupta, Sahjanwa, Gorakhpur (UP)
- Shamsher Khan alias Guddu Khan, Maghar, S. K. Nagar (UP)
A world where every child, woman, poor is loved and respected regardless of age, race, sex, religion, class or caste;
Is fed and clothed and housed within a caring family environment;
Has free access to quality education and training in line with her or his abilities and interest;
Has free access to quality health care;
Has freedom of speech and can speak out without any fear or favour;
Is aware of his or her civilian duties with his or her rights;
Has free access to right to play and leisure;
Is free from exploitation and abuse and from direct or indirect effects of armed conflict or communal violence.
A world where every child is free to be a child and live in dignity and has a hope for future.
LVF addresses the challenge of making the Constitution of India and UNCRC a reality, particularly for those people who are most vulnerable, neglected, abused and exploited. LVF is committed within its mandate to work towards solidarity among voluntary organizations, Government and all Civil Society Organisations for addressing the concerns of all poor, dejected and helpless people.
Aims & Objectives:-
Empowerment & Welfare of women
Welfare of Weaker sections
Development Issues- Work for Rural Development, Urban Development, Poverty Alleviation, Skill Development of youths, unemployed people, women and people from weaker sections.
All issues for promotion of Science and Technology including Biotechnology. Promoting agricultural, scientific and industrial research.
Education & Skill Development
Health & Fitness
Environment – All issues related to Conservation of land, water, fresh air, forest, and animals.
Arts, Culture & Sports- To provide all types social, Cultural, Dance, Arts, Painting, crafts, sports facilities to the people of the country and arrange Exhibition, workshop, Seminars etc.
Miscellaneous Social Issues(Charitable)
What we want to do-
To make quality and transparency for the services entrusted to the NGO in each sphere of life.
To make our-selves available to the humankind where they feel in need.
Laxmivasudev Foundation’s mission is to make real the idea of society consisting of free and equal citizens who are able to come together and solve the problems that affect them in their particular contexts. The commitment is to work for a paradigm of development and governance that is democratic and people centric.
Our Trust seeks to institutionalize the idea that development and governance is not only to be left to the State and its formal bodies like the legislature and bureaucracy, but that citizens and their associations should engage separately and jointly with the State. The mission briefly, is to construct the conditions in which citizens of plural backgrounds and perspectives can come together and deliberate on how they can work to benefit and empower the least advantaged in society.