Sarvahitey was formed keeping in view the fact that a majority of Indian population is devoid of basic needs, and basic infrastructure to self-realize those needs. Being a group of socially conscientious members, Sarvahitey was formed to cater to the underprivileged, their needs, and gradually making them self-sufficient to fulfil their personal, familial, financial and societal obligations.
NGO success rarely comes from the idea. Instead, it comes from the founding team’s never-say-die attitude and relentless execution, and a NGO can only be as successful as its founding team. Visionaries not only come up with the purpose for the NGO but also will hold the organization to it.
The Advisory Board is another proud segment of the Organization. The Advisory Board boasts of well achieved individuals who have taken the responsibility of taking Sarvahitey to its apex. The Advisory Board, among other things, makes connections for the NGO, and brings in new ideas and projects which the NGO, through its resources, can establish and bring to fruition.
The Advisory Board has also helped the NGO in fundraising and establishing of its Library at Kullu, among other various tasks, which has helped Sarvahitey in securing a foothold in the existing projects, be it Educational, Libraries, or Community Welfare. Whenever the NGO feels the need for having an unbiased perspective on the working of any of its project(s), the Trustees turn towards its Advisory Board.
Working for an NGO can be a challenging activity. However, it is also the most satisfying job, in terms of, goals. Working in an NGO will broaden your perspective. It will cause an impact on the way you pursue your objectives and make decisions.