Vision & Mission

Our Mission

To promote efficient and effective giving that provides greater opportunities to the poor in India. The vision of our organization is to mitigate the sufferings, turmoils, trials and tribulations and hardship of poor people in the society. In view of the above, we are striving hard to eradicate them and make the poor people as partners in the mainstream of the project activities by availing facilities being extended by both National and International Donor Agencies. BSKS (Bhartiya Samaj Kalyan Samiti ) is NGO in India registered, Non-profit motive, voluntary social service organization formed by youth and women hailing from the bottom strata of the rural society & having a clear insight into socio-economic and health issues faced by the downtrodden, underprivileged and marginalized segments of the rural communities. Its objectives are Women Empowerment, Integrating the socio-economic, cultural & Work for the transfer mastery framework and community reconciliation, To create health awareness among the community at the living places, To conduct evening tuition classes for adolescent girls, To form self-help groups for women. Working towards income-generating projects for Dalit widows, skill development training for adolescent girls, running crèche centers for 1-6 yrs age group children, Science & Technology awareness programs for rural farmers in Varanasi District area of Uttar Pradesh.

Our Vision

A strong “giving” culture where Indians donate 2% of their income every year to give the poor a chance. A vibrant “philanthropy marketplace” to ensure that the most efficient and effective nonprofits get access to the most resources. Our beliefs and approaches –

Sacrifice –

we believe that every individual must ‘give till it hurts’, demonstrating the willingness to share one’s fortunes with those less privileged.

Deserve our needs –

We believe that we need to earn our keep, rather than assume it is as a right. We need to give first and then ask in return.

Adding value –

We believe that we add value only when we do something that no one else is currently doing, or when we do it in a better way.

Passion –

Bhartiya Samaj Kalyan Samiti believes that working with a ‘burning desire’ to make a difference, is the greatest motivator to do something meaningful.

First Principles Approach –

Bhartiya Samaj Kalyan Samiti believes that we must do things because they make sense to do, and not simply because that is how everyone else does it. Blind faith is the enemy of all innovation.

Focus on the poorest –

Bhartiya Samaj Kalyan Samiti believes that we must do things because they make sense to do, and not simply because that is how everyone else does it. Blind faith is the enemy of all innovation.

Focus on the poorest –

All that Bhartiya Samaj Kalyan Samiti does is directed towards improving the lives of our ‘real customer’- the poorest of the poor.

Transparency and accountability –

As ‘trustees’ of tax payer resources, we believe in being proactively accountable and transparent in all that we do and to all our stakeholders.

The need for a “giving culture”

Underlying everything Bhartiya Samaj Kalyan Samiti does is the belief that equity or “equal opportunity” is the cornerstone to civilization. Every human being must have roughly the same opportunity to succeed in life, irrespective of where or how s/he is born. Unfortunately, this tends to not be true. The last two decades have witnessed a widening of the gap between the rich and poor in India. While the poor in India don’t get a fair chance to succeed in life (lack of access to decent education, healthcare and livelihood opportunities), the well-off continue to enjoy benefits from a globalizing economy- greater incomes, reducing taxes, 100% inheritance, etc. The net result is a ticking time-bomb of growing social unrest. Bhartiya Samaj Kalyan Samiti believes that a caring and sensitive well-to-do section can change this without waiting for the situation to explode. we should not allow this to let us off the hook when it comes to personal morality. Each of us could probably afford to give much more to private, charitable efforts to alleviate poverty and suffering. Indeed, given the failure of our political leaders to provide anywhere near an adequate response, private action has become indispensable.”