Developing community immunity is the only way to break the chain. In the absence of easily accessible vaccines, building the internal immunity system is one of the best ways to keep our vulnerable population safe.
With this in mind, Jeevan Asha has distributed 1000 Covid Care Kits consisting of vitamin C, vitamin D, zinc supplements and paracetamol.
Together we shall fight this pandemic.
It's that time of the year again! Classes are back in session, and learning is in full swing at Jeevan Asha. Our JA teachers are so excited to see their pupils again. Their education and moral development are our highest priority. Through our virtual classes we ensure our student's education is pandemic-proof!
Women’s Day At Police Station
“And one day she discovered that she was fierce and strong, and full of fire and that not even she could hold herself back because her passion burned brighter than her fears” - Mark Anthony
This International Women’s Day, Jeevan Asha took the opportunity to appreciate and honor such fearless ladies at the Commissioner Office, Thane City.
Asst. Commissioner of Police, Smt. Padmaja Chavan’s words on women empowerment and the history of Women’s Day inspired us immensely to continue our service to the community.
In a conventionally male dominated world, women are being recognized for their hard work, determination and skills. They are an inspiration to women across the globe. When little girls look at these stalwarts, they realize that they can aspire to be anything they dream of.
This Women’s Day, Jeevan Asha thanks the Women Police Officers for their sacrifice and commitment towards Society.
Felicitation for JA’s community interventions during the pandemic.
Founder Chairman of Jeevan Asha Charitable Society (JA), Mr. Basil D’Souza, was felicitated for JA’s community interventions during the pandemic.
We wholeheartedly thank the management of K. G. Joshi College of Arts & N. G. Bedekar College of Commerce Gandharva Festival for deeming us worthy of this honour.
“A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” — Winston Churchill.
The start of the pandemic brought the world to a standstill. While the challenges in front of us were overwhelming, it only strengthened our resolve to come up with innovative solutions. Being true to our mission to empower and transform communities, we tackled these challenges head on and came out victorious.
Online education, food drives, ensuring beneficiaries get their medicines, assisting in hospitalization, providing on call consultation with doctors, facilitating the acquisition of an automated RNA COVID extractor, raising awareness on COVID, organizing blood donation camps - have been a few of our community interventions during this challenging period.
We are optimistic that the end of that beginning is near. We are also realistic about what it’s taken to get here: the largest public health effort in the history of the world and we are grateful to have been a part of this.
From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, Assam to Gujarat, thousands of men and women fought together in India's freedom struggle.
Remembering our heroes this Republic Day!
Blood Donation Camp
Jeevan Asha (JA) organized its first blood donation camp at Savarkar Nagar in liaison with Triumph Foundation, a Charitable trust of Rotary Club of Thane Hills.
The camp was a great success. Dr. Varsha Pancholi of Triumph Blood Bank (which is associated with children with Thalassemia) was very grateful to JA as the pandemic had created a huge shortage of supply. Among the 53 registered, were 2 of our very own staff – Rosita Wagle and Vidya Yadav.
The HLC children, along with other children, participated in an online drawing competition...we're so proud of them.
'Giving is not just about making a donation, it’s about making a difference'.
Our heartfelt gratitude to all you wonderful people who generously gave towards the Food Drive. Undeniably, YOU have made a world of difference to a number of people (for many it was a matter of survival).
We have been able to reach 695 families. That’s 3475+ beneficiaries and counting.
We couldn’t have done this without you
Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse
An interactive session on ‘Personal Safety Education – Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse’ was organized for our parents and students. It was conducted first for the parents and then for the students. 81 parents (18 fathers) and 145 students of which 80 boys and 65 girls attended this session. The session was well appreciated by the parents.