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Veedhi Balala Sneha Sangam (VBSS) is a registered Non Profitable Charitable Organization - NGO under the Society's registration Act of 1960 (No.3163/2000). Constituted in 2008 by the like - minded people.

We have been promoting and providing basic needs of the people across various sections of the society in different fields including children, education, sports, orphans, deafblind & disabled, healthcare and empowerment of women working with them at an individual level without discrimination of caste, creed and religion; besides providing help and aids for animal welfare and protecting environment.

With our well recognized programmes, initiating and running many welfare schemes and vocational courses, computer training, other skills training for women and the benefit of the poor and deprived; besides awarding scholarships to more than 100 students anually to sustain their activities.

With the humanitarian objective of serving the poor and downtrodden in various fields, our help has not limited to the periphery of the city but has spread it wings across the remote villages and isolated schools as well.

This society is an independent entity and is primarily a charity or NGO in Hyderabad and has no political, religious or commercial affiliation. It serves humanity irrespective of caste, creed, colour or religion. While spending money on charitable activity, it is ensured that the charity is not misplaced or wasted. Proper verification and cross checks are made before and after giving scholarships, donations etc. to ensure that financial assistance given is properly utilized.

our mission

Encouraging every productive intellectual and collective potential to become strength of a needy

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1 in 11 children go to work when they are supposed to be in the school.

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Our youth hold the future of our country. With quality education and encouragement

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our programs

Street Children, Education, Literacy, Environment, Forests, Food Processing, HIV/AIDS and Legal Awareness

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