Center for Social Service

Project Brief: Centre for Social Service is a voluntary, not for profit, non-governmental organization, promoted by academicians and philanthropists who share a common concern for the down trodden and under privileged young girls of our society.
Project Type: Formal Schools (description)
Primary Focus: orphans (description)

Secondary Focus: girls

Area: Urban
Supporting Chapter Contact: Stanford
Status: current / ongoing
Project Steward: Snigdha Potharaju
Project Partner(s): Vijayalakshmi Vemuri
Other Contacts: Mohammed Habibulla
Project Address: , H.No. 1-10/2, Plot No. 53,Mamatha Nagar Colony, Nagole,Hyderabad,
TELANGANA  500068
Tel: +91 9885472959
Stewarding Chapter: Stanford
Sep 2016StanfordUSD 5206
Mar 2016StanfordUSD 1867
Nov 2015StanfordUSD 1890
Aug 2015StanfordUSD 2838
Sep 2014StanfordUSD 2965
Jul 2014StanfordUSD 3047
Dec 2013StanfordUSD 2941
Apr 2013StanfordUSD 2428
Oct 2012StanfordUSD 2300
Mar 2012StanfordUSD 2700
Nov 2011StanfordUSD 2500
Feb 2011StanfordUSD 2760
Jul 2010StanfordUSD 2654

Total = $36096

Nimmagadda Anandamma Memorial Girls School is a free English medium school for economically
underprivileged girls. The school was established in June 2009. The school currently has classes upto class 6. We identify economically weak families in colonies like Banjara Colony, Labor Colony and Ambedkar Colony around our new building at Hayathnagar. All these families are below the poverty line and for some who make a decent living alcoholism is the bane of their lives. Providing basic education to these girls will definitely bring about a sea of change in their lives.
1. Provide basic education to underprivileged girls
2. Provide nutritious mid-day snacks to the children studying in the schools
3. Create awareness in the community by talking to parents of girl children
The main aim of the organization (Center for Social Service) is Education and Economic Empowerment of orphan, single parent and economically deprived girls. We want to impart free education to economically and socially deprived girls right from primary level itself. In the long run we are sure it will bring about a change in the attitude towards women and girls in particular in socially and economically backward communities.