We want to serve humanity.
We have always felt that it is our duty to give back to society.
While setting up the foundation we met a lot of people who shared our Vision for an Ideal Society and wanted to bring about real positive change.
We are proud of the fact that today Joy of Helping is not just ensuring Education for the Underprivileged, Providing Healthcare, Eliminating needless Blindnessness, Empowering, and Enabling Women to Support their Families, Providing Facilities to Differently-abled Children but also Empowering many Young Lives and that we have been able to provide Healthcare to the Women and Children.
Our mission will not be complete until the time we see all faces around us smiling and ensure that nobody loses the courage to fight the adversities of life.
Mrs. Prafulla Shah and
Mr. Ramesh Shah
Founders of Joy Of Helping.
To Put Humanity Back Into Nonprofit’s Impact
When relaying the impact of donors’ support, look beyond just the math and the finances.
A spreadsheet may prove that you are handling your finances wisely, but what can that tell you and your donors about the integrity, dignity, and honor of the people you’re impacting?
Human-centered development hinges on a personal connection with the very people you serve. The idea is to build this connection by spending meaningful, face-to-face time with your constituents.
Why Donate to our Causes?
Stronger Bonds Lead to Greater Impact
When you stay connected to the people you’re serving, you’re ultimately able to create a bigger impact.
The power structures of development start to shift from top-down to eye level. This establishes trust and impact to last beyond a community’s immediate needs.
Why Volunteer with us?
Our program participants are not just numbers in the Joy of Helping notebook and expenses in our program’s budget, but rather individuals with unique stories of love, life, and challenge.
Don’t be afraid to tell these stories to our donors. These personal narratives will uphold the dignity of our program beneficiaries and ultimately allow donors to feel connected.
Our donors are just as human and emotion-driven.
Cater to that instinctive human desire to connect, share, and love; with us.
Share stories, not spreadsheets—it will bridge the gap between donors and program participants, highlighting the common humanity in us all.