Bal Kalakaar

23rd Dec 2012, It was a week before the new years eve of 2012 and the huge celebration to bring a splash of colours to the lives of underprivileged children initiated. The entire event was conceptualized by volunteers from The Golden Bird Foundation in association with AIESEC, Indore (MP), in which students participated in a drawing competition and showcased their talents as BalKalakar- An artist in every child. Putting the thoughts on paper of more than 750 students from the top schools of the city and connecting them to under-privileged children from six different orphanage schools and homes. Both TGBF and AIESEC are the most active NGO in Indore. The participants were given ___ topics in which they portrayed their thoughts in realistic shapes and vibrant colours. The best art works were displayed and awarded. The event concluded with the dancing and singing performances from the children at Choithram International School. The money generated was used for funding the education and well-being of the children present in the event from the orphanages.

Blood Donation Camp

Thalassemia is a blood disease which is genetically transferred in which the body of the patient is unable to form normal hemoglobin which results in excessive destruction of red blood cells, further leading to anemia. Statistics reveal that in India thalassaemia major affects over 1, 00,000 people and over 8,000 reported thalassaemia births take place every year. Unfortunately, there are many more unreported cases as well. Such patients frequently require blood from outside sources as their body is incapable of fulfilling the need.
To create awareness and to encourage people to donate blood, The Golden Bird Foundation, popular as TGBF, with Gram Avam Nagar Surakhsha Samiti, Indore, NGO in Indore, organized Blood donation camp on 18th April 2013 to support thalassemia children. The camp was held at MY Hospital for supporting Thalassemia and Child Welfare Group. TGBF informed to the blood donors that their one donation can save up to three lives. The camp received an overwhelming response from 140 plus incubates to ensure timely availability of blood for patients during an emergency to save lives.


Computing India

Adult Computer Education: While Indore is slowly turning its routes towards IT and technological advancements, for many it’s a distant dream. To make the dream come true for the blue color industrial workers, The Golden Bird Foundation joined hands with _________ and are running computer classes for workers and slum adults in the evening at _________. From Microsoft Office basics to professional courses, we are opening the world of opportunities for this hard working class of the society.
Students Computer Education: Preparing the young generation to face the technological challenges of tomorrow has been our main aim with this project. Our collaboration with ______ is helping students get advanced computer education which can get them a better job. We provide quality computer education for the willing students who are unable to get it due to lack of financial resources. We are also providing 100% scholarship to the deserving children as a means of motivation.

Feeding India

Malnutrition is a major problem which both governments and NGO in India are dealing with. As per studies, every six out of ten children in Madhya Pradesh are malnourished. 88% of the population here is anaemic. Unfortunately, this is has been one of the major identities of the state. To reduce the problem to some extent, Dabur India Ltd. has joined hands with The Golden Bird Foundation with an understanding to work along for good health and well-being of people as their corporate social responsibility. As a regular fortnightly exercise, The Golden Bird Foundation distributes the refreshment products of Dabur to different orphanage homes and schools. The partnership is continuingly benefitting children of low socio-economic status.