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GRAPES is a registered Society , non-profit and service providing organization working for the welfare of the poor and down trodden, who are living in Rural & Coastal areas , The Head office is located at Singarayakonda Town in the District of Prakasam of Andhra Pradesh, South India. Our Organization had got its legal Identity on 22 September 2004 by the Registrar of Society under “Societies Registration Act 35 of 2001 “ bearing number 413 of 2004 and also got registered under U/S 80G , U/S 12A of income tax act 1961 ,PAN and TAN Numbers and FCRA.
To work towards creating a better India which provides basic health, education and empowerment to every citizen.
It is to empower people and communities in situation of poverty, illiteracy, disease and social injustice. Our interventions aim to achieve through economic and social programs.
GRAPES Organisation an NGO to support the underserved has taken its intervention into the interiors of India, reaching the unreached in the remotest of rural areas and urban slums with our services. Following a Lifecycle approach, Grapes Organisation works intensively through focused welfare projects in these major areas – child education, healthcare, Skills Training and Livelihood for Youth, community engagement through women empowerment, Disaster Relief & Rehabilitation.
Grapes Organization, the best NGO in India, works intensively through focused welfare projects in four major areas – Education, Health, Social, Environmental.
In keeping with its main Tagline of ‘Vision For A Better Tomorrow‘, Grapes Organisation , an NGO in Singarayakonda Mandal, Prakasam District, India to support the underprivileged, has taken its intervention into the interiors of India, reaching the unreached in the remotest of rural areas and urban slums with our services and making this helping foundation in India, the best NGO in India.
States Approached: Andhra Pradesh | Tamil Nadu
Villages Approached: 150+