Everyone has a dream. Some are fortunate to see them come to pass. Circumstances force others to give up their dreams.
In November 1994, a group of concerned citizens gathered together and decided to work among the most disregarded people of Mumbai city. These are places where very few people want to go, but still a place where people live and have dreams.
From the child victimized in a treacherous red-light area to her trafficked mother, a casualty of sexual violence; from the child invisible behind high walls of the observation home to a languishing under-trial in the prison; from a stick tapping visually challenged person on the speeding train to a homeless child who lives on the street… each and every one of these people have a dream.
That was the birth of Sahaara Charitable Society with a vision of “Gifting Dreams”.