Wonder what you can do?


As a citizen:

Have you ever given heed to the condition of children selling books at traffic lights, begging at temples and tourist attractions, cleaning the floor of train coaches or picking rag? You must have encountered with such children many a times in your life. These children are one of the most deprived sections of our society as they suffer from extreme forms of deprivation, destitution and victimization. As a citizen, you can do a number of things to alleviate their sufferings. Most importantly, developing awareness about their life and the issues they live with day in day out and sharing the same with others. This will help a lot in sensitizing people around you – neighbors, friends, family members – and all those whose actions and initiatives might have an impact on the life of these children. You can even connect the needy children with the NGOs and government-managed institutions working for their welfare. A very small act of love and concern from our side can change their life forever. Always treat them with love, respect and dignity. If you want to do more and become part of a systematic effort, you can always do better by volunteering at Nanhi Muskan. From field work to the work relating to planning and strategy development, opportunities for you at Nanhi Muskan are numerous.

As an NGO or Individual:

Nanhi Muskan is always open to collaborate with people and organizations working with children in difficult circumstances. We gladly share our materials, publications, policies, etc. for the benefit of others. You can always contact Nanhi Muskan for that. This is in essence, an effort in the direction of learning from one another.

As a Professional Social Worker

As a Professional Social Worker If you are looking for an opportunity to work with children in need of care and protection, then Nanhi Muskan can be a place of your choice. Contact us.

As a Donor:

We welcome all who want to lend a hand to deprived children by donating funds. You can be a corporate, national or international donor or an individual. Donations to Nanhi Muskan are exempted from tax deductions under sections 12A and 80G of the Income Tax Act. We comply with all legal obligations required to receive foreign donation.

How To Volunteer


Volunteerism or volunteer services have been part of virtually every civilization and society. Defined in broad terms it is the contribution made by individuals in terms of quality time, specialized skills, fiscal support, etc. This entails varied shades and actions ranging from well-being of the neighbours, the community or the society at large.

At Nanhi Muskan Welfare Society we consider each and every volunteer as an asset to the organization. Apart from a few highly dedicated full time members who take care of day to day activities and administration, all the projects and grass root activities are handled by volunteers. 

Nanhi Muskan Welfare Society believes that all who share a commitment to our mission are welcome to join us in our work regardless of their background, ethnic origin, race, age or gender. Every member of the family is valuable and everyone’s time, talents, and efforts are special gifts that are to be appreciated, respected, recognized, and never taken for granted.

At Nanhi Muskan Welfare Society, in every step of the way, we have found people who care and are willing to do their share to help a child and spread hope and cheer among children in need of critical medical assistanceNanhi Muskan Welfare Society Volunteers come from various walks of life. They assist in so many wonderful ways, by participating in the several programmes.