Yogesh Rana, a resident of Kalaunda, faced existential problems until she discovered hope through Sundesh's cutting and tailoring training program. Completing the 6-month course, she began stitching clothes for her village, boosting her family's income significantly. Over 2004-2020, Yogesh trained 750 individuals, creating a positive impact in their lives. With newfound financial stability, she proudly educated her children. Today, her eldest son is an Aircraft Engineer in Indigo Airlines, her daughter serves as an Air Hostess in the same airline, and her youngest son played for India's cricket Under-19 team against West Indies. Yogesh credits Sundesh for transforming her life and expressing her gratitude for the opportunities provided. This success story highlights Sundesh's dedication to empowering communities through skill development.
Savita Devi, a resident of Village Samana in District Hapur, has become a beacon of inspiration for women in her community, thanks to Sundesh's support. Completing a 6-month beautician training program, Savita received certification that paved the way for her entrepreneurial journey. She began training other women from her village, earning Rs 3000/- monthly, and in 2022, she opened her own beauty parlour, elevating her earnings to Rs 70,000/- per month. This financial stability enabled her to provide quality education to her sons. Her elder son completed his JNM course, while her younger son finished B Pharma, and together they established a 20-bed hospital in their village. Savita expresses deep gratitude to Sundesh for making her journey smooth and better, as her success story continues to inspire others to pursue their dreams and achieve remarkable transformations in their lives.
Sundesh, formed the 'Yuva' SHG in 2004 with 20 determined members from Village DalautpurDhokri, Dhalauna. Among these inspiring individuals was Rajesh Rana, whose journey exemplifies the remarkable impact of this group. When Rajesh faced financial challenges, he turned to 'Yuva' for support, receiving a loan of Rs. 80,000 for his son Vartik's education. Today, Vartik stands proudly as a Flying Officer in the Indian Airforce, a testament to the transformative power of public welfare initiatives. Sundesh's SHG provided a platform where members contributed Rs. 100 each, allowing Rajesh to fulfil his dreams of educating his children, expanding his shop, and organizing their weddings. This success story showcases how collective efforts can create lasting change, and Sundesh's guidance has become a beacon of hope, inspiring countless others in the community.
Laxmi w/o Vijay Pal lives in Nidhawali, Block Dhoulana, Dist. Happur, UP, in Balmiki Colony. She is handicapped and has four young daughters & two sons. Her husband works as a labourer. They live in a kaccha house. The family earnings are very less.
Sundesh society was constructing toilets in the village but Laxmi was unable to construct the toilet. Then she met Mrs. Manju Joshi with the help of Mrs. Pushpa, the health worker of SUNDESH society. Manju Joshi collected her documents and discussed the problem with Mr. Sushil Kumar, the Manager, CSR and filed an application on her behalf. Mr. Susheel Kumar approved the application and SUNDESH society gave her financial support and also bought a door for the toilet to be constructed. Now Laxmi and her family members do not go for defecation in open and are thankful to SUNDESH for the help .
Anuj Nagar, son of Rame Nagar is a resident of Chouna village, Gautam Buddha Nagar, Uttar Pradesh. His father is a small farmer. Anuj has completed his senior secondary school from a government school and later did BA from Choudhary Charan Singh University. He belonged to an underprivileged family and was hence unable to buy costly books to accomplish his dreams. At that point he got to know about Gyaan Jyoti Library that was opened by SUNDESH society in Chouna. This library have so many books that can help him in higher competitive exams. He started going to the library to prepare for U.P Police exam. He did lot of hard work. He also prepared himself for physical test and finally achieved his goal. He got selected in U.P. Police. Currently he is pursuing his training in Kanpur. He is very much thankful to SUNDESH society and appreciated its work because it was Gyan Jyoti Library that helped him when he was losing his hope to fulfill his dreams.
Suraj, son of Ravindra Chandela is a resident of Chouna Village, Gautam Buddha Nagar, Uttar Pradesh. He belongs to a poor family. His father is a labourer. Suraj completed his BA and did his sister’s marriage by doing small jobs. His dream was to be a part of Defence Forces, so to fulfill his dream he started running and preparing for physical test. As he could not afford costly Competitive exam books so he started studying in Gyaan Jyoti Library that was being run by SUNDESH society. He did a lot of hard work and as a result he got selected in Para-military Force. Currently he is undergoing through is training in Rajasthan. His mother is very much thankful to SUNDESH society. Suraj believes that this library is a great initative by SUNDESH and Dabur. It really plays a great role in the lives of students from underprivileged families.
Kaushendra Khari, son of Sant Ram Khari resides in Chouna village, Gautam Buddha Nagar, Uttar Pradesh. His father is a small farmer. Kaushendra is eldest of three brothers and helps his father in running family expenses. He is a graduate with a dream of joining police force. He did some small jobs to buy competitive exams books but he couldn’t. Then he met a guy named Vikal who told him that he is preparing for competitive exams with the help of books available in the Gyaan Jyoti Library that is being run by SUNDESH Society. Kaushendra also started going to the library. He used to study in library during nights and did his other jobs during day. Finally his hard work and willpower resulted in his selection in U.P. Police PAC. Currently he is pursuing his training in Kanpur. He is very much thankful to SUNDESH Society and Dabur. He believes that we should we should take steps to make this library even better as it can play a great role in shaping the future of our youth. He has also suggested that a career counsellor should also be appointed here to provide counselling to the children. This will help village children grow.
Nagina, w/o Abraar Qureshi, studies in "Behno ki Pathshala", Dhoulana. She belongs to village Pahassur, Khurja, district Bulanshehar and has 2 daughters and her husband is a fruit seller.
Though her brothers are literate, Nagina did not get an opportunity to go to school and was forced to engage in household chores. She had a keen interest in studies and wanted to go to school, so fter her marriage, when her 3 year old daughter started going to school, she also expressed her desire for studying. She came to know about "Behno ki Pathshala" run by Sundesh and enrolled herself to study . Now, she is studying in the "Behno ki Pathshala", Dhoulana and has learned many things and even her daughter with her homework.
Now Nagina is happy as her desire to study and progress in life is being fulfilled with the help of Sundesh society.
Sundesh society’s Gyandeep Kendra is an initiative that works to educate the children belonging to the underprivileged section of the society. As the name suggests, the Gyandeep Kendra actually works at lighting the lamp of knowledge in those children’s life.
Komal Singh, d/o Raj Singh, is one such child whose life has been enlightened by the lamp of education. Komal is a resident of Nidhawalivillage, Block Dhoulana, district Hapur,U.P. She was a student of SundeshGyandeep Kendra since April 2007. She was a consistent learner and a very good student. After completing her elementary education at the SundeshGyandeep Kendra, she took admission inS.D.M.Public School, Shoulana. Her journey to chase her dreams got new wings and her efforts took her to new heights. She has now completed her school education with good percentage of marks acquired in 12th grade in the batch of 2019-20 of the school.
Komal is thankful to SundeshGyandeep Kendra an all the others who are a part of Sundesh Society for helping her in her journey of achieving good by setting the foundation of education for her. Her family expresses gratitude towards everyone who helped their daughter to complete her education.
Sana, d/o Akbar Ali, is one such child whose life has been enlightened by the lamp of education. Sana is a resident of Nidhawalivillage, Block Dhoulana, district Hapur, U.P. She belongs to a Muslim family where educating the girls is not given much priority. But her father wanted to give good education to his children and knew that Sana would do justice to all his efforts. She was enrolled intoSundeshGyandeep Kendra in April 2007. She was a consistent learner and a very good student. After completing her elementary education at the SundeshGyandeep Kendra, she took admission inD.K.S.H. Devi Public School, UnchaAnipur, Gautambudh Nagar, U.P. Her journey to chase her dreams got new wings and her efforts took her to new heights. She has now completed her school education with good percentage of marks acquired in 12th grade in the batch of 2019-20 of the school.
Sana wants to pursue B.Com in her higher studies and is thankful to SundeshGyandeep Kendra an all the others who are a part of Sundesh Society for helping her in her journey of achieving good by setting the foundation of education for her. Her family expresses gratitude towards everyone who helped their daughter to complete her education.
Samsuddin lives in Nidhawali village. He has six children. His dream is to make his children literate and successful in life. He is a poor landless agricultural labourer Shoken his younger son, used to study in Nidhawali SUNDESH Gyandeep Kendra. He studied there for three years and then he took admission in SDM Public School, Shoulana in April 2014. He also helps his father in his workand earns himself for his studies. His desire is to be an engineer. His father always promotes him to pursue f his studies. After complet class 12th 2019 he join ITI as fitter now he complete his itter training.
Ramveer Singh a Retard air force officer. He is a farmer too he personnel, decided to spend the rest of his life in his native village, Siwaya. One of his two sons deceased in an accident a few years ago. Rveer Singh and his wife were grieved. Then their younger son supported them and motivated them to involve in agricultural and plantation works to divert their minds.
Sundesh society picked up Siwaya for the NABARD Village Development Program. OPD was started through the Chunni Lal Medical Trust, a library was opened in the village and school development program was started. The village farmers were motivated to practice organic farming after conducting soil tests in their fields. Ramveer Singh participated enthusiastically in it. He planted 100 Poplar trees and approximately 50 fruit trees. He also motivated other farmers to do so. After 5 years2020, he sold those trees for a handsome amount. They are also getting ripe and juicy fruits to eat as it’s the time for the ripening of fruits that he grew.
Rramveer Singh expresses his gratitude towards Sundesh for helping them relive a life of happiness and hope which they had lost after their son’s death, and also for associating them with nature through plantation and agriculture.
Susheela is a resident of Chauna village since the last 25 years. She worked as an agricultural labourer along with her husband. She has 3 sons and their family did not have good living conditions in their small kaccha house. Susheela began working as a health worker with Chunni Lal Medical Trust at Sundesh and also formed a Self Help Group with the name ‘UTKARSH’. She began to save small amounts of money with other members of the SHG and also took a loan from the Bank to enroll her children in school and improve her house and living conditions.
Now Susheela also works as an Asha Worker with the PHC of Gautambudh Nagar. A toilet was also constructed in her home with the help of 700 se 7 Kadam Scheme of Sundesh society.
Susheela has also attended a training to make sanitary pads through Sundesh society and works towards creating awareness among the women of the village towards menstrual health and hygiene and other things related to their health as an individual.
Susheela is still working with Sundesh as a health worker and is grateful to Sundesh for helping her Improve her life and living conditions.
Rumali w/o Nanka is a resident of village Chouna. She works as a T.B.A. in the village with the help of Sundesh. She is the member of a self help group names ‘Khushi” where she deposits 200rs. per month. She took 10,000rs. As a loan from the SHG and bought a pair of a Buck and a Doe (goats). The pair gave birth to 4 female goats, out of which Rumali sold 2 and kept the rest with her. She uses the goat milk in her household and procures the fodder for the goats to feed them timely. Her daughter-in-law and grandchildren take care of the offspring of the goats. Now Rumali and her family are not conditioned to buy pasteurized milk from the market. Moreover, if someone is suffering from Dengue in her neighbourhood, Rumali renders a helping hand by giving the goat’s milk as a remedy for the cure of the disease. Rumali now displays a mesmerizing smile as her dream of rearing goats has become a reality. She is thankful to Sundesh and heartily expresses her gratitude.
Suman w/o Pramod, lives in village Shoulana, block Dhoulana. She is a member of ‘Sanyukt’ self help group and her husband works as a labourer in N.T.P.C. and sometimes also works in the small field they own. They have 3 kids. Suman has learnt cutting-tailoring from Sundesh and also uses this skill of hers for small earning.
Suman took 20,000Rs. as loan from the SHG to open a sweet shop which is run by her along with her spouse. They have also kept one skilled cook to make sweets. They make sweets as per the requirement of the villagers. They make Samosa, Bread Pakodas, Chowmein, etc. They gain a profit of 5-6 thousand rupees per month after paying their shop worker.
Their children now go to study in a private school and Suman lives happily with her family and wants to increase her profit from the shop. She wishes to make her family even more happy with the help of Sundesh.
Mrs. Kumkum is the resident of village Shoulana. She has 3 children. Her husband has a private job. She loves doing makeup and wanted to convert this inclination into a source of earning. For this, she underwent a beautician training in a centre run by Sundesh in her village and began saving 100rs. per month, becoming a member of ‘Yash’ SHG. Slowly, the relations in the SHG became stronger and she took Rs.20,000 as loan at an interest rate of 2% and open a beauty parlour and cosmetics shop, adding some amount from her savings. Her shop began to generate good income soon. Now she goes to Delhi to purchase the cosmetics and other materials needed for the shop. She earns 5,000-8,000rs. per month from her shop. Her enthusiasm and dedication towards her work has increased over time. She praises Sundesh society for helping her and also for rendering support for the construction of a toilet in her house and making her village Shoulana an Open Defecation Free village. Kumkum says “Sundesh helps turn everyone’s dreams into reality and helps everyone prosper.”
Premvati is the resident of village Chouna. She worked as a labourer to run her household. She has 2 sons and 2 daughters. She became a member of the Jai Durga SHG run by Sundesh and began saving 200rs. per month and fulfils her necessities by taking a loan from time to time. She has rented a shop and started a grocery and vegetable shop in it. When the shop started to give profits, she took a loan of 10,000rs. and added more material to her shop and returned the loan timely. Now she brings the material for her shop from Dadri with her son and earns profit from the shop to effectively run her household. She expresses gratitude towards Sundesh and wishes the prosperity of such a good society.
Urmila and Lokesh are resident of Tatarpur, Gautam Buddha Nagar, Uttar Pradesh. She is the member of Mahalaxmi SHG. Her husband is a marginal farmer and his income is low. They were facing a lot of problems in managing their family due to economic backwardness and low Income.
There was no floormill in Tatarpur village. Urmila and her husband together decided to start a floor mill in order to increase their family income. She took a loan of rupees fifty thousand from SHG and setup a floormill in village. She charges Rs. 7 for crushing wheat and Rs. 15 for crushing Maize. Now she is working hard on this mill and is earning a handsome amount every month. People from Tatarpur and nearby villages are her customers now.
Urmila and Lokesh are now living a happy and stressful life. They are thankful to SUNDESH for running the SHG that helped them so much in their need.