Our Trust, omkar Andh-Apang sama jik Sanstha, registered under Mumbai Trust Act, having registration under number Maharashtra state/Mumbai/3191/2010 G.B.B.S.D./F-43203 is established in 2010. The Trust is also registered under section 80(G) of Income Tax Act. The Trust has established its office at 105, first floor, Brihan Mumbai Mahanagar Palika Market building, Station Road, Bhandup (W) Mumbai 400 078.
The Trust is engaged in various activities like upliftment of Eco-Socio Backward Society by providing Health Education and Self-Employment.
We also regularly undertake the projects such as Sanitation, low cost housing and water resources in the urban area sponsored by State / Central Government.
The Trust now intends to undertake the Housing Project wherein it is proposed to provide affordable housing to about 5000 members of the Trust who are Blind, Handicapped, Deaf, Widow, Divorcee, Helpless women, mentally challenged, Orphans, Cancer, Dialysis, Kidney patients, Heart disease patients, HIV patients, Homosexual and the people below poverty line (BPL) etc. As the houses are proposed to be provided to such needy people, the same shall be provided free of cost. The cost of the project is estimated to be approx. 7000 Crores (Seven Thousand Crores). For this purpose, the Trust has entered into an MOU with M/s. Adarsh Waterpark and Resort Pvt. Ltd. (copy enclosed). The Housing Project is proposed on the land bearing Survey No. 79, CTS No. 203, Revenue village of Kanjur, Tal.: Kurla, within limits of Greater Mumbai.
God loses beautiful life to human beings and for this, He creates beautiful nature to live a beautiful and healthy life. But some of them are blind, disabled, or helpless. These people are also fit to live healthy, good, and happy life. So you are requested to help our organization because there is real happiness in those people.
An inclusive society free from discrimination where persons with disabilities become contributing members, living with dignity and respect.
To empower visually impaired, disabled and underprivileged people through developmental initiatives focusing on educational, social, economic, cultural and technological aspects.
Omkar Trust envisions at least 5,000 lives by 2030, providing free of cost tenements