Oli Child Welfare Society is a non-governmental organization started by Mr.
Ajay in 2015. The organization exclusively works for the welfare of children,
women’s and old age people. Mr. Ajay was very driven by the idea of seeing a
day when no Indian child would be deprived of their basic rights like survival,
participation, protection, and development. Like many of us, he never
encouraged or supported the differentiation society does between privileged
and underprivileged children.
He hates to see children begging and working as laborers. Unlike most of us
though, he did something about it. From a very early age, he was actively involved
in social welfare services.
all started with Rs 20 by distributing 10 Parle-G biscuits in the Aliganj
area of Lucknow, where he felt that something is needed to be done in order
to improve the situation of the underprivileged children. In 2012 while
pursuing his B.Sc., he started his own event management organization named “Hearts
of Joy”. The organization worked for a total tenure of 3 years. The CSR of
the company also talked about the donations to the slums and providing meals to
the orphanage homes. This feeling of serving those in need developed to such an
extent that he decided to bring the youth together in order to finally start
this foundation in August 2015. The journey towards this enormous dream
started when he left his footwear’s in 2015 and started walking barefoot
throughout the nation since then, he says that it is a source of motivation and
connectivity for him and it always rejuvenates the feeling of welfare in him.
The organization got the national status in October 2015.
of funds by using innovative and creative ideas is the key feature of the
organization. At present, in a very short span of 5 years, the
organization is serving in total no. of 10 different states and two Union
territories with more than 104 cities in the field of education,
health and awareness campaigns, development programs and adoptions. More than fourteen
thousand km of the barefoot journey around the nation has been done
in order to identify the problem of child begging and child labor from the
grassroots level. An approx 17,000 sessions dealing with issues like
basic rights of people, the importance of education, why say no to child labor
and beggars, menstrual hygiene, etc., have been addressed until now.
organization has reached an approx 3.5 lakhs youth with the “BHEEKH
NAHI DENGE” campaign, around 15,000 underprivileged families,
ensuring them their basic rights, good health, education, and shelter.