Kalyanam Karoti (National Award winner for the empowerment of PWD by Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment) is a highly dedicated & committed social organization devoted to prevent and cure avoidable blindness and serve the disabled. The organization is working since 1981 in the city of Mathura, in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. This incredibly unique social organization dedicated to serve the cause of the poor and marginalized communities, is registered as a Non- profit society under section 21 of the Society’s Act of 1860.
The organization has been working relentlessly for the eradication of preventable blindness, rehabilitation of physically & mentally challenged individuals by providing free Aids, appliances, Polio surgery, teaching, training, treatment & facility of special school, etc. Similar help has also been made available to deaf & dumb, cerebral palsy, autistic children and aged, since its inception.
By creating awareness amongst the underprivileged section of community, we bring patients to our base hospital and save them from curable blindness. Kalyanam Karoti giving them a new ray of hope.
Reaching out to beneficiaries who belong to the weaker economic section and experienced a limb loss. We provide those individuals with assistance in obtaining appropriate and customised prosthetics and orthotics leg fitting helping them to lead normal lives with dignity.
Free education and vocational training is provided to Children With Special Needs (CWSN, Mentally and Physically challenged). They are also provided with free physio and occupational therapy. We are building capacity and developing skills to help them to lead a near-normal life.
Free, customized Mobility aids are given to individuals who need them, from 1981.
Eye care for those who didn't have access to any kind of health facility. Since 1995 more than 174000 people have been operated to restore vision.
Free education, vocational training, physio care, speech therapy etc. are given to the Children With Special Needs (CWSN) by effective teaching methods.
A mobile healthcare unit ensures that no one is left behind to get basic health services.
With a vision of Blind Free India, Eye bank was established in 2015.