Happiness

Center for Permanent Happiness

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₹ 263049

Raised of ₹ 263049 Goal of ₹ 0
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108 supporters

About

Center for Permanent Happiness

We believe public service is the ultimate path to humanity. We have come up with several programs that have benefitted millions of people so far.

Being the disciples of Lord Krishna, we think serving humanity is the sole goal of our lives. There are many instances from the past that show how Krishna used to help others in need.

With the same feeling of service, we have come up with the following campaigns to help us fulfil our life goals.

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Mega Kitchen

Mega kitchen has been introduced to satisfy the hunger of the needy. The kitchen can cook and serve food for more than 1 lac people at a time. It has a 25000 sq ft space, which is enough to ensure no needy sleep with an empty stomach.

This program’s vision is simple. We intend to provide sanctified and hygienic food to any approachable needy person. We aim to reach out to all those who worry every day about finding food.

In line with our vision, we have run the most extensive food distribution program in the world.

We try our most significant efforts to bring food to each hungry person. But we cannot do this in insolence.

Your contribution will help us bucket along and reach more those who are in desperate need of food. Help us stand against hunger together with your donations and gain virtue and blessings.

VALUE EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM

It is hard to accept, but a significant proportion of you, the nation’s youth, is engaged in drug abuse. Our nation’s future lies in the budding generation’s hands, but they are trapped in the maze of which it seems is impossible to step out.

1. Opioids (Heroin, morphine, etc.):

  • Approximately 2.6 crore people in India have used or use opioids.
  • More than 60 lakh people in India suffer from Opioid use disorders.
  • The most common drug used is Heroin, followed by Pharmaceutical opioids and Opium.
  • Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, province, and Gujarat contribute to quite half the people littered with Opioid abuse.

2. Sedatives and Inhalant:

  • Approximately 1.18 crore people use sedatives and inhalants.
  • 4.6 lakh children and 18 lakh adults need help as a result of inhalant use.
  • The prevalence of use is higher in children and adolescents as compared to adults.
  • Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Delhi, and Haryana have a high child population in need of help resulting from an overdose.

3. Injected Drugs (Through syringes and other mediums):

  • Over 8.5 lakh people inject drugs into themselves and are addicted.
  • Uttar pradesh (100,000), Punjab (88,000), Delhi (86,000) top the numbers.
  • The most common drugs injected are Heroin (48%) and Buprenorphine (46%).
  • 27% of individuals who inject drugs admit sharing their needled with others, risking diseases like HIV.

4. Alcohol:

  • About 14.6% of India’s whole population (~ 16 crore people) are users of alcohol.
  • Country liquor (desi) and IMFL (Indian made foreign liquor) are predominantly consumed beverages.
  • Nearly six crore people suffer or need help due to harmful/dependent alcohol use, i.e. one in every three alcohol users.
  • Uttar Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Tripura, Punjab, Goa and Andra Pradesh have the foremost prevalent alcohol use.

A society of youth that is well aware of the adverse ill effects of this harmful tendency of drug addiction, alcoholism, etc. thus, we wish to bring forth the real side of such habits and help youth build the nation.

We can become educating partners of educational bodies, government agencies, etc., to cater to and fulfil the need to create awareness against drug abuse, alcoholism, tobacco usage, etc.

People engaged in drugs will be given proper counselling. There will be one-to-one as well as group sessions to understand the root cause behind the addiction. We have the hostels facility where people can stay and understand the meaning of life for a better living.

COUNSELING PROGRAMS

At ISKCON, we always try to stand by whoever needs our help. From kids to adults, we believe in giving good counsel to all. Our Gopal Fun School, meant exclusively for kids, offers counselling activities for kids of all ages.

The most crucial step that you can support is to guide people about our counselling activities. If you recognize someone who requires counselling, we might urge you to bring them to us, so we are ready to help them out of their dilemmas.

Our ISKCON Girls Forum helps girls deal with anger, stress, depression, and inferiority complex. Our Youth Helpline is a successful tool for the youth to use when they need someone to hear them.

We want everybody to return to us whenever they are researching any mental stress or personal issues that they can not overcome alone.

Our de-addiction program aims to counsel addicts and recovering addicts to bring them out from addiction’s bondage. We also have trained counsellors who advise adults and families to help them in their troubled times.

The second way that you can help us is by donating to our noble cause. Your smallest contribution will help us reach resolute more those that need someone to depend on.

We try to reach out to as many people as possible and help them resolve their issues.

We also have Varishtha Vaishnav, a senior citizen group, where we support the senior citizens emotionally and mentally. Our goal is educating senior citizens on Bhagavad Gita. We want to engage them in spiritual services.

Another program that we have is for married couples, Ashraya Groups. We aim to reduce the tensions in the married life. We want to eradicate the uncertainties of separation through our counselling. We advise married couples on making their married life more peaceful by comprehending the Vedic culture and its guidance.

SHRINE OF VEDIC KNOWLEDGE

The Vedas are the oldest available literature of India that teaches us the values of life. The four Vedas – Rig Veda, Yajur Veda, Sama Veda, and Atharva Veda – comprise teachings that will help us lead a sustained and satisfying life.

Being the oldest layer of Indian literature in Sanskrit and consisting of the oldest Hindu scriptures, the Vedas lay down the path leading one towards an intelligent and happy life.

At ISKCON, we have created a library that houses various literary texts on the Vedas, including these books’ teachings. We believe that going back to our roots and learning what the sages and gurus of the Vedic ages have left for us is an enlightening way of leading our life.

We will be able to get more resources, which will help us serve others and help many. We encourage you to donate to the cause and help make a healthier society for all.

You can help by visiting and bringing others to our library. We would like you to utilize the well-curated resources we offer and involve yourself with our library activities.

The other way of helping us is by making small donations that may expand our resources and knowledge on the Vedic texts. It will also help us reach bent more people searching for reality and, therefore, the wisdom of life.

Even your smallest contribution will make a giant ripple within the lives of many.

Together we can make a difference in society and lead our nation to new heights. There will come a day when no individual will sleep hungry or depressed.

ISKCON open-heartedly welcomes all your monetary or non-monetary contributions. Your one decision can save the lives of many. Be a part of the new wave of humanity, be a part of ISKCON campaigns by actively participating in donations.

₹ 263049

Raised of ₹ 263049 Goal of ₹ 0
INF%

108 supporters

Yudhishthir Kumar Sanu

INDIA

₹ 100000

KrishnaPrasad Kulkarni

INDIA

₹ 5001

Sunil Sharma

INDIA

₹ 5000

Rakesh Kumar Srivastava

INDIA

₹ 5000

Rajeev Sarup

INDIA

₹ 5000

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