The Deepa Academy has initiated an empowerment centre in Bangalore for the differently abled and has come to existence from April 2006 and has been operational since June 2006. The Academy is a registered as a Voluntary organisation under Karnataka Societies Registration Act, 1960 to work towards the Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and the Differently Abled students, in particular hailing from rural Karnataka. The aim is to make them self-supporting and independent. ValuesDevelopment through Education, Knowledge and SkillsPower to empower the Differently AbledJustice to all ObjectivesEmpowering the Differently Abled with quality education and promoting overall development with the guiding principles of self-help, interaction and involvement.Empowerment of visually challenged girls and other differently abled persons through quality education.Promoting the overall development of the visually challenged girls and other differently abled children.Fostering an active teaching/ learning environment and bringing them into the mainstream of the community.To bring the visually challenged children and other differently abled children into the mainstream society. There are many ways one can extend help for this noble causeYou can render service as a VOLUNTEER.You can adopt a child for a year by paying Rs.25,000/-You can become a member/Life member.You can contribute one-day Food expenses of inmates.Contributions will have an exemption under Indian Income Tax under Sec. 80G.Foreign Individuals/Organisations can make contributions. Our Academy is registered under FCRA.Donate towards food expenses for one day. [Breakfast 300, lunch 500, dinner 500] Rs. 1300/-General donations towards education, medical expenses, clothing and other supportive services.
ince its inception, each year has been a forward leap in NAB (India)’s reach in promoting the interests of people with vision loss in India.To understand and appreciate NAB (India), it is essential to view the organization's accomplishments since January 19, 1952, till date.1952 to 1960Adopted Serve the Blind as its motto; the Triangular Logo – symbolically indicating close association between the State, voluntary agencies and the blind; and the Sanskrit phrase Tamaso Ma Jyotirgamaya on the logo – meaning “Lead me from Darkness to Light” – which has emerged as a guiding principle in formulating every activity of the Association.