Alice Garg

Social Services (Rajasthan, India) 2011

Alice GargSocial Services (Rajasthan, India) 2011

ALICE GARG – She is more than an educator and activist; she is a beacon of hope for the underprivileged. As the founder secretary of the Bal Rashmi Society, a non-profit NGO dedicated to the relief, welfare, and development of children, women, and families in need, she has made an indelible impact on society.

The society, under her guidance, has provided a home to 183 destitute and underprivileged children, while also educating over 1640 children in its schools across 138 villages. They run numerous government programs in Jaipur’s slums and villages, supported by the Governments of Rajasthan and India.

In addition to her work with Bal Rashmi Society, she established the Alice Garg National Seashells Museum in Jaipur, showcasing her commitment to education and culture.

Furthermore, she advocates tirelessly for the abolition of harmful practices like Sati and female foeticide, demonstrating her unwavering dedication to social justice.

Undaunted and indefatigable, she stands as a lone ranger, fighting for the rights and well-being of the marginalized, and inspiring others to join her in making a difference.

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