Manzil Foundation was established on 19th June 2020 that aims towards achieving the well-being of all, following the motto ‘Everyone Matters’.
Our NGO works on several projects supporting this motto, for issues that concern every living being including humans, plants and animals. Our aim is to bring together as many issues as we can, and project by project, with each little step, do what we can through our community to help our society!
Just think about it, if you donate to this NGO, no matter how big the contribution, (every little bit helps!) you could help so many lives! In this day and age, it is extremely important to help each other and support every life!
You may visit Manzil foundation’s Instagram account @manzil.foundation which includes all of its latest projects and information about how to contact our NGO to contribute for donations. Our team is dispersed in Nagpur, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Jabalpur and expanding to various other cities in India.
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Reflective Dog Collars
This project aims to make as many stray dogs as we can wear reflective collars to avoid car and two-wheeler accidents in pitch-dark conditions at night! The low visibility is a major risk to the lives of stray dogs.
The collars that are be put on the dogs are made of reflective material so that when cars and two-wheelers flash their headlights in the dark, they will reflect off these collars, making the dogs visible at night, avoiding a tragic accident! The inside material of these collars is made of soft material that makes it comfortable for the dog to wear without irritation.
We aim to donate at least 5000 sanitary pads to 500 underprivileged women and girls every month for better sanitation and improved women health.
We also produce our own pads which are 90% eco-friendly at subsidized rates which are lower that the synthetic ones in the market. People can also buy these pads as they are medically approved and comfortable to use as surveyed by over 100 women and girls.
Trees make life nicer.
It has been shown that spending time among trees and green spaces reduces the amount of stress that we carry around with us in our daily lives. Trees reduce the urban heat island effect through evaporative cooling and reducing the amount of sunlight that reaches parking lots and buildings. This is especially true in areas with large impervious surfaces, such as parking lots of stores and industrial complexes. Trees improve our air quality by filtering harmful dust and pollutants such as ozone, carbon monoxide, and sulfur dioxide from the air we breathe. Trees give off oxygen that we need to breathe.
According to scientists, India has lost 40% of its natural forest cover in the last 95 years.
Therefore, We're planting the lungs of nature.
Our aim is to make citizens aware about the need of trees for our survival and protect natural resources for generations to come.
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