When the basic needs of a child are not met, education often becomes the last priority. At times like that Food, Shelter, Clothing, Education, Medical Care, Clean Water & Sanitation is an incentive for them to continue their education and reduces dropout rate. We provide a platform by reporting on the issues, sharing personal stories, and educating the public. The goal is to promote and trigger action. The more people know about an issue, the more likely it is that something is done about it. To address issues like poverty, equality, and climate change, sustainable development is crucial. In the years since, NGOs have emerged as a powerful leader in this area. The sustainable development field is diverse. We work on investigating alternative energy sources, supporting local economic projects, and promoting gender equality. Social justice is only achieved when societies uphold human rights, access, participation, and equity. In the past, the term”social justice” mostly referred to economics and wealth. The definition has since expanded. Social justice now encompasses fairness in every sector of society, such as housing, health, and education. All NGOs are invested in social justice in some way, whether we are focused on healthcare access, freedom of expression, gender equality or racial equality. To perform typical activities, we need funding. We receive funds through a combination of membership dues, private donations and grants. In addition to the activities we outlined above, we spend a lot of time and effort on securing needed funds. Over the decades, non-governmental organizations have played a big role in society. Unlike governments, we are working more easily. Humble beginnings of serving just 1,500 children across 15 districts our program has become the India’s largest (not-for-profit run) Food, Shelter, Clothing, Education, Medical Care, Clean Water & Sanitation to 50000+ children’s across the country. Panaash has better policies, like increased transparency with funding and improved evaluation systems.