Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled is a non profit engaged in empowering persons with disabilities and distress in socio-economic-cultural fronts through its various initiatives on Education, Livelihood, Environment, Health & Nutrition, Sports, Culture and Rehabilitation.
Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled celebrated its 20th Anniversary on March 18, 2017 at Samarthanam HSR Layout premises amid corporate delegates, donors, sponsors, well-wishers, media and supporters. The event witnessed large participation from Read More
Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment awarded Rupees Two Lakhs to each of the 17 Cricketers, Coach and Assistant Coach. NEW DELHI: The IndusInd Bank Indian Blind Cricket team met Prime Minster Narendra Modi at the Prime Minister’s Office Read More
Karnataka Boy Prakash stars once again in Indian victory BENGALURU: A spirited fielding performance and Prakash Jayaramaiah’s unbeaten 99 (60 balls, 15 4s) helped India Blind Cricket Team beat Pakistan by nine wickets in the final of the T20 Read More
Anjaneya, a student of Samarthanam School is a brilliant artist who paints with feet. Anjaneya was born without hands but his creativity and his desire to pursue higher studies did not dwindle. Samarthanam is proud to stand next to him as he displaysRead More
Samarthanam Trust signed MoU with the Govt. of Jharkhand through Jharkhand Skill Development Mission Society to provide training to persons with disabilities. As Samarthanam plans to upgrade and expand the LRC model of skill training and placement, Read More
Samarthanam’s annual feature, Walkathon, commemorating the ‘World Disability Day,’ is a public event initiated to create awareness on a common cause and call for concerted action from society. Walkathon 2016 is organized to promote Cricket for Read More
Prabhavathi stands to be an ideal example for women combating distress and trauma. She had joined Samarthanam in the month of June 2015, through Sweekar Kendra, Women and Child Welfare Department, Karnataka.
Chetan was just 3 years old when he was affected by Wilson’s disease which left him bedridden for two years. Chetan‘s speech and hand movements were severely affected.
BENGALURU: Cricket Association for the Blind in India (CABI), the cricketing arm of Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled, which is hosting the 2nd T20 World Cup Cricket for the Blind, in Jan-Feb, 2017, today announced former Indian Cricketer and Captain Rahul Dravid as the Brand Ambassador for the tournament.
Amway Opportunity Foundation partners with Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled & Satya Special School to set up a Braille – Audio Library for the visually impaired in Puducherry