Each Can Walk
Give Little Help A Lot
We often define our basic needs as food, clothes and shelter but isn’t our physical mobility the backbone for our survival?
PECT is a non-profit organisation that provides this mobility to specially abled people, by providing them with wheelchairs under “Each Can Walk” campaign. These wheels are beyond physical motion; they act as helping hand to reach
heights in their lives. By 2018, PECT has been able to uplift the lives of 32 people from the ground. It is because of this donation that they are able to get through the shackles of poverty and find a better living for themselves.
PECT provides you an opportunity to contribute in making the lives of these specially abled people better by donating wheelchairs to the needy.
While we are busy in picking a best outfit for a particular occasion, many people from the remote areas try to find happiness in their old rags.
PECT, a nonprofit organisation reaches out to such financially vulnerable tribals and provides them with pairs of clothes, blankets etc. Not only it provides clothing but also helps in the flourishment of the young generation by
providing them educational wares. PECT stretches out to these outlying areas and aims to improve their way of living through the campaign “Give Little Help A Lot”.
Here, PECT acts as window through which, you can sneak out of the air conditioned rooms and come out on the grounds to help the needy by donating some basic and necessary supplies.
We dream of acquiring finest quality of education and secure our future. But have we ever imagined the lives of unfortunate people who are void to even primary education.
PECT, is a non-profit organisation that cares for these people and provides them scholarships under “Vidvatta Scheme” to educate themselves. By 2019, PECT has provided more than 360 scholarships to the deserving and aspiring students.
The only aim behind providing these scholarships to the students of economically backward class is to open the door that leads towards a better life, as we all live.
Thus, through PECT you can be a part of this upbringing by following the procedure given below and bring about a change in the lives of many deserving students.
Often, the women from rural areas, who work as labourers tend to migrate to different places in search of work and carry their children along with them. The Government has allotted a hostel facility by the name “Ashramshala” and
“Seasonal Hostel” to help the survival of these children, as well as their education in tribal areas of Gujarat. It permits accommodation of about 50 to 120 such children. However, the number of migrating children is always greater
than the actual intake. Therefore, PECT has initiated a new campaign “Vedanta Ashraya” to provide the financial help needed for education as well the accommodation of more such migrating children.Here at PECT we aim to extend a homely atmosphere to the homeless.