Making a difference in the world A project to transform lives of visually impaired kids

Light represents hope, but unfortunately some of us are deprived of this basic sense. We, at Snehajyoti Andhvidyalaya, are inspired to bring joy and hope to the lives of visually-impaired kids by extending a hand of love and care.

    How It Started

    Started in 2003 with just 4 students & has now blossomed into a full fledged Government Certified Residential blind school.

    Achivements

    Lions Club Chiplun- Zonal Trophy
    Yamunabai Kher Award for social work
    Saraswat Chaitanya Gaurav Award

    Awards & Recognition

    Lions Club Chiplun- Zonal Trophy
    Yamunabai Kher Award for social work
    Saraswat Chaitanya Gaurav Award

    Management

    President: Ashatai (Sunila) Kamat
    Vice-President: Shantatai Sahasrabuddhe
    Secretary : Uttamkumar Jain

    Want To Help??

    It is possible to donate to specific cause
    We wholeheartedly appreciate your support in this noble endeavor.

    Your Donation At Work

    Your efforts will go to the benefit of the school, it’s working and the students.
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    Future Plans

    We want to make the future bright. So lets work together on the plans and make the future beautiful and fill it with happiness.

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    Latest Update

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    Sachin Tendulkar Meet Blind School Students

    Sachin Tendulkar Meet Blind School Students

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    Snehajyoti was visited by Sachin Tendulkar

    Sachin Tendulkar, Brand Ambassador, UNICEF South Asia Region, interacts with visually impaired children at Snehajyoti blind school near […]

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    Mr.Sachin learnt many things from blind cricket

    Retired cricket great Sachin Tendulkar said he was fascinated by the way visually-impaired play the game he dominated for […]

    • There is no better way to thank God for your sight than by giving a helping hand to someone in the dark

    • Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much