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12Cr+

Funds Raised

17000+

Lives Impacted under Project LAJJA

1100+

SWM Awareness under project SHOONYA

1000+

Units Blood collected under Project BLOOD-DO-NATION

1100+

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400+

Kids Educating under Project GYANDAAN

20000+

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Founder & President

Deepak Vishwakarma

Deepak Vishwakarma aims to brighten the lives of underprivileged children with Education, healthy meals, clean surroundings, Prioritizing women's health, a Sustainable Environment, and Livelihood. His passion for helping deprived children has brought him today to a renowned platform called Making The Difference Charitable Trust. Established in 2015, Making the Difference (MTD) is an Indian non-profit organization. Today, the NGO is working through the concept of WHEEL- the mission of raising menstrual awareness through Project Lajja, providing nutrition and healthcare to the disadvantaged by Kill Hunger, donating blood through BloodDoNation, Project GyanDaan which aims at fighting illiteracy through our Open Schools, and environment-related projects like Kinaara (beach-cleaning) and Shoonya (Waste Management). “I believe in solving the root cause of our social problems rather than fabricating the existing issues” - Says Deepak Vishwakarma: Founder & President.

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Government of India

Pune Cantonment, also known as Pune Camp, is a military cantonment located in Pune, Maharashtra in India. It was established in 1817 for accommodating troops of the British Indian Army. The cantonment houses many military establishments. It is also known for its many shopping locations like MG Road and East Street. The headquarters of Indian Army’s Southern Command is located in Pune Cantonment. The National War Memorial Southern Command which commemorates the sacrifice of soldiers of the Indian Armed Forces is also situated in the cantonment. The Pune Cantonment Board is divided into 08 Wards. Members from these wards are elected to represent the people for a period of 05 years. The Board looks after the various needs of the citizens especially in health and hygiene and strives to provide best services to its residents.

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Government of India

Pune Cantonment, also known as Pune Camp, is a military cantonment located in Pune, Maharashtra in India. It was established in 1817 for accommodating troops of the British Indian Army. The cantonment houses many military establishments. It is also known for its many shopping locations like MG Road and East Street. The headquarters of Indian Army’s Southern Command is located in Pune Cantonment. The National War Memorial Southern Command which commemorates the sacrifice of soldiers of the Indian Armed Forces is also situated in the cantonment. The Pune Cantonment Board is divided into 08 Wards. Members from these wards are elected to represent the people for a period of 05 years. The Board looks after the various needs of the citizens especially in health and hygiene and strives to provide best services to its residents.

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Government of India

Pune Cantonment, also known as Pune Camp, is a military cantonment located in Pune, Maharashtra in India. It was established in 1817 for accommodating troops of the British Indian Army. The cantonment houses many military establishments. It is also known for its many shopping locations like MG Road and East Street. The headquarters of Indian Army’s Southern Command is located in Pune Cantonment. The National War Memorial Southern Command which commemorates the sacrifice of soldiers of the Indian Armed Forces is also situated in the cantonment. The Pune Cantonment Board is divided into 08 Wards. Members from these wards are elected to represent the people for a period of 05 years. The Board looks after the various needs of the citizens especially in health and hygiene and strives to provide best services to its residents.

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