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Aeren Foundation Ngo In Mirabhayandar Maharashtra

Aeren Foundation Ngo Information

AEREN FOUNDATION Non Governmental Organization is located in MiraBhayandar Maharashtra . AEREN FOUNDATION is registered as a Society at Thane of state Maharashtra with Ngo unique registration ID 'MH/2010/0029602' . The NGO registration is done by Charity Commissioner with registration number F-11724 on the date of 02-03-2003, Its parent ORganaisation is PaulFoundation. The Chairman of AEREN FOUNDATION is Mahesh R Agrawal and Chief functionary officer is Vinay Mahesh Agrawal.

NGO Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
AEREN FOUNDATION
Unique Id of VO/NGO
MH/2010/0029602
Chief Functionary
Vinay Mahesh Agrawal
Chairman
Mahesh R Agrawal
Secretary
Vinay M Agrawal
Treasurer
Pramila M Agrawal

Registration Details

Registered With
Charity Commissioner
Type of NGO
Society
Registration Number
F-11724
City of Registration
Thane
State of Registration
Maharashtra
Date of Registration
02-03-2003
NGO Registration certificate
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Contact details

Country
India
Telephone
022-69565889
Mobile Number
09867165459
Address
ISBM, A-222, Shanti Shopping center, Opp Railway Station, Mira Road(E) 401107
Website

AEREN FOUNDATION Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Key Issues

This AEREN FOUNDATION NGO charity is working on Key Issues of Education & Literacy

Operational States

Maharashtra

Operational Districts

Mumbai, Thane

Major Activities and Achivements

We have a school having 300 students who are studying for a concessional fees. We have successfully arranged more than 50 events where we have done certain welfare activities like Drawing competition, sports, cultural events, eye donation camps, blood donation camps. We are also now associated with AL-Noor charitable trust with which have also done some programmes in the northern part of India as well as we are also having a school in Aligarh where 2000 students are studying for free.