Welcome Greetings : Barrackpore Avenue Women's Cultural and Social Welfare Society is a registered non - profit , secular philanthropic women's organisation working for the last 18 years in the area of child welfare , women empowerment and destitute elderly care.Our priority is to rehabilitate destitute children,empower helpless women and shelter the homeless elderly. One of our main activities is providing legal support along with the police to reduce domestic violence. Our intervention in this area is implemented through police stations, where we running "Saathi" counseling centers to mainly support women in need of legal support for their protection.

At present we are running various interventions to cover the needs of children, women and elderly people as well as people with disabilities. Our interventions are mostly covering the underprivileged section of the population living at Barrackpore and Kamarhati Municipality in North 24 Parganas, West Bengal.

BAWCSWS is registered under the West Bengal Societies Registration Act of 1958 having a registration number of 2001 – 02.
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The Managing Committee of the organization is duly approved by the District Magistrate Govt. of W. Bengal
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It is exempted under 80G and 12A of the Income Tax Act of _____ Govt. of India and has its permanent FCRA no
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The organization has its women and child license under Govt. of W.B and is also registered under the Juvenile Justice Act of. Click for women Child license & JJA registration.

To support a destitute granny at the Apnapan Home or a child at the Bachpan Home it is Rs. 2500/- or 38.5dollars a month. This shall cover her lodging , fooding , medical , clothing , recreation and even the rituals at the time of death With Rs. 1800/- p.m. her fooding is ensured, with Rs. 1000/- the education of a child or the medical needs of a granny can be supported Rs. 200/- a month can serve the clothing & toiletries need of a home inmate.
Rs. 600/- per month can help give a vocational trade to a girl.

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