Get Involved


GVYS would be glad to involve the individuals/groups, who would like to get an idea about community developmental activities.  Visits may be from national &international citizens, corporate, govt dept. etc.  Some visits are made by those individuals who have been supporting our programs & they are encourages to visit the project they care about.

How to Arrange for a visit

If you wish to visit GVYS then kindly write to our volunteer coordinator at or send in us a request at

Gramin Vikas Yuva Sansthan

Madhuvan Vihar Colony,

Sainthal Road,

Dausa, Rajasthan, INDIA - 303303

Mobile : +91-78-9100-5588

Fax : +91-1427-220533

E-mail :


GVYS whole heartedly welcome althose individual who care to serve about humanity.  It gives immense pleasure to join hands with all those who are sensitive towards rural & deprived communities & improving there standards of living.

What is the role of intern at GVYS

Interns can do handle there own research or they can become part of our team in executing various community development projects or join our regular activities.

How can you become a volunteer?

If you wish to become a voluntter at GVYS then kindly write to our volunteer coordinator at or send in us a request at GVYS, Madhuvan Vihar Colony, Sainthal Road, Dausa, Rajasthan, INDIA - 303303 OR FAX YOUR REQUEST AT +0091 -1427-220533

Since, GVYS is a 80G registered organization all the Indians who donate to GVYS can avail the benefit of 80g tax benefits.

  • Online Donation
  • Donation by Cheque or Draft

There are about 25,000 people die every day of hunger or hunger-related causes, according to the United Nations. This is one person every three and a half seconds, as you can see on this display. Unfortunately, it is children who die most often. Yet there is plenty of food in the world for everyone. The problem is that hungry people are trapped in severe poverty. They lack the money to buy enough food to nourish them. Being constantly malnourished, they become weaker and often sick. This makes them increasingly less able to work, which then makes them even poorer and hungrier. This downward spiral often continues until death for them and their families.

There are effective programs to break this spiral. For adults, there are "food for work" programs where the adults are paid with food to build schools, dig wells, make roads, and so on. This both nourishes them and builds infrastructure to end the poverty. For children, there are "food for education" programs where the children are provided with food when they attend school. Their education will help them to escape from hunger and global poverty.

But all this programs seems to have a temporary effect on reducing the poverty. At GVYS we believe that the only solution for reducing the poverty does not lie in populist measures of subsidy instead we should have some long term full proof plan which can strategically alleviate poverty from all its dimensions through community participation.

Mr. Prabhu Narayan Meena