Adarsh Charitable Foundation

Adarsh Credit Co-operative Society takes up village development plans

Adarsh Credit Co-operative Society is always keen to extend its hands for help and service when it comes to contributing towards the nation. For this sole purpose, Adarsh Charitable Foundation came into existence. Adarsh Charitable Foundation works day in and out to provide as much support as they can to the society and serving the nation.

Adding to these efforts, Adarsh Credit Co-operative Society inaugurates various schemes and plans under village development plans. One such plan was executed fruitfully in Mahudi village in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, with a view to provide females of the village a platform to learn tailoring.

The first initiative in this plan by Adarsh Charitable Foundation was a tailoring cum production centre set up in Mahudi village in Gandhinagar. This centre assists the women of this village from self-help groups to inculcate the knowledge of tailoring and designing. Adarsh Credit Co-operative Society has tried to make the best efforts to elevate the level of training provided to women in the craft of tailoring making them self-dependent.

This centre was inaugurated on February 9, 2018, by Mr. Rahul Modi, MD, Adarsh Credit Co-operative Society and the Managing Trustee, Adarsh Charitable Foundation. And as Mr. Rahul Modi inspected the centre, addressing the women and villagers gathered at the event, quoted, “This Centre is not just a place where you learn new skills but we hope to encourage women to become empowered entrepreneurs, which will further help in developing the village”.

Adarsh Credit Co-operative Society, along with the support of USHA International Pvt. Ltd. under their “Silai School Model”, established this centre with a view to grooming the women of the Mahudi village to become well-versed in the craft of tailoring and designing. This can lead to boost their confidence, hence increasing their self-dependency and support their families as well.

Currently, there are 15 women who are selected from the four different self-help groups of the village. These women are being trained in advanced tailoring and designing skills, who will then become master trainers to share their knowledge with other villagers enlightening them as well.

Adarsh Credit Co-operative Society is in constant movement to provide the best possible assistance to the women of Mahudi village to enhance their tailoring skills. To get an in-depth view of the foundation and its activities visit: