I AM NOT DISABLED,
I AM DIFFERENTLY ABLED.
How Can You Help?
Corporate organizations can support us under their Corporate Social Responsibility schemes by funding the running cost or the capital cost.
Individuals can contribute to the cause by providing cash,equipment or materials as required.
Other NGOs and social organizations can help us reach our goals by collaborating with us for project execution and sharing of best practices.
Volunteers who are interested in the cause can give their time and attention to the children or support in the smooth
functioning of the school.
Welcome to Suryoday!
Suryoday Trust is the first non-profit in Nallasopara that is dedicated to the cause of providing education to children with intellectual disabilities with a view to making them functionally independent adults who are well-integrated into society.
Children with intellectual disabilities grow up to become socially integrated and functionally independent adults.
Awards & Certifications
Suryoday Trust has taken an initiative to develop an online platform to create, track and report progress of all the students. With such a system in place, any manual effort towards following the IEP for every teacher will become easy and more standardized. Parents will get absolute transparency in what their student has been learning in school and what has been achieved so far in a child’s overall development.
“I Mrs Sumita Joydev Ghosh mother of Sonali J Ghosh studying in Suryoday school from the academic year 2012 would like to thank you and your entire team for working with my child and building her strengths and enhancing her development…”
“The various activities carried out by school are really helpful. These activities help children to boost their confidence, give courage to face the life and overcome their vulnerabilities. All credit goes to teachers at Suryoday School who are evenly…”
“We are the parents of Miss. Janvi Kunder. It gives us immense pleasure to speak few words about our daughter’s school. Janvi joined Suryoday School in year 2011. Initially we were little worried about her and not sure how she would adjust…”