HELPING HANDS
In 2009, J. K Shanti Society was set up by Mr. Ved Goyal, Mr. Gurdas Bansal & Mr. K.L.Mittal along with the help of close Family and friends. The Society was registered under 80 G with the registrar of societies of Haryana on May 12, 2009. A sister concern under the name of “The Kailash Goyal Foundation” was established on June 11, 2009 in the United States in the memory of the Late Mrs. Kailash Goyal on the same pattern. Funds collected in US by the Kailash Goyal Foundation are transferred to J K Shanti Charitable Society to promote the objectives of the society. All Donations made to the Society are Tax Exempt. Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi has granted permanent Registration to receive foreign funds. The Society has two main objectives namely:

AIMS OF THE SOCIETY

1. To provide medical wellness.
2. To provide education to needy and brilliant students.

INITIAL START OF SERVICES

MEDICAL FACILITIES

To achieve its motives the first medical camp was held at Village Ghanour District Patiala and was inaugurated by Sh. Tejinder Pal Singh Sandhu, a well known Socio – Political figure of the area. About 700 patients were examined by six doctors and medicines were given free of cost. The camp was lead by Dr. K.N. Mishra, Ex – Director Ayurvedic Medical College and his team. The doctors also kept a follow up of the patients examined in the camp and free medicine & check up was provided to them regularly by the Society. Two members from Kailash Goyal Foundation USA Mr.Sandeep Aggarwal and Mrs. Ruby G. Aggarwal also participated in the camp and supervised the work.

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Dr. Mishra examining patients
Ghnaour Camp

Opening of the initial camp
J.K Shanti Charitable Society in association with The Kailash Goyal Foundation was running a weekly medical check-up clinic from a rented place at Village Mubarakpur near Dera Bassi since May 2010, where approximately 300 plus patients were examined every week. Free medicine and lab tests facilities were provided to all the patients, with the help of three qualified doctors and para-medical staff. Apart from this, regular medical check-up were held for various ailments like eye diseases, skin diseases, orthopedic problems, etc. Dr. Ram Kumar, retired SMO Dera Bassi, has been providing free guidance and medical check-up for the society. By the end of year 2011, seeing the successful operation of the regular medical check-up and camps, a need was felt for having our own clinic.
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Patient Registration
The project got kick started, when Mr. Sanju Bansal donated the land for the clinic in memory of his late father Mr. Ved Prakash Bansal of Nabha. Then with the help of The Kailash Goyal Foundation and donors of J.K. Shanti Charitable Society, the dream became a reality and the new clinic has been dedicated to the society on 4th May 2013. The clinic was inaugurated by Mr. N.K. Sharma, MLA and Chief Parliament Secretary Punjab along with many dignitaries.
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JK Shanti Charitable clinic
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Student meeting at Sekha
The Society now runs this clinic Six days a week(Tuesday to Sunday) and also have in-house lab tests. A Dental Chair has also been installed to provide ragular Dental Checkup to the patients. Additionally Lab tests, ECG, Eye examination, optician and orthopedic services are on a regular basis.
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Student meeting at Nabha

EDUCATION FACILITIES

Now going on to the second objective i.e. education front. As per the aims of the Society, we started funding education to brilliant but underprivileged students, right from June 2009, for studying in professional institutions, for education in the field of engineering, computers, medicine, law & accounts, etc. Some students have already graduated and got jobs. More students are going to various professional colleges. Apart from this, we are also funding 40 odd students for basic education like Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Commerce, etc.

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Gifts being given to students