OUR CAUSES

Extending hands to do our bit in the process of making a difference. Help and support our causes, so that WE (along with YOU) can make someone’s life better.

UPCOMING GOALS

Food Distribution
GOAL: ₹ 45,000
The GHI (Global Hunger Index) report of 2019 points out that India is suffering from serious hunger problems. Amongst 117 countries, India ranked 102 with a score of 30.3, below other South Asian countries such as Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Pakistan.
Blood Donation Camp
GOAL: ₹ 45,000
Our country requires 12mn units of blood annually, out of which 9mn units are collected. This means India is facing a shortage of 3mn units of blood per year. Several people die every day because of the lack of blood.
Road Safety Awareness
GOAL: ₹ 45,000
In India, traffic fatality causes a person to die every four minutes. Amongst 199 countries, India ranks 1st in the number of road accident deaths in the World Road Statistics, 2018.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

We accept money, kindness, support, motivation, positivity, and help in all shapes, forms, and sizes. If you have the intention to help, we welcome you wholeheartedly. You can contribute by

  • Becoming a grassroots volunteer.
  • Donating to the foundation.
  • Working with Tameer as full-timers as well as freelancers.
  • Spreading the word about Tameer, it's work, ethics, goals, and challenges.
  • Joining the fundraising aids.
  • Providing creative ideas for campaigns, activities, marketing, and development of the NGO.

Working with an NGO is not only fulfilling but it also broadens your horizons. It shows you the society you’ve never known.

Become a Volunteer

WHERE THE MONEY GOES

Current operation and program spending breakdown

  • Education
  • Rehabilitation of Acid Attack Survivor
  • Healthcare
  • Shared Nest
  • Animal Welfare
  • Development Work
  • Fundraising
  • Governance

Governing Board

Mir Muzaffar U Zaman

Trustee, Tameer

With over 13 years of corporate experience, Mir Muzaffar is a passionate business growth hacker and a successful operations leader. In the corporate world, he is well known for his fixing skills as he can prevail in all kinds of troubled waters. No matter how small or huge a problem is, Mir has it all covered.

Now, as he finds himself with a successful career, Mir decided to establish Tameer. He has always believed in going the extra mile if that can make a difference and bring upon a positive change. As he takes on the role of a Settler, his main aim is to provide warmth and give courage to those in need. He wants Tameer to be a community where one can find hope, care, compassion, courage, and enormous possibilities.

 

   

Mugdha Shrikhande

Trustee, Tameer

Mugdha Shrikhande will be taking over the role of Managing Trustee to provide administrative support to Tameer's team. With over 7 years of experience in the corporate world, Mugdha is known for her competence and leadership. She brings out the best of her employees and surpasses the target, every single time.

Mugdha believes that if one wants to be heard, they need to have a platform, determined attitude, and an unshakeable voice. Thus, she wants to give a platform to those lost, unheard or forgotten through Tameer.

Her ideas and words have always been powerful and are heard with great interest. As an independent working woman, she finds it her responsibility to support and empower fellow women.

Her dream project is to design unique self-help groups for women and execute them across India so that women can protect and support each other and grow mutually.

 

 

Naresh Sharma

Trustee, Tameer

A skilled speaker and a clear-headed manager with over 8 years of experience in the industry. Naresh is a bundle of unlimited energy and likes to be fast on his feet. He is known for his professionalism, multitasking abilities, attention to detail and self-motivated attitude.

Naresh is also a motorbike enthusiast and an avid traveler, driven by passion. Whenever he is not enclosed in his cubicle, one can find him exploring the mountains or doing social work. From a young age, he was drawn to the sufferings and shortcomings of society. But when he traveled across India on his motorbike, he saw the real India, the real suffering and the real need to be a change. He believes that his journey has inspired, taught and shaped him as an individual. It showed him the importance of asking for help and believing in the goodness of people.

His understanding, compassion and will to make someone's life better, is what connected him with Tameer. As he takes over the role of Trustee in Tameer, he wishes to design campaigns and implement training programs for Child's education and development. He firmly believes that well-fed and well-taught kids are the key to a better society.