Eye Donation  

Anyone from the age of one. There is no age-limit for donating the eye. All one needs to do is bequeath their eyes by taking a simple pledge to donate the eyes after death. While taking a pledge during one’s lifetime is a noble deed, it requires the support of the relatives or friends to carry out the wishes of eye donation of the deceased. People using spectacles and those diagnosed with diabetes and hypertension can donate their eyes.

Eye donation is an act of donating one’s eyes after death. Only corneal blinds can be benefitted through this process not other blinds. It is an act of charity, purely for the benefit of the society and is totally voluntary. It is done after death. The eye donation of the deceased can be authorized by the next of kith & kin even if the deceased did not pledge to donate eyes before death.


Organ transplantation is a surgical removal of any organ or tissue from one person to another

Giving food can potentially save lives. Many people who are homeless or hungry are simply

Cleaning of Public Areas improve the cleaning standards and service quality in public areas

Believe India Equip children with the knowledge necessary to become active participants and positive

In Believe India we are watering all the plants which we have planted throughout our services.

Public programs to help poor obtain medical care have evolved as the country has grown richer

A homeless person is somebody who has no reasonable accommodation to live in or lives in a hospital,

"Road safety is no accident". Road Safety is a multi- sectoral and multidimensional issue.

Donating blood is a safe process. A sterile needle is used only once for each donor and then

Eye donation is an act of donating one’s eyes after death. Only corneal blinds can be benefitted

Giving food can potentially save lives. Many people who are homeless or hungry are simply

"Plant More Trees To Save the Earth". Did you know that all around the world, 3 to 6 billion trees