Sarojini Nath, 1980:
I am sure that the dispensary and social service
activities would go forward with greater momentum
now. We have just completed the international year
of the child and are still going through the decade
for women for which the international year was celebrated
sometime back . Our projects have, therefore, been
and will continue to be specially beamed on these
Ms. Sarla Khanna , 1983:
They decided to contribute their energies and efforts
in awakening a spirit of "self-sacrifice"
amongst the members of residing community for establishing
social and cultural values.
Ms. Asha Handa 1984:
Various social activities led us to think of a Charitable
dispensary, which now stands before us as a monument
of true dedication, hard work and co-operation.
Ms. Nalini Sehgal, 1985:
The welfare clinic is really a dream come true.
We started from scratch with no finances and no
place of our own. God helps those who help themselves…our
respected Mrs.Shakuntala Mehra very kindly offered
the use of her garage…….But for the
team spirit of all the members of our organisation,
we could not have achieved all this. Each one of
us has risen to the occasion and worked indefatigably
and with dedication.
Ms. Sarla Batra, 1991:
The dispensary is functioning efficiently and quality
medicines are being given at a very nominal cost
in spite of rising prices. Competent and highly
qualified doctors are dutifully engaged in their
Ms. Krishna Satyanand, 1991:
In the year 1991-92 the Balwadi continued its attempts
to provide for 3-6 years old under-privileged children…another
need for the underprivileged children is space and
lighting to study and do the home work in the evening.
The possibility of making suitable arrangement in
the dispensary will be worth considering.
Ladies Welfare Association, PLWA runs a Charitable
Dispensary which is one of the major achievements
of the organization, this program started in 1979
through the joint efforts of the ladies of the colony.
This registered non-profit Charitable Organization...