Welcome to Laxmi Society for Social Development(LSFSD)

Laxmi Society for Social Development is the Youth volunteers and Non Governmental Organization has worked for development and welfare as Social Poverty ,illiteracy ,unemployement ,Social Economical , Environmental ,Spritual ,Health,Cultural,Sports,Martial arts, Lame, Blind ,Deaf,Dumb,Child Labour Development and Awareness.

Organization has established by co-operation by help of rural youth & urban peoples on 11 th Ausust 1980 and Registration No.-149/1980-81 under the Society Registration Act. 21 ,1860 Govt of Bihar ,FCRA Registered No.-031290024/1995-96 , Ministry of Home Affairs ,Govt. of India and Affiliated to Nehru Yuva Kendra , Madhubani Affiliation No.- 428/2007-08 under the ministry of youth affairs and sports , Goverment of India. Sangathan has situated at Vill. &P.O.- Arer Hat, Block - Benipatti, Dist-Madhubani ,Bihar(India).

AIMS & OBJECTIVES OF LAXMI SOCIETY FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

Rural unemploymnet is agravancing point for the people that it has marred the pace of socio- economic programme in our country. Division of agriculture holding into small farmers due to repid growth of population has further added towards on agritude of the problems.

Illitrerat or semi- illiterate persons are visiting others state like Punjab, Haryana as casual agricultrural labourers. The condition of youths is still worst. Thei functional activity and ability could be improved such as to make their earning and adding to family income.  Read More


Laxmi Society for Social Development

  • Carrer with us

    Any one can join with and be part of organisatopn as a Doner , Volunteer , Campus Head , Area Head and many more .Subscribe to our E-Newsletter and we'll keep you posted on events, ways to get involved. Read More

  • Where we work

    LSFSD works in many states in India and has directly impacted the lives of more than a million children and their families.. Read More

  • Our History

    Since 1980, we have been working with our partners to help children access their rights to proper healthcare, basic education, and healthy environment, protection from abuse and exploitation and participation in decisions that affect their lives. Read More