We extend our invitation to volunteers and interns and all compassionate individuals who are eager to make a meaningful social difference to join our TechGenius Club, powered by Young Indian Scientist.

We are dedicated to creating positive change in our community, and we believe that together, we can achieve remarkable outcomes. We are actively seeking volunteers who are passionate about our cause and are willing to contribute their time, skills, and energy to support our initiatives.

As a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to work closely with our dedicated team and collaborate on a variety of projects aimed at addressing critical social issues. Whether you are interested in education, healthcare, environmental sustainability, or any other area, we have diverse volunteer roles available that can match your interests and expertise.

By joining our CLUB, you will not only be making a direct impact on the lives of individuals in need but also gain a deeper understanding of the challenges they face. Together, we can create a supportive and nurturing environment that uplifts communities and empowers individuals to thrive.

If you are ready to make a difference and contribute to meaningful social change, we would be honored to have you join our team. To register you can do so by paying one time non-refundable fees of Rs 100/- This amount will be used for the administrative & social causes only. After paying, please attach the receipt and email your details us on and our team will reach out to you for the further steps of the club activities.

Together we can! Let’s create a brighter future for all.


Work together to build a strategy and work towards building sustainable rural communities

Provide scholarships to rural students participating in various activities held under Project Kartavya

Partner in different projects

Provide assistance for sourcing or assisting workshops, learning materials and certifications


Ngos partnering with the corporate sector to find solutions to problems which rural areas are facing has seen a growing trend. Such partnerships benefit both the corporates and the non profit organisations to address the social economic problems at a much larger scale. We at Human Welfare are open to such selective partnerships with businesses who share a mutually sustainable goal to promote and integrate rural and urban development together.