Inauguration of ASK Trust

Inauguration of ASK Trust

ASK Trust was started in May 2007 by its founder Mrs. Hebzi Ebenezer

Mobile Medical Unit

Mobile Medical Unit

The MMU of ASK Trust visits and treats patients in 14 villages fortnightly, along with 2 Doctors and 2 nurses. They also conduct Health Camps in other villages during the weekends. 2 villagers pose for a picture after their health check-up and treatment.

Happy Faces after a Medical Camp

Happy Faces after a Medical Camp

ASK Trust conducts medical camps during weekends at schools in the villages and in nearby communities. This School, where the picture was taken, is located in Pipalwada Village in Tapi District for Tribal Children.

ASK Community Medical Camp

ASK Community Medical Camp

ASK also conducts weekend camps in partnership with NGOs who are working among the Adivasis of South Gujarat. This picture was taken during one such camp. Women waiting in turn for their checkup.

ASK Campus

ASK Campus

ASK Trust has a center in Dungarda Village, Dangs District, Gujarat. Here, ASK Trust has started a Clinic, an English Medium School and a Leadership Training Centre. ASK looks forward to develop a 30 bedded Multi-speciality hospital in this campus. The first full-time staff family of ASK Trust. The Trust first started in this small house.

Bore-well Project

Bore-well Project

ASK Trust, in association with 'Wells For Life', provides bore-well projects to communities that do not have access to clean drinking water. This picture was taken during the dedication of one of the bore-well projects in a village.

ASK English Medium School

ASK English Medium School

ASK started an English Medium School for Tribal Children on the 20th of June, 2017.

Called to Serve God and Humanity

About ASK Trust

Ashirwad Sewa Kendra Trust was established in June 2007. It is an NGO committed to working for the holistic transformation of the tribals and people in need. The organisation name is derived from Sanskrit, which means, 'Blessing Service Centre'. It is committed to being a blessing in the lives of the people in need, suppressed and oppressed communities. ASK works with the motto " called to Serve God and Humanity". The holistic transformation that ASK looks for is the physiological, social and economic development of family and the community at large.

President's note..

We established Ashirwad Sewa Kendra Trust (ASK Trust) in June 2007. This is a Christian based NGO, committed to work for the holistic transformation of the tribals and people in need.

The name of the organisation is derived from Sanskrit and means ‘Centre of Blessings and Service’.

We serve to be a blessing in the lives of the people in need, suppressed and oppressed communities, driven by the love and power of God (Christian Love).

As the motto rings... “Called to serve God and Humanity”

The projects we have currently undertaken cater to the different requirements of the community - like health, education, water resources - and try to address the needs in these areas.  

The holistic transformation that ASK Trust looks for is thus, the Physiological, Social, Educational and Economical development of the individual, family and the community at large.

Dr Ebenezer D Dasan, Ph.D

President

ASK Trust

October 03, 2020

ASK Hostel Opening

The date of Hostel reopening will be updated soon. Conatct +91968733300, 02632252686.

June 09, 2020

ADMISSIONS OPEN FOR LKG

ADMISSIONS FOR LKG IS NOW OPEN IN ASK ENGLISH MEDIUM SCHOOL. PLEASE CONTACT +919687333300 FOR DETAILS

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Happy Faces after a Medical Camp

ASK Trust conducts medical camps during weekends at schools in the villages and in nearby communities. This School, where the picture was taken, is located in Pipalwada Village in Tapi District for Tribal Children.