Service through Fellowship is the lifeline of Round Table India. It is through the fellowship of young men that this organisation has served the community for many decades. Round Table India started its efforts in helping the community with small projects directed towards service. Over the years, we have grown from strength to strength and today we are building big projects and have moved over from community service to community development. The concept of National Project for Round Table India was introduced in 1992.
BLOOD TYPING, the National Project in 1992 enlisted over 30000 Blood Donors across the country.
OPERATION THIRST in 1993 was the first Community Development Project to provide drinking water source to village people by sinking over 500 bore wells at a cost of over Rs.10 Million.
AWARENESS OF AIDS BEING THE KILLER DISEASE WAS PROMOTED BY ROUND TABLE INDIA IN THE YEAR 1994.
PROJECT SMILE PROVIDED DENTAL HYGIENE FOR RURAL CHILDREN BY CONDUCTING SEVERAL DENTAL CAMPS, BENEFITTING ABOUT 300,000 CHILDREN IN THE YEAR 1995.
In 1996, “RIGHT TO LEARN” the National Project to provide school infrastructure was very successful and over 140 school buildings were constructed at a cost of over Rs.70 Million, benefiting 200,000 rural children across the country.
In 1997, Round Table India launched “PROJECT TOUCH” and we adopted 2000 orphan children in association with SOS Children’s village at a cost of Rs.1.5 Million.
PROJECT JEEVAN was another recent project launched with a good humanitarian gesture. It promoted blood donation that makes a big difference in someone’s life.
In 1998, Round Table India launched “FREEDOM THROUGH EDUCATION” to provide basic infrastructure for primary education in rural India, reaching out to about one million children over a period of 10 years.