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  • Sec-62, Gurgaon


"Dream child Dream High

Every child has a right to Dream

Dream what you want to be

The world is your playground

Skip and jump through the maze

Ultimate aim is to win the race"

Conceptualized in 2007 with a motto to empower underprivileged children to claim their not-so-fundamental right to dream; this project is transforming lives by imparting quality education free of charge.


Latest Happenings

What our Partners have to say……

Shalini Malhotra, Founder-Director, NeeV: “NeeV is a perfect example of a dream that a team of 35 women has seen together and turned into reality! And, together, our aim is to give its beneficiaries a strong foundation of holistic education upon which they can build their future.u003cbru003eAm amazed at the unfathomable potential of our students and the immeasurable altitude of their determination! Each one of them has what it takes to make this world a better place!”
Sanjay Dhamu, COO, Smile Foundation: “Smile Foundation has been working with NeeV since 2008. It has been a wonderful journey and a learning experience for both the organizations. Neev has been doing great work for the disadvantaged community in Gurgaon through its sustained interventions and has given hundreds of children an opportunity to get quality education and break the vicious cycle of poverty and ignorance. We are proud to have NeeV as a partner for our Mission Education programme.”
Mohit Sood, Office Management Principal, New Delhi, ZS Associates India: “ZS’s relationship with NeeV has come a long way – from being associated with just a few students to over hundred now. This gives an amazing sense of gratification. I believe that fulfilling a kid’s wish is one of the most joyous feelings in the world, and I take pride in saying, that ZS in collaboration with NeeV has been able to make an impact on several kids and will continue to do that. The never give up attitude of these kids is truly inspiring. I wish all the success to this noble cause and NeeV students.”