AAs has maintained its legacy ever since it began in 2005, by providing the best quality efforts and offering their helping hands to the most needful children and giving them a ray of hope for their bright future. The NGO was recognized as the best NGO in the year 2013.
Manisha Payak, organization representative won The brave woman award in the year 2014, Monika waghaye and Sunita rai were presented the greenland foundation certificate for their dedication and hard work, Manju choudhary received the best counselor award by the Woman Empowerment Department in the year 2016.
According to the statistical data of the year 2014, 2015 and 2016 a total of 428 child labours, 324 child beggars and 608 missing children were rescued, 158 child marriages were stopped and 400 cases of child abuse were dealt with. The organisation provided medical support to 106 children, education support to 190 and shelter to 99 lost children.
The determination of the organisation’s best work was appreciated on the 26th January 2017 by the district administration and was awarded with an appreciation certificate for the same.