Raksha is Celebrating 20 years of Service!
Raksha — meaning “protection” in several South Asian languages — is a Georgia-based nonprofit organization for the South Asian Community. Raksha’s mission is to promote a stronger and healthier South Asian community through confidential support services, education, and advocacy. Guided by values of consensus in decision-making, diversity in leadership, and the dignity and worth of every individual, Raksha strives to empower and serve the South Asian community.
SAVE THE DATE: EK SHAAM RAKSHA KE NAAM!
OCT 3, 2015
Happy Father’s Day to the amazing men who show up in the lives of their loved ones! You do make a difference and we are grateful for you!!!
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Raksha, Inc Announces New Sexual Assault Support group for South Asian College Women
Raksha, Inc. is pleased to announce our first sexual assault support group for South Asian college women. For those who are interested please contact Raksha at 404-876-0670 or email to email@example.com. This will be a closed and confidential group starting the beginning of April. Please contact us by the end of March if you are interested. Free individual counseling services are also available.
Raksha will be 20 in 2015, will you make sure Raksha continues to do the little things that make a huge impact in our clients’ lives!!!!
Raksha Thanks its sponsors for all their support for Ek Shaam Raksha Ke Naam 2014!!!!!
Indian-American Aparna Bhattacharyya honored by US as champions of change
Aparna Bhattacharyya from Atlanta was honored by the United States to mark the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May. She was part of 15 Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) women chosen by White House as “champions of change” in recognition of her significant contribution to the community.
- Aparna Bhattacharyya : Executive Director of Raksha, in Atlanta, Georgia, is a passionate advocate for immigrant survivors of family and sexual violence and works to ensure that they have access to safety, justice and healing as well as the attorneys, law enforcement, and service providers are culturally competent to serve immigrant survivors.