About Us

Welcome to our NGO The Eternal New Life Foundation Trust! Our organization was founded with the mission of empowering people with physical disabilities and under priviliged to live full, independent lives.

The Eternal New Life Foundation Trust is registered under Societies Act Reg No BK IV 388 / 2013 -2014. It’s a 10-year-old NGO based in Bangalore, started by Sriharsha Pottem, a physically challenging person with Navy background (Ex TheShipping Corporation of India Ltd). The Eternal New Life Foundation Trust is focused towards empowering the physically challenged and orphans.

Our team consists of passionate and dedicated individuals who are committed to making a difference in the lives of those with physical disabilities. We believe that everyone has the right to live with dignity and respect, and we work tirelessly to ensure that our community members have access to the resources and support they need to thrive.

At our NGO, we provide a wide range of services to support people with physical disabilities. This includes advocacy, education, employment support, and access to assistive technology and equipment. We also provide counselling and mental health support to help individuals cope with the emotional challenges of living with aphysical disability.

Our organization is deeply committed to promoting inclusion and accessibility in all areas of society. We work with local businesses, schools, and government agencies to promote policies and practices that support the full inclusion of people with disabilities. We also offer training and education programs to help people better understand the needs of individuals with disabilities and how they can best support them.

Above all, our NGO is a community of people who share a common bond: the experience of living with a physical disability. We are dedicated to providing a safe and welcoming space for people to connect with others who understand their challenges and share their goals. Together, we can create a more inclusive and supportive world for all people with disabilities.