The Good Friend Organization is a Non-profit voluntary social Organization took up the cudgels to provide secure to special children like (Orphan) Blind, HIV/AIDS, PHC & Other ORPHANS. The GFO started as a small Organization in 1999 started as home based training for special children in the areas of extended physical and mental support to them. Strive to provide opportunities to the Blind and made them self reliant. Guide the Unemployed, Motivate and encouraging the people. We provide free education, medical aid, clothing to the inmates, special (Braille) education with special facilities. The management affairs are being handled by PRO (Public Relation Officer).
The Good Friend Organization is a Non Governmental Organization registered with government of INDIA (301/2011) under the Non-Governmental Organizations Registration. The Organization was formed mainly to focus on Rural Community Blind people development in various aspects. The GFO caption is good for all. The Good Friend Organization is based in Guntur District but organization activities and Orphan blind rehabilitation center for boys & men hostel is located in Hyderabad. Rehabilitation center for Blind orphan girls and women and hostel is located in Pedavadlapudi in Guntur Dist, Andhra Pradesh.
The Good Friend Organization Director Mr.K.J.Prakash MDCA, MCA, started service in 1999. He is a software consultant. The effort the outcome of kandru’s family, sincere efforts towards disabled. It is established by a single individual, Mr. K. J Prakash S/O.K.V.Kalyana rao garu and Bandi Chiranjevamma garu determination to make a difference however small, in the lives of these special children-found the approval of many a kindred soul. They came from all walks of life in Business, finance, education, social services. People who recognized that charity and infrequent expressions of compassion were not required; but a continuous involvement by way of helping them realizes their innate talents, training them in vocational skills to make them self-reliant adults and taking the burden of day-to-day living off their slender shoulders.