The existence of Non Government Organizations (NGO) is believed to be more than twenty five thousand years. There are evidences that prove existence of over 100,000 private, not for profit International NGOs during 1850s. The number of NGOs happened to grow post the 2nd World War. The significance of NGOs was realized by the United Nations. At the UN Congress that was held in San Francisco in 1968, a provision was made in Article 71 of the Charter of the United Nations framework legalizing that the NGOs could offer Consultation for the Economic and Social association. No country on this present day is without a NGO and India, the largest democratic system in the World has over 3 million NGOs, which can be translated as there being one NGO for a set of every 300 to 400 people. Inspired by the contribution of Voluntary/Charitable Organizations in Europe, North America, Latin America, Australia, Africa and many Asian countries and particularly  Mahatma Gandhi in India, Mr J B Chowhan, an Indian Entrepreneur with a philanthropic ideology had established a non Political NGO. Under his able guidance, Atma Vallabh Medical & Educational Trust (Foundation) on 9th day of April, 2007 at Bangalore, India was formed. The aim was to offer relentless services to Indian community and the communities of the world at large with a phased approach keeping Health and Education as the basic theme