Founder, Sevadham, working for welfare of poor, marginalized and deprived women and children.
Ms. Bernadette Pimenta (March 2019)
Working for Tribal people to help them live a stable life, educate their children and help them understand the necessity of hygiene and medical treatments.
Mrs. Varsha Parchure (March 2018)
Worked for Blind children and helping them to stand up on their own in the society.
Mrs. Suhasini Manjrekar (March 2017)
Worked for women and student empowerment and has trained many teachers for gender sensitization.
Dr. Kranti Jejurkar (March 2016)
Being a physically handicapped yet has contributed for the self-defense of women and upliftment of poor women.
Ms. Eva Athavia (March 2015)
Fought for one said triple talaq, worked for upliftment of Muslim women.
Ms. Saira Banu (March 2014)
Ms. Pratibha Menon (March 2013)
She has worked for Dalit Women to solve their problem against Drug Alcohol abuse and established institutes to take care of economically backward families, beggars and orphans and victimized women in Adivasi areas.
Mrs. Stella Jimmy Morais (March 2012)
She is founder of the organization "The Prem Seva Mahila Mandal“ Kalyan, focuses primarily on the upliftment of the down trodden: women of the lower middleclass, widows and domestic workers. Balwadi play school, Adult Education Assistance and Tribal Education etc. is also provided by this organization. By listening to her experiences, our students got sensitized to social problems.
Dr. Geetha Mahajan (March 2011)
She is a social activist and is the founder of Bharatiya Mahila Federation (Thane Samiti). She aimed at women's equality, secularism, socialism, democracy, education and world peace.
Ms. Zakia Khatib (March 2010)
She has spent sixty years of her life in the upliftment of under privileged women and children, in the field of education and employment throughout Maharashtra through primary schools, Bazm-e-Niswa.