With the aim of expanding its role as a social institution and serving the society beyond just the production of books, Invincible Publishers and Marketeers founded the NGO 'Invincible Deeds'.
This organisation was started in 2014 in London by our founder Mr. Ajay Setia with a vision based on the belief that with good deeds, positive thinking and an affirmative choice of words, feelings and actions, we can contribute to the goodness in this world. Team Invincible is driven by the conviction that good deeds result in good blessings and the work we do for humanity cannot be bought in exchange of money.
We, at Invincible Publishers, want to spread happiness and reach out to form unbreakable networks through which communities throughout the world can benefit in the form of social gatherings, fund raisers for good causes, sharing health tips, etc. Apart from this, our aim is to raise a voice for human rights and employment rights.Our Invincible Deeds
- March, June, August'17: Distributed books to poor people, donated books to schools.
- Jan 2017: Distributed blankets in the slum areas of Delhi.
- Oct 2016: Started a campaign against Book Piracy in India.
- April 2016: Distributed books for free in Chakkarpur and Vazirabad areas of Gurgaon, Haryana.
- April 2016: Collected books from 12 towns across UK and sent them to Nigeria with the help of a Nigerian Organisation.
- February 2016: Submitted a plea in the UK Embassy for the Right to Vote for NRI's.
- On 22nd Nov 2014, we went over the roads of London with bundles of blankets in our hand in search of people shivering from cold. Within 2 hours, we were able to spot more then 15 poor people sitting at tube stations and donated the blankets to help them get rid of the cold.
- On 27th Dec 2014, an annual all-members meeting was held at Manor Park Church, London. The agenda of the meeting was to discuss the actions taken by the members for the welfare of the society. This progress meeting was led by Mr. Ajay Setia and was hosted by Mr. Abdul Naqvi. 19 people participated in this meeting, out of which 18 were Asian and one African. As a new year resolution, we decided to follow all UK rules and avoid any display of aggressive behaviour that could spoil the image of our respective native countries.