Hope Foundation

Empowers lives through education, healthcare, skill development, livelihood support, homes, and disaster relief, bringing hope and creating lasting change in communities

  • Bronze Certified 2023
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  • 80G
  • 12A
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  • Headquarters

    Delhi, Delhi

  • Since


Hope Foundation brings hope and changes lives through a clear vision of transforming the lives of individuals in need. Its 'Cradle to Career' approach Read more ensures comprehensive support, starting from childhood education and care, and continuing through skill training and livelihood development. Collaborating with Government schools nationwide, it focuses on holistic development, leveraging the power of teachers, technology, training, and extracurricular activities. By partnering with corporate entities, Hope Foundation provides training and job placements in various fields such as Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics, Cloud Computing, and vocational skills like plumbing, masonry, electrical work, tailoring, and weaving. It also extends interest-free loans to nurture women entrepreneurs, enabling them to earn a sustainable income from their homes or nearby locations. The foundation's medical teams serve areas with limited connectivity, providing healthcare services and referring patients to hospitals for invasive procedures or surgeries. With a broad focus encompassing healthcare, skill development, livelihoods, shelter, rehabilitation, and education, Hope Foundation aims to make a positive impact and bring about meaningful change in the lives of those it serves.


Hope Foundation has impacted by reaching 2,30,000 individuals, providing training to 7,200 people, conducting 1,00,000 medical interventions, and operating across 12 states


  • Homes Programme

    Hope Foundation provides comprehensive 24/7 care and support to the residents of its homes. These homes cater to children and women affected by natural disasters and HIV/AIDS. While the children receive education, the adults engage in vocational skill development programmes like computer training and tailoring. The residents also have access to recreational activities such as gardening, photography, sports, and yoga, fostering their holistic well-being. Its home initiatives include the Arias Home of Hope in Acharapakkam, the Asharan Orphanage in New Multan Nagar, and the Community Care Centre in Tirunelveli. By offering a nurturing and inclusive environment, it ensures the safety, education, and skill development of its residents, enabling them to lead fulfilling lives.

  • Education Programme

    Hope Foundation positively impacts education by reaching over 250,000 children through their schools, non-formal education programmes, and tuition centres. Its Cradle to Career initiative ensures comprehensive education, good health, and post-school options. Corporate partnerships enable training and placements in fields like AI, Data Analytics, plumbing, and weaving. Programmes include Hope Foundation Matriculation School (Tannery Road), Hope Foundation School (Ashapura Nagar), and Samsung School of Hope (Chinnangudi). With a commitment to quality education and transforming lives, Hope Foundation provides opportunities for a better future.

  • Healthcare Programmes

    Hope Foundation provides healthcare services in areas with limited connectivity, ensuring that patients receive necessary medical attention. Its medical teams work diligently, referring individuals to hospitals when invasive procedures or surgeries are required. With their efforts, over 35,000 children, women, and men have gained improved access to healthcare through the Hope Foundation. Its healthcare programmes include the Primary Health Clinic in Nelageddarahalli and the Village of Hope in Tahirpur. These initiatives contribute to enhancing the overall well-being of communities and fulfilling the foundation's mission of making a positive impact on people's lives.

  • Skill Development Programme

    Hope Foundation's skill development programmes annually benefit over 10,000 young individuals in India, equipping them with vocational training in fields like tailoring, retail management, beauty care, housekeeping, paramedical training, cell phone repair, masonry, and electrical work. These programmes also emphasize spoken English and life skills. Upon completion, Hope Foundation supports job placement through partnerships and job fairs. Initiatives include the Village of Hope in New Delhi, Accor Centre of Hope in New Delhi, and vocational training programmes in Mumbai and Aurangabad. By empowering youth with practical skills and employment opportunities, Hope Foundation paves the way for a better future.

  • Livelihood Programme

    Hope Foundation fosters an enabling environment for entrepreneurship, connecting social safety net service providers, working capital providers, and vulnerable groups. Through its livelihood programme, it offers interest-free loans to nurture entrepreneurs, with a particular emphasis on empowering women. These loans promote economic independence and enhance the overall quality of life. Its initiatives include the Zero-Interest Small Loan Programme in Tamil Nadu, the MCS Zero-Interest Small Loan Programme in Maharashtra, and the Interest-Free Loan Programme in New Delhi. By providing financial resources and support, it empowers individuals to pursue their business ventures and improve their livelihoods.

  • Rebuilding Lives Programme

    Hope Foundation's Rebuilding Lives programme, through its disaster management initiative, follows a comprehensive three-step approach. Firstly, it swiftly responds to emergencies by providing essential relief items like food, water, medical assistance, clothing, and temporary shelter to those affected. Secondly, it implements mid-term measures such as establishing medical clinics, offering non-formal education, and providing vocational training to support individuals in their journey towards recovery and self-sufficiency. Finally, the foundation remains committed to long-term support by assisting people in rebuilding their lives through the establishment of schools, skills training centres, and small loan programmes, empowering them to start new livelihoods and regain stability.

Impact Metrics

  • Total Number of Children in School

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2014-15 11898
    • 2015-16 10382
    • 2017-18 12613
  • People Received Preventive and Curative Healthcare

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2014-15 35114
    • 2015-16 28423
    • 2017-18 21796

Leadership Team

  • Malarvili Prabath

    Executive officer (Women & Children Programs)

  • Saji Geevarghese

  • Balkrishan Kundanwar

  • Ian Correa

  • Chandrasekaran P

  • Namrata Ranjan

    Program Manager - Media and Communications

  • Roseline Charles

    Regional Administrator

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  • Registration ID

    S 22367

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  • 12A


  • 80G


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  • Headquarters

    A 46, New Multan Nagar Surya Enclave, Opp. Paschim Vihar, Delhi, 110056


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    Hope Foundation

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