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Times Now Amazing Indians Awards 2023 Nisha Malawat Wins Times Now Amazing Indians Awards 2023 in “Slum Care” Category

Welcome To Raise Hope Small Actions Lead To Big changes

Education Support

As per UNICEF data 7.1 million children in India do not go to school.

Medical Support

Nearly 1.73 million children die in India every year due to lack of treatment.

Orphanage Support

An orphanage is a residential institution devoted to the care of orphans.

Women Empowerment

Any society is identified by the empowerment of the women.

That’s 14% of the world’s population. Put another way, that's 1 in 8 people alive today living without hope amongst trash, sewage, drugs, and abuse in unimaginable conditions. Life without secure housing is a life without basic needs being met.

Help Us Now Recent Cases

Sarthak Sonawane

Treatment Expense Rs.6,00,000

Please support for Blood and Bone Marrow Treatment.

11 years old Sarthak Sonawane Suffering from B Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL is a type of cancer of the blood and bone marrow).

Luthufa Naseer

Treatment Expense Rs.7,00,000

Please support for Blood and Bone Marrow Treatment.

2½ years old Luthufa Naseer Suffering from B Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL is a type of cancer of the blood and bone marrow.

Ridan Bagwan

Treatment Expense Rs.6,00,000

Please support for Relapsed Refractory Metastatic Wilms Tumour Treatment.

8 years old Ridan Taufik Bagwan Suffering from Relapsed Refractory Metastatic Wilms Tumour.

Rutvik Karpe

Treatment Expense Rs.3,00,000

Please support her for Lymphatic Leukemia – Blood Cancer Treatment

3 years old Baby Rutvik Karpe Suffering from B Cell Acute Lymphatic Leukemia – Blood Cancer

Sopiga Veerasamy

Treatment Expense Rs.8,00,000

Please support her for Open Heart Surgery

3 years old Baby Sopiga Veerasamy Suffering from Congenital Heart Disease

Babies of Kalva Laxmi

Treatment Expense Rs.5,00,000

Please support the twins of Babies of Kalva Laxmi.

11 days old Babies of Kalva Laxmi born as extreme preterm with extremely low birth weights.

Swaraj Mahajan

Treatment Expense Rs.10,00,000

Support For Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia-Blood Cancer Treatment

11 years old Swaraj Mahajan Suffering from B Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Cancer.

Akshay Sudam

Treatment Expense Rs.4,00,000

Support For Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia-Blood Cancer Treatment

9 years old Akshay Sudam Suffering from B Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia-Blood Cancer

Avesh Shaikh

Treatment Expense Rs.6,00,000

Support For Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia-Blood Cancer Treatment

5 years old Avesh Shaikh Peeru Suffering from B Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.

Priyal Kodalkar

Treatment Expense Rs.3,00,000

Support For Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia-Blood Cancer Treatment

5 years old Priyal Kodalkar Suffering from B Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia-Blood Cancer.

Smita Patait

Treatment Expense Rs.6,00,000

Support For Acute Lymphoid Leukemia (Cancer) Treatment

5 years old Smita Patait Suffering from B Cell Acute Lymphoid Leukemia (Cancer) (B-ALL).

Snehal Madhe

Treatment Expense Rs.10,00,000

Support For Recurrent Neuroblastoma (Cancer) Treatment

7 years old Snehal Madhe Suffering from Recurrent Neuroblastoma (Cancer)

Sarthak Raut

Treatment Expense Rs.2,00,000

Support Him For His Chemotherapy (Cancer) Treatment

3 years old baby boy suffering from Rhabdomyosarcome cancer.

Help Other People We Dream to Create A Bright Future Of The Underprivileged Children

Get to Know Us Let Us Come Together To Make a Difference

Abhilasha Foundation is a non-profit NGO established under Society Registration Act, 1860 and The Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950, Abhilasha Foundation is a organization benefitting underprivileged children and their families through various projects on healthcare, education, nutrition, shelter, livelihood, women empowerment, child protection, and other social issues.

Abhilasha Foundation works with the society to create positive transformation. Since its inception, the organization has worked to empower vulnerable sections of society, with a particular emphasis on children and women, by providing them with the opportunity to lead a life of dignity and freedom.

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Since 10 Years

Plan and implement or join hands with government, donors, non-government and other volunteering bodies for implementing, development that fulfill our vision to educate, organize, strengthen the downtrodden communities with total capacities to manage their own development.

Since 10 Years

Fostering a society wherein women are empowered enough to add value to their family and society; all children are empowered with education and enjoy their childhood rights and creating sustainable and humane society wherein all living being have access to manage their livelihood.

Since 10 Years

We believe in “Converts desires into reality……”, Abhilasha Foundation’s honest objective is to be there in all welfare and uplift activities wherever and whenever society needs. Our foundation is to identify and fulfill the society’s basic needs.

Success Stories Because Your Life Matters

Tisha R Fulsunge

Successfully Treated Congenital Heart Disease

Anya Pavan Rai

Successfully Treated Congenital Heart Disease

Madhura S Naikdhure

Successfully Treated Congenital Heart Disease

Shivshant Biradar

Successfully Treated Congenital Heart Disease

Have Questions Frequently Asked Questions

These were a few of the most asked doubts, FAQs about charity and we tried answering it in a generalized way. In case we missed any of your queries, click below and we’ll answer it.

Ask It Now
What is the true meaning of charity?
Generosity and helpfulness especially toward the needy or suffering also an aid given to those in need receive charity from the neighbors.
Do NGOs pay salaries?
Most of the NGOs do pay salary but the added job satisfaction of working with NGOs is much better than any other job.
Does Charity brings Good Luck?
It is a proven fact that giving charity is linked with utmost self-satisfaction.
How to verify the NGO is Genuine?
Only registered NGOs are deemed to be legal or allowed to be legal. Make sure you are donating to an NGO registered and have a legal identity.
Is donating to an Individual’s account recommended?
No. There are many scamsters who take donations on their account but never give to the needy.
Are donations deductible in Tax?
Yes, we provide 80G receipt and 10BE certificate for Indian donations.
Is the donated amount rightly used for Poor People?
To ensure that the donor is rightly informed about the expenditure of their donations, any registered NGO will follow a strict post-donation procedure and bills for the same are duly shared.
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