WHO WE ARE

WHO WE ARE

 The Hans Foundation endeavors to make a quality impact through its passion and work 

Ms. Shweta Rawat

The Hans Foundation endeavors to make a quality impact through its passion and work

Ms. Shweta Rawat

The Hans Foundation is forever indebted to Mata Shri Mangla Ji and Bhole Ji Maharaj for being a source of inspiration and guiding spirit. It is a privilege and an honor to have their patronage and work towards their grand vision for humanity.

The Hans Foundation is forever indebted to Mata Shri Mangla Ji and Bhole Ji Maharaj for being a source of inspiration and guiding spirit. It is a privilege and an honor to have their patronage and work towards their grand vision for humanity.

The Hans Foundation, established in 2009, is a Public Charitable Trust that provides funding support to Not-for-Profit organizations in India. The main areas of intervention for the organization are; Education, Health, Livelihoods and Disability. THF’s Strategic planning focuses on key areas of its work with the aim of addressing the key issues of poverty alleviation, economic inequalities, and 360° impact on the quality of life through social development programs

THF’s programs are majorly implemented in the most rural and under-developed areas in the country. Over the years, THF has expanded its charitable activities in collaboration with State and Central Governments, institutions, corporates, academia and non-government organizations for sustainable interventions to achieve scale and economy. The interventions implemented by the foundation range from grass root level to national level programs.

MESSAGE FROM FOUNDER AND CHAIRPERSON

The journey that has lasted a decade, started with a single name – Hans. The idea was simple – to pay homage to the lives of Shri Hans Ji Maharaj and his wife Shri Rajeshwari Devi, spiritual leaders who preached a message of love and universal brotherhood. When we originally discussed how best we could credit Shri Hans’s work and add to his gifts to society, it was decided that philanthropy would best serve those goals. And thus in April 2009, we registered the name The Hans Foundation. That was the easy part.

As the foundation took its first steps, we soon realized that though rescue and relief of a charitable nature would always be an essential part of the work – or as my mother calls it ‘work of the heart’ – it was important to glimpse into the future and create pathways to sustainability and independence – or in other words ‘work of the head’.

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MESSAGE FROM FOUNDER AND CHAIRPERSON

The journey that has lasted a decade, started with a single name – Hans. The idea was simple – to pay homage to the lives of Shri Hans Ji Maharaj and his wife Shri Rajeshwari Devi, spiritual leaders who preached a message of love and universal brotherhood. When we originally discussed how best we could credit Shri Hans’s work and add to his gifts to society, it was decided that philanthropy would best serve those goals. And thus in April 2009, we registered the name The Hans Foundation. That was the easy part.

As the foundation took its first steps, we soon realized that though rescue and relief of a charitable nature would always be an essential part of the work – or as my mother calls it ‘work of the heart’ – it was important to glimpse into the future and create pathways to sustainability and independence – or in other words ‘work of the head’.

We dreamed big from the get-go. We never restricted ourselves to one state or region. We purposefully kept away from religious and communal divides. Our basic tenet was and remains to provide and improve access. That no one in our big, beautiful country should be bereft of clean water or the right to send their children to school. No one should die of lack of medicine or doctors. Children have to be provided the tools to pursue their dreams and accomplish great things. Disabled people have the same basic human rights and dreams and need support to realize those dreams. Every farmer in India should have access to technology and methods to improve his path in life. And that is how I see the foundation today. A means for many.

We have been fortunate to have partners who believe in our dreams and share our vision. We have received bipartisan support from Central and state governments, who genuinely want to reach their people in the farthest corners of their states and understand that The Hans Foundation is helping bridge that gap.

We have been inspired every step of the way by Shri Bhole Ji and Shri Mangla Ji who tirelessly visit every school and hospital and open their hearts to all those who ask for help. We thank Manoj Bhargava for his dedication to his country and for never asking ‘Why’ or ‘How’ we plan to accomplish our ambitious goals.

For like the people we help, we dream too. We dream of a country where girls never have to second-guess their future. We dream of clean rivers, green forests and a loving relationship with Mother Nature. We constantly strive for healthy minds and healthy bodies that will come together for a healthy nation.

Each individual who has contributed his or her time to the foundation has grown with it. And as we complete the decade, I look forward to future years with a wonderful team. As Robert Browning said, “The Best is yet to be.”


Shweta Rawat
Chairperson

MESSAGE FROM FOUNDER AND CHAIRPERSON

The journey that has lasted a decade, started with a single name – Hans. The idea was simple – to pay homage to the lives of Shri Hans Ji Maharaj and his wife Shri Rajeshwari Devi, spiritual leaders who preached a message of love and universal brotherhood. When we originally discussed how best we could credit Shri Hans’s work and add to his gifts to society, it was decided that philanthropy would best serve those goals. And thus in April 2009, we registered the name The Hans Foundation. That was the easy part.

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MESSAGE FROM FOUNDER AND CHAIRPERSON

The journey that has lasted a decade, started with a single name – Hans. The idea was simple – to pay homage to the lives of Shri Hans Ji Maharaj and his wife Shri Rajeshwari Devi, spiritual leaders who preached a message of love and universal brotherhood. When we originally discussed how best we could credit Shri Hans’s work and add to his gifts to society, it was decided that philanthropy would best serve those goals. And thus in April 2009, we registered the name The Hans Foundation. That was the easy part.

As the foundation took its first steps, we soon realized that though rescue and relief of a charitable nature would always be an essential part of the work – or as my mother calls it ‘work of the heart’ – it was important to glimpse into the future and create pathways to sustainability and independence – or in other words ‘work of the head’.

We dreamed big from the get-go. We never restricted ourselves to one state or region. We purposefully kept away from religious and communal divides. Our basic tenet was and remains to provide and improve access. That no one in our big, beautiful country should be bereft of clean water or the right to send their children to school. No one should die of lack of medicine or doctors. Children have to be provided the tools to pursue their dreams and accomplish great things. Disabled people have the same basic human rights and dreams and need support to realize those dreams. Every farmer in India should have access to technology and methods to improve his path in life. And that is how I see the foundation today. A means for many.

We have been fortunate to have partners who believe in our dreams and share our vision. We have received bipartisan support from Central and state governments, who genuinely want to reach their people in the farthest corners of their states and understand that The Hans Foundation is helping bridge that gap.

We have been inspired every step of the way by Shri Bhole Ji and Shri Mangla Ji who tirelessly visit every school and hospital and open their hearts to all those who ask for help. We thank Manoj Bhargava for his dedication to his country and for never asking ‘Why’ or ‘How’ we plan to accomplish our ambitious goals.

For like the people we help, we dream too. We dream of a country where girls never have to second-guess their future. We dream of clean rivers, green forests and a loving relationship with Mother Nature. We constantly strive for healthy minds and healthy bodies that will come together for a healthy nation.

Each individual who has contributed his or her time to the foundation has grown with it. And as we complete the decade, I look forward to future years with a wonderful team. As Robert Browning said, “The Best is yet to be.”


Shweta Rawat
Chairperson

FROM THE DESK OF THE COO

वतन के हर विकास से कदम मिला रहे हैं हम
तेज़ आँधियों में कुछ दिए जला रहे हैं हम

– गुलज़ार

The year 2021 has so far been a very significant one for The Hans Foundation. With the still ongoing worldwide pandemic that put stress on our country’s health system, the Foundation has been forced to realign its approach to bring about social change in the country.

After more than 10 years of supporting organizations in implementing projects across the country, this year The Hans Foundation has taken the monumental decision

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FROM THE DESK OF THE COO

वतन के हर विकास से कदम मिला रहे हैं हम
तेज़ आँधियों में कुछ दिए जला रहे हैं हम

– गुलज़ार

The year 2021 has so far been a very significant one for The Hans Foundation. With the still ongoing worldwide pandemic that put stress on our country’s health system, the Foundation has been forced to realign its approach to bring about social change in the country.

After more than 10 years of supporting organizations in implementing projects across the country, this year The Hans Foundation has taken the monumental decision to shift largely towards on-ground self-implementation of projects. A decade worth of learning and experience from working with partners would be well-integrated into the new projects designed and implemented in this mode.

The pandemic has very well revealed the need of the hour. India’s healthcare system has always been in need of support, but never before has that need been as highlighted as in the last year. Thankfully, the foundation has been able to rise to the occasion to support state governments in emergency relief work. We have supported 11 state governments with life saving equipment like oxygen concentrators and oxygen generation plants and have helped strengthen infrastructure by also providing medical beds. Meanwhile THF’s many Mobile Medical Units have continued their mission of bringing healthcare to the remotest areas of the country, doing much to generate awareness on COVID-19 protocols.

Health for All has always been one of the foundation’s mandates. With Hospitals in Satpuli and national projects for eye banks across the country, our Little Hearts Program which provides life-saving surgeries to underprivileged children with congenital heart disease, and over 40 mobile medical units providing access to primary healthcare in some of the most remote areas of the country – it made sense for Health to be one of our first areas of expansion. And so some of the first steps in this new phase of the Foundation’s journey have been to set up our own self-implement Mobile Medical Unit projects to strengthen primary healthcare in remote villages across Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.

Meanwhile, we are of course still committed to our mission of bringing about holistic social development for all underprivileged communities across India by continuing to implement scalable and replicable projects in areas of education, livelihoods and disability.

As we enter our second decade of existence, we reaffirm our resolve for all-encompassing dimensions of our vision “Enhancing quality of life for all through the empowerment of marginalized and underprivileged communities in India”. We genuinely acknowledge the unstinted support of our partners and seek their continued support to fulfill our dream. Thanks to the entire team at THF for their hard work and dedication.


Mr. Sandeep Kapur
Chief Operating Officer

FROM THE DESK OF THE COO

The year 2021 has so far been a very significant one for The Hans Foundation. With the still ongoing worldwide pandemic that put stress on our country’s health system, the Foundation has been forced to realign its approach to bring about social change in the country.

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FROM THE DESK OF THE COO

वतन के हर विकास से कदम मिला रहे हैं हम
तेज़ आँधियों में कुछ दिए जला रहे हैं हम

– गुलज़ार

The year 2021 has so far been a very significant one for The Hans Foundation. With the still ongoing worldwide pandemic that put stress on our country’s health system, the Foundation has been forced to realign its approach to bring about social change in the country.

After more than 10 years of supporting organizations in implementing projects across the country, this year The Hans Foundation has taken the monumental decision to shift largely towards on-ground self-implementation of projects. A decade worth of learning and experience from working with partners would be well-integrated into the new projects designed and implemented in this mode.

The pandemic has very well revealed the need of the hour. India’s healthcare system has always been in need of support, but never before has that need been as highlighted as in the last year. Thankfully, the foundation has been able to rise to the occasion to support state governments in emergency relief work. We have supported 11 state governments with life saving equipment like oxygen concentrators and oxygen generation plants and have helped strengthen infrastructure by also providing medical beds. Meanwhile THF’s many Mobile Medical Units have continued their mission of bringing healthcare to the remotest areas of the country, doing much to generate awareness on COVID-19 protocols.

Health for All has always been one of the foundation’s mandates. With Hospitals in Satpuli and national projects for eye banks across the country, our Little Hearts Program which provides life-saving surgeries to underprivileged children with congenital heart disease, and over 40 mobile medical units providing access to primary healthcare in some of the most remote areas of the country – it made sense for Health to be one of our first areas of expansion. And so some of the first steps in this new phase of the Foundation’s journey have been to set up our own self-implement Mobile Medical Unit projects to strengthen primary healthcare in remote villages across Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.

Meanwhile, we are of course still committed to our mission of bringing about holistic social development for all underprivileged communities across India by continuing to implement scalable and replicable projects in areas of education, livelihoods and disability.

As we enter our second decade of existence, we reaffirm our resolve for all-encompassing dimensions of our vision “Enhancing quality of life for all through the empowerment of marginalized and underprivileged communities in India”. We genuinely acknowledge the unstinted support of our partners and seek their continued support to fulfill our dream. Thanks to the entire team at THF for their hard work and dedication.


Mr. Sandeep Kapur
Chief Operating Officer

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