The Hans Foundation supports social development programs through a range of stakeholders. The interventions implemented by The Foundation vary from grassroots level to national level programmes. The Hans Foundation has signed MoUs with several state governments namely; Govt of Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Kerala, Nagaland etc. THF’s charitable programmes are majorly implemented in the most rural and under-developed areas in the country.
The Foundation also runs its signature programs directly implemented by the Foundation such as Cochlear Implant and Little Hearts for helping children afflicted with these ailments for giving them a new lease of life. The Hans Foundation has funded over 300 Non-Governmental organizations in 26 states. Presently we are working with more than 150 organisations and have also partnered with several states Governments. Till date, the Foundation has supported projects worth over INR 10 billion through which we have reached more than four million underprivileged people in the country directly or indirectly.
Vision Work towards creating an equitable society with the aim of enhancing quality of life for all through empowerment of marginalized and underprivileged communities in India.
Mission To identify and implement social development projects in areas of health, education, livelihoods and disability which are scalable and replicable, in partnership with NGOs, government and institutions, aimed at holistic development of all underprivileged and socially backward communities in India.
THF has also been a key player in the statewide development in Uttarakhand state (Budget 500 Cr) in last four years with interventions covering all sectors of development in convergence with Govt of Uttarakhand and other stakeholders. The Hans Foundation has made major forays into North Eastern regions of our country – Nagaland, Manipur, Sikkim, Assam, Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh, to reach out to the most neglected areas of these states. As part of our initiatives in the North East region, THF has signed an MoU with the Govt. of Nagaland. As part of this, THF has done strategic planning for next 10 years to enlarge the livelihood spectrum. This will be done by creating sustainable livelihood solutions benefitting more than 4000 families. THF also aims at intensifying initiatives such as development of small Agriculture based enterprises, allied sector and non farm sectors like piggery, poultry, bee-keeping, handloom etc.