List of children in need of sponsorship20 Children
At ten years of age, Imtiyaz Choudhary lost his mother to jaundice. He continued to live with his father, who mostly kept ill. To provide quality supervision, the Ra foundation enrolled him in Shri Shivaji Preparatory Military School, Pune. Know more
Imran's father passed away in 2012. Imran lived with his mother and two younger siblings and his mother works as a maid to take up the family’s financial responsibilities. Know more
Bhumi Tambe lost her father at a tender age. She lived with her mother and brother. The family’s living situation was unsafe because a giant tree was growing through the house that acted as an attraction for dangerous reptiles and snakes. Know more
Bhagyeshri lacked quality supervision and education due to an unfortunate domestic life. To provide the same, in 2015, the Ra foundation enrolled Bhagyeshri in 2nd grade in Sweet Memories Highschool, Panchgani, through its Happy Days Progra Know more
Anish Shaikh lost his mother when he was just one year old. To help with Anish's education and supervision, the Ra foundation enrolled him in 1st grade in Silverdale High School, Panchgani, through its Happy Days Program. Know more
Aarya Tambe set foot in Ra’s Happy Kids Program in 2017 as a reticent 11 year-old. Coming from a far from ideal family situation and susceptible community environment, he instantly blended in and discovered his academic and creative interests. Know more
Aditya Kuwar lost his father at a young age. His single homeless mother does not work and thus is unable to provide proper food and shelter. Know more
Aditi Pawar (2009) lost both her parents, and lives with her elder sister in Indore. They also have two other older sisters, both married and settled with their respective families. To support them Know more
Bishwajeet Singh (2001) is from West Bengal but lives in Mumbai with his aunt as he is an orphan. Know more
About Sponsoring a ChildChildren left vulnerable due to the loss of parents, abuse or extreme deprivation need a lot more support and care to help them achieve their social and academic potential. Support the holistic education of a child through the residential schooling format of the Happy Kids Program to ensure that much needed humancare for the child.
Ra Foundation identifies schools that can work seamlessly with our team, towards the emotional, social and academic development of the child by encouraging hobbies/ interests, mentoring & providing remedial classes.
The core of our program is to provide access to a safe, caring and motivating environment as well as to high-quality education through the residential school format. We partner with good quality residential schools in Panchgani, Nashik and Pune to achieve this.
Our kids take up college courses, after taking an aptitude test, to pursue careers of their choice. We support the college kids with a mentorship program as well as take care of their other expenses like stationery and pocket money
The Happy kids program encourages kids to develop their talents and interests even in college. Some of our kids take up vocational courses or talent/ hobby classes to build on their skills and talents.