Please select the amount you wish to donate
By donating to RA Foundation you will be helping us and our children with below costs.
Annual school fees, Toiletries, Recreational activities during holidays.
Travel, Lodging & Boarding
Child's journey school/home (twice a year), Travel and food expenses for annual gathering.
Ra Foundation's programme execution costs.
Donations to the trust are exempted under Section 80-G of the Income-tax Act, 1961. The trust is also registered under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 1976.
Use your skills and experience to support the work we do:
Be Our Photographer
You can volunteer your time, skills and experience to capture our childrens different moods and activities, Ra Foundation's special events and celebrations.
Fundraise For RA
As an individual, with your business or company you can help us fundraise or create awareness! Please get in touch, to explore a collaboration or partnership.
Be Our Runner
Participate in the Dream Run, in Mumbai Marathon as an individual runner or as a Corporate Team or for the Student Challenge and support Ra wearing our bib.
Be a Mentor
Become our children’s friend and guide, you can be a role-model and a source of inspiration.
What is Mentorship?
Our Mentorship program starts with a child when she/he is in IXth standard and in residentail school. Mentoring is a development strategy for a child’s successful path to adulthood. A supportive individual, i.e. a mentor, works closely with a child to build a relationship by offering guidance, support, and encouragement to cultivate the child’s positive and healthy development and thus helping them grow up by becoming confident, respected and responsible.
Mentoring creates assurance in a child’s mind that there is someone who cares about them, and that they are not alone in dealing with the day-to-day challenges.
Support a Child
RA Children in need of sponsorship
Prem Pethare (2004) lives with his mother and elder sister, as his father has completely abandoned them, and since 2011 they have moved in with their maternal uncle’s family. Know more
Ujjwal Ghaiwat was two weeks old when he lost his father. He lived with his mother, elder sister, and grandmother, who was bedridden. Know more
Kiran Holgar lived with his grandparents and two elder siblings in Mumbai before his grandfather retired from the Railway Protection Force. Know more