Child Help Foundation
We work in the best interest of the child. We have a pan India presence.
We focus on the basics such as education, health, food and shelter. Our approach is holistic and our style hands-on. We are on the ground, where it matters most for the child. We enable both families and communities. We have several grassroots initiatives.
We will be completing our first decade of growth soon. We started working in 2009 and our registrations came in 2010. We are building on our many successes and reaching out to more and more marginalized children
Registered as not for profit organization in 2010 under the Bombay Trust Act. CHF Registration No: E-6427/Thane/2009-10.
Reaching out to marginalized children in need, empowering them, bringing smiles and making them future-ready.
Our Mission is to inspire and empower people to the culture of giving into changing the lives of the children in need.
347 children got a new life after getting medical support in their cancer treatment, open heart surgery, liver, kidney and bone marrow transplant.
8336 children were fulfilled with the proper nutritional value under health, hygiene, and nutrition program.
104670 underprivileged children got access to the quality education which is their basic need.
1067 women get a better living lifestyle under the skill development training in tailoring, nursing, and beautician's course.
5436 Sanitation Support
20 Washbasin has placed under the water sanitation and hygiene program.
3000 children and people got a new shelter who were affected in the calamity disaster
2000+ volunteer support had joined us to bring smiles to the faces
792 orphanage get support which nourished the lives of many children
Founding Trustee, a law graduate and an MBA, hailing from a tribal belt from the state of Odisha. He has over 15 years of work experience in various firms and corporate sector. "Whatever you give; comes backs to you in thousand folds" is his philosophy of life and he is popularly known as a Go-Getter.
An ardent traveller and passion for the development of the tribal made him undertake journeys to the remote tribal pocket in India. After a successful career, he had decided to spend the rest of his life for the betterment of society and the country. He founded the Child Help Foundation.
He is a leader, team player, committed and passionate about the cause of the Children in Need and Protection. Under his leadership Child Help Foundation has reached 17 states in India.
Mr. Rajendra Pathak was born in the eastern part, studied in the northern part, initiates his carrier in the southern part and now resides in the western part of India. He is known for his unlimited energy and untiring efforts to see the culmination of any task undertaken. He is the Production & Industrial Engineer and an MBA Marketing holder with 20 years of experience in social entrepreneurship and resource mobilization.
At an early age, he was witness to the hardships faced by the poor and weaker sections of the erstwhile states. He understands the need for extra efforts by the society for the upliftment of the downtrodden.
He believes education alone can make them realize their rights and only then they can tread on the roads of prosperity. So he emphasizes building newer and strengthening the existing infrastructure for the education in rural areas.
His dream project is to design a unique “sustainable livelihood program” for every village and implement phase-wise, based on the available skills and resources. He has also conferred with Mahatma Award from the Liveweek in New York City for social good 2018.
With over 19 years of Corporate experience; he provides the team of Child Help Foundation with strategies, ideas and works closely with Management Team in implementing the Program. Coming from a rural background has helped him easily understand the need for educating the deprived section of society.
He is a graduate with a Master in Business Administration. An ardent follower of ethics & well versed with “Donor Management Mantras”; believes that change can happen speedily with the active involvement of the rich. He works towards bridging the gap between the “well to doers” & the “needy” by creating social engagement programs which will help in creating a “social ecosystem” ideal for the growth of any nation.
His dream project is to adopt 100 villages under the banner of Child Help Foundation & give free access to basic education for the needy.
403/ 404, Sai Arpan, Near P.G. Vora School, Joggers Park Rd, Mira Road, Maharashtra 401107, Mira Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India