khushiyaan is a platform for selfless service for uplifting the helpless and needy. Also, the mission of khushiyaan is to empower generations beyond the boundaries of caste, creed, communities, cultures, colours, religion and deliver stability, hope and well-being. Through all the projects or seva activities, ACT is selflessly committed to social service in India.
Our core areas of activity include the following:
Ananta Khushiyaan Niwas
Naari ShaktiHappy Periods
Naari ShaktiWomen Empowerment
ACT to Stop Hunger: Feeding the poor on the street
ACT Fast ACT Now : Relief operations, disaster management
Supporting underprivileged by providing basic needs
Sponsoring education & health care to the needy.
Ananta Khushiyaan Niwas
Khushiyaan along with the help of the Ananta Foundation provides a home to the elderly that have been abandoned by their families or the society, we call it “The Ananta Khushiyaan Niwas”. Here we take special care of them right from their daily needs to helping them cope with the trauma that their families let them go through. We consider ourselves absolutely privileged that we get to cater and collect blessings of all these elderly. Today Ananta Khushiyaan Niwas is home to 6 elderly with a capacity to provide shelter up to 15 residents. It is located on the outskirts of Mumbai at Belapur, Navi Mumbai. We urge anyone reading this to please take care of their elderly and if you find any mishappening in your neighbourhood in regards to the elderly, feel free to contact us, we would be the happiest to take care of them.
Roti Ghar is not just a project, its an emotion.It all started with a small dream of feeding &
mentoring underprivileged kids.Roti Ghar daily feeds healthy & freshly cooked meal to these kids once a day.Team Khushiyaan visits the adopted slums daily & is about to complete a year of Roti Ghar.
Started on : 5th December,2017
Impact Created :-
Roti Ghar now feeds 400 underprivileged kids Daily & 700 underprivileged every week in different locations of Mumbai. With feeding, team also takes care of their basic hygiene & education by mentoring them.
We aim to feed 3000 kids till December 2019.
Number of Kids benefited
Roti Ghar now feeds 400 underprivileged kids every week across all the locations & 100 kids daily. We are aiming at feeding 1000 kids by
Airoli sector 19
Airoli sector 20
Monday :- Smith Old Age Home
Tuesday :- Brahmand Ghodhbunder Road
Wednesday :- Ghansoli Sector 23
Thursday :- Mulund East
Friday :- Thane West , Opp. Raheja
Saturday :- Mahim
Sunday :- Borivali, Charkop Kandivali
"Naari" means woman and "Shakti" means strength. Naari Shakti aims to harness a woman's
strength to its optimum potential by empowering underprivileged women and thereby making a tribe
Started on : June 2017
Naari Shakti has three different verticals called as M.A.R.D., Naari Pathshala, and Empowering
M.A.R.D. – Menstruation A Right to Discuss
It’s an open platform to discuss about Menstruation & help underprivileged women to get happy
periods. Team M.A.R.D. of Khushiyaan Foundation conducts open talks with the group of people at
public places with a thought to Break the Taboo of Menstruation. With the awareness session, team
M.A.R.D. of Khushiyaan foundation also helps in providing "Happy Periods" to those underprivileged
women who cannot afford sanitary pads and often end up resorting to unhygienic practices like using
leaves, ashes, dirty clothes, etc. Till date team distributes free eco-friendly sanitary napkins to 2000
females every month at various locations of Mumbai.
An educated woman is like a magic wand, which brings prosperity, health and pride. We just have to
unleash her potential and see the magic happen. We have improved a lot on women education since
our independence, but a lot remains to be improved. Factors restricting the growth of women
education in India are mainly societal, and we need to recognize them and eliminate them, if we
want to achieve the goals of socio-economic development.
Naari Pathshala is a mission run by Khushiyaan Foundation aiming to offer quality education to all
the underprivileged woman. The only target of this project is to cover education in the rural parts of
Mumbai & other cities, to provide basic education to females which will help in reduction of frauds
happening with below poverty line people. Currently, team is educating 100+ women of Roti Ghar
"Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.
Team has taught 20 women from Azad Nagar slum the art of stitching cloth bags which is then sold
as eco-friendly cloth bags at no profit margin and the income generated is handed over to these
empowered women & recently few ladies of Roti Ghar- Thane west slum will be making 1000s
chapatis which will be distributed to the kids at Roti Ghar daily locations. This will help these ladies
to get some extra income to run their family.
Beach Warriors is the team spearheading
Dadar Beach Clean Up for more than a year. And
in this one year 700+ tonnes of garbage had been
collected and put to place.
Beach Warriors is the brainchild of Mr. Chinu
Kwatra under the guidance of Prof. Indu Mehta.
Beach warriors as a team has started Worli
Beach Clean Up, Juhu Koliwada Beach Clean Up
& Malad Erangal Beach Clean Up along with
Dadar Beach Clean Up.
Team is also qualified for Limca Book of
Records for conducting India’s First 24 hours
cleanup at Worli Village.
Started on : August,2017
Beach Warriors was recently named as "green
heroes" by Hindustan Times.
On 2nd October, 2018, team was interviewed and
appreciated by Mr. Amitabh Bachchan on NDTV
News for clearing up 1000+ tonnes of garbage.
Project Pathshala is a step forward towards
personality development of the underprivileged
kids. Out of school extra knowledgeable activities
like use of computers, easy English and
mathematics, good and bad touch, hygiene factors,
cleanliness are designed and conducted.
Team has adopted 3 schools & various slums
where the team mentors these kids, celebrates
birthdays and festivals, spreading happiness and
connecting with them at a personal level.
Team Khushiyaan also provides and arranges
various kids requirements like school fees,
stationery, school essentials like books, bags,
water bottles, etc.
Project Pathshala has reached and made the
lives of at least 1000 kids a little different, a little
better, by providing them basic requirements.
By 2019,Team wishes to reach 3000 kids and
Stats show that 50 percent of citizens residing in Mumbai live in slums, which means one of every two-person comes from the slums. The majority of slums in Mumbai do not have access to hygienic and fresh clean water which is the basic necessity of survival. Khushiyaan acknowledged this issue and started project ‘Boond’. Through this project, we provide fresh drinking water to 600+ families of people residing in the slums of Mumbai. This water is provided to them every week on a specified day. Khushiyaan in the near future looks forwardto adopting more such underprivileged families and giving them access to fresh drinking water.
Home for Paws
When it comes to dogs’ majority of people call themselves ‘Dog Lovers’, because dogs are one such loveable and empathetic animal. However, when it comes to stray dogs or adopting them people tend to think twice. This partiality was observed by our mentor Miss. Kavita Sugandh who has been dedicated with her work towards the environment, who then approached our founder Dr. Chinu Kwatra and this is how “Home for Paws” was endowed by Khushiyaan Foundation in 2018. The main driving force behind initiating this was to provide a home to abandoned and sick stray dogs. Currently, it is home to 25-30 abandoned stray dogs which are medically treated and nurtured. We have our dedicated member Mrs. Mahhi Dharod Singh who we call our own ‘Dog Mumma’ who takes care of all these beautiful souls. Our facility has all the modern amenities which creates a healthy and clean home for the strays. Once treated and cured these cute pups are sent back to the locations from which they were rescued.
Rab da Banda
Natural and Man-made calamities are both uncalled for and can occur anytime without any prior notice. There is a minimum we can do to prevent such things from happening, which is why we started the project ‘Rab Da Banda’. Through this project, we work similar to a disaster relief unit helping people in disaster-affected regions and help restore the environment. Some of our major work was witnessed during the Covid-19 Pandemic wherein we provided thousands of cooked meals to migrants on the streets. We also distributed Ration kits to people who lost their jobs to the pandemic. Khushiyaan and its young volunteers visited the flood-affected regions of Sangli and helped them restore their lives back to normal. When hospitals in India were facing a scarcity of oxygen, Khushiyaan came to the rescue providing oxygen cylinders to hospitals in Uttarakhand and Delhi.
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