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Changing their world, supporting their dreams

Mahesh Foundation is positively impacting the lives of medically challenged children ensuring access to nourishment, healthcare, and education for their holistic development.

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AIDS attack the body.
Prejudice attacks the spirit.

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My journey commenced in 2008 when I encountered a 4-year old HIV positive lonely child in a government hospital, he had lost his mother in the morning. The child had nowhere to go.

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Founder’s Story!

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We have faith in our ability to make a positive impact.
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About Us

For 16 years, Mahesh Foundation uplifts HIV-positive and underprivileged children, offering them a chance for a dignified life. Through Care Home, 4,200 children received shelter, nutrition, healthcare, and education, fostering growth and well-being. Additionally, 81,000 families benefited from our Community Support initiative, aiding socially disadvantaged groups. With 900,000 students educated about HIV/AIDS, awareness spreads, while 38,000 underprivileged children gain knowledge and skills for a brighter future, breaking the cycle of poverty. Mahesh Foundation's relentless efforts continue to create a positive impact


Since inception, Mahesh Foundation has zero mortality. One of the only few organizations to recognize as a FIT institution. The Foundation has been reaching thousands beneficiaries every year.

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What we do?
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Stories of Change
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How are your contributions utilized?
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Direct Program Expenses
Admin Expenses
Fundraising Expenses
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Voices of our Volunteers

"Mahesh Foundation has been my family. A place filled with love, laughter and joy. My volunteering days were the best that I spent there. I thank them for this wonderful opportunity given to me. I learned a lot of things during my volunteering".

Ramni Hangirgekar


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