ABOUT WWH

Bringing about Positive Systemic Change

WWH Charitable Foundation is a trust established to carry out services and activities for people in slums / villages and uplifting them and bringing them closer to the mainstream population. In the near future, our vision is to continue establishing new programs so as to continue to educate the community about local & global issues, community living and the possibility of achieving a bright future for their children despite personal hardships; through improved health care; insisting on the right to education, especially for girls and community involvement both in and outside the community. We will accomplish this by mutual exchange of ideas and partnering with communities, philanthropists and other NGOs as well. We look forward to a brighter future specially for families who struggle with issues of caste, unemployment, lack of education and unhygienic lifestyle.

Every life counts and we value every life!

Our Vision

WWH will achieve Systemic Change in the near future in areas where it acts through the efficient management of resources, the active participation of the community and the involvement of public institutions.

We will work as a catalyst in bringing change in the lives of underprivileged and marginalised children,

Our Mission

“We are just ordinary people, coming together to help achieve Positive Systemic Change in the communities that are victims of poverty, caste, gender, lack of opportunities and lack of encouragements. We want to see the people in need being helped irrespective of caste, religion, gender, and color. We are full of energies and burning with passion to transform the lives of people, who are mostly located in the slums and villages.

Our Team

Trustees Executive Officers Volunteer Partner- SSVP Youth Advisory Board
Mr Amaldas
Mr Eugene Das
Dr Janet Hendricks
Ms Varsha Kulkarni
Mr Saver D’Souza
Mr Swapnil More
Mrs Mary Das
Mrs Cassandra Nazareth
Mr Lawrence Das
Mr Lawrence Chettiar
Ms Pushpa Devadiga
Alfa Paul
Christine Vaz
Anand Prakash
JP
Arvin Prakash
Clement Lewis
Fr Charles Fernandes
Dr Leela Mathai