Chinta Foundation

Providing those with a genuine need anopportunity,
in whatever form necessary

Our Mission

We aim to empower the lower strata of society, especially children and women, through relevant education, innovative healthcare, and market-focused livelihood programs.

Our Model

Chinta foundation is a non-profit, voluntary citizens’ group that performs social service on a local, national or international level. We work on specific issues such as environment, education, health or human rights. We also play an important role in developing society, enhancing communities and promoting citizen participation.

Our Challenges

Lack of credibility of companies

It’s about ability, trust, or transparency to create an exact impact – make many contributors reluctant towards donating.

Lack of maintenance

In many developing countries, the lack of infrastructure is quite common and NGOs believe that people deserve a better standard of living. We have decided to address this issue by building communities beneficial to a lot of individuals.

Lack of Funds

Many NGOs find it difficult to garner sufficient and continuous funding for their work. Often, they have limited resource mobilisation skills locally, and instead, they wait for international donors to approach them. This is both time-consuming as well as inefficient.

Our Impact

Promote education

Our purpose is to promote education among the underprivileged. Our development program includes Education, health, livelihood for children and women, provision to be equally affected by lack of resources.

Concerns of elders

We work for the cause and care of under-aged elderly people and improve their standard of living”. We take action against universal, pension, healthcare, Elder Abuse at the national, state and social levels with the central and state governments and advocates for the needy.


We help specially-abled children and adults to develop essential skills. This organization helps those belonging to the economically disadvantaged sections of society by providing free-of-cost surgeries to patients suffering from polio and other congenital disabilities.

Women empowerment

The principle of gender equality is enshrined in the Indian Constitution in its Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties and Directive Principles. The Constitution not only grants equality to women, but also empowers the State to adopt measures of positive discrimination in favour of women.

Agriculture and rural development

Around 70% of India’s population live in rural areas and their major activity is agriculture, and major productive asset land. 

For the rural population, it is the control and ownership of land that determines their well being. Therefore, ownership and control of land are of prime essence to millions of people.

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