Every month your scholarship helps one unordinary child continue with their dreams.

We provide each Orphan children with INR 1,500 per month which takes care of their education, food and healthcare needs.

Current A/C No. 6531907668
Jamia Millia Islamia Branch, New Delhi-25
Branch Code: 00J029
IFSC Code: IDIB000J029
RTGS: IDIB 000J029
(Note: You may deposit cash online to the account and email us the transfer details to account@hwfindia.org along with your postal address or inform us at 011 29945999)
Whatsapp: +91 72900 19242 (Althaf Muhammad)

Orphan Care

Orphaned children are among the most vulnerable in society. They are often left in the care of elderly relatives who do not have the ability to support them and often consequently receive no education and are driven into work at a very early age missing out on a real childhood and education. This obviously affects them for the rest of their lives and they are not able to develop into respectable members of society.

Our Orphan Care Programme is designed to address the needs of the orphans and improve their lives in a way that respects and preserves the customs and traditions of the communities in which they reside. Through Orphan Care Program we not only assist orphans and needy children, but also benefits the communities in which they live.

With over 10 years of experience in caring for orphans, our sponsorship programmes cover all aspects of a child’s well-being. This includes access to education, the provision of nutritious meals and healthcare and emotional support.

Our Orphan Care Program provides each orphan with




Orphan Care Project

  • To provide orphan children, a childhood that they never experienced and help them to become useful members of the society.
  • To encourage orphan children to kindle their potential by providing them with creative opportunities
  • To make available a secure environment where orphan can play and enjoy their childhood.
  • To provide Education to orphan children.
  • To provide such welfare services like lodging, boarding, health and recreation
  • To help in accomplishing physical, intellectual and aesthetic development of the child
  • Identification and short-listing of orphans
  • Individual assessment of each Orphan Child’s problems and needs
  • Disbursements of Funds
  • Enrollment in Public/Private Schools
  • After school tutoring and life-skills training
  • Community Involvement of Orphans
  • Periodical assessment of Child’s health and School Achievement.
  • Career Counselling.
All India with special focus on Northern Half of the country.

About Us

Vision 2026

Vision 2026 is an ambitious plan to bring about transformation on the social landscape of the country. The plan envisage establishment s of multifarious institutions across the country, with a strong human resource of committed volunteers and recognized community leaders.

I st serve the purpose of humanity and the Almighty as well. It dedicated to going is beyond charity by enabling the people to the optimum levels. Its rue orth lie in making a t n s society having peace, prosperity and justice for all. It call for a society with s justice for the maximum of the masses at large. It aims at enabl the have nots to ing - access the resources for a total change in their lives and hence promotes the country to step into a new world. It is all about total upliftment of the Indian society with a view to vertical mobility of every individual and group of people.

Human Welfare Foundation (HWF)

HWF is one of India’s leading non-governmental organizations dedicated to carrying out humanitarian and development programs to fight poverty and people’s sufferings by working in partnership with vulnerable communities regardless of faith, caste, gender or political beliefs.

Our mission is to help the poor and those in need to live sustainable, self-reliant lives within safe and caring communities. Our work is guided and shaped by the core values of accountability, humanitarianism, neutrality and impartiality, inclusiveness, integrity and co-operation.

The HWF acts as an umbrella body with distinguished and experienced community leaders on its board of trustees. It has over 200 local partners spread over 20 states, implementing 4774 projects. The number of beneficiaries so far is well above 9 million.