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Maturing young girls in India face a startling reality-menstrual hygiene and management related issues is a top cause for remaining absent from school, due to the lack of adequate water for washing, lack of soap, and ,inadequate toilets and dispose facilities. Poor sanitation and long-standing myths…


In recent years, Old Age Homes have become more relevant to India than ever before. There are many reasons for this in today’s age. For example, Elders can get left behind as youth look for more opportunities in cities or abroad. But regardless of the reason, an elder may be too unwell to…



The nation’s education system has benefited the upper class, producing a number of global CEOs. But it hasn’t worked for the masses. All schools deserve the proper support to provide an equal opportunity to our children through education. Infrastructure, training, and learning equipment are three areas we have identified as high…


According to SOS Children’s Village, in 2011 there were an astounding 20 million orphans recorded in India. Not only do they face the trauma of being orphaned, but also the threat of enslavement, forced labor, disease, homelessness, hunger and abuse. We believe the only options for orphaned, destitute, and vulnerable…


For families under financial constraint, sending a child to higher education or a young person supporting oneself through schooling, can be out of reach. Underprivileged youth at risk of dropping out or discontinuing their studies, often due to financial reasons, are offered a chance to continue their education through…



Many women in rural areas of India face gender bias that keeps them at a disadvantage, unable to have independence or high quality of life. We empower women through skill development and job support so they can earn an income and have a place of respect in their community. We offer 3-month courses in tailoring, candle making, bag…


The International Labour Organization reports that the unemployment rate in India is rising. In 2010, 27% of India’s youth were not enrolled in school, training, or employment. Due to financial constraints on families, a large number of unemployed youth are not able to further their education. Reaching Hand aims to…


The link between poor education and India’s low labour-force participation is clear. Educational and skill development are critical to improve both social and economic outcomes for India. In our ever-growing technological society, a world of opportunity opens up to young people when we provide them access to it. Students in…

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Home for 500

Immediate need for constructing a home for 48 children under our care!!!

Reaching Hand, as of now, accommodates the kids of New Home in a rented premise. It currently consists of 46 children (23 girls + 23 boys) placed in two buildings. Our dream is to build a Dream Home and Dream School for our children along with a kitchen, canteen and a huge ground that can eventually accommodate 500 children.

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4th June 2016


4th June 2016

Reaching Hand

Reaching Hand is a registered Charitable Trust started in 1996 to work with vulnerable children, marginalized women & deprived families empowering them to lead a life of hope, self-worth and dignity. It envisions a promising future for all by acting as a catalyst for social change. Empowerment of children, women & families from weaker sections of society through quality education, health care and skill development is the key focus of Reaching Hand

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No. 44, 1st Floor
Nehru Road, Above Syndicate Bank
Yadava Layout, Arvind Nagar
St. Thomas Town Post
Bangalore - 560 084,India

+91 08041677874
+91 +91 9880019216

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