Our Mission and Vision
Education is an integral part in deciding one’s future. Working towards the improvement for whom ‘Quality Education’ is a far cry, we aim at establishing educational institutions at their doorstep and providing them education to make their small world a bit happier by giving them a secure future.view & browse
We believe in bringing smile to those who are deprived of basic essentials for survival because they are short of resources. Bharoosa’s existence in self is one of the way where our team engages with people who believe in humanity and want to support and bring smile to others.view & browse
As per a recent survey, many lives are lost in India because of lack of suitable clothing for different seasons. Going by the true meaning of – “Roti, Kapda Aur Makaan” in human lives, we try to eliminate worries regarding “kapda” or “clothing”. Lets join hands towards this goal and bring happiness in the society.view & browse
What We Think!
Bharoosa as the name suggests, is a faith which we all have on us, as a society, on humanity,that there are people who want to help each other who want to support each other in any way and means they can. In our society, there are many people who have positive feelings towards each other to support but they don’t have the proper channel to share their support to the needy ones . So we have created Bharoosa – a trust for all those like minded supportive people who want to help the needy. The concept of Bharoosa is that we take the old unused clothes from the privileged people of the society and give them to the under privileged ones. As most of the time we don’t know what we should do with the old clothes which we don’t wear while purchasing the new ones.
So through Bharoosa we distribute all kind of old clothes, shoes and any other kind of household unused material which will help some one else to live their life in much better way. We welcome all age group people from kids to senior citizens who want to become our members and add their kind efforts in the cause. Our official website is Bharoosa.com from there you can apply for membership online and also you can call our volunteers they will guide you further if you want to donate any old unused clothes. Alone no-one can do anything for society, we also need your support so please support as much as you can and spread the positive words about us . Thanks to you from our entire Bharoosa Team to be a part of this great cause.
Education is considered to be the foundation of one’s life. We ensure that every child belonging to any section of society does not stay deprived of education. Our ultimate goal is to focus on all those activities due to which India is lagging behind other countries. There are piles of records that testify that uncountable number of people in India are not able to fulfil their basic needs inspite of working day and night. Our aim is to help them minimise their hardships by providing them support in every manner. We ensure that the help we provide does not include flow of money, but the flow of those goods and items that are of no use to the belonging party. We see India as One and all Indians should act as One. By being united, we can conquer anything, including poverty.
Ashish Bahukhandi is an Indian Business magnate, entrepreneur,and philanthropist.His mission is to serve the needy people. He is the Founder and Trustee of Bharoosa.
Hemant kumar is a retired Government Officer. After his retirement, he wants to contribute to the society by putting his personal efforts and money.
Rahul Bahukhandi is a Senior Director Business Development in Baidu ( Leading Chinese Company ) and having 9+ years of working experience in big companies like Airtel , IBM , Alibaba and Baidu.
Current estimations of the number of people below the poverty line vary from 20% to 50% of the population – from conservatives’ to liberals’ estimations – precisely because of the debate around the Indian poverty line. The idea is that recognizing either 240 million or 600 million poor means radically different policies for a government, so clearly the stakes are high for the parties representing richer segments of the population.
50% of Indians don’t have proper shelter. 70% don’t have access to decent toilets (which inspires a multitude of bacteria to host their own disease party). 35% of households don’t have a nearby water source. 85% of villages don’t have a secondary school (how can this be the same government claiming 9% annual growth?). Over 40% of these same villages don’t have proper roads connecting them.