Maharashtra including sex workers, visually impaired individuals, transgenders and more.
Madhya Pradesh including rural tribals, children and self-help groups.
Relief Work including police departments, hospitals and migrant workers.
OUR BENEFICIARIES & COMMUNITIES
Kohka Foundation is a
Non-Profit Organisation working towards the generational upliftment of tribal and underprivileged sections of society in India.
With roots in Seoni, Madhya Pradesh which have now spread to Mumbai, Maharashtra - we have spent the last 8 years bringing our motto of "Engagement, Empowerment & Enrichment" to life.
In the need of the hour, we have been focusing our relief efforts aimed at the Corona Virus pandemic since 2020.
Our major beneficiaries in Madhya Pradesh include tribal students, adolescents and women who do not possess employable skills and are financially non-independent.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, our main beneficiaries in Mumbai have been city-wide police departments, hospitals, transgender and sex worker communities, and visually impaired individuals.
Computer Classes for MNB Industrial Home for the Blind and for sex worker communities in Mumbai
Nisha, Wadia Hospital
Healthcare of Rs, 2 lakhs for 12-year-old Nisha Chaurasiya who was suffering from Juvenile Deaumatomydic.
Online classes for supplementary maths education for 8th, 9th and 10th grade students
Block-Printing, Tailoring, Candle and Diya making training for
sex workers in Mumbai
Global HR Business Partnering and HR Operations, PepsiCO, New York.
"It is magical to see the impact of giving back! Sanjay Nagar, you have demonstrated that 1 person can make a difference to 100s.
. As it did for us, a small detour from Nagpur will probably offer ways for you to contribute to an India that will be left behind if we don't step up to make a difference."