We join forces with the best organizations.
Below is a list of our partners and some information about our initiatives.
Stanford University Medical Center
‘Anannke Foundation’ partnered with ‘Stanford University Medical Center’ to fund and train emergency care physicians from developing countries such as India and Tashkent, to go back with skill sets needed to help develop emergency care in rural districts and promote mobile programs in preventive health practices for immunizations, gastric and reproductive health.
Youth for Unity and Voluntary Action (YUVA)
‘Anannke Foundation’ partnered with Youth for Unity and Voluntary Action (YUVA) a non-profit development organisation committed to enabling vulnerable groups to access their rights. YUVA encourages the formation of people’s collectives that engage in the discourse on development, thereby ensuring self-determined and sustained collective action in communities.
The partnership delivered solutions on issues of housing, livelihood, environment and governance primarily focussiing on women and children.
Anannke Foundation partnered with CARE International in Togo, West Africa to fund programs in health, water infrastructure, prevention of child trafficking, and capacity building for community organization.
CARE believes that solving the complex challenges of poverty and social injustice can best be achieved by working with others.
‘Anannke Foundation’ partnered with ‘Concern Worldwide’ Program, to provide funds which focuses on opportunities for women and girls. It worked in Somalia responding to emergencies caused by drought, flooding, conflict and food shortages, and continues to respond as they arise, with long-term resilience programs for nutrition, health, education and economics.
‘Anannke Foundation partnered with ’ Net Aid’ programs which is an anti poverty initiative, started as a joint venture between the United Nations’ Development Programme and Cisco Systems. NetAid employs a range of tools and activities to raise awareness and empower everyday people to become committed activists for the world’s poorest.
Say Yes for Children
‘Anannke Foundation’ partnered with ‘Say Yes for Children’ drive, and has made donations to the Australian Outback Doctors, San Francisco Arts Academy, India’s Artists, and Children’s Hospital in Cambodia.
Anannke Foundation’ partnered with ‘Nabha foundation’ and Funded & Mentored ‘ALL GIRLS School’ Secondary Wing of ‘2500’ girls for ‘Maharani Gurcharan Kaur Euro Group’, Nabha, Punjab, India.
‘Anannke Foundation’ is proud to announce partnership with ‘Aman Movement’ to bring about change on prevention & eradication of bullying. It is a civil reformist movement for eradication of ragging in India. The movement is lead by Prof. Raj Kachroo and together, we plan to advance our projects for the Empowerment of Women & girls.
- It researches issues that are not talked about in media or otherwise.
- It has a solution for Management of Women’s Post Crime Trauma & Management of Social Welfare schemes for Women. Its solution forms the basis of centrally sponsored scheme called – Integrated Sakhi – One stop Centre & 181 – Women Help Line.
- It researches functioning of Judiciary.
- It is also a part of a network of 100 “Societies for Fast Justice” working under the banner of FORUM OF FAST JUSTICE.
Save the Children
‘Anannke Foundation’ partnered with ‘Save the Children’s and supported its Covid-19 programs with 30,000 kg’s of dry white Rice. The support aimed to enhance outreach of meals to nearly 20 lakhs children’s who lives on streets and is affected by the Covid-19.
The 12 states of India that the partnership touched are:
- Delhi: North, North-East, East, South-East and South-West districts
- J&K – Jammu, Srinagar, Anantnag
- Uttar Pradesh: Shravasti, Bahraich districts
- Assam: Dibrugarh, Dhemaji districts
- Bihar: Patna City, East Champaran and Sitamarhi districts
- Jharkhand: Gumla and West Singhbhum districts
- West Bengal: Kolkata city
- Rajasthan: Tonk and Jodhpur districts, Dungurpur
- Madhya Pradesh: Bhopal city, Badwani and Dhar districts
- Maharashtra: Mumbai, Nasik and Pune
- Telangana: Rohingya settlements in Telangana
- Odisha: Kandhamal, Boudh, Kendrapada, Koraput and Nuapada districts
Mother Teresa Foundation
We are Glad to announce ‘Anannke Foundation’ partnership with ‘Mother Theresa Foundation’ for scholarship program that covers 12 states of India. For the year 2020 we have selected ‘Nineteen’ students under this program where scholarships were given to orphans, semi-orphans, visually impaired and differently abled children, destitute, children of parents differently abled and visually impaired and affected by terminal diseases and economically poor boys and girls covering. Priority is given for first graduates and girls hailing from rural areas and urban slums.
It is relevant to state that 80% of the beneficiaries are girls and majority of them happen to be children of single mother.
(Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee)
‘Anannke Foundation’ supports ‘DSGMC’ programs with dry white rice every month and make sure no one goes hungry in Delhi, India while it fights the corona virus pandemic. Till now DSGMC is been able to feed more than one crore people in Delhi.
We at Anannke Foundation, believed that Rich people can stay home, as they have a store well-stocked with food, the vulnerable population that does not have savings to last even for a day are completely dependent upon external help as they are the hardest hit due to the pandemic.
In DSGMC ‘Langar on Wheels’ program trucks carrying cooked meals from Gurdwaras in Delhi are parked outside slums, government hospitals, old age homes, shelters, etc. and people queue up to get a free meal for themselves & their families.
Till date, Anannke Foundation has supported DSGMC programs with 17,000 kg’s of Dry White Rice.
Kalgidhar Society, Baru Sahib
‘Anannke Foundation’ partnered with the ‘Kalgidhar Society’, Baru Sahib to help those in need and give them an opportunity to lead a decent life, the Trust has established teacher training centers, a multi-specialty hospital, drug de-addiction centers, an orphanage, one old age home, and a Center for Distressed Women.
Anannke Foundation supports Kalgidhar Baru Sahib Society with 8,000 kg of Dry White Rice.
The Robin Hood Army
Anannke Foundation supports the programs at ‘the Robin Hood Army’ a volunteer based zero-funds organization that works to get surplus food from restaurants and the community to serve less fortunate people.
The lesser fortunate sections of society that the partnership serves include homeless families, orphanages, patients from public hospitals, and old age homes.
Anannke Foundation supports Robin Hood Army with 2,000 kg of Dry White Rice.
‘Anannke Foundation’ partnered with ‘Goonj’ for their remote rural communities in parts of 25 states/ UTs of India. Goonj channelizes material from cities to villages in the form of family kits and create an equitable relationship between cities and villages. These kits contain daily utility items as per the needs of the household that range from dry ration to essential items. Their kits are carefully created for family size of 4-6 including adults and children.
Anannke Foundation supports Goonj with 2,000 kg of Dry White Rice.