Lovedale Foundation - NGO in Bangalore shared Education Kits and Grocery Supplies
Lovedale Foundation- NGO Supporting People Through Medical Camp

Education is the fundamental right of all children. Our constitution states that every child between the age of 6 to 14 years has the right to get free and compulsory education.

Lovedale Foundation is an NGO in Bangalore with more than 50 volunteers that runs various social service events in schools and remote areas of Karnataka where people do not have access to basic facilities including education and clean drinking water facilities.

As a social being, it is hard to see poor and deprived people struggling hard to get treated for hereditary diseases like diabetes. Most of them do not even know the utilization of benefits of various Government schemes for medicines. 

Healthcare Camp for Children in Rural Areas | Lovedale Foundation
Donation Under Corporate Social Responsibility Program

Our Continuous Great Job for the society makes us one of the Best Ngo in India

“One man can make war, but it is children who make history”. We know that children are the future of civilization. 

Jamsetji Tata, who is regarded as the ‘Father of Indian Industry” was an influential industrialist during his time. He founded Tata Group that was India’s biggest multi-industry company. He is the father of our favorite and respectable Industrial tycoons Ratan Ji Tata

We human beings are social animals and dependent on each other to fulfill our basic needs and demands. For prosperous and peaceful living, we have adopted the concept of civilization where people are engaged in one or the other form of activities in a hierarchical order.

There is a great saying “Help Ever Hurt Never” and that is universal.

Lovedale Foundation aims to help poor kids and women through a child sponsorship program in collaboration with various philanthropists and corporate people.

Health and Wellness Workshops is an interactive program designed to engage, educate and inspire individuals as well as groups and organizations about the importance of good health.

The ultimate goal of human life is to live a happy and peaceful life, but most humans are not worth it. We humans destroy our peaceful life in many ways such as overthinking, expecting more than we worked for, interrupting other’s life, and hoarding wealth.

The service of the Doctors, nurses, and all other healthcare working staff cannot be forgotten during the COVID-19 pandemic. Their roles were crucial during the crisis in saving the lives of the people. The pandemic shook the world by spreading deadly diseases forcing countries to impose strict lockdown for several weeks.

India got complete independence from the British colonial rule 75 years ago. This year India
celebrated “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” which means diamond jubilee celebration of Indian