1. Who is RACH Foundation
RACH Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization, dedicated to improving the quality of life of underprivileged children and families.
Established in 2007, RACH Foundation aims to support, engage and empower socially and economically underprivileged communities by improving their living environment, increasing access to healthcare and education, facilitating social inclusion, and creating opportunities that allow them to build a more sustainable future for themselves.
2. What projects is RACH Foundation involved in?
We have been organizing various programs in the sphere of healthcare, education, and community development, in order to help improve the quality of life of underprivileged children and families. These include:
The Foundation has adopted the Lucknow slum in Uttar Pradesh, where nearly 1,000 underprivileged families reside. We provide assistance to the slumdwellers to improve their living conditions, and work to create opportunities that would allow them to build sustainable livelihoods.
The Foundation is undertaking a major project in 2010 whereby it liaises with local government authorities to get identification cards issued for slum dwellers, thus facilitating their integration into the social mainstream. We are also looking to start regular evening schools in slum areas where free dinner will be organized for students.
3. Where is RACH headquartered at? Where are established offices?
The RACH Foundation has offices in several parts of the world, but we do not have a headquarters as such.
We are registered in USA and UK, with representation in Monaco, UAE and India. Contact us
4. What percentage of the donations received goes into RACH's operating expenditure?
The Foundation's goal is to bring its operating expenditure below international standards. More than 70% of the proceeds from all fundraisers, donations and auctions go into charity.
5. What are the Foundation's upcoming projects?
The RACH Foundation is undertaking a few big projects in 2010, including a program whereby it liaises with local government authorities to get identification cards issued for slum dwellers, thus facilitating their integration into the social mainstream.
We are also looking to start regular evening schools in slum areas where free dinner will be organized for students. In mid-2010, the Foundation will implement the second phase of its sustainable water management project, whereby it will install dozens of public water pumps in slum areas in India.
The Foundation is also working to organize medical training camps conducted by world-renowned psychotherapists Professors Dr Giorgio & Dr Renzo Stendoro Rocca, to facilitate effective treatment of people affected by stuttering.