Who We Are
Mukul Madhav Foundation (MMF) is an India-based charitable trust that has been spreading hope and happiness since 1998, registered in 1999, with an overseas office in London, UK (CIO: 1182723), started in 2018.
We are primarily engaged at the grassroots level with vulnerable, marginalised communities and individuals. Working dedicatedly to give access to the resources they need to flourish, to feel empowered and cherished.
We do this through collaborations with like-minded corporates, individuals, organizations, on-ground partners, and since 2014 also as CSR partner to Finolex Industries.
Our work encompasses healthcare, education, social welfare, water and environmental conservation, sanitation, women’s empowerment, disaster relief, promotion of sports and skill development. This accounts for 17 of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and 15 of the 16 CSR Mandates put forward by the Indian Government in 2014. With a determined focus to empower people with hope and happiness. To give them a foundation on which they can then fulfill their true potential. Setting them up for life. Not with charity and pity, but with dignity.
Close to our Hearts
We work to uplift communities with opportunities, infrastructure and resources. With initiatives across the spectrum, covering each and every aspect of their lives. Building resilient communities for the future.
- Our mission is to help the most vulnerable with quality healthcare, education, equality, empowerment, clean water and sanitation.
- Our mission is to support individuals with disabilities to live with dignity, to thrive and to succeed.
- Our mission is to facilitate the earth’s healing through water conservation, planting trees and driving sustainable initiatives.
We are working towards our dream of a world where everybody experiences well-being, prosperity and dignity. Irrespective of geography, language, skill, social status, age, gender, caste, creed or ability
in India covered so far
implemented so far
benefited by our projects
9 Rehab Centers
for Cerebral Palsy