FAQ

Frequently asked questions

Hawaa Foundation is a non-profit organization that will use the power of art and creativity to change someone’s life for the better. Our goal is to help those who can’t afford necessary things like education or even allow them to learn something new.

Hawaa Foundation is a national-level development organization with its welfare projects spread across India. We have already run a number of projects, and we plan to expand and add more in the future.

Our mission is to empower underprivileged children, youth, and their families and community through relevant education, innovative healthcare, and market-focused livelihood programs.

Our vision is to create a world where everyone has access to opportunities to improve their quality of life.

To help people grow, we believe in a long-term approach that focuses on developing their potential and equipping them with skills to face challenges in their lifetime. So we work with local communities and partner organizations to implement programs that can positively change their lives through specially designed interventions.

Hawaa Foundation has been working in the areas of education, healthcare, youth employability and empowerment of women and girls, natural resource management, entrepreneurship, and livelihood projects.

The Foundation offers scholarships for girls’ education, vocational training courses for youth, loans to small farmers for their family livelihoods, grants to NGOs who are offering health care services in remote areas. It has set up a night school where high-school students can study after work hours. It is working with villages on water quality monitoring and improving village toilets.

It provides sanitary pads to poor women across India so they can attend a school or go about their daily activities without being embarrassed or ashamed by menstruation-related problems.

You can go to the Donate Now section of Hawaa Foundation’s website and donate online. For other donation-related queries, please write to xyz@gmail.com.

Hawaa Foundation’s mission is to make a difference in the lives of underprivileged women and girls with our programs, technical assistance, and advocacy.

The Foundation has been working since 2004 to improve the quality of life of poor women and girls through education, healthcare, vocational training, livelihood creation, and sustainable natural resource management. The Foundation also advocates for robust laws that protect the rights of poor and raped women and girls in India.

Our goal is to eradicate poverty from remote areas through inclusive development solutions, create jobs for poor men and women to afford food on their own, build sustainable livelihoods and promote gender equality. More information: www.hawaa.org .

The Foundation aims to reach out to girls who are deprived of education due to poverty, social barriers, and inadequate infrastructure at their place of residence. The Foundation does this through initiatives that directly reach out to girls who cannot attend school due to a lack of funds or family responsibilities.

 

To help close the gender gap, XYZ helps set up night schools for girls to study after daily school hours. The school provides free books, instructors, and other resources needed for learning.

 

Two other projects allow XYZ Foundation’s field staff to take 20 underprivileged children to school for a day so they can learn and engage with their peers in a more open and peaceful environment than their homes. For more information: www.xyz foundation india.

The Hawaa Foundation has established a strong record of transparency and accountability. The Board of Directors, the Trustees, and other staff are committed to the highest standards of integrity in all matters pertaining to donor funds. 

Hawaa Foundation operates on a pay-as-you-go basis. The funds received from donors are used to implement our projects and programs directly. Donors’ donations are spent according to roadmap priorities identified by the Board of Directors. The money raised through fundraising activities is spent on direct humanitarian services, funding education programs, providing microloans or grants for livelihood development, or other costs related to our work.

Hawaa Foundation finance comes primarily from two primary sources: 1) Direct donations by individuals, companies, and foundations; 2) Annual fundraising efforts.