Welcome to Ahaana
Empowering the underprivileged
Ahaana strives to empower all those who need a helping hand. Food, water, hygienic living conditions and education are elemental for basic living. Yet, there are many who are deprived of even the basic amenities. At Ahaana, we aim to help such people in need. We take it upon ourselves to provide these basic amenities to them with the funds that we raise. We follow 100% transparency by updating you about the lives that you’ve impacted through your donations.
The pandemic had been tough for all of us. The nation was in the midst of the deepest crisis. However, some of us had it worse than the others. The virus left the daily wage laborers and the below poverty line people more bruised and battered than ever. Having drained them of everything they ever owned, it left them scrambling to make a living/survive.
Ahaana was founded with a vision to uplift those who had bare minimum livelihoods and were hit by the pandemic. We step forward to help and empower those whose lives are synonymous to survival. Having impacted several lives, we are now a constantly expanding team with students across several colleges in India who are action-oriented and wish to bring about a change in the society.
Lives impacted and striving for many more.
OUR WORK SO FAR
We've successfully completed our Diwali Food drive in which a total of 229 people were reached out to and were given 2 kg flour, 1 kg dal, 1 kg salt, 1 blanket and a soap. Apart from this, 15 homeless people were provided with biscuits, bananas and blankets.
We also completed a successful Sanitation Drive where we distributed Sanitary Napkins and Masks to 200 women in rural areas.
In our New Year's Drive we were able to help 72 families by providing them with 2 kg flour, 1 kg dal, 1 kg salt, 1 blanket and a soap.
In our February Drive, we were able to provide 45 families with 2 kg rice, 1 kg dal, 1 kg salt, 1 blanket and a soap. We also provided the women of these families with sanitary napkins.
In our July Drive, we were able to provide 50 children with food packets. The contents of each packet were 3 puris, aloo sabzi, 1 sweet and 1 Frooti. Apart from this, each child was given one mask and 2 big sanitizer bottles were provided to the administration.
In our August Drive, we were able to help a school which comprises of children who are mostly from poor families or are orphans with ration for 2 months which includes 50 kgs rice, 30 kgs dal, 25 kgs salt, 10 kgs atta and 40 soaps.
In our September Drive, we were able to help 20 families with clothes. It gives us immense pleasure to always have your support in doing our bit for the social welfare.
In October we were able to help 25 families with ration which includes 2 kg dal, 1/2 kg salt, 1 kg atta per family at Dusshera Ground, Faridabad.
50 families were helped with cooked food and clothes in November.
In December we were able to provide 30 families with homecooked food(rajma, rice and 2 rotis per person) and blankets in NIT 5, Faridabad.