Initiatives

Destitute Care

Support and vocational training help the destitute to live with dignity and earn a livelihood. The Infosys Foundation partners with non-government organizations (NGOs) to support destitute children and women. The Foundation supports programs of NGOs in rural areas across India:

Dignity and support for devadasi community
Dignity and support for devadasi community

One of the key objectives of Infosys Foundation is to eliminate the exploitation of the devadasi community and ensure their rehabilitation by providing them with more opportunities. To enable a smooth transition into a new life, the Foundation has partnered with the Nava Jeevana Mahila Okkoota (NJMO), wherein devadasi children are offered healthcare facilities and schooling.

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Directing the disturbed minds
Directing the disturbed minds

The Society for Assistance to Children in Difficult Situations (SATHI) provides a helping hand to runaway/street children. Infosys Foundation has been a major supporter of the organization, providing financial and other support. With its shelters in all major cities of the country, SATHI has been successful in rehabilitating 47,000 children and teenagers.

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Stepping stones for VISHWAS
Stepping stones for VISHWAS

Based in Gurgaon, Vision for Health, Welfare and Special Needs (VISHWAS) caters to the disadvantaged and the marginalized communities. VISHWAS and Infosys Foundation have collaborated to provide elementary education for 300 children, including those with disabilities. The partnership offers support under community initiatives in areas such as education, health, and early childhood care.

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