Who We Are

Our History

Patan Devi Foundation is a Trust working in the field of health and sustainable development since 26th January, 2014. Since its inception, Patan Devi Foundation has effectively launched and completed several development projects in more than 200 villages and 30 city slums. In principle, we strive for sustainable development through primary health care, Adult Literacy including legal literacy, diversified agriculture, gender empowerment and community participation. Besides implementing various activities directly by the organization, the organization works with a network of NGOs in Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Rajashthan, Uttarakhand and western Uttar Pradesh

Patan Devi Foundation Trust

Patan Devi Foundation is a registered as Trust on 23 April 2015. We are supporting work that can be taken to significant scale, have a tangible and lasting impact, and improve the government's capacity to partner with civil society organizations. We do this by strengthening networks across the country, with particular attention to helping the country's clusters of poverty-its remote himalayan lands, central dry lands and tribal belt, as well as urban slums-where families live off assets that are particularly precarious or degraded. We also support efforts to combat the socioeconomic marginalization of tribal communities, women and adolescent girls, and religious minority communities. Developing cadre of community leaders and volunteers in un-served areas, particularly in high altitude and inaccessible rural/tribal areas with the help of CSOs, NGOs and PRIs to provide timely and quality services to the needy people, particularly women, children and other disadvantaged people. Initiating livelihood and income generation activities among poor women and disadvantaged people through skill development, functional vocational trainings and encouraging them for small entrepreneurships. Forming self help groups of poor women, adolescent girls and disadvantaged people and help them to get grant or loan from concerned departments, Banks and other financial institutions. Developing Patan Devi Foundation as Micro Finance Institution to cater to the financial needs of the poor women and disadvantaged people in urban and rural areas.

Our Registrations

UN Database Form C PAN
Objects For Which This Trust Is Established !
  1. (a) To establish, develop, maintain and grant aid in cash or in kind to hospitals, medical schools, medical colleges, nursing institutions, dispensaries, maternity homes, child welfare centres and/or such other similar charitable institutions in India for the benefit and use of the general public.
  2. (b) To establish, run, support and grant aid or other financial assistance to schools, colleges, libraries, reading rooms, universities, laboratories, research and other institutions of the like nature in India, for use of the students and the staff and also for the development and advancement of education and diffusion of knowledge amongst the public in general.
  3. (c) To establish, maintain and run studentships, scholarships and render other kind of aid to students including supply of books, stipends, medals and other incentives to study, without any distinction as to caste, colour, race, creed or sex.
  4. (d) To promote, establish, support, maintain or grant aid to institutions for the promotion of science, literature, music, drama and fine arts, for the preservation of historical monuments and for the research and other institutions, in India, having similar objects for the benefit of the public in general.
  5. (e) To establish, maintain or grant aid for the establishment and/or maintenance of parks, gardens, gymnasiums, sports clubs, dharamshalas and rest houses, for use by public in general.
  6. (f) To establish, maintain or grant aid to homes for the aged, orphanages or other establishments for the relief and help to the poor, needy and destitute people, orphans, widows, women's and aged persons.
  7. (g) To establish and develop institutions for the physically handicapped and disabled or mentally retarded persons and to provide them education, food, clothing or other help.
  8. (h) To grant relief and assistance to the needy victims during natural calamities such as famine, earth quake, flood, fire, pestilence, etc. and to give donations and other assistance to institutions, establishments or persons engaged in such relief work.
  9. (j) To grant aid or render assistance to other public charitable trusts or institutions.
  10. (k) To protection, conservator, and improvement of our Mother Nature. Nature Protection, Ecological Balance, Conservation of Natural Resources and Habitat.
  11. (j) (l)To work for Women and Girls Empowerment, Rural Development, Himalayan Mountain Conservation, Gender Equality, Rural Youth Development, employment oriented skill development.
  12. (j) (m) To manage and conservation of animal genetic resources in India and world. Save Endangered Wildlife?, Make and run Gowshalas, Animal Shelter Homes, Zoo's and wild life centuries.