Empowering children and youth with special needs.

About Handi-Care Intl.

HCI – Handi-Care Intl., registered as a Canadian charity (Charity Registration # BN 889046397RR0001) in 1992, is ably administered by volunteers, thus keeping our admin costs under 3%

We focus on:

We do this by:

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Children Positively Impacted by EI

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Children Educated & Employed

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Devices Donated

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Children Sponsored

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Canadian Student Placements

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Youth Educated & Employed

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Canadian Prof. Volunteered

through training and education

What We Strive For

Helping disadvantaged children and youth with special needs through education, rehabilitation and training to empower and integrate them with the mainstream community.

To raise awareness about and empower disadvantaged persons of South Asian descent.

Relieving poverty by providing housing and related facilities for those with special needs and for those who are destitute.

Accelerate our support to NGOs in India, conduct volunteer youth training, and offer continued support to families in Canada with children with disabilities.

our history

How was HCI Born?

Handi-Care Intl. (HCI) was born as an off-shoot of a major undertaking by 2 extraordinary young men, S. Ramakrishnan & Sankara Raman, who in spite of their own disabilities, were able to create a community for other disabled individuals. Their unflinching commitment to empower these individuals lead to building an organization that educates, rehabilitates & trains disabled individuals to become independent & employable. The center they have built – Amar Seva Sangam (ASSA) is an unique establishment that offers rehab work for over 600 villages in rural, developing areas in Tamil Nadu, India. Learn more about ASSA

Handi-Care Intl. was founded as a Canadian registered charity in 1992 by Sulo Krishnamurthy, who took a keen interest in helping Amar Seva Sangam develop and to take on similar other projects for helping the poor and needy. Since then, HCI has grown and expanded its wings to reach out to other organizations as well.

Front Line (L to R) – Meena Suppiah, Gita Sankaran, Sulo Krishnamurthy Back Line (L to R) – Arun Luthra, Balan Manian, Srini Srinivasan, Dinesh Krishna, Sundra Rajan

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