See all of Handi-Care's past partners below.

Nesam - Love

The Spastics Society of India, located in Chennai started this school for children with mental disabilities in 1991 as one of the “Community Based Rehabilitation” projects. They gave the mothers of these children special training in physiotherapy, speech therapy and special education. Now, it is run independently with the support of donors. More information about Nesam may be found on their website. Click the button below to view the children under permanent sponsorship at Nesam.


Our “Adopt a Village” project at Thonithurai in Cuddalore District was completed in 2006. With the assistance of CREED (Centre for Rural Education and Economic Development) – an organization with standing experience in the development sector for more than two decades, they were able to aid in addressing the Tsunami Response Program in the Chidambaram region of Cuddalore District in the state of Tamil Nadu, S. India. Click here to view CREED’s Project Completion Report.  The construction work started in 2006. Although there were delays due to government legislation bringing out the final blue print plan, Thonithurai was rebuilt for 17 families.

Swami Vivekananda Education Society

Established in 1971, by the devotees of Sri Ramakrishna, the school first operated in small rented houses for fifteen years. Today, the institution has its own building and is dedicated to educating poor rural children. The address is below:

Swami Vivekananda Education Society Banashankari 1st Stage, Bangalore – 560 050 India

Seva Sadan

The home for orphan children and destitute women first started in 1936 by the dedicated and devoted couple Smt. Rajeevi Bai and Sri S. Shiva Rao with the assistance and Initiative of Sri G.C. Malik from Punjab. The primary objective of Seva Sadan is to provide the basic needs to orphan children and destitute women via. food, clothing & shelter besides imparting the minimum education to grade 10, so as to enable them to be lead both financially independent and empowering lives. The address is below: Seva Sadan 14th Cross Road, Malleswaram, Bangalore-560 003 India

Sri Ramakrishna Math

Sri Ramakrishna Math, located in Chennai, is the first branch of the Ramakrishna Math in South India. The Math started this charitable dispensary in 1925 to render service to the poor and helpless patients in and around the locality. The late Rao Sahet Dr. B. Raghavendra Rao, a retired civil surgeon, placed his voluntary services at the disposal of the institution and undertook to meet the entire recurring expenditure of the work. The devoted and self-sacrificing service of other eminent doctors as well as devotees have enabled this dispensary to grow into a very useful center of medical relief and diagnostics. During its first year in functioning the total number of patients treated was only 970, whereas within the years 1999-2000 the number rose to 264,134. The address is below:

Sri Ramakrishna Math Mylapore, Chennai -600 004 India Phone: 91-44-24621110 Fax: 91-44-24934589 Website: