There are thousands of NGOs and Organizations that provide support in India in various areas ofsupport includes healthcare, poverty, population control, unemployment, Individuals, Education & Training, Shelter, Employment, Health, Child Abuse Prevention, Awareness programs, etc. We believes that whether we can work for above, but we initiated and always do favor for Education. Our most significant projects is skill development of Girl child, where we have already planned for across various states. We continuously strive to empower the backward and underprivileged, widows, and youth for employment by providing them various vocational trainings. Our initiatives like Spread awareness about academic and skill Education, enhance knowledge and information, Support in effective functioning of schools, Provide financial support to the needy students, etc.

  • Few of the key highlights of our planning and initiatives.
  • Skill Development, Training and employment.
  • Women empowerment.
  • Old age care and Rehabilitation.
  • Disabled children and Rehabilitation.
  • Health Camp.
  • Self-Employment Program.
  • Food and clothes.


Himalaya Charitable Trust(HCT) which means ‘Charity for poorest’ is a non-profit, secular organization working for the Poorest of the Poor in 13 districts of Uttrakhand state, India. Himalaya Charitable Trust as a Non- Governmental Organization was registered under Registration Act 1908 (32A). Himalaya Charitable Trust as a formal organization works with marginalized and underprivileged section of rural population with a special emphasis to women, children, vulnerable and unskilled youth, socio-economically backward groups such as tribal, farmers, people coming under below poverty line category and other poor groups to better their own lives through sustainable livelihood development, promotion of microenterprise, financial inclusion, portability of entitlements, addressing issues related to climate change, accessing safe drinking water and sanitation, skills for life etc. Our participatory process motivates our primary stakeholders to work together to fight poverty, exploitation and discrimination so they can one day become free and equal members of society.