Our Recent Charitable Projects

You can contribute to any of our projects with small donations as per your choice.

Your RUN will make many WALK!

  Would you like to Run at Tata Mumbai Marathon to support a physically ...

Artificial Leg Technology Breakthrough with Google and IITB

"Google.org is pleased to invest in the visions of Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust. ...

Food for Education - Shri Sai Vidhyalaya

 We have been giving meals to the Shri Sai Vidhyalaya school since January 2010, under our ...


DONATE BOOKS NOW!!!   Donate used Educational books to help students in need.  ...

Clothing in Self-respect

  Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust is working for the welfare of society since the last 25 years. ...

Your used Physiotherapy Equipments can treat poor patients

In the last 30 years we have helped 2,47,532 disabled people with Mobility appliances ...

Bomb Blasts of 13 July 2011

 The city of Mumbai has become very susceptible to such terror attacks and bomb blasts and it ...

Bihar Floods 2008

 May 2008 was a black month for over 18 districts of Bihar that were ravaged by floods in the ...

Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust

Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust, is a registered charity that was established over 25 years ago by Mr Mahendra Mehta. It was set up in order to tackle the problems of poverty in Mumbai, especially amongst young children. From its humble origins as a family institution it has grown rapidly, and now its projects cover a wide range of activities located in both India and other developing countries, including Afghanistan, Sudan, Kenya and Burundi.

Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust is committed to the welfare of people from the most underprivileged strata of society without distinction of caste, creed or color. Its emphasis is on assisting the children and youth who are the citizens of tomorrow and the disabled who need a support to help them join mainstream society.

Click here to see our  Annual Progress Report 2014-15

Latest News & Updates

  • 09-15-2017

    Friday, 15 September 2017 saw the Food Partner schools of Ratna Nidhi Trust come together and interact with Aditi Mehta of Stones2Milestones, an organisation which works to improve the way children learn and use the English language in schools.

    It was an interactive session wherein the representatives of the schools and Ms. Aditi shared their learning and challenges in the implementation of the language.

    The main objective was to open doors for quality education with the schools we work while providing hot nutritious meals to the children as we desire that the students stay longer in school and get access to good learning for a better future.

    There were total of 8 Food School Partners present who attended the same.The school partners are those schools and organisations who serve the underprivileged children and youth & who avail of our home cooked nutritious meals everyday. They are mostly the non-aided, private, regional language schools and NGOs.


  • 08-01-2017
    The issue of disability and the problems of disabled often go unnoticed. People with disability have hundreds of hurdles in their day to day life. Ratna Nidhi has started a campaign on Ketto to help 100 disabled people in Mumbai. 
    Watch our campaign video here
    We aim to create our city of Mumbai disabled free. 
    Join us on this journey and support this campaign. 
    Stand with us! Stand with MUMBAI!
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  • I Thank you very much for 977 books worth lakhs of rupees. It will definitely help our students to enrich their reading skills and knowledge forever. I hope you will help us to do our best in the field of education. Thanking you for all our staff and institution.

    Principal, Maharshi WalmikiVidyalaya, Walhe, Pune
  • Thank you for your generous donation (cloths) for our underprivileged children. On behalf of Society for Human & Environmental Development (SHED), we heartily thank you for giving clothes for our children. We will distribute the clothes to the needy children. We look forward that in future you will be able to help these children in various other aspects for their growth & development. We are extremely grateful.

    Rajendra Tawde, Chief Executive - Society for Human & Environmental Development (SHED)
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