Our Recent Charitable Projects

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

Artificial Leg Technology Breakthrough with Google and IITB

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

Help change the lives of 400 disabled people in Ladakh Kashmir

Let’s change the lives of 400 disabled people in Ladakh, by donating Jaipur Foots, ...

Food for Education - Shri Sai Vidhyalaya

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

MISSION MILLION BOOKS

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. ...

Nepal Earthquake Relief Project

 “Could you please give us something to wear? Something warm preferably. We never ...

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 ...

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

  • 01-16-2017

    Thank you Axis Bank for donating to the Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust. We appreciate your support!

     We have received 39 boxes with 2,468 pieces of garments on 5th December 2016. Details as below: 

    No

    Types Of Garments

     

    No. of Pcs.

    1

    Punjabi

    349

    2

    Kurti

    156

    3

    Frock

    36

    4

    Skirts

    19

    5

    Sweater

    7

    6

    Ladies Pant

    136

    7

    Ladies T- Shirts

    335

    8

    Gents Pant

    150

    9

    Gents T- Shirts

    156

    10

    Gents Shirts

    85

    11

    Half Pant

    49

    12

    0 To 2 Years Children

    720

    13

    Damage Garments

    270

     

    Total Garments

    2468

     

    We have distributed it to following Institutions:

    1.    Shree Gujarat Paryavaran Foundation; (Gujarat)

    2.    Mahavir Samiti (Yevatmal)

    3.    Shiv Shayadri Andh Apang Punavarsan Sanstha(Mumbai)

     

    We have received 72 boxes with 2,985 pieces of garments on 29th December 2016. Details as below: 

    No

     

    Types   Of Garments

    No. Of  Pcs.

    1

    Punjabi

    285

    2

    Kurti

    156

    3

    Frock

    16

    4

    Skirts

    21

    5

    Saree

    55

    6

    Ladies Pant

    209

    7

    Ladies T- Shirts

    587

    8

    Gents Pant

    213

    9

    Gents T- Shirts

    426

    10

    Gents Shirts

    60

    11

    Half Pant

    65

    12

    0-2 Years Children

    497

    13

    Curtains

    12

    14

    Bed Sheet

    11

    15

    Pillow Cover

    15

    16

    Damage Garments

    357

    17

    Books

    80

    18

    School bags

    10

    20

    Purses

    10

    21

    Toys

    10

    22

    Foot wear

    105

      

  • 01-26-2017

    On 26th January, 2017 the Harley Davidson Mumbai team will be Biking for Change.

    For Ratna Nidhi’s  & Rotary club of Bombay worli’s Mobility Project  the Harley Davidson bikers will be riding from Bandra to Mahalaxmi to raise awareness about Physical Disability in India and Ratna Nidhi’s work duly supported by rotary club of Bombay Worli  to address the issue

    The route and time for the ride will be as follows:

    1.      Meeting point at seven islands Bandra by 7:00 am.

    2.      Flag off at 7:15 am.

    3.      Directly reach NCPA for first pit stop by 8:00 am.

    4.      Roll out at 8:15 am.

    5.      Second pit stop by 8:25 am at Chowpatty.

    6.      Roll out at 8:35 am.

    7.      Third pit stop at haji Ali at 8:50 am

    8.      Roll out at 9:00 am.

    9.      Fourth and final pit stop at worli sea face at 9:15 am.

    10.  Roll out at 9:30 am and reach the Ratna Nidhi’s Jaipur foot center by 10 am.

    The bikers will be wearing vests  & showcasing Branded Flags with brand logo of all the three sponsors of the rally ( ratnanidhi trust,rotary club of Bombay worli and killer jeans ) and will reach jaipur foot centre. There will be flag hoisting there at 10 am followed by breakfast and jaipur foot MOBILITY camp. The Bikers and their guests will be shown the facility of the jaipur foot centre and wil have an opportunity to meet the beneficiaries and interact with them to see the joy and smile on the faces of amputees who has received pride and self esteem back in their life standing on their own feet.

    The Harley Davidson bike rally aims to create awareness to support the cause of mobility to make Mumbai disable free.

     

     

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Testimonials

  • 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, Cheif Executive - Society for Human & Environmental Development (SHED)
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