“Ray of Hope…” was initiated as a Social Service organization at Hyderabad by 8 close friends from Engineering on November 21st 2005. We comprise of students of the IITs & the IIMs, and also corporate employees working for various MNCs in India and the USA. From a short-term campaign to fund for 300 children at Shishu Vihar, Hyderabad, as of March 2009, we’ve grown into a 630 strong family not limited to its members. but also includes the most important members who are the 2500 challenged people we have supported so far. We have spread across 10 major cities in India and 4 the USA.
Our aim is to integrate forces such as NGOs, the Govt., the Corporate world, and the local as well as the global community
To promote national integration, nation building activities and uplift the poorest of poor. To work for the socio-economic fortification of the society irrespective of caste, creed, sex, color and religion.
To reach the unreached and transform their lives positively for an overall enhancement of our nation.
To involve the community, apply knowledge and transform the target. To deal with each situation with community leadership, balanced approach, teamwork, transparency and accountability.
Only a little is done and lot has to be done. It’s only when the right resources are provided that the child grows into a complete individual and help in nation building.
Empower the women of a nation and it is well equipped. Many women in our country are victims of social discrimination, inequality & poverty.Some are widowed/separated and find it difficult to run their family.
By being part of Ray of Hope, Prerna wants revisit her roots and make them stronger. She plans to not just obtain quality education and a resourceful life, but help provide the same to those in need. She also runs her own NGO, and thus is a great addition to the team. We’re delighted to have her on board as an intern for the next 45 days.
After finishing his course in Financial Trading from the Academy of Financial Trading in Europe Ch.Naresh, a 21 year old is pursuing a BBA in the field of HR from St.Maryscollege. Naresh believes the lyrics of a song are what makes the song beautiful. Here at ROH, we’re all tied together with a melody that resonates with the same frequency of want of helping the one in need.
Sravya katta, an aspirant who’s driving force is learning and experiencing the happiness from helping the ones in need. Gaining some knowledge by working as an intern in ray of hope is what she expects from ROH. When a person’s backed by learning as a driver, there’s no stopping them so, we bring to you a very spirited Sravya.
Introducing Sneha Agarwal, a dynamic individual with a different but creative vantage point. Currently studying at Badruka PG centre, when asked about why she wanted to intern at ROH, she said, “ROH is a learning platform where besides learning, I’m going to have a familiar sense of satisfaction by helping facilitate education to the children in need.”
Vinitha joined us 3 years ago as an intern. She says, “I was inspired by Ray of Hope and the impact they had on the society for over a decade! It’s something I always wanted to do and in fact chose them over big names like KPMG and Big Bazaar.”
15 beautiful years mark their milestone. 15 years since Ray of Hope has been catering towards the needs of the underprivileged in different ways. We’ve also reached a milestone of over 10000 people helped so far. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to one and all who supported us: be it with financial aid or guidance and encouragement. We’ve reached these milestones together! We’re eager to continue building this wonderful platform, this vehicle of love, and help many more each day, making the world a better place to live.