Despite education being provided in India free of cost there is a lack of vigilance among people to want to send their children to school. They’d rather have their child on the field or in some other working environment than in the four walls of education. This has led to students being deprived of basic education. A dire need to enroll children into schools is what we work for. 1 in 4 children of school-going age is out of school in our country – 99 million children in total have dropped out of school.


In this mindset is where our work begins.
We established our first Hope School in Tughlakabad community in 2010 and we haven’t looked back since. Going into homes, speaking with parents, making them see why education of their child is of key impetus, enrolling the child in the school and every single day committing to develop them holistically.


With over 150+ students enrolled in our schools each academic year, we keep growing.
The students enrolled are supplied with uniforms, notebooks and other necessary school supplies all year long. These students also receive medical care every month.

To empower these students with education and right moral practices we hope to create well-rounded individuals. In the near future we see our school growing more in numbers.

       -Female – 57.1%
       -Male – 42.9%


There are 472 million children in India under the age of 18 years. This constitutes 39% of the total population in the country.

There are more than 20 lac illiterate people in our country.

Out of 100 students, 29% of girls and boys drop out of school before completing the full cycle of elementary education, and often they are the most marginalized children.
In India, there are approximately 20 million children, between the ages of 3-6, that are not attending preschool. (UNICEF India)
We seek to cater to both ratios of the society. Male and Female.We wish to establish schools like the one we have in Tughlakabad in various new locations of Delhi and eventually expand to other cities.

This will expand and grow and prosper with our mission for the future.

our Impact Stories

the story of gurudev

12 years old, Tughlakabad

Gurudev, a 12 year old boy, was born and raised in Tughlakabad. His father Sonu and mother Charanjeet Kaur migrated from Pakistan and since then have been living in Delhi with their two sons. Gurudev was born in a Sikh Family. He studied in a government school but he struggled with his studies and found it really hard to catch up with what was taught in class. There was no one around him to mentor him in studies or in his behavior towards people. When he came to Hope School, the teachers found it extremely difficult to steer him in the right direction. His attitude was poor towards his classmates and teachers. He was in the habit of using unpleasant language and was extremely disrespectful.

Consequently, the school took the initiative to mould him into one of the most well-mannered kids at the school. He was given a lot of personal attention and counselling when he first arrived. The parents began to feel the change in their son. Time and again they have come up to us and expressed how grateful they are to the school and for the effort put in their child.

Gurudev has a passionate desire to join the Indian Army in the future. We will be giving him all the support and guidance he requires. We will continue to sow into his life with affirmations and encouragements.

At Hope School, our purpose is not just providing basic education to a student attending our school and we want to see them grow into good humans, who care, are kind and value the people in their lives.


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Donations within India are eligible for tax exemption under Section 80G of Income Tax Act