Children Stories
Children are our future leaders, we need to take good care of them to help out with their educational needs that will make them a more independent lot, striving to their best to reach new heights and becoming a better person. Harnand foundation takes up the pledge to fulfill the need to attain proper education and enter into a vocation that the young minds and their families have dreamt off.

We bring to you some true and innocent words inculcated in little minds eager to be enlightened with values and education that is a right today with no gender bias of any sort. This will be ensured through remedial counseling to the children and a multitude of follow up of activities for the parents and guardians and thereby asking them to encourage their children to attend schools to become literate, learn math, speak good English and be capable in living life under their terms and get self dependent. Harnand foundation also aims to provide some sort of vocational training for a better tomorrow.

The children, mostly living in slums, in poorly built shelters and near railway tracks have all got a story to tell with a dream of achieving the unachievable, if only we can identify and help them to reach up to the level of their dreams. It is the innocence that speaks and only efforts can show them the light of fulfillment for their dreams to become a reality. Together we can let it happen to make the poorest and deprived child, the most fortunate ever.
Read the Untold
Copyright 2010


A 9 years old who dreams it big. It was years ago that Priya came to Delhi with her Parents and elder brother Prakash aiming to prove their best to the world but under-privileged is the curse for them depriving them of many things with education as one of it. Priya’s parents earn little working as domestic helpers but try and give their children the basic education without letting their children be the victim of the curse. Both Priya and her brother Prakash attain remedial education at Harnand foundation.

Mom and Dad work as domestic helpers and would never want their children to lead life as they do. Priya’s innocence speaks up and she says “I want to be Doctor because I have a fascination towards the Doctors who wear white coats and I want to wear it one day.” This is what she says being unknown to the fact that she can get it done with the education that she is attaining as the word Impossible can also be read as ‘I’ ‘m’ ‘possible’. Priya loves to read and write English and a learning sentence formation.