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Vision: A world without poverty, hunger, violence and discrimination.
To be a catalyst for the poor and needy in providing Education, Health & Nutrition, Sustainable Livelihoods, Child Protection and Gender Equality for all including Specially Challenged Groups. Promoting & participating in campaigns such as climate change preparedness and implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in an inclusive manner are other priority areas of intervention for the Foundation.
WorkMatterz Foundation carries out its work through Collaboration, Partnership and Networking with Corporates, NGOs, Government and other associations/networks, both domestic and international.
The Foundation also manages, and when required directly runs, the development/welfare programs of international organizations that does not have a registered office in India.
- Joshi Mark Premnath
- Malini Mohan
- Monica Mohapatra
- Vijaya Lakshmi
- Dola Mohapatra
- Shashiraj Joshua
- Naomi Joshua
Glucose Supplements in Puri, Odisha
Based on a request from a corporate group, WorkMatterz facilitated distribution of Glucon-D to some very poor abandoned people (especially women & children) in coastal Odisha during the summer when many were suffering from dehydration, sunstroke and other illnesses due to excessive heat and humidity. A field monitoring of this project was conducted by WorkMatterz recently and it was a pleasure to see the joy and relief among those who benefited from this small but very meaningful project for the poor. This project was carried out at an NGO called Nilachal Seva Sansthan based in Kanas in Puri district.
Meal Packaging Event
WorkMatterz Foundation members volunteered at a Meal Packaging event conducted by Stop Hunger Now India with a number of corporate groups such as Google, HP, SanDisk, Juniper Networks, Protiviti and Allscripts where 20,000 dry meals (consisting of rice, dhal, dehydrated vegetables and vitamins) were packaged by their staff.
Rice & meal packets in Hesarghatta, Bangalore
WorkMatterz Foundation members extended support to Ashraya Charitable Trust, an NGO that runs a home for abandoned children. Started in 2011, Ashraya currently houses 14 children who have been referred to them by the Child Welfare Committee. All school materials, food & accommodation is provided to children. Rice and some nutritious dry meal packets were given to Ashraya by the Foundation.