Past Work

Past Work

The Chanana family has always been involved in philanthropic work. With the founding of CWF, they have given a new direction to their past work. They believe in working towards the upliftment of the weaker sections of the society. The family regularly contributes to Jamghat, a shelter for run away children in Lado Sarai by supplying them with rations and lodging needs. In the past, clothes for children, shoes, socks, toys, books and kitchen equipment have been donated. Dry rations like pulses, rice, spices, flour, toiletries have also been provided to Jamghat.

The Chanana family has donated money to support the ‘Youth for Sport’ programme, an initiative of Youthreach to teach sports to underprivileged children at the DDA Squash and Badminton Stadium.

Lives we have touched

The ration provided by the Chanana Welfare Foundation has helped the children of Jamghat in an immense manner. Nutritious food has helped them in their growth and development. Children such as Bobby, Naushad, and Roshni would like to thank the foundation for their support.

Sarita, a 28 year old housewife lives with her husband Mr. Sher Singh and four children in Banipur village of Haryana.  Sher Singh works as a temporary home guard in the Haryana Police department and earns around INR 9000/month. Her children aged between 9 to 15 years attend a government school. Sarita had completed her education till class eight, prior to her wedding. Her desire for education helped her enrol for class 10 examinations through Haryana Open Schooling in Bawal and currently she is attending the AIS Unnati dropout centre for tutorial support. Toilets are being constructed by CWF in the centre premises. She has thanked CWF for its continuous support.

Babita is a tailoring instructor at the Vocational Training Centre for girls at Kotwal Alampur village in Roorkee. A trained teacher, she is conducting regular classes for the girls and teaches them stitching to help them develop their skills. She is thankful to CWF for its unwavered support.

The girls at the tailoring unit in Roorkee really look forward to attending their classes at the centre as it gives them an opportunity to socialise with other girls of their age and also helps them learn a new skill which they can later develop into an entrepreneurial skill. They are thankful to CWF for providing them this opportunity.