Hey Foundation

About Us

Hey Foundation is The Non Profitable Organization.

Founded in the year 2009 by Dr. Sangeeta Patil, HEY Foundation stands for Human Empowerment with You. At Hey Foundation, we believe that there is no tool for development more effective than the empowerment of human beings belonging to every community. Empowerment means not only to exercise societal rights but it’s also important to have access to them and if made available educating on how the benefits of it can be reaped for overall development and progressive life.

With over a decade of establishment, we along with our volunteers work as a catalyst of change & development through our dedicated efforts and contribution towards communities with focus in the areas of:

  • Empowerment – Women, Children & LGBTQ Community
  • Health & Hygiene – Sanitization, Health Awareness, Blood Donation & Menstrual Hygiene
  • Education– Girl child education
  • Skill development & Livelihood – Women Weavers, Nursing Courses
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Some of our recent initiatives include:

Introduction of Nursing & paramedical courses at rural Thane for school & college drop-outs Support women weavers of Yeola, Nasik by helping them with access to market Paithani Sarees Guidance and support to women to start home-based business Income generation activities for women to enable them to become self-reliant Upliftment & sustainable development in Adivasi Padas at rural Thane

Mission

Our mission is to provide empowerment to suppressed sections of the communities by creating awareness and enabling access to health, hygiene, education, skill development & livelihood to help create a sustainable future, while doing no harm to the environment.

Vision

We see social empowerment as a driving force to help society meet the most pressing challenges of our time. We at HEY Foundation aim to be that driving force of change and development for all the suppressed & marginal communities we work in through our activities and initiatives under our core 4 pillars: Empowerment, Health & Hygiene, Education and Skill development & Livelihood.