Janahitha Seva Trust was born with an idea to serve the underprivileged, especially towards feeding the hungry, providing medical aid, supporting the divyanga / physically & mentally disabled, etc. The trust has been working since 2013, but formally registered in December 2018.
The principal aim of the trust is to uplift the poor by providing them quality healthcare, shelter for patient’s attendants in government hospitals, imparting quality education, and other services such as divyanga seva.
The Trust is playing a key role in implementing various forms of social welfare.
Serve the poor in rural areas by arranging the medical camps & health awareness programs.
Women empowerment and uplifting the youth by enriching their skills through skill development programs.
Eradicate poverty and illiteracy through social upliftment programs.
Supporting the Divyang (Specially Abled) physically & mentally disabled by donating artificial limbs, wheelchairs, etc
Better health services and hygiene programs, for which Gandhi Hospital has been chosen as a major project.