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Inaugurated New School and Skill Center Building. A milestone achievement for Mahesh Foundation!

Just a year ago, we embarked on the construction journey of our New School and Skill Center. Today, we proudly announce its inauguration, opening doors to a brighter future for over 450 children. This facility marks a significant step forward in our mission to empower the next generation through education and skill development.

MyBlood Charitable Blood Bank received permission and started operations

Mahesh Foundation's MyBlood Charitable Blood Bank received the license and started its operations in 2024. With this milestone, we are moving forward to collect life-saving blood in our blood center and ensure to make it available to the needy in times of emergency.

Skill Development Center construction

One of the ambitious projects of Mahesh Foundation, Skill Development Center construction. Linde team has performed Foundation Stone Laying ceremony. We started the construction of the Skill Center in 2022.


Mahesh Foundation's Utkarsha Learning Center got registered under Karnataka Education Board in the year 2022. In the same year, Utkarsha Learning became successful to enroll 270+ children in the first year.

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Karnataka state award for child welfare

Every year, the Government of Karnataka recognizes the services of individuals and institutions that contribute to the welfare of deprived children of society. In the year 2014, the government recognized Mahesh Foundation and honoured the state award in Child Welfare

Started Gokak CSC

The work of Mahesh Foundation started spreading everywhere and many institutions started recognizing the selfless service through the years. Tata Trust honoured Mahesh Jadhav with the award Desh Ka Namak.


Mahesh Foundation is associated with Miracle Foundation, a non-profit supporting the underprivileged children around the world. Miracle Foundation has been supporting capacity building and children care for the past 7 years.

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Children were thrown out of school for being infected with HIV

Mahesh Foundation experienced an inhuman incident that happened with the children. For being HIV positive, the children were thrown out of the class by the teacher. This became national news and the teacher was suspended for her shameful act and the children were readmitted to the school.

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More than 50 children joined Mahesh foundation at New Rented place in Ramteerth Nagar.

For more than 50 children, the care home became small and there was a need for a larger space. Hence, it was shifted from the founder’s house to a rented house in Ramteerth Nagar. Because of the stigma attached to HIV, many people refused to give house for rent but after struggling for a long time, successfully shifted to a rented house.

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Legally adopted first child (HIV Infected) and gave him love, food and shelter.

Mahesh Foundation started adopting the children and the first child was enrolled to care home. Within a few months, the number of children was increased from 1 to 55. The founder and his family started taking care of the children at their expenses. Looking at this, many individuals started joining hands with Mahesh Foundation., a local media from Belgaum recognized the selfless service of the founder Mr. Mahesh Jadhav and honoured him with the Person of the Year in the year 2011.

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Person of the year by All about Belgaum.

All About Belgaum, a local media from Belgaum recognized the selfless service of the founder Mr. Mahesh Jadhav and honoured him with the Person of the Year in the year 2011.

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Registration of NGO, (Mahesh foundation gets legal recognition)

Mahesh Foundation became a registered NGO. Initially, the care home started functioning in the founder’s house. Completing all the necessary paperwork and procedures Mahesh Foundation became eligible to adopt the children. The Mahesh Foundation decided to adopt HIV infected children who are orphans or abandoned by their relatives.

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Met a 4 year child that instilled an idea to Mahesh Foundation

Founder Mr. Mahesh Jadhav found a 4-year-old boy who was on deathbed. He was pained to see the condition of the child and with the doctors’ permission, he took the child to his home, and with proper care, the child recovered soon. The child refused to go to a government care home and started living with Mahesh’s family.


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