We envision a world where the cycle of poverty
is replaced by a cycle of progress.

We simply give people opportunities to contribute, to use their gifts, and to feel happy.

Khusi Hona is committed to giving everyone we work with the opportunity to overcome poverty. Every single person. We are not motivated by statistics, and we don’t measure our impact purely in percentages. We are every bit invested in improving the life of one individual as we are in doing so for thousands.

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KHUSI HONA POSTS THIS FEATURE WITH THE INTENT AND GOAL OF FULFILLING THIS NEED WITH A ONE-WEEK TIMELINE.

OPERATIONAL FUNDING DRIVE

At Khusi Hona we envision a world where the cycle of poverty is replaced by a cycle of progress. Most of our funding goes directly from you the donor to a specific project like our innovative women’s empowerment programs in Goa and Dehradun, India or our rescued street children project in Nepal, covering hundreds of lives in need.

What is often unknown is all the expenses in the background to make these projects possible, such as travel expenses, admin, staff salaries and communications. We have been able to fund this overhead in the past through some very generous sponsorship from close partners, and organizations.

Today we are asking you to help sponsor some of our operational funding so that we can continue to offer this valuable model to our recipients across Southern Asia. Our goal is to raise $1000 per month through both personal and corporate sponsorship. With your support, we can can continue to commit to serve the underserved and to to empower vulnerable people with solutions that allow them to rise above their poverty. Remember, all your donations are 100% tax deductible

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Change is inevitable. Growth is optional. A letter from the founder.

“Change can be scary, but without change how can we strive to improve?” I started Khusi Hona in 2012 with a vision of supporting orphaned and abandoned children in India and Nepal. Over the years we started tackling more and more issues that were connected, such as women’s empowerment, economic development, disaster relief, water scarcity and rural health across Southern Asia. Although we have made huge strides and impacted thousands of lives in a positive way, we decided to take a step back and see what we could do to grow and improve our charitable services and to see how we could make the biggest impact to the lives we serve.
I have spoken to mentors, to friends, met with colleagues, prayed and meditated countless hours. The overall feedback and feeling …