About us


Regd. No and Date: BNB (U) JNR 575, date 11the Feb. 2008.
Adress: 138/16, 4th cross, Byrasandra main road, 1st block Jayanagar, Bangalore – 560011.


Shanti Foundation India was the brain child of Dr. Raymond Abrezol, a dentist belonging to Switzerland. On his visit to India during 2006, he had a meeting with P. Nalini Mishra and a detailed discussion to encourage a charitable organization if started in India. Subsequently Ms. Prabhata Nalini Mishra who is actively involved in many philanthropic activities took interest and formed a charitable Trust in the year February 2008 which is named as “SHANTI FOUNDATION INDIA (SFI). The trust is helping poor, underprivileged children towards their education from lower KG to college level. In addition to this, income generating vocational training (such as tailoring & beautician courses) for poor and women in distress were started. The present structure of the organization includes free Play home named as ‘GOKULA PLAY HOME’, free evening coaching classes named as”Shanti Niketan Evening School & Learning Centre” for school students up to the level of SSLC and Vocational training Center named as “Chaya’.


Organization is run by a group of trustees, experienced administrators and efficient teachers . The following are the present trustees:
1. Mr. Sundeep Omprakash Gandhi – President
2. Ms. Prabhata Nalini Mishra – Life Secretary and Treasurer
3. Mr. Anshul Jain- Trustee


To extend and improve literacy, health and occupational/economic status of the poor, distressed and underprivileged individuals belonging to poor economic background. Further directly or indirectly facilitating rehabilitation work in the long run of the students going higher up in the ladder of education through our trust and to establish then as citizens with self-help without deviating into anti-social life style; thereby establishing healthy living for the families of poor and underprivileged. We want to extend our economic and social help not only to the children and teen age but to the adults and women (with problem of senior citizen and addiction). With few words our mission is to help the disadvantaged children and people in distress.


The vision of the trust is not only to concentrate the helping efforts to one geographical area but to give a national form by extending it to different states of India. Irrespective of language, religion and social status, our effort can reach and enrich the holistic status of the slum dwellers in a metro to the persons in the remote rural areas. To start a free residential school is being envisaged.