National Foundation for Communal Harmony(NFCH) was set up as an autonomous organisation under the Societies Registeration act, 1860, and registered on the 19th February, 1992 with the main objective of providing assistance for the physical and psychological rehabilitation of the child victims of communal caste, ethnic or terrorist violence with special reference to their care, education and training besides promoting communal harmony.
A large number of cases of communal, caste, ethnic or terrorist violence in the country render a sizable number of children as destitute or orphan. These children require care and support for their education so that they start a normal life. On the request of NFCH following CPSEs/PSUs become partner of the Foundation to support such violence affected children for their education under the CSR policy.
Organized “Know My India Programme 2018-19” in collaboration with Art of Living Foundation (AOL), to acquaint the varied and diverse culture of the country to the children, who receiving financial support from the Foundation for pursuing their education.