Every child has the right to live a healthy, happy and fulfilling life- this stupendous thought motivated RRF to start Kashmir-Aid Project to support kids orphaned and displaced by Kashmir terrorism, presently living in appalling and inhuman conditions in make-shift camps in Jammu.
RRF’s commitment is to help these children move past the trauma and distress by wiping off the fright in their eyes and helping them rebuild their lives. Recently, the foundation has adopted 30 children (15-20 years of age) belonging to the Kashmiri migrant community residing in relief camps in Jammu and is looking after the expenses incurred on their education.
RRF Spokesman Sanjay Supehia said: "The foundation is committed to bringing hope to the lives of the under-privileged children. We believe that helping these children pursue their dreams is a first step towards bringing some normalcy in the families of these children, who are presently living in inhuman conditions in these relief camps." And in order to continue to operate, to maximize our influence and fulfill our mission; we need your support. Your small act of kindness can make a huge difference! Contributions can be made by sending a check, made payable to "Robin Raina Foundation – Kashmir Aid Project".
Address: Robin Raina Foundation
2075 Lake Shore Landing
Alpharetta, GA 30005
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Disclaimer - All donations to RRF are exempt from federal income tax under section 501 (a) of section 501 (c).
Background on Jammu relief camps
An early consequence of the rise of militancy in Jammu and Kashmir was the forced migration of thousands of Kashmiris from the Kashmir Valley, beginning 1989. Many Kashmiris, in search of a better future, have moved to different states, cities, and towns, while the rest were relocated in camps around Jammu and New Delhi. At present about 200,000 such people still live in abysmal conditions in Jammu with families of five to six people, huddled into a small room, surviving primarily on small government relief of approximately $ 55 per month.
About Robin Raina Foundation
A 501(c) charity, Raina foundation has been setup to raise funds for work to be carried out to empower children who need help around the world. The foundation focus is to make a difference in the lives of children - who are handicapped, blind, mentally challenged, sick or in need of urgent medical help and underprivileged kids who need education.
Sanjay Supehia (678)517-8688