Why Education

Addressing healthcare, poverty, population control, unemployment, and human rights necessitates a fundamental starting point: extending education to underprivileged children. Furnishing education holds the key not only to granting young individuals a stable future but also to nurturing their growth into conscientious citizens, both locally and globally. The enactment of the Right to Education (RTE) Act in 2010 marked a significant step, ensuring free and compulsory education for children aged 6 to 14. However, even after a decade, numerous children in the nation are grappling with an uneven learning trajectory. Hindrances such as the socio-economic circumstances of parents and inadequate educational experiences in schools obstruct the path for many children to access education.

What We Do

The primary initiative of JV Smileys Foundation, known as Mission Education, aims to empower disadvantaged children through the provision of education, nutritional assistance, and wellness support. This program is in accordance with the objectives outlined in the New Education Policy (2020) and the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4, which focuses on ensuring inclusive and fair access to quality education and fostering continuous learning opportunities for all. Mission Education focuses on assisting children aged 3 to 18 who face challenging circumstances, including those from impoverished backgrounds, children with disabilities, youngsters affected by disasters, abandoned and street-dwelling children, as well as children residing in tribal regions, remote villages, and areas that are difficult to access.


The Program Named “CREATE FUTURE