It goes without saying that AiR Humanitarian Homes is one of the best charitable organizations, not only in Bangalore but also all over India. Ever since we started in 1998 we have been able to help over 50,000+ needy individuals. All our services are free. We are well known and have made our presence felt through our services. We are trusted not only by our residents and the thousands of people whom we have helped and rescued, but also by the city police, hospitals, social service workers, NGOs, our donors, corporates and colleges and the general public.
Most of the people who are admitted at AiR Humanitarian Homes are referred to us by the police, hospitals and social workers. Our goal is to reduce the pain and suffering of humanity. We believe that each individual, regardless of gender, status, limitations or disabilities has the right to live with dignity, and needs to be treated with respect and care. This makes AiR Humanitarian Homes more than a shelter. It makes our shelters a home. Our residents include the elderly, women and children, the physically and mentally challenged, people which psychiatric disorders, the diseased, victims of accidents, abuse, burns, the neglected and the abandoned. We operate 3 homes across Bangalore, at Bannerghatta, Chikkagubbi and Chandapura. We look after 800+ people every day. Not only do we provide our residents with shelter, nutritious food and other necessities, but also with basic medical assistance. In addition, we organize specialised treatments, surgeries at partnering hospitals, medical aids (like wheelchairs) and prosthetics. We also run a 24/7 helpline number dedicated to the service of the poor. Anyone can reach out to us on this number and inform us about the whereabouts of any person who is ailing, suffering and in pain, or seems abandoned and homeless. We have our own ambulances that we dispatch along with our service team to provide assistance to such cases and admit them at AiR Humanitarian Homes. We also have our own team of resident doctors, nurses, attendants. We offer counselling, physiotherapy and recreational activities as well. We are always in the lookout for people who can help us make a difference, either by volunteering or donating and helping us raise funds.
This is a shelter for destitutes. They are very well taken care of not only in terms of food and shelter but also their medical needs. Lot of open space inside with trees and greenery.
Kiran H V
Due such NGO's like rvm foundation today India is feeling proud. Lots of orphans and underprivileged children are being educated and getting food today. Hats off to these people who are living for others.
Commendable work by the entire team of the hospital. They pick up people from streets and give them medication, food and shelter. Not seen any kind of hospital who are doing such service.
Vini Roy Chowdhury
A visit to this place was truly an eye-opener to me. A rare sight having great contrast, from sorrow to peace from being blunt to inspiring. It gives us varying feelings and an unforgettable experience which i hope all visiting this place can have. It makes us to wish for boons from a higher power that we've never imagined. From the staff to the ones present in the ashram, all have tales, some to learn from and others to feel pity. All in all i personally had an emotional rollercoaster and a wonderful time and I hope others reading this review would pay heed and visit this ashram to experience what i did.
I had gone to this place for my SUPW project and me and my classmates saw many childrens and old people,they were so kind hearted and good soul they shared their story to us. People who were working in that charity shared their problems to us. We all had a wonderful day and it was good to meet them. Thank you💖