About Us
Asha Deep Foundation is a Non Profit Organisation, carrying out development activities since last 30 years in 73 slums of North East district of Delhi near Delhi-UP border and the five villages of Loni block of Ghaziabad district. Since its inception, the emphasis was given on the holistic development of the community people. Therefore, no area of development was untouched in the process of community development. This is the strong belief of the foundation that all section of the society be covered to experience a visible change.India is succeeding well in the field of economic development and giving tough challenge to develop and developing countries to acquire top position in the world arena in next 12 years.

The available potential for economical growth has made a positive development with support of intellectual progress. The nation’s wealth reserve has also grown to a moderate volume. But It’s benefits are only visible in the living standard of upper and upper middle class society, unfortunately the lower section of society such as Dalits, Schedule Caste, Schedule Tribes and Backward class remains in the same isolation as ever. The reason for their wretched condition is uneven distribution of wealth among all the section as well as ignorance of social development of these community. Though on record many beneficial schemes are introduced by the government, but that is accessible to only a few people. Century old practice of being suppressed is still haunting in the minds of these communities resulting in obstacle in empowerment, unemployment and under development. The Universal Development can only be achieved by empowering these vulnerable communities socially, Economically and politically, which consists nearly half of the population of the Nation and nearly 1/12 of entire global population. Their empowerment can be made possible by bringing them to platform where all the citizens enjoy equal advantage of development.

The purpose of the Asha Deep Foundation (ADF) is to work among people who live in urban and rural area so that they may be empowered and enriched to shape their own destiny. The mission of the ADF is that underprivileged people remain the nuclear of all development activities.Asha Deep Foundation is executing the development activities in the urban slums, resettlement colonies and rural to reach out maximum number of community people who are socially, economically, politically and culturally disadvantaged. The society firmly believes in the holistic development in its totality of the community people.

Therefore, all efforts are made to bring a positive change in the over all situation of deprived community by introducing number of activities for their development. This is the strong belief of the society that a unique social order can only be maintained by involving every individual to experience the benefits of development. Hence, The society is presently working with nearly 1 million people of its targeted intervention area. The foundation is running nearly 28 project of development and almost all the people of the community e.g. women, children, senior citizen, physically challenged and orphan and destitute are being benefited by the programmes.

Our Vision
To help people realise their potentialities and human dignity and create their own future.
Our Mission
To work amongst the deprived and underprivileged community to inspire and motivity them to realise their human dignity, develop their own capacity and help them to solve their own problems. The organisation strives to work for the social and economic development of the people by providing whatever practical help they need in the form of information, advice, capacity building, training and support.
List of Governing Body Members
S.No. Name Designation
1. Mr. Noel Vaghela President
2. Dr. (Mrs.) Kalavathy Rajkumar Vice president
3. Sr. Jothi Chetty Secretary
4. Rev. Sailakant Bagh Interim Treasurer
5. Rev. H. K. Chetty Member
6. Rev. Marshall Henry Member
7. Rev. (Mrs.) Anu Vaghela Member
8. Mr. Thomas Paul Member
9. Pastor Raju Philipose Member
10. Dr. K.R.P. Khosala Member
11. Mr. Pramod Singh Member
12. Mr. N. K. Biswas Member
13. Rev. Dr. Christopher Member
14. Mr. Abraham Mathew Member
15. Mr. Nirmal Singh Member
Our New Board Members w.e.f. 23rd January 2015
S.No. Name Designation
1. Fr. Susai Sebastian President
2. Rev. Christopher Raj Vice president
3. Rev. Sailakant Bagh Treasurer
4. Mrs. Jothi Chetty Secretary
5. Mr. Pramod Singh Member
6. Pastor Raju Philipose Member
7. Dr. Kalavathy Rajkumar Member
8. Rev. H. K. Chetty Member
9. Rev. Marshall Henry Member
10. Dr. K.R.P. Kosala Member
11. Mr. Nirmal Singh Member
12. Mr. Thomas Anthony Member
13. Mr. Jihosuya Jena Member
14. Mrs. Roma Naomi Das Member
15. Mr. Abraham Mathew Member
 

Organizational Profile
1.
Name of the organization
ASHA DEEP FOUNDATION
a.
Registered Office
Jothi Chetty
(Secretary & Chief Executive)

Asha Deep Foundation
175 C, J & K Pocket
Dilshad Garden , Delhi – 110095
Tel: 0120-2626309
Mobile :9810009497
Email:adfjothi@gmail.com
Website: www.adf.org.in

b.
Central Office
Asha Deep Foundation
D-81, Shahid Nagar
Delhi – U. P. Border
Ghaziabad (U. P.)
Tel: 0120-2626309
Website: www.adf.org.in
2.
Registration of the Society
Registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860
Registration No 53221
3.
FCRA
Registered Under the FCRA Registration Act 1976
4. Exempted Under 80G (5) (VI) Exempted Under 80G (5) (VI) of the Income tax 1961

5.

Operational Structure of the Organization

Governing Body
Executive Committee
Management Committee
Chief Executive
Directors
Project Managers
Supervisors/Incharges
Community Organizers
Social Workers/Teachers/Instructors
Volunteers
Beneficiaries

Our Founder : Father A. R. Rajamoney
Father Rajamoney was born on 25th June 1936 at Dohnavar, Tirunelveli Dist, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. The son of Late Dr. Pakia Nathan Daniel Rajamoney and Late Mrs. Sellammal Rajamoney was the eighth child of his parents. He has seven brothers and four sisters. He studied at St. John’s High School-Malaysia and did his B.Ed. from Meston Training College Royapetttah, Chennai. After this, he went for higher study in Theology by doing Bachelor of Divinity (BD) from Bishop’s College, Kolkata. He came to Delhi in the year 1967 and joined the Brotherhood of Ascended Christ-Delhi Brotherhood Society. He also started to serve as Presbyter for the Tamil Congregation at Cathedral Church of Redemption. Continuing with his service , in 1973 he started the social development work with a vision to create an environment in the community and society at large where every human being can live with peace, justice, unity and self-sufficiency without any discrimination. At that time people who were suffering from leprosy were begging at places of worship. They were staying at government allotted areas in Tahirpur, Seemapuri and Nangdnagari, Delhi. In these areas there were no basic facilities to lead a normal life. At this time Father stayed with the leprosy patients and started working among them and made them self-reliant through various income generation activities. He also started working in harmony with the government for meeting the basic necessities such as electricity, water, proper roads and rehabilitation schemes to be available in the leprosy inhabited communities. He initiated a Community Based Organization known as “Anandgram Kustrogi Kalyan Samiti” at Anandgram, Tahirpur, Delhi. The children of leprosy patients were not given admission in schools due to societal assumptions. For these children Father established a school in Old Seemapuri where children can learn without any discrimination and can be part of the mainstream society. He also established two more schools for Dalit, neglected and minority children. Even today around 2500 children are regularly attending the schools and getting quality education. Father’s work did not end here. Father initiated and designed a programme for holistic development of street and working children in Delhi. Through this program approximately 2000 vulnerable children have been mainstreamed in the society. In 1982 he started giving attention in Shahid Nagar, Ghaziabad, U.P. The community was very underdeveloped. He made a jhuggi and started living there. He established two beautiful homes for orphan and destitute children and through these homes many children are getting benefit and building their bright future. This effort will continue. He set off a well-equipped Vocational and Technical Training Centre for community youth who are not able to go for higher education or training due to some reason or the other and even today lot of boys and girls are availing good training and making their life successful. Father was still not satisfied with his work. His ideology was looking for areas in the society where people are still neglected. He came to now of some villages in Ghaziabad which was a totally patriarchal society. Women were neglected in these villages. He was very concerned for the development of rural (village) women, children and farmers; keeping these things in his mind he purchased a piece of land in Loni block of Ghaziabad District (U.P). In 2000 he established an Integrated Rural Development Centre in Farukh Nagar, Ghaziabad, U.P. catering social services to five villages. Most of the village people are availing benefits from this program. Because of these programme the effects of patriarchal society has been reduced, women became more independent and gain the decision making power and are moving towards reaching equal status with men. In the year 2005 he established the organization Asha Deep Foundation (ADF) and reached the unreached people of different states. Today because of him Asha Deep Foundation is able to help more than 5, 00, 000 people of 73 slums of Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. With great sadness ADF has to say that Father is no more with us and has left for the heavenly abode on 18.03.2013. But his work and life will always remain with us. His blessings will always be with us and ADF team will work together to take forward the work Father Rajamoney has started.
 
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