Ochre Hearts is the Charitable wing for The Ochre Tree. The organization is run by a team of volunteers and doners. We have been involved in various philantrophy and charitable projects since 2016.
The philosophy of Ochre Hearts is individually we may not be able to do much, but collectively we can make a significant difference in the lives of many. Ochre Hearts looks to aggregate contributions from people of goodwill, and directs it to different projects.
Our motto is to look for projects where many people can be helped over a longer period of time. We are focussed on projects which teach/ help people to fish instead of giving them fish.
100 PPE kits were donated for the healthcare workers at Pediatrics and Neonatology departments at TNMC and BYL Nair Hospital.
Our heart goes out to the healthcare workers, who are at ground zero, staking everything. With benevolent donors, we were able to provide 50 PPE kits to KEM hospital's OBGNY dept. "When you do things from your soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy" Rumi
We kept the goodness flowing with food and essential commodities distribution drive during the lock-down period in the times of Corona Virus hitting the world. The funds were allocated through Milaap so that the essentials can reach where they are most needed. At the...
Ochre Hearts donated 5 infrared thermometer at sion hospital. Their trustee made an urgent request for these thermometer due to an increased influx of patients especially from Dharavi area, he mentioned. This thermometer is used to record the body temperature on entry...
Taxi drivers, slum dwellers, widows were provided with food and items of essential needs through Milaap and Dharma Bharti Mission during lock-down at the time of Corona outbreak
Food and essential items were provided to 100 pregnant and lactating women through Milaap and Foundation of Mother and Child Health during the time of Corona Virus outbreak lock-down.
Cooked food for homeless people during covid19 lockdown. Ochre hearts sponsored dry ration and vegetables for 10 days for Jagannath kitchen. The kitchen is providing cooked food which to the homeless, during the lockdown.
Our endevour has always been to provide long-term solutions. With this vision and the generosity of our members we equipped Asivini Army Hospital, Mumbai with 3 remote controlled beds and a chemotherapy chair.
Missionary of Charity for destitute women at Santa Cruz, Mumbai, housing 69 women, gave us as opportunity to serve them. The height of their compound wall was raised and safety grill was fixed for the security of the building.