There are more than 6500 welfare schemes across India implemented both by central and state governments to eliminate poverty and give equal opportunities to all for sustainable development. GOI has set aside 9 lakh crore rupees only on top 100 welfare schemes for the underprivileged families. However, it has been observed that most of the households do not have access to or are not able

  • Lack of awareness about the government schemes.
  • Unavailability of documents that are required to apply for the schemes.

SH intend to bridge the gap between common man and the system by providing all the support at their doorstep. In process also enabling for further benefits through Awareness programs, link them with different schemes and connecting them with all possible resources. This comprehensive ‘My Right at My Door’ program involves the individual as well as all important stakeholders responsible for the availing schemes for needy.

The program employs a simple two prong strategy to avail all the schemes under one umbrella: Empowering Individual and` Groups Strengthening Systems and other stakeholders Through this approach we aim to build the knowledge, skills and attitudes of Individuals while also strengthening the responsible structure in the government system. We identify the families/ individuals eligible for various schemes, assist them prepare their documents and apply for their rights…

Our Services

    We Connect you with
E-Shram Cards
Domestic Worker Cards Construction Worker Cards
Mahatma Phule Charity Commissioner Aayushman Bharat Scheme
Income Certificate Handicape Pension Scheme
Educational Support
Health Care Services
Rehabilitation Programs
Women Empowerment Entrepreneurship & Capacity Building

Service to Humanity expanded its work in Mumbai, Palghar and Thane district with the motive of Helping others Grow and lead life with Dignity. We believe, unless we take responsibility as individual and act proactively in process of change, we won’t able to see our vision fulfilled.

In process our experience has taught us many learnings and widened our horizon towards our approach from the

‘Charity to Development’


‘Needs to Rights’

“Rights are protected not by law but by the social and moral conscience of the society.” - Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar

Keeping this in mind Service to Humanity adopted Right based approach in 2019 and focuses on securing one’s basic right of survival; protecting one’s rights and helping general people to lead life with dignity. we take this as our responsibility and builds capacity of individuals & group simultaneously strengthening the service providers (system) for effective deliverables.