Notebooks Distribution 2022:


Scholarships Distribution Event 2019:


Help For Kolhapur Flood Affected People

 This is with reference to recent floods that hit Maharashtra in the beginning of August 2019. Kolhapur district was the worst affected.

Hiswish Charitable Trust learnt about the plight of people at Kolhapur. They began a campaign on 14th August to avail support for the citizens of Kolhapur. In a span of 3 days, they organized 1000 new blankets1000 new clothes for girls up to 14 years, 1000 new clothes for boys up to 14 years and several packets of wearable clothes.

Representatives of  “Hiswish Charitable Trust” and “Khush Housing Finance Pvt Ltd” reached several villages, where no one else has reached earlier. They evenly distributed clothes and blankets among the flood affected.

Their observation is Schools in the Kolhapur district would need support to function again. Study material has been washed out, which needs to be supplied. We shall carry forward the good work..


KHFL: Kolhapur Floods Gallery



Wheel Chairs For Handicapped :



Water Pot For Birds :


Educational Aid :

The trust believes that educational initiatives lead to better quality of life among the future generations.

Our approach is holistic and incorporated with an aim to help underprivileged and deserving students to nurture them with value education. It also helps with upliftment of underprivileged children to improve their standard of living.

Every Academic year, HISWISH TRUST helps underprivileged students by providing them free note books and books. The Trust distributed above 2000 notebooks at the beginning of the Academic year 2015-16, of which 1000 notebooks were presented to an Adivasi High School at a remote village viz: Valvande. Taluka Jawahar, district Palghar, which is about 110 kms from Mumbai. The parents of the student at this high school cannot afford the cost of the books and the note books. Without the provision of these notebooks, the students would not have been able to pursue their studies. The apathy of these students could be gauged by their routine of walking daily about 5km to the school.







Vocational Training:

Vocational training to deserving candidates makes them independent and earn their own lively hood. The trust has organised vocational training such as

  • Electrical wiring and maintenance
  • Repairing of Electrical Appliances
  • Driving
  • Tailoring
  • Computer skills