We aim to provide basic needs of a human life to those who are deprived, from food and health to clothing and shelter. We strive to reach
the remote areas where the amenities are not easily accessible or affordable to the poor. Our current projects include:
Provides a permanent residence for grandmas and grandpas who are found to be living on footpaths, railway stations, or by the roadside.
Provides health check-ups, medicines, and medical treatments for the poor people in Dombivali.
Provides free medical treatments & medicines for people in undeveloped villages of Shelampada, Kaashti, Pachghar.
Providing a permanent home for homeless or abandoned senior citizens. So far, Janiv has rescued, rehabilitated, and sheltered 23 seniors in Umbarli Gaon, Dombivli.
Providing a filling, nutritious, and packed meal once a day at Janiv's special canteen in Diva, Thane district, for hard-working labourers at a very low, affordable cost.
Providing health check-ups, medicines, and medical treatments for the poor in Dombivali and accepting a sack of food grains in return, instead of money.
Arranging a medical camp for pregnant women in 3 undeveloped villages of Kashti, Sawarpada, Pachghar on the first Sunday of every month & providing them with a full nutritious meal.
Starting free libraries in Kashti, Sawarpada, Pachghar, Anusuya Nagar, Nanded with over 450 Hindi and Marathi languages books for villagers to encourage the habit of reading and learning.
Repairing and renovating the school's rickety buildings in the underdeveloped villages of Umbarli and Sakharwal and providing uniforms, stationery and books to school kids.
Manoj Panchal is a motivational speaker. Being orphaned early in life, he spent majority of his childhood and adolescence in an orphanage and grew up with a family bound by love, if not by blood. While growing up, he dreamt of building an old age home and an orphanage. The dream turned into a resolution, which only grew stronger, until one day in 2016 he decided he was ready to turn it into reality.
Swapnil Kemnaik is a senior designer at Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd. He was born in a close-knit family with a humble background, where money wasn't always free-flowing but love and affection was. He has seen the positives of having a family to call your own and understands it is rare and not everyone is blessed with that. This is the reason you might see him hanging around his other family in the old age home.
Ajay Talware is the Vice President of a global multinational company. He hails from the corporate world and dwells amongst people who mean business. But that hasn't hardened him. He has always wanted to make some contribution to the society, but couldn't find a way to do it from his busy schedule. So when his friends suggested starting Janiv, he jumped on the ship. Now, he might be busy with meetings, but his financial help has kept the place afloat.
Madhusudan works in the security department at Mumbai airport. He's the bloodline of Janiv, often found working extensively at Janiv's every social program, making making sure everything is in place and smooth-sailing at all times. He takes the responsibility of hospitalising members of Janiv's Old Age Home and is available at beck and call during Janiv's medical camps. The success of each programme can be attributed to his on-site activeness and presence of mind.
Scroll through the gallery to see us in action. Some of our iconic moments, initiatives, happy faces of the volunteers working with us
and the people we work for, are all captured and treasured in there.
“ Manoj Panchal, you are a miracle man, a man who is rare to find these days, but the world needs more people like you. You're an inspiration. ”
“ Kindness brings you closer to god. You and your team are the torch bearers of humanity. I wish all the best to you and your team and thank you, a million times over. ”
“ Great work Manoj. That too at such a young age. May all your efforts come to fruition, always. ”
“ It is heartwarming to see such a huge and positive response for all of Janiv's projects, from volunteers to benefactors. Their enthusiasm is contagious. ”
“ Manoj Dada, you are doing a wonderful job. People can learn a thing or two from you. I have seen many people who give back to the society as and when they can. But you have made this selfless service your entire life. Take a bow. ”
“ Sir, you are doing noble work with such dedication and selflessness. It's a rare sight nowadays and we need to support people like you so that kindness can thrive in this otherwise hopeless world. You bring hope to this world. ”