Big Hug Foundation provides shelter, education, food and healthcare to underprivileged children in India.

If you are a company looking for your next Charity of the Year, we’d love to hear from you!


The Big Hug Foundation is run by young, professional volunteers dedicated to improving the lives of children in India. By working with us, you can make a huge contribution in providing underprivileged children in India with a brighter future. 

There are a number of ways you can get involved with our organisations whether you are a large or small business:

1. Corporate Partnerships 

By partnering with us, your staff and customers can make a real difference to our mission.Below are companies who have partnered with us in the past: 

  • Star Tours 
  • The Prideview Group 
  • Salma's Salons
  • Imrose Properties
  • Reich Insurance
  • The Vodafone Foundation
  • Sutaka 
  • ProPharm Group 
  • CustomiseMe LTD
  • Herbal Infusion Co.

2. Commercial Partnerships 

Becoming a commercial partner is a great way to show your customers that you're supporting a good cause. By working with us to raise money for our projects, our partnership could help you to:

  • increase customer loyalty 
  • improve sales and growth
  • enhance brand awareness

3. Other ways to give 

There are lots of other ways that you can get involved and we appreciate any support that you and your company can give us.

  • Matched Giving: Many companies offer to match the fundraising efforts of their employees and will give an equivalent amount to whatever you raise. Ask your HR department if your company has a matched giving scheme and find out how to apply. Companies who have supported us through their matched giving scheme include:
    - O2
    - Goldman Sachs 
    - Ernst & Young
    - Barclay’s 
    - RBS
  • Support our events: You can sponsor an area of our event or donate prizes for our raffle draws.
Get involved

Your regular support will help children break the cycle of poverty. 

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Case Study

Keerthivisan is eleven years old, and likes skipping, eating cake, and studying. He came to Cornerstone Children’s Home in 2005, carrying with him the burden of a very traumatic family history.