Our Mission...

Our Mission is to work for the need of the Human & Nature when they need support for Education, Work, Love & Care. We work for all the Stage of the Human from the young anf

About Us

Shalom Foundations is a non-partisan, non-political, secular and non-governmental organisation engaged in promoting eradication of  Old age people, welfare of migrant labour, protection of environment, education for the poor and awareness of health and hygiene. It believes in sustainable development with equitable distribution of the fruits of development and equal opportunities for all citizens. Shalom Foundations was established in 2010 at Thanjavur, Tamilnadu in India. It was founded by Patrick Paul Rani who had been engaged in social work for several years.




Shalom Foundations has as its objectives the protection of the environment, the complete eradication of child labour, the empowerment of women, education of the poor, especially the poverty-stricken rural women, just solutions to problems connected with migrant labour, universal awareness on health and hygiene, integrated watershed management, international lobbying for labour rights, national lobbying for child rights and equitable distribution of the fruits of development among all sections of the society without distinction of locality, caste, creed, class, economic status or social stratum.

During the process of planning and implementation, at every stage of every activity, Shalom Foundations engages in constant interaction with the local population, especially the beneficiaries, the trade unions, other like-minded NGOs, political leaders, people’s representatives and the administrative machinery. In depth study of the requirements of the project areas and the socio-economic circumstances of the place and time precedes every project implementation. Regular supervision and intervention, wherever necessary, are the insurance methods against lapses in implementation. Submitting detail reports to the benefactors is also ensured.


Trust Board Members


Patrick Paul Rani, Founder