Hope’s beginning

Hoping to make a greater change, the journey to start Hope Trust began its humble beginning in the year 2003 and became a legally formed body under trust act by the year 2007


Force behind This Movement

Persistent struggles shaped my Journey to mark a change. The change to uplift the living conditions of mentally challenged community. Every step has been important for me as it added to my experience as an individual. My profound goals has led to the person I am today. Serving almost 600 people who are mentally challenged and 6000 underprivileged women, my passion keeps growing every day. My family has been my constant support and inspiration to my work.


Join hands

Mentally challenged children face problems like Social and Family acceptance, Stigma, Helplessness, Behaviour problems, Financial crisis etc. Their needs and requirements go unnoticed in this social setup and they stay isolated. Such daunting childhood experiences leave a mark in their social functioning. Lifting up the mentally challenged children and make them reach for their dreams has been the vision of Hope Trust. Join hands in reaching for the special children.


  • Volunteers working with HOPE make a difference in the life of every child. They work with passion, commitment and understand the needs of each child. The fact that every child is unique enables them to make changes and instil determination in our children. By playing, teaching and spreading happiness each volunteer have becomes a part of Hope’s family.

    Volunteers with us to make a change
  • Innerwheel Club of Madras Esplanade continues to help us in every possible way. A recent act of giving has evidently supported the needs of our children. Benches, study materials, therapy aids etc. by the club will help our children academically. The presence of every club members filled the day with colours and warmth. We thank for your continued support.

    A hand of giving
  • A cultural day was sponsored by Lions Club of Chennai Golden Roses to Hope special school. The function was headed by honourable club members. They conducted different programs like fancy dress, drawing, speech, thirukural, storytelling, rhymes and many other competitions. Our children were awarded for show casing their talents. Such acts help to provide a platform for the budding talents.

    Talent showcase


Urgent Needs

Need of land to construct Shelter Home for abandoned Special Children Come help us with your little contribution

We care, protect, Shelter and rehabilitate children with special needs.
But space being the biggest constraint, we return our new entrants with heavy heart.
Your small support can help us construct a home.
Be a part of tomorrow change.


Do you want to know me?
Understand me?
Come……… Join my hands
Into my world,
I can show you “Howamazing it looks”
I am Mohanpriyan,10 years old. Yes I have Autism and my world is so beautiful than you think.

Awards By Founder

  • Lions Club of Golden Roses awarded the “Best Social Worker” for the year of 2014.
  • Ennangalin Sangamam awarded the “Best Social Worker” for the year of 2013.
  • Media articles from Hope Special School at Hindu, Deccan Chronicle, Dinamani, Dhinathanthi, Indian Express and Local News paper have been enclosed.
  • Ektha Trust has awarded as a best social worker for the year 2013.
  • Best women entrepreneur award for the year 2012 by Lions Club and 2012 by Rotary Club ambattur for her continuous service for the Disabled.
  • Best social worker in the district, from the collector in 2009.
  • Best social reformer from Soka Ikeda College 2011.
  • Best citizen award for local news south Indian post in 2012.