The vision of a women and mission of a teacher our founder Mrs. Veena Valentine working for the society for the past 30 years became reality on 12th March’2009 in the shape of a well structured organisation “MAHIMA SOCIAL ACTION” as a registered society, under the Societies Registration Act. There has been is no stopping to her mission since then. She shared her Vision and Mission with other sisters who came forward for this noble cause.

The Baines sisters ever since have been working for the up-liftment of the society’s underprivileged (children & women) and helping them grow into responsible citizens.

MSA is reaching out to the children who need education & training in their own unique way, the smiles on their faces changes our hectic world and makes us feel so motivated in an extraordinary way and makes us work more & more for them each day”.

MSA is working with children and encourage them by sending them to a regular school.

MSA is engaged in teaching them after school to inculcate a practice of discipline and letting them know about the prospects and imminent scenarios of skilled training for their prosperous future ahead.

MSA is having team of active members, volunteers working together in nurturing the children.

MSA conduct’s Short Term & Long Term Training programmes for all-round development of the children and women & work all round to deliver the best for them through various techniques.

“FEED a hungry child once & he gets rid of hunger for a while TEACH a hungry child and he gets rid of hunger forever”

The success of INDIA to become a SUPER POWER rests in its people and possibly now in your noble hands. Although India appears to be one of the world’s fastest growing economies, but on surface you’ll see the real story of many children living in abject poverty. By sponsoring a child today you can help provide them and their community with access to clean safe water, food, healthcare, education and work when they grow up.

  • About 35% of India’s population lives on less than US$1 a day (Source: BBC website).
  • Poverty is at its worst in rural & slum areas and is often accompanied by high levels of illiteracy and poor health.
  • India has the largest number of child labourers under the age of 14 in the world and 20% of children between the ages of 6 and 14 do not go to school. (Source: Unicef)

MSA, believe’s the best way to change a child's life is to change the world in which they live. By sponsoring a child and giving financial support on either per month/ annual bases will help bring about long-term benefits to the child, their family and their community, they will have a chance of a better future.