Patel Foundation

We work with communities to create conservation-led efforts that produce economic, environmental, and social benefits.

Helping others is the first step

Build and leave a better living world

Our Initiative

We know conservation starts with communities. Our unique approach to sustainable community development protects nature as both an economic and community asset that provides sustenance, open space, jobs, economic opportunities, important cultural ties and much more.

Food Scarcity to Food Security

Food is the Birth Right of Everyone. A world with food for every stomach is the best world.

It’s not the availability of the food, it’s the accessibility and affordability to food creates the scarcity and hunger in our world. We are committed in promoting the ideology of creating Hunger free world, get acceptance from more and more people across the world in joining hands in Feeding the Future.

1 Million

people around the world goes to bed in hunger

1 Million

people suffered Food Insecurity in United States in 2020

1 Million

Without Adequate

1 Million

On average, people without homes die 30 years sooner than people with housing, and they are 3 4 times likelier to die

Our Target

1 Million

Acres of Green land addition by 2035.

Conversion Of Non-Cultivable Lands To Cultivable Lands In Partnership With Governments, Research Bodies And Educational Institutions.

Economic opportunity

Housing is the first rung on the ladder to economic opportunity and that a person s access to opportunity is intrinsically linked with that of the community where they live. Housing quality, instability, and unaffordability threaten the well-being of millions of children across the world. Housing has a profound impact on all children s lives, our future generation. 

Well being

Housing insecurity can cause chronic conditions to be exacerbated and take a serious toll on overall mental and physical health.

In old age, the home and neighborhood environments are particularly important: they are the locations where older people spend most their time, and they can have a great impact on independence, social connection, feelings of self worth, and physical and emotional well being.

Economic measures

Home and neighborhood characteristics are important dimensions in the measurement of human progress and quality of life, particularly as an alternative to purely economic measures. They are also key issues in public health, particularly as they relate to physical, social, and mental well being.

Livable communities

Together, improving housing affordability, accessibility, and choice can help build more livable communities, helping more people live in the places they prefer affordably, securely, and safely housed.
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