Mobile Library Evening Schools Environmental Care Mobile Clinic Educational Sponsorship Menstrual Hygiene


Regenboog is the dream of Madhan Mohan, a social worker from Tiruvannamalai, and was founded in 2006 in the small village of Tiruvannamalai, southern India. Regenboog was founded to make a difference in society through charitable projects in the areas of children's welfare, rural healthcare, education, and environmental care. Regenboog assured its beneficiaries, donors, and staff that it would continue to provide high-quality services, comprehend societal needs, and adhere to a higher standard of integrity and transparency with great care and compassion.

Regenboog's innovative ways of working have consistently kept it at the forefront of the aforementioned industries. Since its inception, Regenboog has always addressed societal problems in collaboration with government ministries, and the majority of its projects are carried out with the full backing of these authorities.

Regenboog was formed with the vision of providing high-quality services in the fields of education, healthcare, the environment, and child welfare. Regenboog currently supports society with the following projects: mobile clinic, mobile libraries, motorcycle libraries, menstrual health awareness, evening schools, and environmental initiatives.


Regenboog is blessed with a wonderful team of selfless individuals who ensure that all services supplied in all sectors are of the highest possible quality.

Mr. Kumaresan Vadamalai is the organization's Managing Trustee. He is an engineer but an incredible natural farmer by profession. Mr.Sakthi Dinakaran (experienced educationalist), Mr. Mohamed Ali Munaf (Business), Mr. Sudhakar Arunagiri (Business), and Mr. Madhan Mohan Govindaswamy (Development worker) are also trustees on the board.


Regenboog India Foundation gives care and hope to the needy in and around Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu, India, by offering education, healthcare, and shelter. Regenboog's devoted staff, volunteers, and sponsors believe in the dignity of all people and work to improve the lives of those they serve.


All projects operate in and around Tiruvannamalai, Tamilnadu, South India. (180 Km from Chennai)

People's Love

Regenboog has always had the support of donors who continue to give generously. Groups and individuals from all over the world also support Regenboog.

The Verein Arunachala Rising Sun has been a pillar of support for Regenboog, contributing to various initiatives such as the mobile library, evening schools, educational assistance projects, and menstrual awareness projects.

Our regular donors include the VZW Johanna Bode in Belgium, the So Hum Foundation in the United States, the Jürg Weber Foundation in Switzerland, Purvansh Holdings from Hyderabad and the Alphonse and Lucy Griffith Paré Foundations.


Regenboog operates,

The Mobile Medical Clinic offers free medical care to isolated rural villages.

The Evening Schools provides educational help to school-aged children living in economically disadvantaged communities.

The Mobile Library allows youngsters to get books of their choice every two weeks.

The Educational Support Project helps students in high school and college who would otherwise drop out of education.

The Menstrual Hygiene Awareness project encourages young women to manage their periods safely, healthily, and sustainably.

Regenboog's Environmental initiatives include afforestation programs, cleanup days, firefighting, and public awareness campaigns. The Nursery initiative produces more than 3,000 tree saplings for the plantation every year.

Regenboog is always a leader during disasters, aiding the people and the government with innovative solutions.


  • The Mobile Clinic treats over 30,000 patients every year.
  • 9 Evening Schools educates over 300 students every year.
  • The Mobile Library distributes over 80,000 books to the students every year.
  • The Educational Support Project supports 13 students.
  • The Environmental Care project gives drinking water to animals and birds inside the forest.
  • Over 10,000 palm seeds have been planted in our environmental care project every year.
  • The nursery project is planting over 3,000 tree saplings every year.
  • Menstrual hygiene awareness reaches over 20,000 girls and women every year.
  • Regenboog is actively involved in the disaster relief work in South India.
  • Regenboog has been actively fighting against the coronavirus, together with the government health department, at the frontline since February 2020.