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


Regenboog is a charity organization that was founded in 2006 in Tiruvannamalai, a small town in southern India. Regenboog was founded to bring a change in society through its charity projects in the fields of children’s welfare, rural healthcare, education, and environmental care. Regenboog promised its beneficiaries, donors, and the team to maintain a high quality of services, understand the need in the society and follow a higher standard of integrity, and transparency with great care and love.

Regenboog always stands as a front runner in the above-mentioned fields with its innovative and creative ways of functioning. Since its founding, Regenboog has always addressed the needs of the society together with the Government departments and most of its works are executed with the great support of the various government departments. Regenboog was founded with a great dream to provide a good quality of services in the field of Education, Healthcare, Environment, and Children's Welfare. Presently, Regenboog serves society through the following projects: Mobile clinic, Mobile library, Motorcycle libraries, Menstrual health awareness, Science park, Evening schools, and environmental projects.


Regenboog is blessed with a great team of selfless people who make sure that all the services that are being provided in all the fields are the best in quality.

Mr.Kumaresan Vadamalai is the Managing Trustee of the organization. He is an engineer by qualification and an amazing natural farmer by profession. Together with him, the board has Mr.Sakthi Dinakaran (experienced educationalist), Mr. Mohamed Ali Munaf (Business), Mr.Sudhakar Arunagiri (Business), and Mr.Madhan Mohan Govindaswamy (Development worker) as Trustees.


Regenboog India Foundation provides care and hope to the underprivileged living in and around the town of Tiruvannamalai in Tamil Nadu, India through services that provide education, healthcare and shelter. Regenboog's dedicated staff, volunteers and sponsors believe in the dignity of all persons and strive to uplift and enhance the lives of those they serve.


All projects operate in and around Tiruvannamalai, Tamilnadu, South India.

People's Love

From the beginning, Regenboog has always been supported by many good hearts from India who continue to give their generous support. Groups and individuals from many parts of the world also support Regenboog.

The mobile library, evening schools, educational support projects, and the science park project are supported by the Verein Arunachala Rising Sun.

The Verein Arunachala Village School, Switzerland, the VZW Johanna Bode, Belgium, the So Hum Foundation, USA, the Jürg Weber foundation, Switzerland and the Alphonse and Lucy Griffith Paré Foundations are our constant supporters in all our endeavours.


Regenboog operates

  • The Mobile Medical Clinic provides free medical care to rural villagers.
  • The Evening School provides educational support for school-aged children living in slum areas.
  • The Mobile Library allows children to check out a book of their choice every two weeks.
  • The Educational Support Project supports youth in high school and college who otherwise would have to drop out of school.
  • The Menstrual Hygiene Awareness project aims at empowering young women for safe, healthy, and sustainable menstruation management.
  • Regenboog's environmental projects include afforestation programs, cleaning camps, firefighting, and public awareness sessions. The Nursery project grows over 3,000 tree saplings for the plantation.
  • Regenboog is always a front-runner during disasters, assisting the people and the government with innovative approaches.


  • The Mobile Clinic treats over 8,119 patients every year.
  • 7 Evening Schools educates over 295 students every year.
  • The Mobile Library travels across 16,480 kilometers, distributing over 22,487 books to the students, every year.
  • The Educational Support Project supports 28 students.
  • The Environmental Care project gives drinking water to animals and birds inside the forest.
  • 18,600 palm seeds have been planted as a part of our environmental care project.
  • The nursery project has over 5,881 tree saplings, out of which 2,000 have been planted.
  • The menstrual hygiene awareness has reached out to 2,114 girl students from 48 schools, by traveling across 1,241 kilometers.
  • Regenboog is actively involved in the disaster relief works of South India.
  • Regenboog is actively fighting against the Coronavirus at the frontline together with the health department of the Government since February 2020.