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Governing Body

Board Members

Vasundhara Raghavan

CEO, Founder

Brought aspects of kidney disease to public fora and laid the foundation for KWF. Has authored several books on this cause and is dedicated to bringing about policy changes.

G Srinivas Raghavan

Co-Founder & COO

Comes with an engineering background and will engage in developing systems for managing the NGO with complete transparency.

Ranganathan Raghavan

KWF Board Member

Chairman & Managing Director, Vijay Tanks and Vessels Ltd

Prof Ramabhadran Thirumalai

KWF Board Member

Brought aspects of kidney disease to public fora and laid the foundation for KWF. Has authored several books on this cause and is dedicated to bringing about policy changes.

Research Coordinators

Sachin Rao

9 years on dialysis

Managing health, focus on Research

Yangchen Dolma

22 years Transplant Recipent

Inspiring, Actively Employed as Nurse and Social worker.

Reeta Dar

Advisor Organ Donation

Will spearhead Organ Donation Laws for any public engagements. She has served the Government for 32 years and is backed with a Doctorate in Organ Donation and Transplantation.

Maryann Manasseh

Communications Director

Enabler of exploratory work to initiate significant programmes to take the organization closer to its’ objectives.

Shantanu Saha

Human Resources Director

Creates opportunities and advises on a structure to adequately address growing organizational needs.

Naval Joshi

Chief Technology Director

Gives the NGO the technological advantage to keep us ahead of the times


Social Workers

Rajshree Minaksi Dave


Our dedicated team of social workers plays a crucial role in our organization, providing invaluable support and assistance to individuals and families in need.

Yangchen Dolma

New Delhi

Meet Yangchen Dolma, a compassionate and experienced social worker who is committed to making a positive impact on the lives of those she serves.

External Affairs

Jitender Chugh

Consultant & Founder

A social worker from Delhi, his work with Human Care Foundation involves helping thalassemia patients, conducting blood-donation drives and health camps.

Voices of KWF (Hosts for events)

Ally Sequira


Deepak Chawla


Merlyn Paul


Sachin Rao


Shalini Singh


Amit Misra


Content Writers

Harshit Bhatia

Content Writer

Reni George

Content Writer

Maryann George

Content Writer

Accounting Head

Brijesh Gadhia

Administration & Banking

A resolute resident of Maharashtra, he is always in the front when it comes to lending support to any cause relating to kidney disease.

Media Heads

Anjali Uthup Kurien

Media Director & Motivational Counsellor

An influential voice for patients aided by her work at Sunny Foundation and her profession as a Radio Jockey.

Sejal Jobanputra

Social Media & Research

A warrior on dialysis, she has been tirelessly working for the welfare of dialysis patients. Her research is on organ transplant laws, donor acceptance rules and systems followed by major hospitals.

State Coordinators

Bhagwan Reddy


He is closely associated with Cheyutha Foundation for Organ Transplants and is dedicated in his endeavour to ensure benefits for kidney patients.

Karamjeet Kaur


A teacher by profession, she is determined to improve the lives of kidney patients. She enables the supply of medicines at a discount, guides patients towards available treatment options and conducts events to spread awareness on kidney disease.

Madhab Chakraborty

West Bengal

A social worker and renal healthcare professional, educating dialysis technicians and spreading awareness are his primary objectives. His social work operates under the banner, FRIENDS – An Awareness Foundation.



Human Care Foundation

Under the leadership of Jitender Chugh, Human Care Foundation (HCF) works in the area of human welfare, with an aim to offer support, save lives, and educate people about serious health conditions. In the past five years, they have arranged for free medicines, all types of tests and investigations, supporting equipment like wheelchairs, walking sticks and many other aids. They have conducted blood donation camps with over 800 units donated, saving more than 200 lives. For COVID19, HCF was involved in sourcing and supply of PPE sets in Delhi.


Kidney Foundation of Guruvayur

Kidney Foundation is an initiative by V. G .Chandrasekharan, a renal transplant recipient of 32 years. The NGO conducts charitable activities in Kerala. Operating from its registered office at Kozhikode, it conducts awareness and prevention workshops on kidney disease and offers assistance to poor and needy kidney patients for their treatments, dialysis and transplant. Their dialysis center in Guruvayoor provides dialysis to many needy at economical rates.


Kidney Care Foundation Society

Mujahid Naqvi, President of Kidney Care Foundation Society is a kidney transplant recipient who is well versed with the real problems that kidney patients experience. The aim of the foundation is to create awareness through events and nephrologist consultations. Financial assistance is also provided to underprivileged patients. Medicines were distributed and support was provided to patients during Covid19.


Cheyutha Foundation for Organ Transplants

Bhagwan Reddy heads a strong team of professionals who work for the welfare of people who have had kidney transplants. Subsidized medication for needy, overnight stay at subsidized rates for out-station patients, and working towards government policy changes are their top priority.


Sunny Foundation

Anjali Uthup Kurian’s Sunny Kidney Foundation from Kochi aims to help people on dialysis and transplant with a holistic solution to live a better life. Special emphasis is given to the mental and physical health of caregivers, which in turn positively impacts patients’ health. SKF helps patients with funds for medicines and their friendly approach is a great support to patients and their families, bringing sunshine to their life.


FRIENDS – An Awareness Foundation

Madhab Chakrabarti is Secretary of this unique organisation , run by social workers, who understand how this disease is critical and needs society’s attention. They spread awareness of kidney disease, through well-defined programs that aim to educate, and prevent the spread of CKD.


Kidney Patients Welfare Association

Vasu Sandur inherited this trust as a legacy from a group of ardent kidney patients, to carry forward their work of passion, with commitment and care. As President, he works with his team, providing medicines and dialysis consumables at a subsidized cost. They conduct interactive meetings and educational workshops with an aim to help patients manage their disease better. He had a kidney transplant in 1992 and took a contingent of other transplantees to represent India at the World Transplant Games in Sydney in 1997. This was the first time that India became part of World Transplant Games.