Note Books distribution | #NoteWorthy

ImagesR.K. Foundation’s Book Drive #Noteworthy, started off a crowd funding to raise money to provide around 1,30,000 books to children from an economically poor background.

Thank you

We, on behalf of R.K. Foundation would like to take this opportunity to let you know that we had managed to raise a good sum of Rs. 1,64,141  which wouldn’t have been possible without contributors like you.

A big Thank you

for donating and supporting the cause.

Thank you for being #NoteWorthy

You are now part of a group, which is going to make a big difference in the lives of 100’s of children around us. Though the initial target was Rs. 15, 00,000, we are still thankful for the sum we raised because

It is not how much we give, it is how much love we put into giving!

Note Books Distribution


However, do you feel you can do a little more?

Time contributed is as good as or even better than money contributed.

So, be a part of the last lap of the drive by helping us distribute the books to the target schools.


Volunteer: Drop in a mail to be a part of the book distribution.


Aditya – +919916328321

Puneet – +919844540715



Book Drive – 2016

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What is it?

Every year R.K. Foundation provides notebooks for around 700 schools in the rural areas of South India before the new academic year starts. The children of these schools are from an economically poor background. Hence they cannot afford to buy books. Watch this video to find out more. Video Link(Click here)

What are we doing?

Keeping the dire conditions in mind, we at R.K. Foundation have started a crowd funding project. We are looking to raise money to provide 1,30,000 books for this year. So, you might wonder why are we raising money via crowd funding for the first time. Previously the Book Drive was successfully financed by Multi National Companies in Bangalore. But due to the change in management and other such reasons this year we have not received any funding this year. The need for notebooks has not disappeared therefore we decided go for crowd funding.

What do we need the money for?

We need to buy around 1,30,000 notebooks for this academic year so that the 30,000 children in these schools have the bare minimum requirement fulfilled for education.We are also looking to provide them pencils(60,000), sharpeners and erasers(30,000 each). We are going to provide a combination of Single Line, Double Line, Four Line, Maths Books, Long Note Books based on the class in which the child is studying. The per child/per class requirement is as shown in the image below. The cost per Long notebook is Rs. 26 and all other books are at Rs 13.50 each.


What can you do?

You can help us by raising the money for those books and help the kids to fulfill their dreams.

Click HERE to donate

We also know that some of you might find it hard to donate money due to different reasons. In that case if you can volunteer and donate your time we would love to involve you in this social cause.

You can do the same by :

  1. Spreading the message in your office, society and to your friends and family.
  2. Buy/Collect books/pencil/eraser from your office/society/ friends/families instead of money
  3. Sharing the post on your Facebook page.
  4. Help us in distributing the books to different schools.
  5. Volunteering for teaching kids on weekends.

and much more…..

No matter which option you choose, we thank you for being #Noteworthy.

How to contact us?

Facebook    |   Website   | Crowdfunding

You can write to us at – or

Contact Numbers: Aditya: +919916328321 | Puneet: +919844540715


R.K. Foundation – Our Story

An innate desire to give back to society unconditionally was the driving force that led to the birth of R.K. Foundation by two like minded family friends. The idea was to utilize the collected funds entirely to the deprived target population without incurring much administrative expenses or overhead costs. For the founding members, it was thus purely a voluntary service and the satisfaction they derived from their work was their reward. The idea was to seek and fulfill the fundamental needs of the deprived first. The organisation thus identified strategic gaps in projects that were run either by the government or by other not for profit organisations and sought to bridge these issues.

The idea was ‘to do’ rather than to think of ‘how to do’ and ‘what to do’ in closed door sessions. Thus as problems and bottlenecks of the deprived communities came to the Foundation’s notice, attempts were made to resolve them. In this manner grew a number of projects that are running successfully today. The founders continue to work with the belief that no effort is futile even if it brings relief and some happiness to one life, because each life is as precious as that of our very own.

The Foundation works through a number of partner Civil Society Organisations ranging from orphanages, old age homes, government schools etc. It operates in 5 States of India viz. Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Manipur.