The Wings of Hope story is a simple one: making a difference to those less fortunate than yourself.

I was very fortunate to have grown up with parents who were always giving and sharing what they had.

My father, a Civil Engineer, was passionate about Maths and English. He would give up his weekends to teach children whose parents worked in low paid jobs including clerks, drivers and cleaners. My mother was always sharing food and money. This had a profound effect on me, and I suppose in a way was the basis of setting up this charity. My husband and I truly believe that education is the key to getting children out of the poverty trap. We are proud to invest our time and energies in making a difference to the lives of these disadvantaged children.

We are able to achieve this through The Wings of Hope Achievement Awards(WOHAA) a social enterprise programme which was set up 15 years ago, for our very own UK secondary school children. Through participating in this programme, we are confident that our UK children will become socially conscious global citizens whilst learning exceptional skills outside of their school curriculum.

We are very proud to have made a difference to over 34,200 students from 512 schools all over Britain over the last fifteen years.

All this would not be possible without the help and support of so many individuals and organisations, for which we are very grateful.

Best wishes and thank you for your continued support,

Co-founders of the Wings of Hope Children's Charity: Mrs Rajni and Dr R. Sriram

  The Wings of Hope is a London based charity.  

Our Mission

The Wings of Hope charity believes in the transformative power of education.

Our primary aim is to provide our UK students, particularly those at a socio-economic disadvantage, with the opportunity to learn key transferrable skills, to access relevant and impartial careers advice, and to grow and nurture their confidence, independence and sense of social responsibility.

Our secondary aim is to open up opportunities for the poor and underprivileged children we support in India and Malawi, by providing them with a free education.

We believe these aims are a valued contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, as part of achieving Goal Number 4 'Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all'.
The Sustainable Development Goals are an initiative begun in 2015 by the United Nations which have shifted our interpretation of development from simply getting bigger and richer, to thinking how all parts of the world can work together to achieve long-lasting and responsible progress in areas such as education, health, but also environmental sustainability.

There are 17 goals which range from Goal Number 1 'Ending Poverty' to Goal Number 13 'Climate Action' and even Goal Number 17 'Building Partnerships for the Goals'. The aim is to achieve these goals by 2030 in order to build a better planet for everyone living here.