Welcome to Chotay Taray Foundation

The seeds of Chotay Taray Foundation were sown in 2000 with warm and deep desire to cater the Children with the special needs, no assisting or aiding body was there in Kashmir until CHOTAY TARAY came into existence. With the pace of time of this journey has been immense and wonderful 20 years. Presently CTF is emerged as an extensive Child Resource Centre catering Rehabilitation Regime, Child Development, Quality Education, livelihood, Child Protection, Mental Health and covering the Emergency Crises across J&K.

Vision & Mission

Our Aim is to provide assistance to everyone in need. Through our various projects / Partners on Education, Skill & Sustainability Development, Child Protection, Women Empowerment, Youth Advocacy, Peace Justice and Strong Institutions, we have reached thousands of women, men, Children and Youth across J&K and beyond. CTF is constantly promoting and working on UNSDG’s (Mission 2030) to bring positive social change. We welcome everyone onboard.

Message from The Founder-President

I would like to thank my donors, colleagues, friends and well-wishers for their continuous support, encouragement and guidance that helped us in developing the organization and reaching the most deserving people of the society.

Key Achievements

Rehabilitation Services Provided to People with disabilities

Children Provided Regular Support for Education and Health Care

Children Benefited from Quality Education Initiative

Unemployed Youth Provided Training Become Self-Reliant.

Nutrition Kits Provided to Families (COVID-19 and Crisis in 2019)

Masks Distributed (COVID-19)

Children benefited Through 10 Child Friendly Spaces

Senior Police Officers Trained on JJ ACT

Our Thematical Areas

Health and Medical Aids

Education

Child Protection & Child Development

Employment

Livelihood

Shelters

Recent Activities

Mask Distribution Drive.CTF team with SSP Budgam Shri. Amod Ashoke Nagpure, IPS providing N95 masks for Front line Warriors.
CTF team with SSP East City Zone Srinagar Ms. Sheema Qasba, IPS.
Mental Health Awareness Programme at Tral
CTF Team with Social Worker National Awardic Nishta Thakur on Eve of International day. On 3rd december 2020
Celebration of International Day for Persons with Disabilities,
3 December 2020
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