FAITH in India is a NGO completely dedicated to the upliftment of poor and under privileged kids through education, art & culture, and other ways. After working for about five years among children from slums and bus tees, Anamika Majumdar realized that an organization needs to be formed to reach out to more people. FAITH (Female Aura Initiated Towards Hope) in India was formed and registered under the societies act of 1860. The idea was conceived when she noticed that children from nearby bus tees who came to play in the nearby ground, looked a bit abnormal. Enquiring about facts she came to know that these children often get used to drugs and other addictive materials like cough syrup, iodex, whiteners, etc. After interacting with parents of such kids she came to know that these children are left alone all day with no one to care for while mothers and fathers are away to
work as maids or laborers. Most of them even skipped school on a regular basis. As the sight of these unwanted children became unbearable, Anamika Majumdar started motivating these children and started simple fun classes for them. These classes slowly became music and dance classes for the poor. As the name (Female Aura Initiated Towards Hope) suggests, the executive body constitutes of women from different fields and phases of life all unique in their own ways. With its registered office at New Baradwari, Jamshedpur, FAITH in India currently caters to poor, underprivileged children from slums and bus tees in Jamshedpur.