Aid for Refugees in Lebanon


Since the start of the recent Gaza conflict situation, ACT volunteers have looked at various ways to support victims of this situation. We have a team in Lebanon that has been supporting Palestinian refugees in camps in Beirut. We have offered hamper food bags and hygiene packs to many families and individuals and have also helped to improve living conditions by purchasing clothes and household appliances.

We found that the living conditions in the refugee camps are in many cases challenging the well-being of the camp residents, physically, mentally and emotionally. It is very common that whole families live together in just one room, the rooms themselves are at times not even larger than 1.5m2. We have seen houses without roof, leaking walls, mouldy furniture and in cases the sewage smell coming from the bathroom spreads across other living areas also.

In this crisis situation ACT Foundation mainly focused on Palestinian refugees, but if we came across extremely poor and underprivileged and/or disabled Lebanese families then we extended our support to these families also, especially as they at times have been living in inhumane conditions for nearly ten years.

We continue to work in refugee camps in Lebanon as this is a place where we have direct access to help victimized Palestinians, however we have been pro-actively looking for a way to support the people in Gaza itself as well, which is challenging with the current border restrictions.
All our volunteers offer their time with dedication and a big heart of compassion. We are the hands for people wanting to help from a distance and we turn donations into staple food items, essential hygiene products, clothes and other items that we find are needed by the direct contact of the conflict victims. All donations are directly used on the ground, to offer as much direct relief of the emergency circumstances for so many people. All our volunteers are unsalaried to ensure we optimize the use of donations.

For donations to support the aid effort we have a secure donation portal via Mohanji International Foundation at the following link (purpose – select the Humanitarian Projects option) :


All the funds will go towards refugee aid. To contact us please email

Thank you very much for your loving help and support.

With gratitude,

ACT Foundation (Team Lebanon)


Devi Mohan – Award 2023

ACT President Devi Mohan Awarded Most Compassionate Woman of 21st Century

The Most Succesful Entrepreneur of 21st Century Association, which has been awarding and recognizing the best of the best in various areas of life and work in Serbia and beyond, awarded our ACT Global President, Devi Mohan, with the prestigious “Most Compassionate Woman of 21st Century’ award in the category of humanitarian work.

Devi was nominated for this award by Dr. Olja Lopushansky who lives in Amsterdam and has won this award in a different category two years earlier.

As per the standard procedure, the Association then conducted a thorough research about Devi and, through a survey and popular vote, this award was given to Devi as a representative of hundreds of most dedicated, supremely selfless volunteers of ACT Foundation active in 29 countries.

In Devi’s words: “This indeed was a real ‘red carpet experience’ in Belgrade, Serbia.

I dedicate this award to all ACT Foundation volunteers, all selfless mothers serving from the background – as we expand our hearts and horizons, let us celebrate selflessness and manifest a true balance of masculine and feminine contribution in the world.

As a woman I therefore also dedicate this award to my beloved Mohanji, the Founder of ACT and my true support and inspiration, visible and invisible.

This was a truly unique experience. 20 people (men and women) from different walks of life (artists, actors, singers, sportsmen, musicians, traditional fashion designers, business entrepreneurs, holistic practitioners, philantropists…) gathered at the glamorous Imperial Hall in Belgrade on 15 Dec 2023 to receive this extraordinary award.

This was a beautiful culmination of ACT Foundation’s 20th anniversary celebration, which also took place in Serbia one month earlier.

Life is a miracle! There are no limits.”

News links: Telegraf  | Vibracija


Earthquake Survivors Morocco


Dear family, most of us have seen the devastation caused by the earthquake in Morocco in the past few days.

The earthquake struck at around 11.11 p.m. local time (6.11 p.m ET) on Friday. Its epicenter was located in the High Atlas mountain range, about 72 kilometers (44.7 miles) southwest of Marrakech, a city of about 840,000 people.

Its impact was felt far and wide, reaching as far north as Casablanca. But it most severely damaged towns and villages near the base of the Atlas Mountains, while also ripping through the center and suburbs of Marrakech.

Over 2000 people have died with more under rubble and many thousands more injured. Food, water, clothing, tents and blankets are desperately needed as many people are homeless and sleeping outside to protect themselves from the aftershocks.

ACT Foundation is currently reaching out via our contacts to see who we can best work with to support our aid efforts. If you have any contact on the ground, anyone to suggest, please post in the group. A small team is gathering as we speak to travel out to Morocco.

Your help and support is desperately required. Please direct anyone who has contacts in the area or is willing to help to please email us on .

For donations to support the aid effort we have a secure donation portal via Mohanji International Foundation at the following link (purpose – select the ACT 20th Anniversary Projects option) :


All the funds will go towards earthquake relief. To contact us please email

Thank you very much for your loving help and support.

With gratitude,

ACT Foundation disaster relief team




Earthquake Survivors Turkey Syria Iran


Dear all,

You are probably aware of the post-earthquake doomsday reality in Turkey and Syria:

Overnight, 8,000+ people died, thousands still remain trapped under mountains of rubble and hundreds of thousands of people have been made homeless after two horrific earthquakes wreaked havoc. The first earthquake impacted Iran as well.

The next 72 hours are critical for rescue efforts.

The suffering of the affected people has been made worse by the bitterly cold conditions – thousands of people are currently outdoors in freezing cold.

ACT Foundation has contacts and volunteers locally, committed people who have been performing charitable activities in their respective countries.

As the authorities and specialist teams work to rescue people from the rubble, the next most urgent requirement is food, clothing, medicine, tents, blankets and heaters. ACT Foundation is currently sending immediate support through our volunteers on the ground, and other ACT volunteers who intend to travel to Turkey to help us distribute aid. Any support means a lot.

If you wish to support this initiative, please donate funds to the Mohanji International Foundation (purpose – choose the Disaster Relief option) via secure donation portal at the following link:


All the funds will go towards earthquake relief. To contact us please email

It is important to act fast – ACT now!

Thank you for your help and support.

May we serve and celebrate humanity together.

With gratitude,

ACT Foundation team


Rising Stars – ACT

Rising Star: ACT Foundation

ACT Foundation was featured exclusively in Voyage Dallas, a popular online magazine catering to the local Dallas community.



ACT 4 Ukraine – Video Update

ACT 4 UKRAINE – Video Update

Please see see this video of the amazing work that our ACT volunteers have done and continue to do in Ukraine. 

Main highlights:

  • Inauguration of the ACT Foundation hub. 
  • 30 ton lorry full of food and toiletries sent. 
  • ACT Foundation Van bought. 
  • Washing and cooking equipment provided. 
  • Showers and toilets built. 
  • Playgrounds constructed. 
  • Meditation, Yoga, conscious dancing, conscious walking and Mai Tri sessions. 
  • More food, medicines and toiletries delivered. 
  • English tuition classes for children and adults. 

To volunteer at our ACT hub, please contact us on: 

Donations to support our work can be sent to: 



Empowerment Through Education

Empowerment Through Education 

In the midst of the global economy challenges, English learning has become critical for communication.

In this unique program, ACT Foundation joins forces with Nexos Communitarios and English Helper, with the aim of filling that void for children in Peru.

English Helper’s effective language learning will be integrated into the curriculum at 2 schools in Peru and will help 130 children.

We hope to reach out to many more children in the future.

Do join us for this pioneer program in Latin America. For only $40 for the entire year, you can ensure that one child learns English within that time and opens many doors of opportunity for a better future!

Join us in this groundbreaking initiative and create a better future for the underserved!

Thank you!


ACT 4 Ukraine – Supplies for Odessa Hospital

ACT 4 UKRAINE – Supplies for Odessa Hospital


ACT 4 Ukraine initiative is gaining further momentum with more charitable actions on the Romanian border with Ukraine.
On 25 March the second batch of our humanitarian supplies was delivered to Odessa Region Children’s Hospital in Ukraine.

At the border crossing, ACT Romania volunteer met with Irina Metsker, a coordinator of Odessa City Council of Large Families. He handed over to her much need donation of 509 boxes of medicines, 102 kg of baby food, and 53 packages of baby diapers. This action was covered by the Ukrainian local media house. 

The entire ACT 4 Ukraine team would like to thank our partners and donors – Pharmacy Dr. Max from Timisoara, Romania, and Pharmacy Health from Vrsac, Serbia, who gave a big discount on medicines and baby food.
Big thank you to everyone who supported the initiative by donating funds for this action, especially ACT Serbia team.

If you would like to support our activities as a volunteer, please reach out by email 

If you like to make a donation please visit the following link:
For more information visit the ACT Foundation website:

With Love,
ACT 4 Ukraine team


ACT 4 Ukraine – UK Initiative In Moldova

ACT 4 UKRAINE – UK Initiative In Moldova

Dear all, we are happy to share with you the latest updates with regards to ACT 4 Ukraine – preparations are on the way for the big day, 24 March 2022, when our ACT/Mohanji Foundation minivan will leave to Moldova from London delivering aid.
Excitement is building up!

Our dear Jay Jeyaseelan (Chair of Mohanji ACT Foundation UK) and Vijay Ramanaidoo (Chair of Mohanji Foundation UK), together with the team of another charity TEECH with whom we are partnering for delivery of this aid, will be joining a convoy of lorries carrying tons of food, medical supplies, clothing and hospital equipment.

This trip will involve a 7 hour ferry trip to Holland, travel across Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Hungary and Romania into Moldova. After a couple of days in Moldova, they will be travelling to Romania and will be joined by Mirčea and our ACT team from the Balkan region, as well as several other volunteers from UK. Together, they will work on creating a hub on the border of Ukraine and Romania, a focal point for all our ‘ACT 4 Ukraine’ volunteers.

We would like to thank everyone who has supported us with donations of funds, food, clothing and medical supplies. We will ensure that this is distributed to the needy in Moldova and Romania.

Regular updates will be shared once the journey commences.

Call to action:

To volunteer at our ACT 4 UKRAINE hub at the Romanian-Ukrainian border, help us deliver aid or support the fundraising in any other way, please contact us on:

Any amount donated for this cause will be used for the same in its entirety. Donations can be sent to:

Join us in loving action no matter what!

With love,