Festivals For Joy Campaigns

We want to live in a world of hope that is both inclusive and just, where everyone is treated with dignity and security. Our goal is to save lives, provide social security, and end poverty. Our campaigns attempt to highlight and channel the conversation around society’s marginalized groups. At Festival for Joy, innovative and evidence-based campaigns are organized to address the core causes of issues in society.

Address and reduce inequity in intimate relationships, family and social networks, communities, and economic areas. By providing them with the necessary knowledge, skills, and resources, they can improve their confidence, self-esteem, aspirations, and overall awareness to transform their circumstances.


Sankranti - 2022

This Sankranti (Pongal), we have decided to distribute 600+ Deskits with the sponsorship of VShine Foundation. 

Christmas - 2021

Christmas is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious.

Diwali 2021

The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair.

Dussehra 2021

Dussehra denotes victory of good over evil and there are two stories that are associated with the festival in Hindu mythology.


India is the land of festivals. Makar Sankranti is one of the important festivals of Hindu religion that they celebrate with great joy and happiness.


Holi is the festival of colours. It is celebrated on a full moon day of the month of Phalgun every year. And celebrated with happiness.


Ugadi is considered as an auspicious day as it marks the beginning of the new month, Chaitra of a new year based on the Hindu calendar.


It is celebrated as the month during which Muhammad received the initial revelations of the Quran, the holy book for Muslims.

Vinayaka Chavithi

Vinayaka Chavithi is 10-day festival marking the birth of the elephant-headed deity Ganesha, the god of prosperity and wisdom.