Trivani Field Notes is your connection to the people on the ground engaged in the humanitarian work supported by Trivani Foundation. Each week, new updates and stories from the field will be posted to share the accomplishments, needs, and gratitude from those who can best report the difference Trivani Foundation is making in the fight against poverty. Find out more about our team.

About Trivani Foundation

The Trivani Foundation is a 501(c)(3) private non-profit organization that strives to empower people and communities to direct and manage their own development. Created in cooperation with Trivani International, Trivani Foundation is part of a business model that utilizes business to achieve consistent, sustainable funding in order to support the efforts of our partners in the field.

Nepal children in window


Trivani Foundation leverages partnerships and innovative business solutions to empower developing communities to end poverty.

Our Vision: To eradicate poverty and facilitate sustainable self-development in impoverished communities worldwide . We’ll realize this vision by leveraging collective financial, cultural, natural and human resources through an international network of funders, government agencies, non-profit organizations, businesses, and grassroots community leaders.

We’ve established a five pillar focus to measure community need and community development. Find out more about our 5 pillars of well-being.

Through Trivani, you can play an important role in creating change in the world by imparting humanitarian aid to developing villages and communities. How you can help.


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