Our Mission

Touch ministries seeks to aid in the transformation of individuals, organizations and communities on the basis of the belief statement in the truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ.


We provide educational opportunities for the poor to break the cycle of poverty and provide individuals with the skills and knowledge they need to improve their lives.


We provide medical support for the poor to improve access to healthcare for individuals who may not have the financial resources to pay for medical services.


We offer social services to support vulnerable individuals and communities to overcome challenging circumstances and improve their quality of life.

Our Projects

We have different projects in India which caters to the medical, social and educational needs of people.

The Lady Willingdon Hospital

Manali, Himachal Pradesh

The Lady Willingdon Hospital was established in 1936, and serves the people of the Kullu valley and beyond. It is the only viable hospital for specialized surgery and medicine in the region.

Daystar School

Daystar School

Manali, India

Education is an essential component of transformation, and the Daystar school provides this quality education to the locals of manali, HP, India. A number of children are supported by meeting their school fees, allowing them to access education in this school.

Jiwan Jyoti Mandali Trust

New Delhi, India.

The Jiwan Jyoti Mandali trust was established in New Delhi India, and works among the urban slum of Burari. Two schools provide education to the children of daily wage labourers. A host of activities including adult education, sewing class for ladies and computer education is being imparted to the youth, along with career counseling and guidance.

Medical Camps


Ladakh is considered the final frontier, situated in high and inaccessible terrain of the Indian Himalayas. The folk here do not have regular access to health services, and many villages subsist without access to either doctors or medicines. Intermittent health camps are conducted by taking teams into these remote villages.