Social Welfare Projects

Help Tragic Panchagarh drowning victims

A tragic drowning event took place at Karatoa river in Boda upazila of Panchagarh on Sunday, September 25, 2022, which left 69 people dead and a few more missing. The trawler, carrying 70-80 passengers including women and children, capsized in the middle of the river while heading towards Badheshwar Temple on the occasion of Mayalaya at around 2:30 pm. 69 people died including 20 children, 30 women, and 17 men. Read More

Help Kaosar Family

Kaosar Ahmmad Rabby, a young Engineer of Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission, died in a horrible road accident near Savar on 5 June. The culprit bus was running criss-crossed before the driver lost control and eventually collided with the staff bus that was carrying Kaosar and others, resulting in 5 deaths. Read More

Support Razzak’s Family

Our 89 batch Dhaka College and DU IBA friend Ashraf Hakim Razzak passed away at 3:21 AM on May 1st in a Chicago hospital due to lung complications. He is buried in Chicago with some local help. After loosing his job in Bangladesh at the beginning of Covid pandemic, Razzak searched for one for two years without any success. To seek a better life, he wrapped up everything in Bangladesh and came to Chicago, USA on F-1 visa last December to finish his graduate degree at Illinois Institute of Technology that he first attempted many years back. Read More

Community Counseling


60 family buses in Karimpur. It is initially estimated that 50 of their cows were looted. Two cows burned in fire. Laxmi Rani said, three of their cows were looted. Read More

Qurbani Project 2022

Ankur has been arranging Qurbani in Bangladesh. We distributed your qurbani meat to many areas, where people cannot afford to eat meat. This year, with COVID related economic crisis, we will arrange Qurbani in various parts of Bangladesh. Please donate your Qurbani shares for people in need. Read More

Ankur Undergraduate Research Scholarship


অংকুর ফাউন্ডেশন পহেলা রমজানই হাসি ফোটালো অসহায় রোজাদারদের মুখে,তাদের একটু ভালোভাবে সারাদিনে রোজা রেখে ইফতার করানোর ক্ষুদ্র প্রচেষ্টা আমাদের অংকুরের ফুড প্যাকেজ| সারা দেশে ইফতার বিতরণ করা হবে| অংশ গ্রহণ করতে চাইলে ডোনেট করুন| Read More

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Sutro81 Education Support

Friends who were the ‘class of 1981-83’ (also known as a group called ‘sutro81’) at Rajshahi College, Rajshahi, Bangladesh came forward to raise funds to assist education of offsprings of their friends who are struggling financially Read More

Women empowerment in rural Bangladesh

Ankur’s aim is to make the deprived rural women self dependent! We worked in Nilphamari district extensively and found this project very useful in women empowerment. We are starting a pilot project in a remote village in Jhenaidah to empower these women. Read More

Help Late Shah Alam Family

Our friend Shah Alam, [CE, BUET Batch 89, ex Ahsanullah Hall Resident] passed away on August 31, 2020. He had a massive heart attack while on his way back from a business trip. Unfortunately, none of his family member or friend was there with him during his last breath. Our beloved friend left behind his wife, two daughters, and a son who is in 5th grade. His elder daughter is going to college for her higher secondary and the younger daughter is in 9th grade. Shah Alam was a single earner for the family and supported not only his immediate family but also took care of two mothers and sister's family. Even though he had a decent professional life, because of all the family burden, he could not save much for his children's education and their wellbeing. Read More

BUET89 Education Fund

Not so long ago, we celebrated our 30 year’s reunion. We remembered the friends we lost, shared the memories we had with them. The list was not small and is growing. The untimely departure is causing a lot of financial hardship for few families. We are initiating this fundraising effort to support the education expenses for the struggling families of our late friends. Please come forward and open your heart and donate for the future of our children. Read More

Help Mohammed_Mainur_Rahman_Shuvo

 Mohammed Mainur Rahman (Shuvo) is a former BUET student from batch ’92. He is the son of former BUET EEE professor and Dept head Dr. Muzibur Rahman.  Shuvo suffers from a rare disease known as Moya Moya, where blood flow to the brain gradually diminishes due to the thickening of the artery walls leading up to the brain. Read More

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Hriddho COVID-19 Fundraiser

Amidst the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, people in Bangladesh are suffering not only health wise but also financially. For those who are reliant on their daily incomes, they find it very difficult to make ends meet. As the infection rate is increasing day by day, lockdown situations due to COVID-19 may continue for an indefinite time in Bangladesh. In this unprecedented time, Hridhho, a prospective non-profit organization by the BUET alumni of 2005 batch, is trying to help the people in need of our society. Read More


During this lockdown due to this COVID19, disabled people are the worst sufferers. Even though emergency relief making some needy people's life a little bit easier but imagine, how could a blind or wheelchair user or a disabled person Read More

Help Late Liakat Ali Family

Md. Liakat Ali was working as a cashier in Al Arafah Islami Bank at Chuknagar Branch in Khulna. He was the youngest kids among the seven siblings. He lost both his parents at an early age and grew up at his brother's and sister's houses with lot of hardships. He worked at different Bangladeshi organization for last twenty years. He always worked at the frontline with very low pay and lived with other people. He went through financial hardship throughout his entire life. He got his last job in the bank three years ago and he was indebted with loans from different people to support his family. He needed to travel 4 hours everyday to stay with his family and maintain his work at the bank. He did not have the financial luxury to stay nearby the bank. Read More

Dola Foundation

“​Dola Foundation​” is a registered non profit organization in Bangladesh. We are trying to help impoverished people in the society through some projects. Currently, Under “Dola Foundation” two projects are running at Jhenaidah and Magura district of Bangladesh. These are listed below. 1. Kids School at Magura 2. Underprivileged Youth STEM School at Jhenaidah Read More

Help Mukul’s Family

Md. Ruhul Amin Biswas, Nickname is Mukul around 40 years old used to live in Los Angeles who had been suffering chronic disease since the beginning of 2013. Initially, he had a brain tumor which later turned into Glioblastoma cancer ( very dangerous cancer and start with stage 4). He went thru surgery three times at UCLA medical center and finally tumor being removed successfully. Read More


Save-a-family" is a project to identify a really needy/broken family and provide a suitable means so that they can work independently or earn to live rather than beg or do illegal activities for their basic needs, food, and shelter. Read More

Mamun Family Support

With heavy hearts, we announce that our friend architect from BUET batch88, Mukhlesur Rahman Mamun (HSC: Batch 1988, from Dhaka College) has passed away on 25 January 2019 suddenly suffering from a fatal brain stroke. Read More

Batch91 Badrul Family Support

Badrul Amin, BUET_91 batch, HSC 1984, ME, Titumir Hall, has passed away about 3 months back. He has left his wife and two daughters with almost ZERO savings and no shelter [house] for them. Read More

Project 1971

Ankur International has came up with a much needed project "Project 1971" to assist economically challenged Freedom fighters of Bangladesh Independence War of 1971. Read More

Project Hatiyar Chor

You may have heard that Char area of Bangladesh are much sufferer than the main land. We will tell you a story about Hatiya Char (Island). Read More

Hope for the Destitute Women and Children (HDWC)

Hope for the Destitute Women and Children (HDWC) is a small nonprofit non-government organization, providing temporary safe care and services for abandoned pregnant women and children. Read More

Hope Autism Center

Hope Autism Center is a center for improving the lives of individuals with autism, based in Dhaka Bangladesh. Read More


Nilimaye mission began early 2014 with the motto that every kid who is naturally deprived of the very basic privileges of life deserves at least the bare minimum support from the people who are blessed with the bounties in daily life. Read More