Muscat HFF rising in Old-age Home – Olavina Halli

by Sharon Alva – Working President, Mangaluru Area, HFF

Muscat Humanity First Foundation rising in Old-age Home – Olavina Halli

“Service is the rent we pay for our life earned on this Earth” – ‘Being Human first … for Humanity’ is the tagline of HFF Muscateers that has inspired for their 1st independent humanity project initiated in Mangalore at Olavina Halli in the vicinity of Talapady, in April 2016. In a nutshell, at Olavina Halli, the nuns foster and care the senior citizens at their Rehabilitation and Community Development Centre, by housing approximately 150 destitute who are old, sick and abandoned.

Mangaluru: Humanity First Foundation(HFF) Muscat team through the generosity of good Samaritans endeavored and accomplished a project worth Rs.2.50 lakhs by providing the nitty-gritties and sumptuous tasty lunch at the Olavina Halli Old Age Home. Few hours were well spent with the seniors bringing the smile of contentment on their face. Surely, the blessings flowed down from heaven above… thus proved that a part of rent was paid through this service!!

HFF Sharon Alva the Working President for Mangaluru area residing in Muscat, with his team from Muscat and in Mangalore, initiated and consummated the project at ground Zero. The entire day’s program was executed meticulously by him along with his team. Kevin Misquith (now Hffian) a popular singing sensation of the Mangalorean Konkani Community enthralled everyone gathered at the venue, through his upbeat performance. From the Project start up to finish, HFF Sharon Alva was aptly supported by Muscateers HFF Mariette Fernandes – President Mangaluru Area and the Team Leader (Muscat) HFF Jacintha Machado, also joined them was HFF Adolf D’souza. Generous Donors mostly belonging to HFF army comprising approximately 50 members, made it possible to achieve the success at ease.

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Project: Olavina Halli – Old Age Home

In-charge: Superior Rev. Sr. Ann Rose

Address: Olavina Halli – Rehabilitation and Community Development Centre
Kinya Post,
Mangalore – 575 023
Tel: 0824-2280506

Donation and Contribution: Worth Rs. 2.50 lakhs

a) 2 Deep Freezers

b) Medicines

c) Linen, toiletries and related accessories

d) Lunch

The Donors: HFF Muscat team and their friends in Humanity

Team at ground Zero:

Team lead by: HFF(Muscat) Sharon Alva – Working President, Mangaluru Area

Event Anchor: HFF(Muscat) Prenita S.

Entertainment: HFF Kevin Misquith

Support Team: HFF Rajesh Misquith, HFF Clarence Pinto, HFF Prem, HFF(Muscat) Shawn S , HFF Niranjan S.

HFF Sharon presented a memento to the superior Rev Sr. Ann Rose on behalf of HFF. With a band of 11 nuns auxiliary, elated Sr. Ann Rose with the expression of service by HFF team, expressed “As Christ has sacrificed his life for others, these brothers and sisters and the entire HFF group has sacrificed their time to bring a smile on our faces through their entertainment and generosity”. A true contentment was caressed as we saw the smile on the faces of the abandoned, mentally / physically disabled, sick and the needy. HFF Muscateers, shy not to concede that this inspiration flows from their Founder HFF Naved Shaikh who breathes only humanity and service. The team In-charge and Co-ordinators from the homeland (India) are HFF Hemant Makhwana-National President and HFF Dhanalaxmi Balaga-Maharashtra President, extending their unreserved support and guidance to the HFF outfit of Muscat.

What is HFF???

HFF popularly known and easily remembered, in its elaborated form is Humanity First Foundation, an NGO licensed and registered under Indian Government in Feb 2012 involving in social projects and also to voice the human rights of the less privileged and weaker sectors. The HFF Member is empowered all over the country to fight for the human rights for bettering the system in the country (India) and the living status of its citizens. The vision of the institution is “To teach the youth nationwide about Human Rights and promoting social welfare thus helping them to become valuable advocates for the promotion of Tolerance and Peace.

This country spread organization was primarily established in Jan 2011 by a young noble Indian Sri Naved Shaikh as one man army. The inception of HFF was initiated instantly when Sri Naved Shaikh encountered a helpless and a hopeless situation of an Indian 10yrs old child suffering from hunger trying to satisfy from a smelly dirty garbage bin at the roadside and the story is truly a heartbreaking one.

Since then, the Founder and the National President HFF Naved Shaikh had no turning back, who built his army countrywide with a force of 30,000+ members today, making noise at every corner of the country with one and only dream ‘EMPOWERING PEOPLE’, thereby accomplishing several novel and enormous size projects. The outfit ‘HFF’ is thriving in the country through sincere humanitarian services involving the people from all sectors, communities, castes and status. ‘Indian / Hindustani’ is the religion of HFF. The journey from 2011 have seen many phases of services towards humanity and for its rights through various projects such as Project Ahaar, Pj Child Support, Pj Udaan, Pj Know your rights, Pj Umeed, Pj Women Empowerment, Pj Helpage, to name a few. The current ongoing social project is PROJECT SHIKSHA, primarily to fight against the illegal donations and corrupt education system, executed through Save India Human chain campaign at Mumbai on 24th April, which will be a great turnaround as thousands of human join arms against the system. To know more about HFF organization and the services please visit HFF url: or for updates / details connect on facebook page:

HFF is now global spreading its wings in the middle-east. The good Samaritans of Indian expat communities have come together forming a team to support the NGO HFF, for endeavoring its projects and social service activities progressed in the home country exclusively. The existence of HFF is currently in Muscat, Dubai and Kuwait. However, few Indian expats from Abu Dhabi and Qatar have also joined the group directly.


In the recent past, HFF Muscat team comprising of Indian activists and leaders from different walks of life and communities generously supported the noble cause of ‘Blanket Drive’ distributing to the homeless sleeping on the streets on the cold winter nights, help offered to the ailing child’s treatment, feeding the hungry on the streets under Proj Aahaar, “Adopt A child” to educate children under ongoing ‘Project Shiksha’. All the projects executed under the banner of HFF are approved by HFF Head Office, upon scrutiny covering the legalities, intricacies and requirement.

HFF Muscateers also felt, being the volunteers of humanity, it’s the duty to support the social cause of residing country. In that direction the Muscat team has projected Blood Donation Camp to be held on 14th May 2016 in co-ordination with Ministry of Health, Muscat. The objective ‘Give Thanks for Life, Give Life to Live’ should be achieved through every drop of blood donated as a humanity act.

HFF Muscateers say… “we are proud to be a part of HFF Army” and therefore invite the human hearts to beat at the voice of the needy, society and humanity, as a HFFian. No reservations, every Indian is invited. JOIN HFF.

For Registrations Contact:

HFF Mariete Fernandes : or

HFF Sharon Alva on gsm:95501302 /

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