Being Human has been associated with Akshara since June 2012. The Akshara school, Mumbai, is a not-for-profit school. The school’s motto is to focus on social inclusion for educational and economic growth and to level inequalities ingrained due to gender, caste, economic and religious discrimination. To make education affordable and accessible, the fee structure at the school has been kept to a basic minimum.

Being Human – The Salman Khan Foundation supports the school by funding the education of over 200 children.

Being Human has been associated with Aseema since June 2011. Aseema is a Mumbai based not-for-profit organization that provides holistic and relevant education to Mumbai’s most neglected children – children living on the streets, or in slums and in inhuman conditions. In partnership with the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM), they have taken on three municipal schools where children receive high quality education.

Being Human – The Salman Khan Foundation supports the secondary sections of two of their schools in Mumbai (that’s over 300 children in all).

In February 2013, Being Human together with Coca Cola and NIIT Foundation, helped build Career Development Centers in non-urban areas which aimed to provide training to the local, educated and underserved youth and through that training, enhance their employability. The training courses were designed to meet the entry level job requirements of the organized sector.

In August 2014, Being Human - The Salman Khan Foundation started and educational resource centre in a village called Waje, in the Raigad district, and Chirvali, in the Bhind district of Madhya Pradesh, to provide basic teaching aids and tools in arithmetic, English, Marathi health awareness and social themes to children from local community, from grades one to four, to enhance their English language skills. Improved English language skills, in turn, give them access to better learning tools which are otherwise available mostly to urban students. In the academic year 2016-2017 , 210 children from the local community have benefited from this centre.

MPSM is a voluntary organization engaging in educational and developmental action for the upliftment of tribal and farming communities in Maharashtra since the last fifty years. Being Human supports MPSM’s arithmetic project which would provide skills in basic mathematics to four thousand children from these tribal communities between the age of five and twelve years living in hilly and remote areas of rural Maharashtra, who attend one of the 200 Learning Centers that use the educational supports of MPSM’s educational wing, in the districts of Nashik, Thane, Raigad, Dhule and Nandurbar.

Computer program
Being Human foundation supports the computer program at Maharashtra Prabodhan Seva Mandal, Nashik. In the campus there is hostel built for young tribal students who are either students in the neighboring colleges or are preparing for public competitive exams. Per batch around 180 students are part of this program, all belonging to the scheduled Tribe communities in villages spread over 6 talukas of Palghar, Nandurbar, Dhule, and Nashik districts the tribal students who have no access to information technology and other supports for learning are helped at this facility.

In January 2014, Being Human announced the Veer initiative together with The American India Foundation, Thums Up and CNN-IBN to bring the differently abled into the mainstream so the focus is on their abilities and not their disabilities. The initial target for this initiative is to train and help over 1000 people with disabilities gain employment.

As of March 2016, 2745 individuals have been trained and 1553 of these individuals have been provided employment.

Being Human has supported TIFLI International Festival of Theatre for Children and Young Audiences in 2016, Which hosted by ASSITEJ India in association with Akshara Foundation of Arts and Learning. Featuring 6 plays from France, Mexico and India, with total 17 shows and 9 workshops, this festival was witnessed by nearly 4000 children from NGOs and schools, teachers, volunteers and their families. The plays enthralled the children along with their accompanying adults. A first of its kind in Mumbai, TIFLI saw participation from 22 NGOs and 15 schools.