Emmanuel Hospital Association (EHA) is a fellowship of Christian institutions offering consistent, compassionate care to vulnerable communities across India through the provision of health care, education, and development programs.

20 hospitals and 42 community health projects serve people in 12 North and North Eastern states of India. The work is primarily in rural areas among poor and marginalized people, many of whom are Dalits.

EHA’s Vision: Transformed and thriving individuals and communities across India.

EHA’s Mission: To relieve suffering, promote holistic health, aid community development, and foster education among India’s poor and marginalized.


Thank you for supporting EHA! Our goal is to raise resources to support EHA’s efforts to serve the poor in the name of Christ in North India. Please feel free to contact us with any questions regarding funding the ministry. We welcome your interest and participation.

PLEASE NOTE: All donations are subject to a processing fee of 3%. As well, all donations given through the CanadaHelps website are subject to an additional 3.5% processing fee. There is no cost for giving by e-transfer.

How to give:

    • Give Online
    • Give through e-transfer (ehacanada @ gmail.com)
    • Give by Direct Deposit
    • Shares and Securities
    • Give by Mail:

EHA Canada
8-115 Meadows Blvd.;
Saskatoon, SK  S7V 0E6

EHA Canada is a recognized Canadian charity (897837829RR0001).
Our books are externally audited annually.
All contributions are tax deductible.

Contact Us: alninan @ ehacanada.org

Learn about (and donate toward) EHA’s involvement in the response to Covid-19:



Seema’s husband died of an immunodeficiency syndrome. After he passed, fifty-year-old Seema tested positive for HIV and has been on Antiretroviral therapy for thirteen years. Seema was always busy taking care of three small children and did not have the time to mourn her husband’s death.  Seema is no stranger to hard work – she …

Jubin Varghese shares about Anugrah at the 13th Annual Shiloh Medical Missions Conference

Children with disabilities have very few facilities in India. A hospital staff worker, Mr. Robert Kumar whose son had cerebral palsy, started the project in 2002. Anugrah provides physical and occupational therapy, as well as special education. More recently learning centres have been developed in villages for easier access. EHA Canada funds the Learning Centre …