In early 2006, the need to register a Public Charitable Trust grew as the spontaneous endeavour had gathered so much momentum. With two social workers, Robert Dias and Sanjay Barrot, Nitin formed and registered a Public Charitable Trust named Learning Space Foundation (LSF) in Ganeshpuri in July 2006. After the demise of Mr. Robert Dias, Co-Trustee, in 2008, Mr. Jamshed Banaji, a renowned architect in Mumbai, was approached to enter the Trust as a Co-Trustee. Mr. Banaji appreciated the work being done at Learning Space and joined the Trust.
By then, LSF had penetrated Zilla Parishad schools establishing the need for creative and interactive methods of English learning among primary school children. Soon after, word started to spread about the change LSF was trying to foster and schools from neighbouring villages of Bhiwandi Taluka invited LSF teachers to help with the English Language subject component and this marked the transmission of Learning Space into the wider community.
By 2010-11, the movement embraced a formal structure with written proposals and Teacher Training programs, LSF moved from a supplementary to a large format mainstream support program.
At the end of 2011, the creator of an English learning project 'Eteach English', Mr. Astad Parakh, a prominent Rotarian from Mumbai, approached Nitin Orayan with the idea of using the electronic medium in the form of pre-recorded DVDs, with entertaining animated English learning content, in village schools associated with LSF.
English education in primary schools was the primary program at LSF since its inception. As a consequence, Eteach grew in size and scale each year, multiplying across countless schools & their comprising students.
Moreover, in 2013-14, LSF identified a need to improve learning for village preschool children between the ages of 3-6 years in Anganwadis near and around the LSF center. This initiative began informally with 10 Anganwadis and was titled the Early Learners Development Programme (ELDP). Over the last 4 years, it has developed a formidable structure with outcomes established for preschool learners. Prior to the conception of the program, much deliberation and research was done at LSF to refurbish and rejuvenate the Anganwadi buildings. This was to offer the village children a constructive and student friendly school building that promotes learning and development. Alongside the infrastructure, the overall development in the teaching methodology at Anganwadis has been the prime focus of ELDP.
Over time, LSF has established a strong foundation and effective networking with government schools & communities of the Thane and Palghar district. This has fostered the growth of many infrastructure and student empowerment projects in addition to the primary movement.