Free Food for Families of Patients in the Hospital
Your small contribution will support us to feed family members & caregivers of underprivileged patients in the hospital
Majority of the underprivileged patients admitted in Government hospitals are those who come from nearby states are often poor, in several cases family members decide to stay hungry to save money.
Uday Foundation serve free, but wholesome, food to families of underprivileged patients in the Govt. Hospital and also for the children who come from a far-off places to the Delhi hospitals for often longer treatments. Learn More
Children Ambulance Project in fond memory of Dr. Ved Prakash Duggal
Uday Foundation runs a small initiative of children ambulance, wherein we support emergency hospital transportation of sick children. Learn More
Does the death anniversary of your near and dear ones come and go and you wish to do something to remember them? Connecting to others will help you heal Learn More
When you make a monthly donation pledge, you can take comfort in knowing that your regular contributions are constantly working, day in and day out, saving lives. Learn More
Donate Old Clothes
Throughout the year, we collect all kinds of summer and winter clothes for children and adults at our Adhchini collection centre. Donate old clothes, feel blessed.Learn More
We believe, that mere providing basic health care is not enough, as every individual also deserves dignity so at Uday Foundation we ensure the same by providing them respect and human touch.
Healthcare always remains as top priority for Uday Foundation. We continue to address the health needs of underprivileged children and women through our dedicated health centre.
Stories on Wheels
Our Stories on Wheels daily visits various hospitals with storybooks, Toys and Gifts. volunteers can visit hospitals and narrate stories to the sick children and share gifts with them.
We have a dedicated reading room at our centre with hundreds of books. We also run regular storytelling session for our children.
We also conduct regular health camps for homeless and underprivileged who find it difficult to reach to the hospital.
The Uday foundation works for disaster relief and humanitarian aid, with primary response efforts focused on food, shelter, water, sanitation and emergency supplies to the victims.
Corporate Volunteer Programs
We regularly need volunteers. If you are a corporate, looking for ways for meaningful involvement of your employees in community service by contribution of time, talent, energy, skills and resources. Learn More
Every winter we run our share and care campaign, where we provide warm clothes, blankets, dry ration and dignity kits to the underprivileged people living in open on the streets. Learn More
Uday Foundation is committed to positively impacting the communities it serves by providing assistance to underprivileged children, children in hospitals, government schools, various other grass-root organizations and charities. Learn More
Watch Uday Foundation during emergencies and humanitarian action.
In 2014, Kashmir was hit by devastating floods that shook the entire nation. Uday Foundation was among few organizations to start emergency relief work with in few hours. We continue to work in remote areas of Jammu and Kashmir with the help of Armed Forces.
In 2013, India saw its worst riot. The clashes between two communities in Muzaffarnagar district, Uttar Pradesh left more than 50,000 displaced. Uday Foundation conducted medical camps with distribution of blankets, relief material and essential medicines.
In June 2013, Uttarakhand faced devastating floods, which was India’s worst natural disaster since a decade. Uday Foundation SOS response teams reached the remote flood affected areas with essential help. We still continue to work in Uttarakhand with various charity programs.
Helping The Homeless
Every year from the month of October till January we run our share and care campaign, providing winter cloths, woolens and blankets to underprivileged patients in Government hospitals, people living in open on streets and night shelters in Delhi NCR and major part of Northern India.