Who We Are

Little Uday, who was born with multiple birth defects inspire his parents to start Uday Foundation. Learn More

Help Us

Different types of contributions and in-kind support you can make. Learn More

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Summer of Share and Care

According to the Meteorological Department’s prediction, summer weather, this year, would be higher than normal. Let’s make the summer a bit more bearable for people who are homeless. Donate summer clothes, packed water and dry ration.

Watch Uday Foundation during emergencies and humanitarian action.

Kashmir Floods

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.

Muzaffarnagar Camps

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.

Uttarakhand Floods

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.

You can help us by making a small monetary contribution or with in-kind help of used or new goods.

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