Your small contribution will support us to feed family members & caregivers of underprivileged patients in the hospital.
We all wish we could do more to support underprivileged serious patients facing challenges and their caregivers, beyond our prayers.
Sometimes, the family members of serious patients do not have time to look after themselves, not even have the time to have food, which is the basic necessity as they are always around taking care of their close ones.
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.
At present we are sending food twice a week to the patients outside AIIMS and Safdarjung Hospital. With support of our volunteers and friends, we hope we shall be able to send food every day to these needy people.
You can also join our team during food distribution drive.
Financial Assistance Details:
For Online Bank Transfers: RTGS/NEFT Details
- Bank name: HDFC Bank
- Branch: Adchini, New Delhi 110017
- Account name: UDAY FOUNDATION FOR CDRBG TRUST
- Type: Savings A/c No. 03361450000251
- IFSC Code HDFC0004397
Donate through Cheque
- Cheques can be made in favour of "UDAY FOUNDATION FOR CDRBG TRUST"
- Please send the same at Uday Foundation,113A/1, (Near Govardhan Resturant), Adhchini, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi 110017 Phone: 011-26561333/444
Donations to Uday Foundation are exempt from tax under section 80G of the Income Tax Act.
Please share the details after you have made the donation to [email protected], along with your complete address and PAN card no, enabling us to send 80G tax exemption receipt of the same.
Food Drive for Poor Patients and Caregivers (CSR Project)
CSR project as per activities specified in clause (1) of Schedule VII of the Companies Act, 2013 as notified by Ministry of Corporate Affairs vide its notification dated 27th February, 2014 ( In exercise of the power conferred by sub-section (1) of section 467 of the companies Act, 2013 ( 18 of 2013)
For any queries and details, please speak to Ms. Reena Sen at 09599635450 (best time to call is between 9:00 am to 6:00 pm) or please write to her at [email protected]
Story of Uday Foundation
Disturbed by son’s illness, Rahul Verma started Uday foundation in 2007
Rahul and Tulika Verma were hit with unfortunate news in 2006 — their son, Arjunuday, had been born with congenital defects and would probably require expensive medical treatment for his entire life. They could picture themselves spending most of their time in hospitals, either for consultations or surgeries.
A feeling of compassion for people suffering the same fate engulfed the couple, and they realised just how important it is for both parents and children, irrespective of background, to have access to quality healthcare.
Looking at the depression all around them, they decided to do something to honour their son, and that was how the Uday Foundation, for the healthcare of the disadvantaged sections of society, especially children, came about.
To a man with an empty stomach food is God.Mahatma Gandhi
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