Uday Foundation is one of India’s largest volunteers based non-governmental organization, with programs based on children healthcare, health rights advocacy and carrying out activities for children in hospitals such as storytelling programs, stories on wheels, festival celebrations in the hospitals and many more day today activities. Our team is dedicated to bring hope and happiness to sick children through help, counseling and philanthropic support.
Uday Foundation works with individual donors, charitable foundations and corporations to provide medically needed healthcare to the children of underprivileged families who could not otherwise afford to pay for their medical treatment.
Uday Foundation has started a free food van, where we serve free, but wholesome, food to families of underprivileged patients in ICUs of the Govt. Hospital also for the children who come from a far to the Delhi hospitals for often longer treatments. Learn More
Uday Foundation’s health centre provides free OPD consultation, free medicines, basic investigations on reproductive and child health, immunization programme and referral services to the government and 42 major private hospitals that provide free treatment for poor patients. Learn More
Uday Foundation, have stood up, cried foul, resisted the action and filed a Public Interest Litigation in the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi to removed all junk food from School canteens, replaced it with healthy food. Learn More
During the recent hearing, the Union Government informed the Delhi High Court that FSSAI has started the work for framing guidelines to make available quality and safe foods at schools across the country. Learn More
- Uday Foundation Impact | Soon Guidelines for Making Available Quality & Safe Food in 8 Lacs Schools for 12 Crore Children
- Free Food Van for Families of Serious Patients in Hospitals
- Uday Foundation | Most Popular NGO in India
- Petition in Delhi High Court to Ban Junk Food and Carbonated Drinks in Schools
- Activates related to Children, Healthcare and Child Rights