To regenerate the Rhythm of life of the Disadvantaged.
Work and Achievements
“Udayan” is a Sanskrit word meaning “Eternal Sunshine”. We aim to bring sunshine into the lives of underserved sections of society that require intervention. Registered in 1994 as a Public Charitable Trust, Udayan Care’s initiatives are focused towards regenerating the rhythm of life of the disadvantaged. Through the power of mentorship, we nurture children, who are orphaned, abandoned and at risk, in the warmth of a simulated family environment called Udayan Ghars. After 18 years, they move to After Care and continue with higher education or vocational training to get into jobs. Furthermore, we enable girls from economically weaker sections living with their families, to receive higher education through our Udayan Shalini Fellowship Programme across 19 cities in India. We also empower under-served youth and adults to improve their employability skills at our IT and Skill Centres.
In 24 years, we have directly impacted over 21,000 children, women and youth in 25 locations Pan India. We advocate for child rights and youth. Volunteers come from diverse backgrounds across the Globe. This has been made possible only through the support of like-minded people, donors and partners who believed in Udayan Care’s work and mission.
Udayan Care has been accredited by GiveIndia, Credibility Alliance & Guide Star, ISO 9001:2008 for Credibility and Transparency. In 2015 we received the National Award for Child Welfare 2014-Honourable President of India. Very recently we got a “Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of United Nations since 2018.”
Fund Utilisation Statement
Towards education, and vocational training for orphaned , abandoned, at risk, destitute, children, and youth, all coming from underserved sections of society.