Healthy Aging India

    Tax Status: 12A,  80G

Healthy Aging India

B-137,Upper Ground Floor, 
(UGF), Malviya Nagar, 
New Delhi, 
India -110017

Our Mission

We provide FREE medical support for helpless elderly and run intergenerational learning centres. The motto is support helpless elderly, promote active aging to “encourage, educate and empower”.

Work and Achievements

Healthy Aging India (HAI), a national non-profit organization, working for the better health care and quality life for the geriatric (60+) population of the country.

Our main aim is to preserve the dignity and autonomy in late life through health awareness, promotion and creating intergenerational solidarity. We believe in empowerment of this wise community by engaging them in meaningful activity. We are striving to create unique self sustaining model for elder generation so that they don’t need to ever depend upon others for their survival.

HAI is registered under Indian Societies Act, 1860 in December 2013, since then it is helping the healthcare to helpless elderly and running intergenerational learning centre for underprivileged children. We have helped more than 7,500 elderly in our health camps! More than 12,500 families benefited from health talks.

We are also proud to announce our new initiative “Intergenerational Learning Centre”. The center is 1st of its kind and will be based in Noida, and has been approved by Ministry of Culture. The educated senior citizens will teach the underprivileged talented school students, thereby adding to the meaningful engagement in their lives.


  • Support helpless elderly to provide medical care;
  • Run intergenerational Learning Centre;
  • Organise free health camps in the community;
  • Promote active aging;
  • Give awareness Talks in Schools.

Fund Utilisation Statement

The funds raised in the ADHM 2017 will be utilized to run comprehensive health care facility in 21 Old Age Home of Delhi/NCR and also to run intergenerational learning centre for underprivileged children. Vaccinate at least 10000 poor elderly every year against pneumonia.

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