Udayan Care enables nurturing homes for vulnerable children; empowers girls to aspire for and pursue higher education and gain employability; offers communities digital and vocational training to become self-reliant.
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 works to empower vulnerable children, women, and youth, in 23cities across 13states of India.
Starting with the establishment of just one small group home (Ghar) for OHC: Out-of-Home-Care children in Delhi in 1996, Udayan Care has spread its work for more disadvantaged groups by establishing more group homes, spreading girls’ higher education, providing vocational training and livelihood programmes, and advocating for better standards in institutional care, etc. In 25years, we have directly impacted the lives of about 24,000 children, women, and youth as beneficiaries as well as thousands as indirect beneficiaries through our training programmes and through our advocacy efforts. This was made possible only through the support of like-minded people, donors, and partners, who believed in our work and mission.
Fund Utilisation Statement
Towards education, vocational training and upkeep for orphaned , abandoned, at risk, destitute, children, and youth, from underserved sections of society