Ashraya Seva Trust
SECTOR: Elderly
SUB SECTOR: Home/Shelter
UN Sustainable Development Goal:
Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities
% Spent on beneficiaries
Financial Score:
Age: 16 Years
Tax Benefit: 50%
Foreign donations:
Location(s): Karnataka
Issues Addressed:
Safe and secure environment for the destitute and abandoned elderly; Social well-being with standardized healthcare services for the elderly; Better amenities for the destitute elderly
Supported by:
Aashwasan Foundation; Amadeus Software Labs India; Atharvi Charitable Trust; M. S. Ramaiah Medical College; XL India Business Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Key Trustees:
Rani K. T.
Sector Comparison:
Beneficiary Spend:
Average: 73.2% Highest: 98.4% Lowest: 40.0%
Average: Rs5 cr Highest: Rs80 cr Lowest: Rs2 lac
How much to donate
  • ₹2,500/- to sponsor 1 meal per beneficiary for 1 month OR
  • You can make a General Donation of ₹1,000/- or more
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Rehabilitation of Destitute Elderly
  • Crisis: People are so held up in their hectic schedules that they feel they have no time to cater to the needs of the elderly at their homes. The elderly are often deserted mercilessly and some even have no place to sleep! Ashraya Seva Trust was established with the objective to provide shelter, food, and healthcare to elderly women who are either abandoned or neglected by their families.
  • Programs: 1) Healthcare: The Trust conducts regular health check-ups, provides hospital admissions, treatment, free medical assistance and medicines, and conducts medical camps in rural areas. They organize health camps in association with local hospitals and private doctors. 2) Basic Amenities: Nutritious meals, shelter, clothing, and other basic necessities are provided. 3) Recreation: Bhajans, yoga, meditation classes, regular counseling, tours and picnics, cultural programs are organized.
  • Outcome: 1) Life expectancy of the beneficiaries has increased. 2) Overall improvement in their health and lifestyle. 3) The abandoned elderly women have a secure space to live in. 4) So far, over 1,000 women have been taken care of through active mental well-being workshops and 13,000 elderly women and children have received basic healthcare through the Trust's rural medical camps.
46 lac
36 lac
Source : Audit Report 2018