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Udayan Care

Sector: Children
Sub Sector: Comprehensive
Tax Deduction: 50% u/s 80G of The Income Tax Act, 1961
FCRA:

UN Sustainable Development Goals:
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% Spent on Beneficiaries

91%
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Year of Establishment : 1994
Registered Address : A - 43, Chittaranjan Park, New Delhi 110019, Delhi
Presence : Bihar, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal
Website : https://www.udayancare.org
Email : info@udayancare.org
Telephone : +91 11 46548105
Donor Contact : Ms. Nida Shaukat / 9520827522 / fundraising@udayancare.org
Registered Under : The Societies Registration Act, 1860
Auditor : S.P Chopra & Co.
Bankers : State Bank of India, Axis Bank, ICICI Bank, IDBI Bank, Bank of India
Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee: : Dr. Kiran Modi - Founder & Managing Trustee, Dr. S. K. Sarin - Founder Trustee, Mr. Deepak Sharma, Ms. Meera Sawhny, Ms. Pooja Mehra, Ms. Rukmini Haldea , Mr. Sanjay Gupta

Udayan Care enables nurturing homes for vulnerable children and family strengthening programs; empowers girls to aspire for and pursue higher education and gain employability; offers communities and youth digital and vocational training to become self-reliant. Through research, training, conferences, and advocacy, the NGO influences policies and practices on ‘Alternative Care’ locally and globally with a focus on the South Asian region.

Major Interventions:

Udayan Shalini Fellowship: The name is derived from conjoining two Sanskrit words “Udayan” and “Shalini” meaning eternal sunrise and a dignified woman respectively. The NGO ensures that no girl with the drive to learn is denied her dream, due to lack of support, and has inducted girls over different disciplines, vocations, prestigious jobs, corporates, schools, colleges, and in Udayan, the rest of the girls are called Shalinis (Dignified Women), they are pursuing fields like Engineering, Medical, Chartered Accountancy, Company Secretary, Law, Software & Telecom, Nursing, and Computer Science, among others. The USF programme has 5 key objectives:

To provide financial support to deserving but needy girl students for education

To provide individual attention, counselling and grooming through personalised mentoring

To provide opportunities through life Skill trainings & personality development workshops

To develop ‘employability skills’ with trainings on career options

To develop social sensitivity and a sense of responsibility

Udayan Ghar Programme: It literally means, ‘Sunshine Homes’ is a unique group-home model founded on the core concept of ‘L.I.F.E.’, an acronym for ‘Living in Family Environment’. It focuses on the holistic development of each child, ensuring they grow up with love, care, and individual attention. The purpose of these Ghars is to nurture Out-of-Home Care (O.H.C.) children including parentless, abandoned or abused children in need of protection. Children between the ages of 6 to 18 years are supported by providing good education, nutritious food, excellent physical and mental health and plenty of growth opportunities. A committed team of caregivers work together to provide the love, protection and guidance that children need to flower.

Once a child reaches the age of 18, they are considered to be adults as per the Juvenile Justice Act and have to leave the care homes. The Aftercare Programme bridges the gap for young adults of the ages 18 to 21 who are leaving their Udayan Ghars, by providing continued rehabilitative services and accommodation options in community, group or scattered housing thereby supporting in the form of continued education, training, counselling, mentoring.

Skill Development: The Udayan Care Information Technology Programme operates with the goal of bringing technology closer to underserved communities and using it as a tool to improve their opportunities of livelihood. Udayan Care introduces and elevates the levels of computer literacy among youth, helping them keep up with the newly digitised world. The programme provides the youth, children and women from economically weaker sections access to IT skills. Courses ranging from stitching, beauty therapy, enamelled products, pottery and papercraft to computer-aided pattern making and graphic designing, designed to empower underserved women are provided in various skill centres.

Udayan Care’s advocacy efforts focuses to create a social impact on child protection and alternative care, basic rights and equality to women, quality education and a decent livelihood.

FY 2021 (₹) FY 2022 (₹) FY 2023 (₹)
Income
Government Sources - - -
Foreign Sources - - -
Institutional Sources 200,689,754 209,406,582 258,846,970
General Donations 13,028,965 8,681,257 22,365,961
Sales/Fees - 2,263,896 3,688,746
Interest/Dividend 13,782,765 12,915,022 12,546,767
Other Income 2,054,795 906,864 1,094,768
Total Income (A) 229,556,279 234,173,621 298,543,212
 
Expenditure
Direct Program Activities 162,666,122 209,086,632 125,266,076
Program Staff Cost - - 104,482,079
Travel Expenses - 144,339 12,428,833
Direct Program Expenses 162,666,122 209,086,632 229,748,155
Fund Raising Expenses - 2,807,324 -
General Staff Cost - 8,401,409 4,443,522
Overhead Expenses 11,525,646 772,492 4,972,313
Depreciation 12,887,428 13,395,804 14,565,934
Other Expenses/Transfers - - -
Total Expenditure (B) 187,079,196 234,608,000 266,158,757
 
Surplus / Deficit (A-B) 42,477,083 -434,379 32,384,455
Assets
Fixed Assets 261,137,450 275,904,916 270,653,812
Current Assets 270,457,039 7,247,962 8,946,105
Cash And Bank - 6,592,879 10,354,378
Total Current Assets 531,594,489 289,745,757 289,954,295
Investments - 251,518,128 278,110,367
Accumulated Deficits - - -
Total Assets 531,594,489 541,263,885 568,064,662
 
Liabilities
Trust Corpus 1,000 144,645,794 151,441,394
General Funds 263,082,075 292,564,655 305,162,446
Earmarked Funds 137,665,572 93,949,660 2,873,746
Unutilized Grants 130,845,842 5,025,109 104,066,977
Total 531,594,489 536,185,218 563,544,563
Loans - - -
Loans (From Members) - - -
Current Liabilities - 5,078,667 4,520,099
Other Liabilities - - -
Total Liabilities 531,594,489 541,263,885 568,064,662
1) Sales/Service Charges includes collection from different centres operated by the NGO.
2) Miscellaneous Income & Interest on Tax refund included under Other Income.
3) No detailed breakdown has been provided for overall amounts spent between DPA & PSC.
4) Bad debts & Miscellaneous Expenses are taken under Other Expenses.
FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023
Beneficiary Details
Direct Beneficiaries (nos.) - - 3,320
Indirect Beneficiaries (nos.) - - 8,532
Average Cost per Direct Beneficiary (₹) - - -
Staff Details
No. of Staff - 273 254
Number of Consultants - 68 51
Number Of Volunteers - 156 352
Total - 497 657
Highest Paid Full-Time Staff (₹ p.a.) - 3,000,000 3,200,000
Lowest Paid Full-Time Staff (₹ p.a.) - 126,000 175,000
Services Funds Raised (₹)
Donation2 25,000
Total Funds Raised 25,000
NGO Name Sector Sub Sector Location % Spent on Beneficiaries Income (₹) Expense (₹)
Grace Peter Charitable Trust Children Services Tamil Nadu 94 647,790 659,846
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Udayan Care Children Comprehensive Delhi 91 298,543,212 266,158,757
Vathsalya Charitable Trust Children Child Care/Balwadi/Creche Karnataka 82 11,534,617 12,747,852
Foundation for Initiatives in Development and Education for All (IDEA) Children Services Maharashtra 81 13,922,673 13,168,119
Annamitra Foundation (Formerly known as ISKCON Food Relief Foundation) Children Nutrition Maharashtra 73 447,797,532 462,334,334
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Family Service Centre Children Adoption Maharashtra 67 8,855,533 7,095,463
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