In 2012 to early 2013,I had an opportunity as a visiting scholar doing research in JNU,during this period I had taken my son fulfilled a volunteer service in Udayan Care-----We went to two Udayan Care's kid's home in succession,therefore we met with such wonderful children and mentor parents.I found this charitable group is really set example for whole society.I rate this group as excellent work and highest Volunteer Spirits!
I hope I could visit udayan Care again and again! keep life long relationship!
I am a Chinese schalor,I had visited Udayan care in Christmas day 2007.I had met Dr. Kiran Modi and many other friends.I had a very happy day spent with lovely girls at your children's home. I was deeply touched by Udayan's spirits which is charity and devotion.I hope I would have a chance to meet you again in Udayan Care or I welcome you come to visit our country--China,so that we can learn from each other the experience on how to run a charity trust. My best regards give to Dr. Kiran Modi and all good friends and boys and girls in Udayan Care. May warm friendship between India and China last forever! Sincerely yours Ling Lan Tianjin University of Finance and Economics China
I am associated with Udayan Care since 2005 at Kurukshetra..First we began USF programme where 11 meritorious girls from poor socio-economic status were awarded Udayan Shalini Fellowship and within two years Udayan Care started its Ghar with 10 girls Abandoned /Orphaned). I feel blessed to play a constructive role in the lives of 167 Udayan Shalini Fellows (USFs) receiving education in Kurukshetra and around i.e. Ladwa, Shahbad and Ismilabad. In Udayan Ghar, we are parenting our girls..As a Professional I have used RTE for my girls and got them admitted in age-appropriate classes..They really excelled and made us feel proud of them. Within a span of three years most of them have completed the education of 5/6 years. They all receiving education in the best schools of Kurukshetra.It is great so see them developing so well. Udayan Shalini Fellows also play a very active role in their lives. I feel so fortunate to be associated with Udayan Care and be a member of U Care Family..We certainly have capability to give role models for our society. MAY GOD GUIDE US THROUGH OUT!
I have beeen involved with Udayan Care for the last five years. It was through award of Udayan Shalini Fellowship to 11 students at Kurukshetra University campus. For the last almost one year I have been involved with Udayan Ghar where 10 girls are being looked after. Its great opportunity where you witness life being transformed for better..I,Prof. Sushama Sharma, Professor of Education (Special Education), presently Dean, Faculty of Education and Chairperson, Department of Education at Kurukshetra University and work on honourary capacity as Mentor Mother and Convener.
My wife Ms. Saroj Kapoor and myself Professor(Dr) B.S.Kapoor have been associated with the teaching programme at the school and University level respectively.After our retirement we decided to join some Organization engaged in running the programme of upliftment of the underpriviledged children.This is how we came in contact with Udayan Care Organization running a programme,viz., Udayan Shalini Fellowship(USF)"---bringing the girl students into the main stream of the Society.The central theme of UC has been to make such children self confidant and standing up to face challenges in life. Both of us have been carrying out our duties as mentor-parents for the past ten years or so.What we have enjoyed the most is the total dedication of a team of committed people under the able guidance of individuals likes of Dr.Kiran modi, Dr.Vikram Dutt and others having a much broader vision ahead. The way UC/UFS has evolved during the years has been really amazing.We have seen girls, some of them belonging to first-generation school going ones,joining colleges. Some of them got admitted to the Medical/Engineering streams as well. Three years back, an attempt was made to extend the UFS Scheme to the college-going girls as well.The responsse was good and the results were very encouraging.Some of the fellows got selected for courses like MCA,M.Sc. biotechnology, B.Ed. etc. Unfortunately, this programme of financial assistance to the college-going girls students had to be withdrawn, perhaps, due to paucity of funds. Besides,through "Udyan Ghars"the Organization has been trying to provide a family-environment to the orphans and the underpriviledged children.A commendable efforts!Various events & social Programmes are organised as means to make the fellows aware of the social problems, and to have some fun as well. To sum up, what the Organization needs the most,besides the FUNDS of course, is the availability of dedicated and professional personnel to make the programme a more successful and meaningful too.
I HAVE BEEN OBSERVING THE UDAYAN CARE FOR QUITE SOMETIME, AND KNOW A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO ARE ASSOCIATED WITH IT, ON HONORARY BASIS, AND FOR THE CAUSE OF PHILANTHROPY. THERE IS A CONSENSUS AMONG ALL OF US THAT THE ASSOCIATION IS REALLY DOING A COMMENDABLE JOB, AND NEEDS FULL SUPPORT AND ENCOURAGEMENT. ITS EFFORTS HAVE YIELDED GOOD RESULTS, AND IT IS POSITIVELY INFLUENCING LIVES OF THOUSANDS OF DOWNTRODDENS. THE BEST PART OF THE ASSOCIATION IS THAT IT FOLLOWS THE NORMS OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY, AND HENCE ITS CREDIBILTY IS MANY LEVELS HIGHER THAN OTHER CSOs. I CONVEY MY BEST WISHES TO ITS MANAGEMENT AND VOLUNTEERS WORKING FOR UDAYAN CARE. ---YOGESH BAWEJA email@example.com
I came across this organisation and its prime mover while working with another charitable NGO. Udayan care has grown in size and stature.
Well to start with, let it be known that i have not worked with Udayan Care but being a journalist by training whose core area of interest is development issues and Environment, I have been silently monitoring painstaking efforts of quite a few non profits both in metropolis and small pockets of India that are doing remarkable job and spreading smiles. Udayan care happens to be just one of them. With their programmes like Udayan Shalini Fellowship(USF), they have been successfully integrating a good amount of girl students into the mainstream society. And its not just integrating them but also making them self dependent, thats where the challenge lies.The beauty of this non profit lies in the fact that they have been doing remarkable job without beating drums about it. The efforts to carry out meaningful change to the lives of less privileged have been done in the most effective and honest manner.There have these girls from USF who have gone to engineering colleges, got great jobs and taken care of girls in USF with their own hard earned money. Thats the cycle of success that Udayan care has set in society. My heartful good wishes for the non profit from both as a journalist and as a human being. Goodluck....Udayan Care...you have a long way to go....
Udayan Care is one of the few organizations working on the issue of Children and yet having a limited number of children being served (for the beginners). A closer look inside, unlike many organizations which flaunt their strength by the sheer number of beneficiaries like herds, Udayan Care stands apart. What sets it apart is its commitment and quality of care which is wholistic and integrative in approach and impact. The organization has always maintained a focused vision of providing FAMILY to the orphan and disadvantaged children. Distinguishably, it has stood true to its vision and purpose with its tenacity and best of endeavours. The first batches of Udayan Care children who joined the family in its early days, have graduated to the regular and independent lives. Some have got married. Many have got employed. Surprisingly, with reputed employers and organizations. The children not only study at "big" schools like DPS and Sanskriti schools but, it has set new precedents by sending its child(ren) to attain education and courses outside India too. Hats off to Udayan Care. Anything for the sweet children at Udayan Care :)
I was excited to teach painting to the girls who had interest in painting and drawing.Four of the girls learnt the art forms seriously.They would look forward for the next session and always welcome me with bright smile. I was amazed to see the way these children are taken care by their mentor mothers and staff. I always found them very well behaved and well mannered.'Udayan care'relly takes care... It was a memorable experience for me.
I have been closely involved with UdayanCare since its inception. Having worked in poverty alleviation and international development for over twenty years, I was and still am so pleased with UdayanCare for its noble vision of empowering abandoned children and giving them the care and nurturing they need until they are able to face life with confidence and optimisn. What impresses me most about UdayanCare is its transparency and integrity. Around the world, I have seen and worked with NGOs and other organizations that do good, but often a lot of donor funding is wasted and very little reaches the actual beneficiaries. In UdayanCare, every penny is diverted for the cause it stands for: welfare of its children and other helpless young girls and boys. I have watched its growth from a hardly-known small outfit to what it is today, spreading its wings all over Delhi and beyond. The homes under UdayanCare have thrived under the efficient and selfless leadership of Dr. Kiran Modi, who I have known since 1980. The team of dedicated and loving volunteers and kind and caring staff and hordes of well-wishers make it a unique organization, one of its kind. I can say with confidence that UdayanCare is one of the best organizations I have come across in my career which has spanned several continents and over seventy countries. The children at UdayanCare are a proof of what they have accomplished. If I had to select the best NGO/organization dedicated to a noble cause, I would undoubtedly select UdayanCare!!
Udayan Care welcomed me with warm and welcome arms eg. by showing me around, offering me a place to sleep and answering all my questions. After our meeting our contact has been very stable and informative. I am still very impressed with the values of the organisation and to see how happy the children were,
I am committed to be a life long supporter and benefactor to Udayan care. The calibre of care for the children, dedication of staff and volunteers at Udayan Care is exemplary. They are true to their mission statement in every which way.
I consider Udayan Care, a very transparent and accountable organization. It believes on what it does. The passion and spirit it shows in their work for child rights, it is amazing.
I am working with Udayan Care from last 2.5 years and I like their transparency, commitment and devotion for the cause
The 3 years that i have spent with Udayan Care have been extremely emotional and fulfilling for me. I have worked with several organisations before but the level of emotional commitment that i have seen here is incomparable. Although i am just an employee here, the affection and warmth that i have received not only from the children but also from the Mentor Mothers/ Fathers and my Managing Trustee, Dr. Kiran Modi, has made me feel a part of the Udayan family. Today I feel for them, i pray for their success and strive to give my best to them.
it is a great organisation and have spent almost a decade and a half of involvement with this organisation. Most importantly, this organisation has a 'soul' and all work with a passionate involvement. It is not just a job for anyone who comes in. Most of all, I have enjoyed and continue to enjoy the sense of joyous wonder in all - children, Fellows, volunteers, mentor and professional staff - when children scale new heights; forcing us to reeavaluate our own efforts at facilitating growth. And critically, not only is the organisation child rights centric; it is also doing a great job in involving civil society. Go for it!!!
We(Dr.Sajiv Adlakha & Seema Adlakha) are associated with UDAYAN CARE/(Mrs.Kiran Modi)since its inception as SPEECH THERAPIST & HEARING SPECIALIST for the NGO helping children to make them effective speakers and good communicators.We are highly impressed by the Whole team of U.C.Each and every individual in which ever field he/she is associated with the children is so much dedicated which no words can describe.We hope that God shower upon U.C. His choicest blessing so that Children of UDAYAN CARE make us proud.
A colleague (Dee Jethwa) and I (both of us based in the UK) recently spent time at Udayan. We visited the Ghars, talked at length to the children and young people, their care givers, their mentor parents, Udayan staff and senior management and those responsible for the organisation's governance. Dee and I have lengthy experience of working in social care in the UK and I have managed residential care for children and young people here. We were greatly impressed by what we observed, what we heard (especially from the children and young people) and by all of those responsible for the service. It was a privilege to spend time at Udayan.
In working with Udayan Care on a daily basis as from December 2004 I have come to admire the staff and the students of this organization. The quality is in the mix of commitment, persistence, discipline and mutual respect from both staff and children. while recapitulating the last 4 years, the elements that make me classify Udayan Care as a first class organization are: 1) The ability of the chair person to transfer her personal passionate commitment into repeatable business processes; 2) Udayan Care delivers stable, confident, intelligently curious, skillful personalities who grow on the consequences of their decisions, in spite of starting with children without any basis in health, safety, affiliation, esteem; 3) The ability to think scale without ever compromising full commitment to the little personalities; 4) The ability to understand and mitigate risk involved in sending developed children into the world out there. 5) Continuous pressure on exceeding achievements in delivering financially auditable figures - in India; 6) Relationship management resulting in retention of sponsors and other types of support; 7) Successfully fighting bureaucracy in a growing organization, in particular, in India, is an achievement; 8) Repeatability, quality, affordability, reliability; 9) The ability to let go if things do not work out well. I would recommend this organization to anyone, even my own children if needed.