Sewa Nyaya Utthan Foundation

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Support to sincerely struggling aged Mother

Support to sincerely struggling aged Mother

Bala works hard as a househelp to support her three school- and college-going children. She lost her husband 7 years ago.
Pandemic was a disaster to her. We helped her with an immediate grant of Rs 10,000 to tide over her current crisis.

Respect for Bala Devi for her sincere and hard work in getting her children educated despite death of her husband and ensuing hardships.
Hope our help takes at least some burden off for now.

Support to helpless family of deceased Sadhu | Meerut

Support to helpless family of deceased Sadhu | Meerut

An elderly man, who ran a shop outside a temple in Meerut, was mocked & beaten up. He later died. Lots of organizations had protested then & even demanded 25 lakh Rs as compensation. Lots of outrage on social media but family got no support.

Then Swati Goel Sharma met the family. Wife of the sadhu, Kanti Prasad, was inconsolable.
We can’t bring back the dead, but can help the aggrieved family. Through Sewa Nyaya Utthan, she transferred an initial help of Rs 25000 right away.

Acid attack victim Narendra thanks for support | Riot Rehab

Acid attack victim Narendra thanks for support | Riot Rehab

Narendra, who sells momos on a cart, suffered and survived an acid attack during Delhi riots. Couldn’t go to work for days afterwards. Our team reached him, provided support fund, and assured all support.

He thanked Swati Goel Sharma and Sanjeev Newar for supporting his rehab efforts.
Victim of riots, a poor migrant from SC family in Alwar, thanks for support

Victim of riots, a poor migrant from SC family in Alwar, thanks for support

He is Somdutt, a migrant worker from Alwar, Rajasthan working in Delhi. When riots broke out, he was caught by mob and attacked mercilessly with multiple stab wounds, while he was on way to work.

Sewa Nyaya Utthan gave support fund for his rehab, took case to authorities for compensation, assured all support, and stayed in contact with his brother who had come from village in Alwar and stayed with him, as Somdutt took weeks of continued bedrest to recover enough to travel back to native village in Alwar.

Packed food distribution to needy during pandemic lockdown

Packed food distribution to needy during pandemic lockdown