Vyjayanti Arogya Nidhi Emergency Fund was set up under Doctors For Seva to provide financial assistance to patients living below the poverty line, suffering from major life-threatening diseases, and unable to receive medical treatment at any of the government hospitals, specialty hospitals, or institutes.
Many people are in desperate need of financial aid to afford their medical expenses. Please join hands with us to help the needy.
Note: Contributions to Youth for Seva are eligible for tax exemption under Section 80G vide.
No. DIT(E)BLR/80G/210/AAATY3178K/ITO(E)-2/VOL 2013-14 dated 10-09-2013. Receipts will be provided for all donations.
Cheques and Demand Draft
Donations by way of crossed cheque or DD can be made favoring "Youth for Seva" and posted to any of our offices mentioned below with the following details:
Youth for Seva
'Jnanagiri', # 75/76
4th Cross, 2nd Main
Phone: +91-72599 58595
Plot No: 949/5407, Groudn Floor Sidheswar Nagar,
Jagamara Post: Khandagiri Pin: 751030 Bhubaneswar,
Phone number: 9937083542
Previously supported cases
Help for the Treatment of Mast.Tejas
7-year-old Mast.Tejas, who survived a rare genetic disorder affecting the liver – Wilson's Disease, has now contracted dengue. He is currently admitted to Aster Hospital Bengaluru with an estimated treatment cost of INR 25,000. This little boy needs our immediate support.
At the age of 7, Tejas has already been through so much. Your donation can help with his recovery.
Background: Tejas comes from an underprivileged family, his father Mr Ashok – an auto driver originally from Tumkur, is the only breadwinner. In 2018, Tejas’s family reached out to our volunteers asking for support. Tejas was diagnosed with Wilson's Disease and could only be saved with a liver transplant. Since then, Youth for Seva has been financially aiding Tejas’s treatment through Arogya Nidhi. Our volunteers Late Vijayanthi and Bharath Bhat routinely visited the child to make sure he was safely recovering and helped the family with the medicines he needed. Tejas has a little sister who also suffered from liver issues but post-biopsy, the doctor has asked the family to keep her on medication and she could hopefully recover without requiring an operation.
Harish, a 33-year-old driver, is suffering from renal failure. From February 2017, he is undergoing dialysis. His mother is a street vendor, and she is supporting his medical expenses. Harish recently underwent renal transplant. As his 60-year-old mother has donated her kidney, she has to take rest for 6 months, and he has to take rest for 1 year. So, both are not in a position to take up any job, but his medical expenses are unbearable for them. Urgently, he needs Rs.1 Lakh to take care of his medicines.