Over 14 months since the pandemic first hit India, an ongoing surge is again devastating the lives and livelihoods of hundreds of millions of children and their families across the country. The global pandemic is affecting all of our families, our work, our communities, and our way of life. However, the spirit of people in India to overcome this challenge, nonetheless, stands strong.

We, at Bal Utsav have come together to save the lives of those in the midst of battling this surge of Covid-19 and also for those who are putting the safety of their own lives on the line. Some of you reading this may be safe at home, but YOU have the power to help. Will You help us protect people from this surge of the coronavirus and its impact? We urge you to join us in our efforts to aid our fellow Indians. IF YOU CAN, PLEASE HELP TODAY.

Donate Now for Dayitva

We know that at the moment your greatest concern will be for your loved ones, but we do hope you are in a position to help those people who have so few resources of their own with which to mitigate the inevitable impact of the virus.

Unprecedented Impact

Our Covid-19 Surge Response (Starting April 2021)

As the Covid-19 Pandemic continues with its latest surge, Bal Utsav is drawing from substantial expertise and lessons learned from the various responses that we have undertaken since the year 2015 and are prepared and continue to respond. This moment reminds us that we are all connected like never before.

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Providing Life-Changing Kits

(Cooked Food/Stay at Home Edible Kits/ Stay at Home Hygiene Kits)

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Direct Fund Transfer

Paying Funds to Daily Wagers / Monetary Assistance


Covid Care Centres

Establishing and Operating Covid Care Centers / Supply of Critical Medicines and Oxygen / Facilitating Oxygen Concentrators

Help provide Life-changing Kits

We are committed to helping those in need, and we want to you do everything you can to help out.

Stay-At-Home Edible Kits

Rs 1200/-

Includes Wheat/Rice 5 Kgs, Toor Dal 1 Kg, Edible Oil 1 Lts, Sugar 1Kg, Tea Powder 250 Gms, Salt 1Kg, Sooji 1Kg, Biscuits, Chilli Powder 200 Gms, Turmeric Powder 100 Gms, Sambhar Powder 200 Gms

Stay-At-Home Hygiene Kits

Rs 1200/-

Includes Bath Soap, Tooth Paste, Tooth Brush, Comb, Detergent Soap, Dishwash Powder, Sanitary Pad, Face Masks, Hand Wash and Hand Sanitizer.

Dayitva – Bharat Covid Care Centres in Bengaluru

With the current demand for Hospital Beds in Bengaluru being over 5x of the current capacity, it is important that we quickly add to the growing requirement of beds, by uniting and supplementing the efforts of the Government and the Private Hospitals by adding Turn-Key Bharat Covid Care Centres.

A dedicated Bharat Covid Care Centre will have all the functionalities of a full fledged hospital (General Beds, High Dependency Units (HDUs), Intensive Care Unit (ICUs), Critical Care Unit (CCUs), ICU Ventilator and Virtual ICU (vICU)s.


Together, We can Help Lift the Burden

The global nature of this terrible pandemic is a humbling reminder of our common humanity and vulnerability. That is why we are determined we must continue to be there for the families and communities we work with over the weeks and months to come, when they may need us more than ever before. Thank you so much for anything you are able to give.

Run a Fundraising Campaign

Our supporters have done some amazing things to raise money for Bal Utsav online. And they’re thinking of new things to do every day, all made possible with our super-easy platform that gets you going in a few minutes. It gets it done in a simple and convenient way, enabling you to rally your family and friends to join you in your goal to support some really important interventions by Bal Utsav.

Covid-19 Community Reachouts in 2020 – Bengaluru

Dayitva Contributions


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