Operation Sahay Foundation (OSF) is a Section 8 NGO functioning from Bangalore. Our vision is to enable, empower and enlighten communities. We impart resources to the opportunity-deprived communities, individuals or entities. In a span of 3 years, we have expanded our footprint to 12 states of India. The major intervention pillars are: Sahay Shiksha Yojana (Education), Sahay Samridhi Yojana (Social Upliftment), Sahay Harith Yojana (Agriculture) & Sahay Aarogya Yojana (Healthcare). The interventions are designed to elevate the standard of living of the disadvantaged and make them self-sustaining.
The programs align with 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 15 of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). To meet the social development goals, we mobilize resources from generous donors who have a compelling vision to see transformation in the lives of the needy in rural, semi-urban and urban areas. We value-add by utilizing the resources, infrastructure and capabilities for development initiatives that include:
Covid projects relief work (e.g., Covid19 relief), learning and development centres for rural children, career-development, adult literacy and numeracy, novel agriculture solutions to enhance farm incomes and productivity, environment and forest preservation, skill development for income generation, sharing devices/essentials for villages, medical access for rural village clusters, handling gender based issues etc.
We invite your valuable support and partnership for this mission! Together, let us make a difference.
Causes that need your urgent attention
“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love!” – Mother Teresa.
Covid FundCovid relief for the poor & medical aid to people & not-for-profit hospitals across India.Rs.5,070,000.00 donated of Rs.7,500,000.00 goalDonate
Project ShresthaA care-fund for the families of widows & single parents facing financial and emotional hardships.Rs.1,025,000.00 donated of Rs.2,300,000.00 goalDonate
Skill DevelopmentTrain the needy rural women with essential skills to generate income and make them self-sustaining.Rs.586,000.00 donated of Rs.2,300,000.00 goalDonate
Transforming Upland FarmingConservation farm initiatives to transform farm-yield + incomes of poor upland tribals, using practices that preserves nature.Rs.333,000.00 donated of Rs.7,500,000.00 goalDonate
Adult Literacy & NumeracyEmpower the illiterate with literacy and numeracy power. Inspire through this project, a development in every area of their living – health, main-streaming in society.Rs.201,500.00 donated of Rs.1,200,000.00 goalDonate
The power and impact of generosity is transformational. Thank you for your willingness to support in these initiatives.
Farmers rely on local money lenders for their immediate cash for field inputs, irrigation facilities and home needs.Read More
Rekha’s life took a tragic turn after her husband, her pillar of strength, succumbed to a stroke eleven years ago.Read More
Natpurwa in Uttar Pradesh is known for the wrong moral reasons, an ongoing practice and survival option for years.Read More
Dablu Bingadika, a 7th Std student, hails from Denganapayu village, which is a beautiful hilly area situated 1300m above MSL.Read More
Jayanti Mandingi has a creditable recognition as the only girl of Patamanda village who has crossed Class 10.Read More
When we tried to creat awareness about the demerits of slash and burn cultivation (podu), we encouraged a farmer Mr.Sankar.Read More
Muni Wadeka lives in Patamanda Village in Koraput Dist of Odisha. She is the daughter of Nistu and Tare Wadeka.Read More
In one of OSF’s intervention villages at Koraput in Odisha, a family was preparing for marriage of their son.Read More
Operation Sahay Foundation opened a skill development centre near to their village. Rani joined the centre to learn.Read More
Asu, a farmer from Pipalpadar village of Koraput District, aged about 45 was suffering from body pain and fever for two days.Read More
Radhika Himeraka is from Bada Bankidi in Koraput District in Odisha. Her parents passed away in her childhood.Read More
Panabadi Village is a quiet community of 65 families, who are passionate farmers in the mountains.Read More
In Narayanpatna block of Odisha, farmers from Tentulipadar and Bijaghati Mandal (Gram Panchayats) villages used to sell.Read More
Madapatna Grama, near Begur, is located 40 km South of Mysore. It is a quiet village dependant on farm income.Read More
- OSF is commencing a fund for the welfare of children of destitute widows and Covid orphaned.