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SERUDS NGO Helps Elderly in India

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Rights of Senior Citizens in India

Senior citizens group is projected to comprise 18% per cent of India’s total population by 2025. There are statutory provisions for maintenance of parents under Hindu personal law, and similar laws for other religions. Under the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007 it is a legal obligation for an heir or children to provide a monthly allowance to her parents as maintenance.

Unfortunately a large part of the population is unaware of them. This results in abuse of elders by family. It is estimated that nearly 25% of the elderly population experiences abuse by their sons, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, but never by daughters. It is ironic that parents feel that birth of a girl child is a burden on them! Most of the cases of abuse are not reported, as the elders want to protect family’s reputation in society.

Donation of blankets and clothes to Elders at Kurnool

Your support will change life of an Elder

✅ India has around 100 million elders (people over 60 years of age) and the number is estimated to reach 323 million, or 20 per cent of the total population, by 2050

✅ Around 33 per cent of the elderly live alone or with spouse only

✅ 70 per cent of the elderly population is illiterate

✅ 90 per cent work for livelihood

✅ Elders have to grapple with financial insecurity, morbidity, loneliness, vulnerability, physical weakness, social isolation and powerlessness

✅ Grandparents care for around half the orphan children

Problems of Senior Citizens in India

Our Projects for Destitute Elders

We reach out to destitute elderly people and help them to overcome poverty; in times of natural calamities such as floods we rescue the very old and very young people, who are the most vulnerable.

You can donate for the following causes or volunteer in any of following programs

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Mid-day Meals for Elders
Donate Grocery Needs at SERUDS Happy Old Age Home
Sponsor Rations monthly for abandoned old women

FAQs : Charity For Elders in India:

India has around 100 million elders (people over 60 years of age) and the number is estimated to reach 323 million, or 20 % of the total population, by 2050. Around 33 percent of the elderly live alone or with spouses only. 70 % of the elderly population is illiterate. 90 percent work for livelihood.

Elders have to grapple with financial insecurity, morbidity, loneliness, vulnerability, physical weakness, social isolation and powerlessness. Their children leave them in old age homes as they feel they are a burden and need to take extra care.

We reach out to impoverished senior people and assist them in fighting poverty; in natural disasters like floods, we rescue the most vulnerable people, the very old and very young.

They are sheltered in a free Old Age Home for Elderly Ladies, Poor Old People are fed under Midday Meal Scheme, and abandoned old women are given monthly rations.