About Us

Serving People in need, is our way of worshiping God.

NRI Seva

Everyday, we reach more than 150 unreached patients & give Free Treatments

Who We Are

The NRI SEVA FOUNDATION is a 501(c)3 Tax Exempt Certified Not for Profit organization founded in February 2012 with TAX ID: 45-4564865

Below four points will make you understand HOW NRI SEVA has sincerely helped over 73,100 underprivileged people since April 16th of 2012 and has kept on expanding the services that are helping thousands of people each month.

1. HEALTH: AS OF TODAY, NRI SEVA HAS GIVEN MORE THAN 3,82,000 FREE TREATMENTS through free rehab centers, serving more than 200 to 300 underprivileged patients everyday. The organization has also set up one center in the "Sports Authority of India" Hyderabad Campus, which is serving national and state level sports persons who cannot afford the treatments they require to maintain a healthy physique. NRI SEVA has organized daily health camps in slum areas, in which they serve people affected by stroke, cerebral palsy, leprosy, cancer, chronic pain, Multiple sclerosis, fractures, head injuries, spinal issues, Arthritis, Sciatica & many critical cases. NRI SEVA also donates free medicines and orthopedic equipment for all eligible patients.

2. EDUCATION: NRI SEVA helps government schools in slum areas, with a program providing 2 HOURS of after school TUITION, as well as additional qualified english medium teachers. NRI SEVA also works to make important renovations, including good toilets, seating, paintings, Smart Classrooms, and other necessities to create a safe and satisfying learning environment.

3. WOMEN & CHILDREN: NRI SEVA has also established a Women Empowerment Center, where they help about 30 women every month with skill development, through which they can start their own small business. These women are also provided with nutrition products and food before and after their period of pregnancy.

4. SENIOR DAY CARE CENTER: NRI SEVA provides food and shelter from morning to night for the underprivileged parents who are being abused by their children.