Umang Foundation is a registered Public Charitable Trust, It was started by three IT Professionals in July 2008, who believe “there’s more to life” beyond office and home.

Umang Foundation consists of more than 450+ dynamic professionals spanning across various sectors which also includes doctors, elite senior citizens,  students, house wives who are enthusiastic to work for uplifting the society.

Umang Foundation focuses on the upliftment of society in every possible way, to achieve this goal Team Umang have organized many philanthropic events and activities including distribution of stationery kits, clothes to villagers, Blood Donation drives, celebration of festivals with people in old age home, celebration of special days with children and children suffering from cancer.

Umang Foundation has a strong focus on providing education material to underprivileged children. Team Umang has provided educational material to these children starting from Kindergarten to the high school and have provided educational material to 9200+ less fortunate children since its inception. In year 2011, Team Umang has provided education material to 5500 children. Team Umang aims to increase this number to a whopping 10,000 children by April 2012.

Apart from education, a complete creative growth is facilitated by the foundation through clay modeling workshops, Warli painting, paper collage and paper-bag making workshops for orphans, magic shows and dance competitions.

Till date, Umang Foundation does not have any employees and working on the basis of Volunteers efforts.

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Vishwanath Sonnad
Date: Nov 19, 2011

Great initiative and even greater team work is seen at every event organised by Umang, especially it was a life time experience with street kids of Mahalaxmi area in an open bus ride event. Umang Keep Spreading Smiles as always All the Best.....
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