About Us

Saahaayyamh Charitable trust is an evolving charity in India working with and for People.It was established in year 2013. It was setup to tackle the problems of healthcare and education in Mumbai, especially amongst old age and young children. Saahaayyamh Charitable Trust is committed to the welfare of people from the most old age, underpriviledged strata of society without distinction of caste, creed or color.

Our logo symbolises our vision for the future - a future in which each and every old age, child and tree can look forward to a new day, a day healthcare, education and environments.

We assist underpriviledged with issues related to Healthcare and Medicine to promote the Charity and General Welfare of people.


Healthcare (Medical)

We strive to provide compassionate care to those in need. Our network of generous donors, volunteers and employees share a mission of preventing and relieving suffering by assisting the underprivileged.



We believe the path out of poverty is when the next generation can access quality education. We help community by helping the youth, women and children– in a way that empowering one empowers the other.


General welfare

We promote welfare activities aimed at the alleviation of human suffering and overall amelioration of society. We are committed to our vision for a happy and healthy living for the underprivileged.



Your donation, alongside other Friends, will support woodland creation, woodland management, and environmental education.


To see the upliftment of old age, medically underpriviledged and needy people. And to bring hope and transformation in thei lives for the better livelihood.

Saahaayyamh Charitable Trust wish to have projects, experiences, current endeavours, views and ideas like Blood donation camps, HIV awareness/Prevention/Medication, drug addiction and basic education, technical education and creating job opportunity for the underpriviledged, home for aged, plantation of trees, protection of trees, conducting medical camps, eye camps, distribution of clothes etc.

Saahaayyamh Charitable Trust plans to incorporate more programmes in future like planting trees, pollution free environment.


A few souls have gathered together for a good reason – to dedicate their time, resources and skills in reaching out to those women, children and the families in need.

From L to R: Dipesh Kakadiya, Manish Soni, Nikunj Patel, Hardik Kakadiya, Dilip Jain & Ketan Dodia