SUNDESH, an outcome of the vision of Dabur founder Dr. S.K Burman, was formed in 1993 to reach out to the weaker and vulnerable sections of our society. Long before Companies and individuals woke up to community service, SUNDESH had been quietly working towards inclusive growth and empowering the society through continuous and purposeful engagement of all partners in the development process. Today, SUNDESH operates in Ghaziabad, Gautam Budh Nagar and Hapur District of Uttar Pradesh, Rudrapur district (Uttarakhand) and Baddi (Himachal Pradesh).

SUNDESH conducts regular surveys and meetings with community representatives to understand the specific needs of the community. Its activities are designed to involve each stakeholder at each level of programme from need assessment to evaluation and sustainability of its programme. The need is the basic criteria of its each programme.

Sundesh is a non-profit organization registered under

1. Society Registration Act 1860, Meerut

Registration No: 1833
Date: December 27, 1993

2. Foreign Contribution Regulatory Act

Registration No: 136810043

3. Registered under 80G of Income Tax Act for tax benefit to the donor


  • To actively contribute to the socio economic development of the community in which we operate and to ensure a participation of the community in a sustainable development process


  • Ensuring socio-economic development of the community through different participatory and need based initiatives in best interest to the poor so as to help them to become SELF RELIANT and build better lives for themselves


  • Overall socio-economic development of the poor & vulnerable community on sustainable basis


  • To undertake and organize Integrated Rural and Slum Development programmes
  • To promote and organize educational programs for children and women
  • To run Vocational Training Program
  • To activate the Rural as well as urban people to take-up rural and slum development work
  • To study, undertake, conduct and carry research and collect data for Social development

Core Focus Area

  • Health
  • Education
  • Skill Development Training
  • Livelihood Promotion
  • Environmental & Sanitation
  • Other Social issues
  • Ensuring Rural Credit / Financial Inclusion