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The Amulya Jeevan Foundation

"Enable the most vulnerable sections of society, to uplift themselves and thrive."

It all began with Avinash Khemka, an industrialist from Cuttack, reaching out to provide sustenance to the migrant workers traveling along Odisha's highways during the 2020 lockdown. His inner compulsion and compassion grew in extent and intensity of support and many around him were inspired to add momentum to the campaign. He decided to make this a continuing cause in his life and thus was born The Amulya Jeevan Foundation, a non-profit organization, dedicated to uplifting the most vulnerable and marginalized in society.

Reaching out during Covid (2020)


cooked meals to migrant workers


people provided conveyance

Reaching out during Covid (2021)


cooked food packets distributed at medical centers , railway station & slums


hot meals to 500 Covid infected families


dry ration kits to families in slums


rotis to stray cattle

2,500 kg+

biscuits to stray dogs


institutions provided grocery support; CCI, homes for visually challenged and senior citizens

Blood Donation Camps




units of blood collected


districts covered: Cuttack, Khurda, Baripada

Stories Worth Sharing
  • Sangeeta Sharma, Cuttack

    Sangeeta Sharma is a single mother with two sons and a daughter. Her husband deserted her in 2017, when her kids were of age 12, 8 and 4. Sangeeta is now the proud breadwinner for her family.
  • Rekha Das, Khurda

    Rekha’s husband was an auto driver. He earned around 4000 rupees a month. Unfortunately, the husband died in an accident in Nov 2020. Her elder daughter, Runu is married and the younger one, Jhunu is in Grade 8. Currently, neither there is any male member nor any earning member in the family.