Welcome to Youth Empowerment Foundation is is committed to bring harmony for those who have been forced socially and politically to remain excluded to compete with the pace of the world

About Us

Youth Empowerment Foundation is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping vulnerable and disadvantaged individuals in India. The organization’s focus is on bridging the gap between those who are unaware of the challenges faced by socially excluded individuals and those who don’t know how to help them.

Youth Empowerment Foundation is committed to bringing harmony to those who have been forced socially and politically to remain excluded to compete with the pace of the world. We strive to construct a society where every individual would be able to prove themselves productive for the nation. While we are helping out poor and unable people with our honest support from donors economically, we also highlight their vulnerable conditions to reflect truth to our uplifted society, which is oblivious to these facts. As the adage goes ‘The first step in solving a problem is to recognize that it does exist’. Youth Empowerment Foundation works on behalf of society to bridge the gap between those who don’t know how to help those denied people and those who are of course unaware that someone stands for them and supports them. It is also important for enriching our nation’s productivity and is unfair to put the entire burden on the government.

Our Mission

The mission of our NGO, the Youth Empowerment Foundation, is to empower and uplift marginalized youth, who are often socially and politically excluded, by providing them with the necessary tools and resources to compete in today’s world. We strive to create a society where every individual, regardless of their background, can prove themselves to be productive members of our nation.

Our Vision

Our vision is to create a more equitable society by providing opportunities for socially backward youth to come forward and solve their own predicaments. We believe that by bridging the gap between those who are unaware of how to help marginalized communities and those who are in need, we can create a more just and productive society. We are committed to reducing global hunger and addressing other pressing social issues that are impacting the most vulnerable members of our society.

What We Do

Central Government Schemes Services

Foods Donation

Senior Citizen

Community Develop

Education Counsling

Awareness Scheme

Emergence & Health

Technical Education


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Our Programs


We seek help from you, your small contribution can bring smiles to a millions.

We held candle making workshop last year during Diwali. Many girls and women learned this art and made more than 4000 packets of candles. 
We made an effort by giving LED bulb making training to young minds which helped them to go on with education and earn for their family requirements.
Organized training events for Paper Bag Making, Earrings Making, Quelling Art, Stage performances like Singing, Dancing, etc.




“Today was one of the most special days in my 17 years tenure because today I was among the fortunate person to have contributed in my life in some way. This definitely makes me feel proud and gives personal satisfaction. Working for the small kids, daily wage laborer and women etc., made me humbler than I was ever. It also made me realize that helping young and needy people is something more to me than just a way to keep me busy. At last I got a new passion. “

Shubham Gorai

“Youth Empowerment Foundation is a ray of hope in times of grave difficulties for the underprivileged. The initiative it has taken for helping the poor daily wage workers is worth praising. It even looks after the education of children who cannot afford it. Being a part of YEF is my utmost pleasure as well as a great opportunity for me. 💯Youth empowerment foundation helps the needy people and motivate the students to help them. It also conducts so many competitions.”

Tannu Dabas