Over 70 years of community services
Care for Senior Citizens
Our programme enables the elderly towards a caring and holistic aging experience within their families and community.
individuals reached out to through awareness and sensitization on aging issues and mental health over last 2 decades
senior citizens supported for health care and psycho- social wellness over last 2 decades
senior citizens supported to receive Government scheme benefits and access legal rights over last 2 decades
individuals supported through day care for rehabilitation of the recovering mentally ill and mental health clinic services over last two decades
Over seven decades the organization has evolved from welfare and remedial work towards preventive and developmental approach.
The Family Welfare Agency (FWA), established in 1950 to address the issues of
underprivileged families displaced during the post partition period. In 1952, the Agency registered under the Bombay Public Trust Act of 1950 (Reg. No. E-5(Bom).
India’s elderly population will increase to 324 million by 2050, i.e.one in every five persons will be a senior citizen.
Population of the older, i.e., the 80+ is rapidly increasing even more than the 60+ age group.
Creating a friendly and responsive community for the enrichment and care of the elderly
Events and Campaigns
Awareness for sensitization, rights of the elderly, & psychosocial wellness, are organized
To understand, enable and enhance the quality of life of the vulnerable including the elderly through the delivery of comprehensive holistic health and supportive services, awareness, networking, and advocacy.