Senior Citizens Council of Delhi

Dedicated to the service of senior citizens, to enable them
to live an independent life of respect, autonomy and dignity.

Shri J.R. Gupta is President of the Senior Citizens Council.

Senior Citizens Council of Delhi has created a network of more than 500 active Senior Citizens living alone who are participating in daily social, cultural and religious activities, yoga, talks, lectures, interaction sessions, panel discussions etc. at Deer Park Senior Citizens Activities Center, near Hauz Khas village, New Delhi between 7:00am to 8:30am for the last 33 years after coming from different parts of Delhi.

Eminent speakers across the country are invited daily to address the senior Citizens on various subjects. Such a wonderful conducive environment keeps them free from loneliness and inspires to live with dignity and respect particularly poor, destitute and neglected elderly. In addition:-

 The Council has created four more Centers for Senior Citizens at Mehrauli, DDA Flats Munirka; Shiv Mandir, Green Park and Ram Mandir, Safderjung Enclave

  The Council is also extending medical help in emergency cases to lonely and needy Senior Citizens

  The President of the Council, Shri J.R. Gupta (70 years) is an elected Chairperson of Confederation of Senior Citizens Associations of Delhi (an umbrella body of 11 lakhs senior citizens of Delhi).

  The Council has signed a MOU with Senior Citizens Council of Mauritius headed by Mrs. S. Bapoo, Honorable Minister, Social Security, Govt. of Mauritius

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Senior Citizens Council
Safdarjung Enclave
New Delhi
+91 9810488059


Senior Citizen Council of Delhi has income tax exemption certificate
under Section 80G of Income Tax Act 1961

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