Kashyap Seva Foundation (KSF) is a charitable, not-for-profit organisation founded in 2008 in New Delhi, India. The organisation functions as a duly-registered body under the Indian Trust Act. Since its inception, the organisation has devoted itself to charitable activities in the areas of education. Accordingly, the KSF has been running a Scholarship Programme for under-privileged students, with a special focus on deserving young boys and girls from the displaced community in Jammu and Kashmir.
In the recent past, KSF has expanded its ambit by joining hands with volunteers from all across India and overseas, to help and support the needy. During the second wave of the Covid pandemic in April 2021, KSF channelised emergency aid including medical equipment, food and other support towards the affected communities. In this regard, KSF worked closely with other charitable organisations to coordinate relief and rehabilitation activities.
After the initial efforts to mitigate the impact of the Covid pandemic, KSF and its partner organisations are stepping up long-term aid for those in distress. The Trust is working towards expanding its scope of charitable activities in various spheres including, but not limited to, raising donations and disbursing financial relief and other forms of assistance for education, healthcare, skill development, personality development, various emergency situations and long-term aid for orphans, widows, people with disabilities, the indigenous population, refugees, migrants, ethnic minorities and artists among other people impacted and in distress due to the Covid pandemic and its aftermath all across India, including Jammu and Kashmir.