Make an impact. Help us improve the lives of 2,500,000 marginalised menstruators by 2025.

We create safe spaces in marginalised and rural communities to end shame and stigma associated with tabooed topics such as menstruation and reproductive health to enable vulnerable menstruators to become uninhibited in advocating for their rights and needs.

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Your donation

Donations made in India are tax-exempted under section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Donations made in Australia (Uninhibited Australia Ltd ACN 647 986 365 over $2 are tax  deductible. You will receive a donation receipt within 14 days.

Your donation directly enables:

Vulnerable menstruators to  advocate for their needs and participate in society equitably.

Safe spaces, education and access to healthcare in low-income and marginalised communities to reduce the risk of menstrual and sexual reproductive health conditions through Aarogya Saathi
Men, adolescent boys, community leaders, teachers and healthcare workers to build supportive environments for menstruators and reduce gender inequity through PeriodShala

How do we use funding?

Still have questions?

Explore our impact, see our financial reports or get in touch via donations@uninhibited.org.in

We are supported by:

Uninhibited Foundation is a tax-exempt charitable trust registered in Bengaluru, India. Reg. No. MLS-4-00014-2016-18.
Gramin Vikas Samiti is a registered society with the Registrar, Firm & Societies Chandigarh, India. Reg. No. HR-018-2012-00121.
Uninhibited Australia Ltd is a registered company under the Corporations Act 2001 in Victoria, Australia. Australian Company Number (ACN) 647 986 365.

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Sukhibhava Foundation is delighted to announce its strategic partnership with Gramin Vikas Samiti (GVS), a fellow non-profit with 24 years of experience working on social development in rural contexts across India. In the spirit of collaboration, we will now be recognised as 'Uninhibited', a rebranded identity that reflects our common vision to enable marginalised menstruators to become uninhibited in advocating for their needs, leading to improved wellbeing and equitable participation in school, the workforce and society. Stay in the loop with our quarterly newsletter to learn more about our impact, upcoming events and how you can get involved.