Samarpan Foundation is a charitable not-for-profit entity, established in September 2006 in New Delhi. We work to provide global support and assistance of any kind where there is humanitarian, ecological, environmental and animal welfare need.We are a community of outward-focused volunteers, guided by the principle of doing what needs to be done to achieve the greatest good for the greatest number.
Kishangarh, near New Delhi, is a rural village where children are offered education, mothers are offered training for workplace skills, and infants are offered care adjacent to training for mothers and school aged siblings.
Hathi Basti, a village near New Delhi. Families live along the river, parents farm and tend animals, children attend school, have access to nutritious meals and are provided the opportunity to matriculate into the public school system.
Gurgaon, a high technology center near New Delhi, offers Food Bank fundraisers. The Samarpan Foundation participates to help feed the families they serve.
The Sundarbans are a UNESCO World Heritage Site for many endangered species. An Emergency Hospital and food production are being farmed to help support local residents.
The neighbors to the Emergency Hospital tend rice paddy fields, river aquaculture and farm animals to subsist in the remote islands.
Students gathering from the Samarpan Kishangarh School, at regular healing gatherings for the general public in New Delhi.