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Profile and Vision

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.

Vision - shedding light even in the darkest corners

Mission - changing universal consciousness by opening minds and hearts

Philosophy - love, peace, happiness, kindness, simplicity, clarity

Current Focus

A snapshot of our work


  • Samarpan kitchens
  • Monthly food parcels


  • Samarpan hospital
  • Samarpan medical clinics
  • Working in conjunction with prominent hospitals to provide medical clinics, treatment and surgery for disadvantaged patients
  • Emergency medical relief


  • Samarpan schools and tuition centres
  • Sponsorship of education
  • Enrolment into formal schools
  • Provision of educational materials


  • Samarpan vocational training centres enable adults to earn an income (managed by the Institute of Learning, Culture and Art (ILCA), an associated not-for-profit trust)
  • Samarpan women's empowerment dairy farm (managed by Hills and Dales Foundation, an associated not-for-profit company)
  • Skills training in prisons

Affordable Construction

  • Replacing conventional baked bricks with those made from discarded PET bottles filled with waste mud/sand
  • Replacing the steel conventionally used to reinforce concrete slabs with Nylon-6 fish net


  • Samarpan children's homes
  • Support for shelters, children's homes, homes for the aged and the disabled


  • Sinking bore wells
  • Recharging ground water through rain water harvesting
  • Water purification and recycling
  • Mosquito eradication
  • Efficient agriculture methods
  • Upliftment of prisoners' families and disadvantaged families
  • Village adoption and development
  • Disaster relief


  • Waste management and recycling
  • 'Greening' and afforestation
  • Mangrove restoration
  • Organic farming and composting
  • Green nutrients
  • Green power
  • Bio gas
  • Awareness programmes

Animal Welfare

  • Veterinary care for injured animals
  • Rescue, rehabilitation and relocation of mistreated animals
  • Awareness programmes

Annual Reports