Maharani Bagh (Home for Girls) and New Friends Colony (Home for Boys)
Samarpan Homes have been created for orphaned, abandoned and abused children. The children come from varied backgrounds and live as a family. The home for girls has a government licence issued by the Department of Women and Child Development and has a certificate of recognition under section 37 of the Juvenile Justice Act, 2000.
We focus on being like surrogate parents for the children, ensuring they feel loved together with creating childhood experiences and an environment that feels like a family home.
We can’t change their pasts, but we can give them a happy today and a tomorrow to look forward to. We nurture and care for them, giving them the opportunity to grow, develop and realise their dreams.
We work closely with the Child Welfare Committee (CWC) and Child Protection Unit, government-recognised bodies, and present reports every quarter for each child which track their progress.
All children live under the care of volunteers and a team of dedicated staff.
Almost all the children are enrolled into private schools. New admissions at the home and children with specific requirements are home tutored and provided with vocational training.
Children are comfortable and confident conversing in English due to encouragement to speak and read in English at the home, along with extra classes.
co-curricular activities, talent spotting and creativity development;
sports, drama, music and arts and crafts;
summer and winter holiday programmes, including field trips, sports and art activities;
regular outings, functions and celebrations of festivals.
We will continue to provide support for the children into adulthood.
Facilities and Services
Provision of facilities and all amenities found in a financially secure and comfortable family home.
Balanced diet prescribed by a dietician.
Counselling for any children experiencing difficulties and challenges.
Medical care provided by a paediatrician and other specialists, wherever necessary.
Specialised care for the children's needs, whatever these may be.
Library, computer literacy programs, tuition and extra classes in subjects such as English.
To instil values, hope and the confidence to realise dreams.
To create a thirst for knowledge, and nurture self-respect and respect for others.
To alleviate poverty through empowerment.
To create global citizens through breaking down barriers of nationality, religion, caste and creed and emphasising our shared humanity.