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About Samarpan

Samarpan Foundation Trust is a voluntary organization to medically help and serve Leprosy Patients and to take up all round development of their wards who are basically healthy. This trust is continuously progressing since Sep. 2008 under the mutual leadership of Sh. Ravi Prakash Ji and awakened and sensitive strata of society.

Leprosy Treatment

Leprosy is a contagious disease associated with poverty and unhygienic condition that affects the skin and can cause a lack of ability to feel pain. It is caused by slow-multiplying bacteria, Mycobacterium leprae, which starts by damaging the small nerves in the skin’s surface resulting in discoloured patches with loss of sensation and till date there is no vaccination or primary prevention of this disease. Nearly 3 million people in India have visible leprosy disabilities and deformities caused

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Child Education

We are focused to educate not so fortunate children of the leprosy patients by providing them free of cost education, behavioral development, food, and shelter and assist them with graduate studies to bring them inequality with the society by developing their skills to lead their life with respectable jobs. We at present are providing education and social development to nearly 180 children in our different centers in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, and Haryana.

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Glimpses of Samarpan

Some Glimpses of Samarpan Foundation will reflect it's mission and vision for the society.

About Ravi Prakash Ji

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Samarpan Foundation is a public charitable trust and a Non-Government Organization formed in the year 2006 by the Founder Shri Ravi Prakash. He believes social upliftment is not possible for a single person it has to be a collective effort by all.  Inspired by the golden words of Lord Buddha that “All that we are is the result of what we have thought. If a man speaks or acts with an evil thought, pain follows him. If a man speaks or acts with a pure thought, happiness follows him, like a shadow that never leaves him.

Having a great respect for life he decided to serve most untouched, abandoned member of our society. Lepers patients They are those people who didn’t commit any mistake but because of a disease, they are thrown away from the society. With a quest for the society and a chance for serving humanity, Shri Ravi Prakash Ji decided to dedicate his life for leper patients and for their children.

Sri Ravi Prakash Ji was born in a well to do family of Uttar Pradesh,  has been serving the society for more than two decades. His journey for the society started with RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh), Service for Tribes and now dedicated round the clock for Leaper patients and their children.
With the help of society, Samarpan Foundation has scaled new heights by Regular Activities to fulfill the mission of our organization. Our Mission is to empower the children with Proper Education, Right Health which will definitely add a new life blood to nation’s growth.

“ The biggest disease today is not leprosy or tuberculosis, but rather the feeling of being unwanted. ”

Mother Teresa

“ Even the government understands that the environmental challenge is so big that no single agency can handle it. It needs collaboration among all the stakeholders - companies, governments, NGOs and the public. Public accountability will be the ultimate driving force. ”

Ma Jun

“ It's extremely likely that the people who have never been exposed to a human who has leprosy, it's very likely they got leprosy from exposure to an armadillo. ”

Anthony Fauci

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info@samarpantrust.org
info@samarpantrust.org
+91 98733 80627
+91 98733 80627
New Delhi, India
New Delhi, India