About Us

SAMARPAN FOUNDATION is the Ray of Hope for Orphan, underprivileged and neglected children. It was established in 1994 by the young, dynamic and dedicated social worker in view to “Save Boys and Girls child and stop female foeticide” He has a great vision for the development of society. We provide basic education, nutrition food, health care facility, safe and family atmosphere. Our children have participated in various state-level competitions like dance, painting, sports, and other extracurricular activities.

We are a registered NGO bearing no. 299/1994-95 dated 27.05.1994 having its registered office at Vishwanath Temple Complex, college Square, Cuttack-753003 being managed by an elected Board of trustees.


Our Vision

The vision of our Trust is to eradicate poverty from a weaker sections of society ensuring social justice and opportunity of education for all and by providing basic amenities for those in need.

The Trust visualizes that through dedicated hard work it will be able to build a society free form poverty and underdevelopment, unemployment, powerlessness, inequality and injustice. The Trust will achieve a new height of sustainable development through a concentrated process of change being managed through participatory action.

Our Mission

• To serve and strive for betterment of all communities of the society specially the neglected and distressed sections irrespective of religions, castes, creeds, gender, language and place.
• To take up projects for economic, social and education uplift of backward communities of the society, specifically for the weaker sections including SCs and STs.
• To start, maintain and assist institutions for skill development and vocational training in order to create self-employment opportunity in rural areas.
• To assist poor and meritorious students in pursuing their higher studies.
• To create awareness in the society for eco-friendly environment by using cow dung and urine in putting up bio-gas unit and preparation of PANCHAGABYA medicine.
• To create awareness among women for their involvement in social development activities in order to make them economically independent and to save them from exploitations.
• To help the needy people at the time of natural calamity.
• To extend support services such as free medicines and blood donations to medical patients by our young volunteers.
• To encourage cultural activities in order to create understanding in the society about the social conditions, traditions and ethos of our motherland.
• To undertake any other activity, that is good for the Nation.
• To seek and receive financial and other assistance from govt. and non-govt. agencies for implementation of various development projects.