Sucess
Error
Web-Page Loading
Cancel

Social Action for Manpower Creation

Education for poor
assured_image Children Rajasthan
program_image
Help a poor child get education and residential care
logo_image
Awards & Recognition
Sat Paul Mittal National Award, TVAM Karamaveer Chakra Award, Blue Dart- World CSR Day
Last audited December 2018
Provided Quality Healthcare, Education And Shelter To 330 Children Last Year
Working since 1984 for the children, Amitkumar Banerjee realized that children need an integrated support for development. At that time children of socially victim women, children of convicts received no support from government or any agency. Mr.Banerjee felt that every child needs shelter, care and protection and opportunity to grow. Thus SAMPARC - Social Action for Manpower Creation was born as an organization in 1990. The journey of SAMPARC began with only 7 orphans and today over 500 children - orphan, children of socially victim women, destitute, and needy and also children of convicts, all of them are living under one shelter known as Balgram of SAMPARC organization. They do not have the social stigma of whatever background they came from. They grow freely like other common children. They grow with all cultural and social values. At the same time, they learn various social and cultural values and traditions and are exposed to community life. The organization has served around 500 children. In 2016, Amit Banerjee was awarded the Samajik Puraskar Award by the Parampujya Swami Ramdevji Maharaj Yog Diksha & Rashtranirman Sabha for special contribution towards the care and protection and holistic development of orphan and destitute children.
Leadership Anuj Singh
Cost incurred to provide books, stationary and uniforms,Periodic access to food supplies for healthy living
Social Action for Manpower (SAMPARC) runs a Home at Jodhpur, which is mainly for children of stone quarry workers apart from destitute children and poor children with difficult living conditions. The home works to provide care, shelter and education for children so that they can get a normal childhood. They arrange for special attention if the children need it. They also provide health care and recreational facilities as children need to play as much as everything else. They do not have the social stigma of whatever background they came from. They grow freely like other children learning various social and cultural values and traditions and are exposed to community life. As a result the children of SAMPARC orphanage (balgram) are found strong, contented with culture values and self-esteem. Donate to this program and support an underprivileged destitute child build a future.

Charity verified by GiveIndia

Tax exemption for guests who contribute

Proven track record

Charity registry ensures no gift goes to waste

Makes a positive impact

Foreign guests can donate

You hereby agree to be bound by the Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy of this Website.

You hereby agree and acknowledge that CherryTin is your duly authorised agent to facilitate donations to chosen charities on your behalf.

CherryTin has partnered with the Give Foundation ("Give India") to facilitate donations to your chosen charities. You hereby agree and acknowledge that Give India can act as your duly authorised agent to ensure that donations reach your chosen charities.

Remittances towards charities of your choice will directly be credited to the duly authorised bank account of the relevant charity. These remittances are never received, credited or stored in the bank accounts of CherryTin or Give India. CherryTin and Give India only provide donors a platform through which the appropriate charity can be reached.

All remittances made to a charity chosen by you will be routed through a third-party payment processor. The payment processor fee may vary from provider to provider.

In addition to the payment processor fee, CherryTin shall charge an agency fee of 10% and Give India shall charge a fee of 3%, towards services provided. All fees are exclusive of applicable taxes.

Remittances can be made solely through online payment methods like credit or debit card, e-wallet or net banking. Payments made through cash, cheques, cryptocurrency and demand drafts will not be accepted.

Donations from outside India (including through international credit cards) can only be made to those charities that are duly registered under, and comply with the requirements of, the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act, 2010, as amended from time to time, rules made thereunder, and such other laws as may be applicable.

The charity to which donations have been made will issue a donation receipt.

WhatsApp Chat