Account number : 103705000397
IFSC : ICIC0001037
Branch : Vasant Kunj
Account name : Sarvahitey
Bank : ICICI
Our Paytm number: +918800577497
Sarvahitey was formed keeping in view the fact that a majority of Indian population is devoid of basic needs, and basic infrastructure to self-realize those needs. Being a group of socially conscientious members, Sarvahitey was formed to cater to the underprivileged, their needs, and gradually making them self-sufficient to fulfil their personal, familial, financial and societal obligations.
Through the years, Sarvahitey, as an organisation, has made ample efforts, and executed numerous projects to enhance the conditions of the underprivileged, with the following vision in mind:
There are 5 Trustees, who are entrusted with the decision making process of the Trust, i.e. Sarvahitey: Keshav Datta, Prem Prakash, Sanskriti Srivastava, Ankit Malhotra and Smriti Mehrotra. The Author of the Trust is Bharat Datta. Click on the "Team" tab to know more about them.
Apart from them, there are numerous other members, which we may refer to as ‘volunteers’. Volunteers are the life-blood of Sarvahitey; their enthusiasm and commitment forever keeps this NGO a vibrant one. Click on the "Volunteer" tab to know more about them.
Mostly, the Trustees are responsible for planning, researching for, and managing the execution of all the events. However, the philosophy of Sarvahitey is such, that no person is deemed to be higher than the other in the organisation. Everyone shares the same pedestal; only the level of commitment and participation justifies the position of a person in this organisation. Everyone's views/suggestions are taken into consideration; even the decision making process is not insulated from any person exhibiting interest in the functioning of this Trust. Sarvahitey organises public meetings/discussions on regular basis, inviting any advices/suggestions/constructive criticisms that one may have to offer.
Sarvahitey receives continuous support from other organizations as well. Most of the volunteers are students or alumni of Amity Law School, Delhi (GGSIP University). Financial support is provided by some of the employees of Evalueserve (Pvt. Ltd.); AMLPL (Pvt. Ltd.); Qustn (Pvt. Ltd.); Applied Mobile Labs Pvt. Ltd.; Thomson Reuters and CPA Global Inc
Sarvahitey came into existence by virtue of a very simple realisation, earned after a long history of separate initiatives taken up by the present Trustees. This realisation was that, social work must be an important part of everyone's life, and that it is very easy to do. Forming an NGO is just a constructive outlet, through which anyone and everyone can fulfil his inherent call of working for the less fortunate.
Though being associated with different organizations, or involved in various projects, social work was not streamlined in their daily lives, and they all felt a need for that.
One should not cave-in, if a beggar begs for money; that, everyone knew. But, what indeed shall be done for their upliftment, nobody had a clear answer. The Trustees, with the help from the Author, and support from the volunteers, came together and found this organisation.The simple realisation was reached: indeed, social work must be an important part of everyone's life, and it is not hard to do so
Sarvahitey has three offices: two in Noida and one in Delhi. Its Noida offices are in Sector 33 and Sector 51. Its Delhi office is in Vasant Kunj. You can view the full address here.
However, the area of operation of an organisation is not defined by its offices, but by its projects. Sarvahitey's projects are mostly based in the National Capital Region, i.e. Delhi, Noida, Greater Noida, Gurgaon, and Ghaziabad; though Sarvahitey has run projects in Panipat and Nepal as well.
There have been three Ad-Hoc (need based) projects of Sarvahitey. One was 'Nepal Earthquake Relief Program'; one was in the form of medical aid provided to one particular family in Panipat; one was a 'Go-Vote' campaign undertaken by Sarvahitey. Click on the "Projects" tab to know more about them
Sarvahitey has a very simple working model, which is conducive to the busiest of persons. Throughout the weekdays, the Core Members of Sarvahitey plan a particular event, and on a weekend, they execute it. The Core Members invite suggestions in the planning process, from any person interested in doing so. On the appointed date of execution, which is made public with comfortable prior notice, everyone is invited to spare a few hours, and take part in the festival of social work. Any person may come on the appointed date and time, and participate actively in the particular event.
The Core Members of Sarvahitey take on the responsibility of the entire planning process, engaging with the governmental authorities if need be, and so forth. On the actual occasion, everyone is invited to drink from the nectar of 'sharing and caring'. Since the event takes place on weekends, any student or working professional has the opportunity to take part in various drives.
Sarvahitey doesn't believe in any comparative analysis, nor does it believe in boasting of any superiority. The message of Sarvahitey is simple: anyone can, and must work for the Society, be it by any means. Sarvahitey is just one of the many agencies through which one can give back to the community. Hundreds of people have realised that their call to work for social welfare can be achieved by this organisation, and thousands of blessings have reached them. Though as said earlier,
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