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Sree Sai Krupa Charitable Trust®

Sree Sai Krupa Charitable Trust® is a non-profit, non-political and secular development organization. We operate on the governing tenets of equitable development and inclusive growth of society. Our work is directed by the philosophy that “All women, men, persons with disability and children have the basic right to dignity and self determination and that all people should have the opportunity and choice of enhancing their own potential and well being. The developmental programs we implement combine the potential of state welfare schemes to address social concerns with the experience of social sector experts, in order to positively impact lives. Sri Sai Krupa Charitable Trust is registered under the trust act and it is approved as per section 12A and 80G (5) (VI) of Income tax act 1961, Cetificate from Child welfare Committee (under JJ act), NITI Ayog.

Our Mission:

We are committed to secure especially children who are under privileged, downtrend, socially mislead & are suffering due to forced child labor; we continuously work to add more children to get the benefit of our services. Sree Sai Krupa Charitable Trust® gives young people facing disadvantage the support they need to thrive. This support includes access to a decent education, the confidence, skills and resources to shape their own future, and the family support vital to their health and wellbeing

Our Vision:

To free the children from bondage of child labor, slavery, forced work labor, reach street children & rehabilitate & educate them. To equip them to live inspiring lives too many more and they in turn uplift & develop the poor children in India. .Our Vision is a world where all young people can realize their unique potential, improve their lives for the long term, and contribute to stronger communities.

Our Work:

Sree Sai Krupa Charitable Trust® has established open shelters as a support facility for vulnerable children in need of case and protection, particularly rag pickers, street performers, children of migrant population, trafficked, deserted as well as other vulnerable groups.

Children’s Programs:

In many ways, we at Sree Sai Krupa Charitable Trust® tap into the potential of Public-private partnerships to reach out of children in need of care and attention. Sree Sai Krupa Charitable Trust® is supported by and collaborates with the state government and with some of MNC companies. We also work for children who are begging on streets, Child labors, Child Marriage etc.

Open Shelters:-

Sree Sai Krupa Charitable Trust® has established open shelters as a support facility for vulnerable children in need of case and protection, particularly rag pickers, street performers, children of migrant population, trafficked, deserted as well as other vulnerable groups.

Lack of Good Educational Facilities and Gender Inequality in Education

  • Going to school is a big step, but if the quality of education is poor it reduces their future prospects. Especially in rural areas, this is a major problem as there is no access to good quality education.
  • In some areas, children have to travel miles to get to school. In addition to this, economic and financial situation of families in rural areas drive children toward labor vs education.
  • Gender inequality in education is a major roadblock in getting girls to go to schools as families in rural areas are generally of lower economic status and don’t see the point in educating a child when there are no real opportunities post graduation. This is especially the case for a girl, who would rather be expected to support the family.
  • The quality of education, distance, lack of female teachers and poor sanitation are often quoted as reasons for leaving by many parents.
  • A majority of government-funded schools do not comply with basic standards set, not all teachers are professionally trained and even electricity is a luxury in some rural areas. Unless parents of the girl child see value in educating their child, they will resist doing so.

High School Dropouts and Social Misconceptions

  • According to UNICEF, 80 million children out of the 200 million  admitted in elementary schools are likely to drop out. That’s right. 40 percent of the children between the ages of 6 and 14 would not even complete their elementary education.
  • According to this infographic, dalits, tribal minorities and adolescent girls are much more likely to drop out of school. For a nation that strives for aggressive rural development, we don’t seem to care much about our young, especially the deprived young, comprising of dalits, tribals, minorities and adolescent girls.
  • A joint study by Unesco Institute for Statistics and the Global Education Monitoring Report has found that 47 million adolescents in India have not progressed to upper secondary school. As per the data, the country has the highest number of out-of-school adolescents in the world.

A lot of girls aren’t enrolled to schools and a lot of the ones that are, drop out. Proper formal education will lead to girls having better jobs and being financially independent. There are various causes for this, some being :-

  • Girls are expected to stay home and raise a family, whereas men are expected to work. Given this a lot of parents don’t see the need to send their girl children to school.
  • Girl who do happen to work will not support their parents after they are married into another house, ergo, their education isn’t a priority to a lot of parents. On the other hand, investing on their male child’s education will be beneficial in the future because he’ll one day start to run the household and look after his parents.
  • In poor households girl children are expected to help with chores instead of throwing away time in school.
  • Learning household chores is a priority because it increases the girl’s value in the marriage market, thus, a lot of parents prefer their girl child stay home and learn what will really be of any use to her.
  • Fear of safety while going to school

Sri Sai Krupa Trust ® is a home of all faiths and irrespective of caste and creed. This humanitarian deed, till now has shaped the lives of many such people who are deprived of their families or are completely helpless.

When was Sree Sai Krupa Charitable Trust® Started?

Sree Sai Krupa Charitable trust was started in the year 2007 with 3 children 2 elderly people, Mr.Shivarudra, the founder of Sree sai Krupa charitable trust has been Unconditionally Supported by his wife Mrs.Shashi Shivarudra & that has led him to go that extra mile to provide the best for the children who are in need. Sree Sai Krupa Charitable Trust presently supports orphans, children with single parents & children who are socially misled.

We are also supporting children from very poor & needy family background. Started from 3 children today we have reached out to 60+ children; Mr.Shivarudra has dedicated himself for the upliftment of socially deprived children, elderly people & destitute women’s.

Sri Sai Krupa Charitable Trust was a dream for Mr. Shivarudra and was transformed into reality by his dedicated efforts and commitment that he showed this charitable organization. Mr. Shivarudra is running the organization with his own funds from the beginning of the trust till date, without any financial support from government organizations, public or any private sectors.