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Samparc is a non-profit making Indian public charitable trust working for the right of the children, its care and educational development, overall growth and rehabilitation of orphan children, children of commercial sex workers and other needy, poor children of rural & urban community capacity building activities.

Regularly we receive news from different centres in India and we will inform you via this page.

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Dear Donors, Partner & Friends of SAMPARC,

We always request you please visit our Children’s Home. Our Project Incharge Mr. Bongarde,Mr. Chabukswar, Mr. Ganguly all have proved that whether children are orphan or have come from difficult situation Now have improve like anything in education, sports, games,situation.prove dance, and music. It made possible because love, affection and confidence strengthen the whole process and thanks to you for your in time and regular help.

Primary children of Children’s home, Bhaje bagged all 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes in Sports of their School, whereas 118 children of the centre are unique in dance, singing, sports and drama doing good in studies. Thanks to our mother for their 2 4hours care to the children.
Shel-Pimpalgaon Centre near Chakan, Pune always feelon need for construction of rooms on the 1st floor so that they can accommodate more 30 children with a community hall. This centre is also education wise excellent.
Poynad centre, near Alibag, have proved as one of the best in education at District level. All children are doing best in sport, cultural activities and studies.
Vandana Siddesh Gundeti from the children’s home has bagged 2nd prize in State Level Drawing Competition organized by Sakal Newspaper.ompetition.
Bal Asha Ghar centre near SAHARA Ambey Valley where children bagged Gold Medal in State Level Taikwando competition. 56 children are also doing excellent in studies and their Balpanchayat system made unique example of the children’s home.
Bhambarde School has really proved as a best education centre for very poor,
tribal and needy children of Mulshi Taluka, District Pune. All committed teachers and staffs are working hard and they believe “each child is a project” and that is the main reason of growth of Bhambarde School.
200 children are getting direct support for fooding and education. 26 children are taking special coach in football under a coach who used to play in Super Division Club League match in Kolkata.
Whereas Vocational Training Centre at Malavali near Lonavala is giving training for 40 students in Welding, 30 students in Electrical Wireman, 15 students in Armature Motor Winding, 40 students in Computer, 20 students in Retail Sales and 9 girls in Tailoring. Direct support to school drop outs is being given in the centre. More than 3500 youth of this VTC are employed in nearby Industries in last 15 years.
Our Rajasthan Project Construction of Children’s Home is going ahead whereas in Anjar Children’s Home is running properly.
Kolkata Children’s Home has now received the Government Grant which made the centre little comfortable for running the centre. The Kolkata Children are excellent in football and won 1st prize in Local Level Championship Trophy for the Junior Boys.
Through Nanhi Kali 200 girl children are under Education Sponsorship support and additional 550 other children of Kolkata, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Pune District receive Education Sponsorship support.
SAMPARC has developed a Medical Centre a new building has been developed. It will create a new opportunity for rural villages to take advantage of medical centre. Ruchika club, Mumbai given a Medical Van which visits 25 villages. Dr. Raffaella conducted special Homeopathic Treatment to 130 children.pathic
Construction of 12,000 Sq.Ft. Girls Children’s is in progress but it needs financial support toChildren’ complete.
SAMPARC has decided to invite likeminded and philanthropic people, youth and professional to join SAMPARC as a Friend’s of SAMPARC and to generate Friends of SAMPARC as volunteer.
SAMPARC in association with DRDA District Rural Development Authority, Pune has conducted training program for women and following are the details of the same:
Animal Husbandry- 5 day training program in Animal Husbandry was held in Kamshet and 30 women from different SHG from Budawde, Kamshet and Boraj villages from Maval Taluka benefitted from the same. The same training program was held for 20
women from Pauna Nagar, Bedse, Rautwadi villages.
Basic Capacity Building for new SHG women was conducted and 60 women from Maval Taluka benefitted from the same.
Tailoring – 2 months training in Tailoring for 30 women was conducted in Vadgaon.

Thanking You,

Amitkumar Banerjee
Founder Director/ Secretary- SAMPARC
9, Varad Apartment, 292, Yashwant Nagar,
Talegaon Dabhade, Pune-410507.

Tel: 02114-227335 / 231472.
M: +91 9766343456.



Christmas was celebrated in all projects of SAMPARC with lot of enthusiasms. In SAMPARC children’s home Bhaje, children made a hut and children enjoyed the occasion.
The celebration was graced by the presence of Shri.
R.K.Sahay , Inspector General of Police, Pune.
On 25th December various competitions like Drawing, Rangoli, Elocution, Suryanamaskar, Shot-put, Long Jump, Skipping, Musical Chairs and Fancy Dress were held and the winners of the competition were awarded by Shri. R.K.Sahay , Inspector General of Police, Government of Maharashtra . Similarly in all projects of SAMPARC Christmas was celebrated in a grand way.

SAMPARC Balakashram (Children’s Home)– SAMPARC Balakashram (Children’s Home)– Jodhpur known as Kalyanmal Singhvi Children’s Home was inaugurated on 26th November, 2011.
The centre has the provision of accommodating 30 children. The children’s home has been inaugurated by Shri.Bhadriram Jhakad, Member of Parliament, along with Shri.K.K.Singhvi, President of SAMPARC, Shri. Amitkumar Banerjee, Founder Director/Secretary SAMPARC.
The inauguration ceremony was also graced by the presence of Adv. Mrs.Pushpa Singhvi, Trustee SAMPARC along with all Members of Local Level Managing Committee of Jodhpur.
More than 200 villagers participated in the inauguration ceremony.
The construction has been supported by Freres de nos Freres , Switzerland, K.K.Singhvi Foundation and with active participation and support of SAMPARC Local Level Managing Committee of Jodhpur headed by Mr.Chandanmal Singhvi and Brg.N.M.Singhvi

(Working for orphan and destitute children)

Mr.Amitkumar Banerjee has been awarded “Mourya Gosavi Award” for special contribution towards the care and protection and holistic development of orphan and destitute children of India.
The Award was presented on 15th November, 2011 by Mr.Anil Mohile, famous Marati Actor.



14th November children’s day celebration in all the children’s home of SAMPARC was planned in a very meticulous way by Mrs. Ratna Banerjee, Trustee SAMPARC by keeping in mind the interest and tastes of children. Ddifferent full day activities like cultural program, magic. Puppet show and community awareness program carried on the day.
Children started the day by taking a rally in the morning in Bhaje village with placards for creating awareness on environment protection and planting more trees.

Later children from SAMPARC Balgram, Poynad and Bal Asha Ghar all joined at Bhaje Balgram and after paying respects to Shri. Jawaharlal Nehru all the events had started. All the children together enjoyed watching Magic show, Puppet show and had fun playing on Jumping Jack. Children also were treated to special food like panipuri, ice-cream, cold drinks, pulao, Jalebi, Gulabjamun etc. Special programs for children like hair beading and tattoo making were enjoyed by the children.
At SAMPARC Balgram, Shel-Pimpalgaon the Local Level Managing Committee of the balgram along with Rotary Club, Khadki, IIEBM Engineering College Students, Wakad, and Navsahayadri B.Ed. College Students came forward to organise and sponsor the children’s day celebration.

They conducted various competitions like poetry recitation, drawing and dance competition and the winners were also awarded prizes accordingly. Rotary Club, Khadki and IIEBM Engineering College Students presented the children many gifts on this occasion like Table Tennis, Carrom –Board along with Tiffin Boxes, and water bags. Also dental check up of children was conducted at Bharati Vidyapeeth, Pune. Later after paying respects to Shri. Jawharlal Nehru the children presented cultural programs which were appreciated by all Friends of SAMPARC and all the residents of area along with Local Level Managing Committee Members. The celebrations concluded with special dinner for the children.
In SAMPARC Children Home, Poynad , Local Level Managing Committee and Employees of ICICI Bank,Alibag,organised a grand party for the children in which the children were treated with variety of their favourite food. Various competitions like Painting, Musical chairs, lemon and spoon, sack race, etc were organised and the children were awarded for the same. In SAMPARC children’ Home Anjar all the children of community education support program came to the children’s home and celebrated children’s day . Various sports competitions were organised for the children and winners were awarded. Also in SAMPARC Shishu Kendra, Kolkata Children’s day was celebrated with lot of enthusiasm.


On 30th October, 2011 Mahila Melava program was organized by SAMPARC at Malavli to sensitise women and motivate them to develop entrepreneurship skills and activities for their economic independence and sustainability.
During the program industrial experts Mrs. Nilima Tapasvi, Ms. Anita Asawlekar, General Manager H.R. Sandwik Asia Ltd., motivated women for taking up different entrepreneur activities.
Women were also given awareness about domestic violence and legal ways to prevent it.


On 15 October, 2011 Mr. Amitkumar BanerjeeAppointment of Mr. Amitkumar Banerjee has been appointed as the Member of the Composition of Review Committee to consider various issues that has been arisen since last amendment of the Juvenile Justice Care and Protection of children, Act 2000, by Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India, New Delhi.

SAMPARC applied twice to the Education Department of Government of Maharashtra for permission to start Higher Secondary in the year 2004 and 2008 and finally the Government has assured permission to start Higher Secondary from the academic year 2012-2013. 30-35 students from SAMPARC Bhambarde School complete 10th standard every year. Apart from SAMPARC students there are 4 more cluster villages in Mulshi Taluka which have school up to 10th class and all these students after completion of the School have to go either to Lonavla or Pune for further education.
That is students either have to travel 40km if they take up Higher Secondary in Lonavala or they have to travel up to 80 km via Tamimi village if they take admission in Pune or they have to travel upto 100 km via if they go to Pune via Lonavla or leave education. Thus for the benefit of all these poor students from backward community SAMPARC aims to start Higher Secondary in Bhambarde.


SAMPARC has undertaken construction of Rural Hospital at Malavli, Lonavla,. The construction is an extension of SAMPARC Medical Centre which is providing medical facilities to the rural poor and needy patients of surrounding villages of Maval Taluka since last 7 years along with a Medical Mobile Van which covers 23 villages of Maval Taluka per week visiting and treating patients who are unable to come to the Medical Centre.

Looking at the need of patients SAMPARC has undertaken the construction of Rural Hospital. The Rural Hospital is almost on the way of completion now it is required to equip for putting 12 beds, support for operation theatre, oxygen support system, sterilization process, table, chair and cupboards and one generator set is required.

SAMPARC requests philanthropic and likeminded people to come forward and help SAMPARC in its initiative.

Donation to SAMPARC for this project is exempted under 35AC for 100% Tax Exemption. 



In UNNATI SAMPARC vocational training course 15 students from the 6th batch have completed the Retail Sales course along with Life Skills, Spoken English, and Basic Computers.
After the completion of the course 8 students have received employment immediately out of which 4 students have joined Natraj Gas Company, Pune and 4 students have joined S.R.Mobile Company in Pune. The enrollment process of remaining 7 students is in the process and they will receive employment soon. And also the admission for the 7th batch is in the process.



In the month of December wedding ceremony of 3 senior girls of SAMPARC, Shanta Mahadevkoli, VrushaliSonarand Shubangi Thorat was held. All 3 of them are happily married and with these 3 girls now total 29 senior girls of SAMPARC are married and settled.


SAMPARC had undertaken the construction at Ganapatipule in Ratnagiri District with the object to cater education support to orphan children who have completed 10th standard either from SAMPARC orphanage or any other orphanage to complete their higher secondary education.

The location of the land is 1 kilometer from Ganpatipule and 2 kilometer from the High School and College where the scope for completing Graduation is there. Students can do BA, BSC, and BCOM after their 11th and 12th standard. The education standard of the students is very good.

SAMPARC is expecting to complete the construction by end of February 2012 and the students can take admission from the next academic year i.e from June 2012.


SAMPARC invites social likeminded people to join with SAMPARC for the cause of children.
Visit our website for more information.
Donation to SAMPARC by Corporate & Business House is exempted under 35AC for 100% tax.

Thanking You,
With Regards,

Amitkumar Banerjee
Founder Director / Secretary- SAMPARC
Varad Apts 292, yashwant Nagar, Talegaon Dabhade, Pune-410507
Mobile : +919766343456

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