About Us


Stalwarts of the nation Mahatma Gandhiji and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s visit to the institution is the milestone of its glorious history. This institution, acclaimed as a socially committed institution and the dedicated services of its team have been felicitated with the State Level Award by the Social Welfare Department in the year 1986 for its extraordinary services in the field of “Child Welfare”. A cash prize of Rs.1, 00,000/- was also awarded for the best efforts put in the field of “Women Welfare”. This grand old institution has its branches and sub-branches. The need of the society changes and increases with time; and the trustees of the institution always had a progressive and dynamic approach towards the much needed changes. The basic objectives of the institution have always echoed in all its administrative activities from the day of its establishment till date.

1) To provide shelter to the orphans who do not have their parents or close relatives till they attain majority.
2) Children who have been forsaken by their parents or born secretly shall be provided shelter till they attain the age of majority.
3) To provide shelter to the women who have been the victim of circumstances or who come for secret delivery.
4) Women who are widows, married or unmarried or destitute shall be provided shelter and imparting training so as to make them self supporting and maintain their livelihood.
5) To provide shelter to the destitute women who have been victims of family disputes or some adverse social situation till they make proper arrangements for themselves.
6) To provide shelter to the widows and destitute till they become self supporting and work with dignity.
7) To start educational, vocational and professional training schools, centres as well as colleges and also market centres for the welfare and development for those who stay in the institute and also to others, directly or indirectly.
8) To open and maintain public dispensaries and libraries according to the financial position of the institute.
9) No discrimination regarding community, religion or race in respect of providing assistance according to the rules of the institute.