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GOOD SAMARITAN CHARITABLE TRUST (GSCT) is a registered non-profitable charitable trust, as per the Indian Trust Act, 1882, on 27th July 2005 by its founder president Mr. P. Samuel . GSCT is dedicated to the service of mankind and it is founded on the principles of universal brotherhood, love, peace and harmony.

Educational Assistance:

We have started free evening tuition centers in which atleast 50 students are benefited. Tution center teachers though work voluntarily, we pay  for their incidental expenses as minimum salary. Three tuition’s centers are set up in the few remote areas.

Community Development:

The people suffering from social problems were supported by the trust. Those affected were given guidance care & emotional support. We distribute new dresses and special food during festivals and also conduct competitive programmes to develop physical and mental health.

Vision:

The Vision for 2022 is to educate 10000 children. We need more like minded sponsors to support these projects. Through the projects we could see a tremendous transformation in the next generation as well the whole society.

Project Proposal Of Good Samaritan Children’s Home In Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan:

Introduction of the Bhil People Group:
The multi-diverse culture of India is home to more than 580 people groups. Bhils, the second most populous, inhabit Dahod, Jhabua and Banswara, the bordering districts of Gujarat, MP and Rajasthan. A sword and a bow – arrow is every family’s indispensable inherent asset. Using these for looting, plundering and fighting is not considered unethical.

Educational Support:

Children deprived of parental care are supported under these criteria. We have selected around 60 such deserving children and take care of their educational expenses. Distance adopted students are paid for school or college fees, tuition fees, tour fees, examination fees and other fees required by the institution.

Educational assistance scheme

Educational assistance scheme was conducted in 15 different places and volunteers and representatives of donors took part in it. 500 children benefitted.Various team builders were involved in the project.

The beneficiaries

The beneficiaries of the Trust are the poor, both men and women, children, physcially disabled and any individual deserving the aid and upliftment without any distinction of caste, creed, colour and religion.