Saikripa is a registered not for profit society in Noida committed to the welfare of the abandoned and under privileged children since 1988. The main objective of Saikripa is to make every child an independent, conscience and responsible citizen.
List of items accepted as donations:
Monitoring supports, Consumables , Toiletries, Furniture, Computers, Invertor Batteries
Preferred time of drop-off:
Any day with prior appointment
Time:- 10 am to 5 pm
Z-133 & 134, Sector-12, Noida – UP
It began its very first program Balkutir in 1990. This is a Home for children having no parents or abandoned, inspiring them to live a fulfilled life. Moulding little children correctly and putting them successfully on the path of life is the most subtle and delicate of all operations in this world which is done in Balkutir with utmost care. Beginning with just one child in 1990, today Balkutir has a strength of 47 children (of 14 boys and 33 girls) growing to a full family with children of all ages.
Balkutir provides shelter, food, education and healthcare. While they are essential, Balkutir also does something that is far more critical- develop a child’s self esteem and outlook towards life. The environment at Balkutir is warm, friendly and colorful and suffused with love. The most important thing that the children learn at Balkutir is love – love for life, love for those close to you, love for ideals, such as caring, sharing, integrity, sincerity, courage and forgiveness.
So far 130 children have been enrolled in Balkutir since its inception and majority of them are girls. A new development these days is that the children are brought to Bal Kutir by an NGO ‘CHILD LINE’ under the direction of Child Welfare Committee, a Govt. body. Out of these, many children have been restored to their legal parents with the help of Child Line. Some children fend for themselves independently after completing their studies and securing a job. One of the boys is at present working in a 3 star Hotel in Gurgaon,one girl is working in KFC NOIDA and a couple of girls are working as beauticians. The children are not given for adoption since Bal Kutir is a big family with children trained to be unselfish and to be of support to others when they grown up with a feeling of empathy.
Out of the 47 children at Bal Kutir three older boys are attending the boarding schools in Mussoorie and Nainital.
Four mentally challenged children are attending our own school Sai Vatsalya Vatika for differently abled children and two are attending another private school. In Saikripa emphasis is given more on the activity based learning.
Saikripa silently strives for the implementation of Govt. policies to give the underprivileged children protection and provide for their rights in the absence of any Home run by Govt. in Noida.
2. Sai Shiksha Sansthan:- An English medium coeducational secondary school in
3. Sai Bal Sansar:- an informal free primary education centre for the street/slum
children with provision of midday meal.
4. Sai Vatsalya Vatika – a centre for children with special abilities.
5. Sai Vocational Training Centre:- This is a vocational Training centre in Sector-12,
Noida in various disciplines such as tailoring, mobile phone repairing, beauty
culture and computer training. These courses, after training, enable those students
who are unable to pursue their higher studies or school drop outs to earn a living.
Here too the fee levied is highly subsidized.