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The journey of the mankind with SAI’S Touch.

about us

about us

The journey of the mankind with SAI’S Touch

Sai Sparsh is a charitable registered trust that was founded in January 2018, bearing registration number E-1189 under the Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950.
For us, Sai Baba is omnipresent and omniscient but being human beings, we have our frailty and therefore, to ensure his presence and touch everywhere we chose the name SAI SPARSH.

With this trust dedicated to Sai Baba, we are deeply involved in helping poor and needy people to make a positive impact in their lives.

Sai Sparsh Trust constantly endeavors to engage itself in charitable activities. These include providing and supporting the education of underprivileged children, feeding the hungry, healthcare programs in tribal areas, expanding women’s economic opportunities, increasing women’s rights and security, and implementing several projects that can provide employment opportunities.

our values

our VISION

We believe that everyone should have access to education, healthy food, medical care, a sustainable environment, and equal economic opportunities. Our mission is to implement projects that can advocate for human rights in a respectful and effective way, empowering people to achieve self-sufficiency.

our mission

Sai Sparsh improves lives, expands opportunities, and helps communities flourish across a dynamic and developing India. As a part of our commitment to society, we are constantly creating and promoting programs that emphasize our goal and minister to people’s physical, social and spiritual needs.

why shirdi

Shirdi also known as “Sainagar”

is a town in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Sai Baba, one of the greatest saints of India, lived in Shirdi for 60 years and elevated it to the status of a great spiritual centre.
Sai Baba was a generous donor and remained a fakir always by giving away all the dakshina to the needy. He led an exemplary life and showed the path of service to humanity. He took care of the sick and the needy, cooked food and served with his own hands to all.
An outstanding aspect of Sai Baba is that, he drew innumerable devotees to him from all over the country, irrespective of their caste or creed. He preached the Universal religion of Love with the mission, “Give Blessings” without discrimination to all.
Sai Baba was a generous donor and remained a fakir always by giving away all the dakshina to the needy. He led an exemplary life and showed the path of service to humanity. He took care of the sick and the needy, cooked food and served with his own hands to all.
I have been able to achieve everything in my life with the blessings and help of Sai. As a homage to Sai, I wanted to do something for him.
And the only way I could think of showing my gratitude towards him was by helping others. By following his saying in Sai Stayacharitra: ‘Manav Seva is Param Seva’ (Serving the mankind is the best service in the universe), I decided to work for the overall upliftment of the poor, underprivileged and deprived people through our services and material support. Since Shirdi is the home of great Saint Sai Baba, I could not think of a better place to start our work for the moral and ethical development of the society at large.

OUR JOURNEY

With the objective to promote Shri Shirdi Sai Baba philosophy and to accordingly support spiritual, cultural and charitable activities, I started searching for volunteer activities.
As a result, I came across Sai Ashraya Orphanage in Shirdi, which is run and managed by Mr. Ganesh Dalvi who has dedicated his life to spread the teachings of love, brotherhood and service to the humanity. Sai Ashraya Orphanage provides regular food, funding access to education, essential medical care and caring homes for orphans.
We believe in collaboration because we know this work is bigger than any one organization. It’s been 5 years now since Sai Sparsh got associated with Sai Ashraya Orphanage network, leading the movement to improve the lives of children, giving them a chance to become self-dependent and earn their livelihood with dignity.
Every child in the world deserves the right to lead a happy, safe and healthy life. We work hard to ensure that the children in our care will grow and develop in their confidence over time and have a chance for a better and brighter future.
Other than working with underprivileged children, our focus is also to empower women and make them self-reliant and independent. The idea of making women independent germinated from the observation that most women belonging to the lower-income group in Shirdi are dependent on their husbands. We wish to empower them by providing certified skill development courses with placements/job opportunities.
We ensure the solutions we provide our orphans and women are sustainable.