Satya Foundation, a public charitable trust registered under the Indian Trusts Act 1882 (also registered under section 12AA and 80G of the Income Tax Act), is an organisation committed towards rural resurgence and promoting Vedic and ancient sciences. It is promoted, governed and patronised by eminent personalities with exceptional social credentials that have come together to work for a resurgent India to make it a truly global powerhouse, further propelling India’s growth story. The Foundation strives to create an environment where the Government, public undertakings, corporates, NGOs and society collaborate for a common, greater public good.

In the last few years, Satya Foundation has served more than 10,000 people in Uttar Pradesh and its adjacent areas in NCR. The Foundation has been supporting activities related to providing sports infrastructure to budding sports persons, health facilities, skill development, hygiene, sanitation, drinking water and other related social projects. During the last 3 years, we have organised nearly 500 medical camps providing free consultancy, essential medical tests, medicines and financial assistance for surgeries to more than 1 lakh people living in villages in the district of Meerut, Muzaffarnagar, Shamli, Baghpat, Ghaziabad and Gautam Buddha Nagar.

Skill development training is also being provided to the rural poor for their self-reliance and making them adept in new technologies in the fields of agriculture and agro-processing.

The Foundation has recently forayed in the field of supporting the education sector by providing infrastructure and financial support to existing rural schools under the umbrella of SatyaGurukul.

SatyaGurukul through a MOU, will make use of already available infrastructure in villages that are struggling to make ends meet and enable delivery of quality education. A new age skill development centre that provides training to rural youth in disruptive technologies like machine learning, drone technology, 3D printing etc. is also proposed.

Success Stories

Organizing  such Free Camps In Various parts of Baghpat constituency is a part of Satya Foundation  Trust policy Of Creating General Health Awareness Throughout Baghpat. The Key Objective Behind found...

One of the primary ethos of the foundation is development of rural India. For this to happen, focusing on employment, education and empowerment of women is fundamental and the need of the hour, especi...

A Continuous Journey Towards Improving Rural Health  Satya Foundation and Maharaja Agrasen Sewa Samiti in collaboration with Aggarwal Associates organise free eye and ear medical camps in different...

Coronavirus pandemic upended and changed how we perceive, live and function in a society. While the pandemic impacting everyone’s life, it was the villages with limited awareness and scarce resources ...

Access to clean water is necessary for a healthy and hearty life. In our endeavor to provide for clean drinking water and a plethora of healthcare facilities in rural areas, the foundation has install...

Baghpat Lok Sabha Constituency is adjacent to National Capital Region (NCR) with the population of 11,63,931. It has produced several sports persons as youth of Baghpat takes deep interest in sports a...

The pandemic upended the lives of countless people in our country. An unprecedented time like this only showed us how we need to prepare ourselves for any health emergency in the future. Our ...

Release of a commemorative postage stamp on Swami Dayanand Saraswati’s 200th Birth Anniversary.   On 7th April 2023 the Hon'ble Vice President of India (HVPI), Shri Jagdeep Dhankhar, releas...

The foundation organised a free medical camp for the people of Basoli and surrounding villages in Baghpat, Uttar Pradesh on 7 May 2023. Prior to the pandemic, the foundation had successfully hosted 30...

Message from Our Chief Patron:

In a country like India where three fourth population resides in villages and agriculture is the foundation of economy, any concept of development of nation without rural development could be far away from the reality.

India lives in its villages, and while the cities have grown immensely over the last 20 years, rural areas have not seen that kind of development. For India’s economy to be strong, the rural economy needs to grow. Rural areas are still plagued by problems of malnourishment, illiteracy, unemployment and lack of basic infrastructure like schools, colleges, hospitals, sanitation, etc. This has led to youth moving out of villages to work in cities. This could be compared to the brain drain from India to US.

The goal of rural development is not easy to achieve due to geographical, social and economic disparities and differences. In this context, rural development should be taken up as a continuous dynamic process. Ever increasing population, poverty, illiteracy, diseases, unemployment, unequal distribution of land and all other resources, social injustice are some of the major impediments in the progress of rural India.

" If Rural India is Poor, then India is Poor "

Dr. Satya Pal Singh

Member of Parliament

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