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About Us

Work hard, love all and serve all!

Shri Ekata Charitable Trust is non-profit organization dedicated to helping poor and underprivileged women, children and old aged. The Trust is established 1994. with an aim of uplifting the underprivileged section of the community by providing education, shelter, food and support for children, women and elders.

Trust is registered on 25th April 1994 under the registration number 21/94-95. For the last 24 years we are offering free service in social, educational, health and spiritual fields, and providing free food, shelter, education, medical facilities & counseling for destitute, old age, children and women who are in distress. We need your support to build self-sufficient, poverty free and bad habit free society.

We are registered under K.S.R. Act 1984 and possess 12. A. and 80. G that provide tax exemption to Indian donors. Trust also possesses F.C.R.A certificate for the foreign contributions.


We are embracing orphans, women and abandoned old age people and giving them a place to stay, food to eat, clothes to wear and proper guidance and education. We are helping deprived women by providing vocational training and chance of having job, so that they can build up their skills to stand on their own feet.

By incorporating the joint family concept in our facility, we intent to recreate a feeling of togetherness in our residents. Our staff is giving complete care and feeling of belonging and sharing that is making them feel like at home.

Our doors are wide open 24/7 in a rural area of Bangalore – Hegganahalli, Vishwaneedam Post in Peenya 2nd Stage.


Our vision is to build self-sufficient, poverty free and bad habit free society by providing health care, education, self-employment and spiritual guidance to the needy ones.


We work with marginalized sections of the society, especially with old age, women, children and disabled, towards their empowerment. Our mission is to help those in need to live happily and peacefully by giving them shelter, food, clothes, care and teaching them exercises, yoga, healthy diet and various self-awareness techniques.