Bhai Kanahaiya Manav Sewa Trust



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About Us

Help is Our Main Goal

On January 1, 2005, the NGO “Bhai Kanhaiya Manav Sewa Samiti” was founded in Sirsa, Haryana, by Bhai Gurvinder Singh. It later evolved into the “Bhai Kanhaiya Manav Sewa Trust.” The organization’s primary mission is to aid homeless, helpless, and destitute individuals who are enduring challenging phases in their lives. To fulfill this mission, the trust established the “Bhai Kanhaiya Ashram,” a residential home for destitute individuals. Here, they provide essential services such as medical treatment, food, clothing, care, and other necessities, all funded by public support and offered without any charges.

The trust’s journey began with the distribution of milk to patients at the Civil Hospital in Sirsa on January 1, 2005, with the assistance of local volunteers.


After the successful implementation of the milk service at the Civil Hospital, Bhai Gurvinder Singh aspired to broaden the Samiti’s services into other social domains, particularly in the areas of health and education. As part of this expansion, the trust organized a Blood Donation Camp for patients in need. The inaugural camp took place on August 13, 2006, during which 92 units of blood were collected and donated to the Shiv Shakti Blood Bank in Sirsa. The trust has since conducted 50 blood donation camps, hosting three such events every year, while continuously encouraging new donors to participate in each camp.

The trust also extended its milk distribution service to evening hours for hostel students at the Deaf & Dumb School. Upon arriving to serve milk to the students, volunteers encountered darkness on the school premises. This was a time when electricity cuts were common in Haryana, and the school had no alternative power source besides electricity. In response, the trust extended its helping hand by installing four battery inverters as an alternative power source. To this day, both the milk distribution and electricity supply services continue to thrive.

Our Mission

We work around the globe to save lives and defeat poverty

In rural India, there exists a substantial population of individuals with various disabilities. Regrettably, due to a combination of ignorance and poverty, many parents lack the knowledge and resources to properly care for their disabled children, provide them with adequate treatment, education, and fulfill their needs. In essence, economically disadvantaged parents struggle to accommodate an additional family member who may not contribute financially but requires significant attention and care. Consequently, these children often find themselves neglected and unnoticed, relegated to a corner of their homes. In some distressing cases, parents resort to restraining their disabled children, causing disturbances in their surroundings.

The plight of female patients is even more distressing. If, by unfortunate circumstances, a female patient happens to step out of her home, she becomes vulnerable to exploitation by unsavory individuals. This results in physical abuse, and tragically, many women residing in shelters have endured such experiences in their past.

A helpless person is one whose fundamental survival needs are not met, hindering their access to essential elements for health and social development. This problem is further exacerbated by the mistrust and prejudice they encounter from the public and authorities who perceive them as unclean or unhygienic.

“Bhai Kanhaiya Ashram” serves as a sanctuary for the helpless and needy, offering them an opportunity for rehabilitation, care, and treatment. Just as we care for our family members, it is our moral obligation to extend this care to those who need it, especially in their most vulnerable moments. By addressing both their physical and mental needs, we can provide the unconditional support they require.

With the blessings of the divine and the support of our benefactors and the community, the “Bhai Kanhaiya Manav Sewa Trust” is committed to an ongoing mission of healing the ailing and extending help and support to an increasing number of individuals. Since its inception, the trust has been unwavering in its dedication to achieving its objectives for the betterment of society.

Our primary mission is to provide unconditional opportunities for treatment, rehabilitation, and shelter to those who have been neglected and marginalized, including individuals who are mentally or physically ill, orphaned, handicapped, and destitute. These individuals, often overlooked by both the government and society, deserve a chance at rehabilitation and reintegration into their families. We advocate for the rights of the most vulnerable segments of our society, irrespective of their mental, physical, or financial status.

Furthermore, we strive to raise awareness within our community on environmental issues and the pressing concern of female feticide.

Our History

Success can be achieved irrespective of disability.

“Bhai Kanhaiya Manav Sewa Trust” has been a beacon of hope for numerous individuals affected by road accidents, medical emergencies, mental disabilities, and sexual abuse. These individuals, often neglected and forced to scavenge for sustenance on the streets, found solace in the form of shelter, food, clothing, and medical care through the benevolent outreach of this trust.

The driving force behind these transformative efforts is a group of optimistic and compassionate young people. Among them, “Bhai Gurvinder Singh” stands out as an inspiring figure. Despite enduring a devastating road accident that left him with severe injuries, including fractures in both arms, one leg, ribcage, and backbone, he refused to succumb to despair. After an arduous four-month hospitalization, medical professionals delivered the sobering news that he would spend the rest of his life in a wheelchair due to paralysis in the lower part of his body.

During his treatment at D.M.C. Hospital in Ludhiana, Bhai Gurvinder Singh observed a dedicated group of volunteers providing morning and evening servings of milk and bread to patients. This heartwarming display of selflessness ignited a spark within him, inspiring him to envision a similar service in Sirsa once he recovered from his injuries. 

Despite multiple hospital visits over three years seeking better treatment outcomes for his lower limbs, he never lost hope. While many individuals might have succumbed to depression in such circumstances, Gurvinder Singh remained determined to aid those in need with a positive outlook on life.

Haunted by the memory of the compassionate volunteers he encountered at D.M.C. Hospital in Ludhiana, Gurvinder Singh decided to share his vision for social service with his friends, including Ranjeev Garg, Rishi pal Jindal, Harbhans Lal Jindal, Sudhir Marodia, and Gurmeet Singh Kuka. They wholeheartedly embraced the idea of social service and collectively decided to establish a committee in honor of the great Sikh historical figure and symbol of humanity, Bhai Kanhaiya, a disciple of Guru Gobind Singh. This committee resolved to initiate the provision of milk to patients at the civil hospital starting on January 1, 2005. Thus, the Bhai Kanhaiya Manav Sewa Trust came into existence, becoming a ray of hope for those in need.

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