“SARVPRIYE FOUNDATION IS DEDICATED TO BUILDING A BETTER LIFE FOR WOMEN”
Women, the very backbone of our existence
Women have been facing misogyny, male chauvinism and violence since ages. They are denied their basic rights like education and employment opportunities which hinder their development in every aspect. In order to strengthen women, Sarvpriye Foundation focuses on the promotion of girl child education and provides support to the women who are victims of domestic violence by generating employment opportunities, organising awareness campaigns and establishing vocational training centers.
To remove the taboo of domestic violence from our society
Sarvpriye Foundation aims at removing this social taboo of domestic violence which proves to be detrimental in development of women, by raising awareness through campaigns and educational sessions.
To generate employment opportunities for everyone
Sarvpriye Foundation focuses on generating employment opportunities by establishing vocational training centers to enhance their working capabilities and giving them the confidence they need.
To educate women in order to bring a sense of self sufficiency in them
Sarvpriye Foundation strives to promote girl-child education to ensure that women are not denied the basic rights and are capable enough to sustain themselves and stand up for their rights.
Ms. Priya Gupta
Founder, Decisionmaker & Changemaker
“For the next couple of minutes, read and imagine what the following lines ask for –
You are a 9-year-old kid. A spirited, enthusiastic, and inquisitive child that yearns to
know about everything around. Every day, you come home, after having a tiring game of
cricket with your friends. But the game of cricket is not what tires you. The match that’s
lost is not what tires you, the scorching heat is not what tires you.
It’s the surrounding, the environment, the cheerful pain that you see in the eyes of the
kids in the backyard slum, that incline to go out and play but are so burdened by their
family pressure at this young age, decide to stay behind the cages and work.
Nonetheless, You come home, you complain, you talk to people around, you seek out
help and solutions to this apathy – yet you get nothing but a sweet goodnight kiss and a
tucked in bed as its clock is way past bedtime.
Like you and others, even I certainly have related myself to this little 9-year-old kid, all
throughout the experiences of my life – Hungry for social change.
With an entrepreneurial head combined with a selfless drive towards social
development and management, I am on the hunt towards converging and summing up
my passion and purpose in life into 1 single statement – Growing by growing others.
All this led to a fire in my heart to start an organization – “The surprise foundation”, An
NGO that promotes Women Entrepreneurship & Sustainability along with a focus on
child education across India.
As a Young Social Entrepreneur, I have embarked a journey towards establishing a
a community that promotes equitable and cohesive living in the society.
I believe that to bring social prosperity, it’s extremely necessary to change the
the mindset of people, hence creating a mass movement in the concerned areas is the catalyst.”
Mr. Aakarshan Sethi
Project Officer & Influencer Innovation & Entrepreneurship Specialist
Mr. Ayush Raj
Lead - Finance & Partnerships
Ms. Sanaya Nayak
Executive Member - Partnerships
Ms. Pooja Chhetri
Lead - Business Development
Mr. Priyanshu Jain
Lead - Research, Development & Data Analytics
Ms. Shreya Saxena
Lead- Website Development
Mr. Abhishek Arya
Member- content marketing team
Ms. Mahee Malik
Team Lead - Volunteers
Mr. Nikhil Priya
Ms. Ritika Chauhan
Ms. Deeksha Wadhwa
People working behind Sarvpriye Foundation keep only 1 thought in mind –
“Grow by growing others”
The latter part of the phrase poses a major influence in our lives and the way we work.
Thus,our ideologies, projects, yojnas – all revolve around the concept of doing small contributions and improving the world around us.
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