About Us

Our Trust started in the year 2010, to help the poor and needy. The Trust was registered according to the norms of the Indian Government Trust Act 1882 rules and since then, it is actively involved in social work. About a decade earlier, a few souls have gathered together for a good reason – to dedicate their time, resources and skills in reaching out to those women, children and the families in need, irrespective of their caste, creed and status. Little did that group of dedicated persons knew that today they would be successfully running an established NGO, ‘Drishti Foundation Trust’ spread across more than Nine states, having an army of volunteers, touching the lives of thousands of needy women, children & families, based around the belief – to help make this world a better place for the under privileged. Openheart Social Organisation & Charitable Trust has been helping children from urban slums and other vulnerable communities to move on in life with the means of providing education and healthcare facilities. OSOC Trust believes in providing all the resources to the needy children to support & direct their childhood in a leading way; by educating & empowering them to help write their own destiny. Many women die every day in our country due to complications in pregnancy or childbirth. Low birth-weight and poor growth due to malnutrition mean many children do not live to see their future. OSOC Trust focuses on providing access to essential heath care including maternal care, Cancer, TB, HIV/AIDS and Covid-19, prevention by spreading awareness and its treatment.

How is it maintained ?

At present a part of Founder’s earning is spent on this project. Few friends, who have a concern about these charity activities, are also participating in the work. At times we are conducting Health Camps at different places, where some experienced and qualified doctor’s partner with our trust to treat the patients. Free Medicine is being supplied to the poor people. Awareness Camps on TB, AIDS, Cancer, Covid-19 are conducted. There is a lot more to do.

What more we want to do with your support

We seek your noble support for extending our services to poor and ill-fated people. Poor students, have to discontinue their studies in need of financial help. Many philanthropists are doing a lot in this regard through various organisations at present. Is it not our minimum courtesy to think for a moment about these ill-fated children? TB, Cancer, Covid / AIDS is a persisting horrifying disease. How satisfied they could be if their minimum needs are provided, before their demise? What is our part in this? A small word of solace, a square meal a day for these unlucky people, and some help to the children of these patients who are to become the victims of these dangerous diseases shall be a praiseworthy gesture. Therefore, in respect of the above aspects, we humbly request you to render your help and service to the poor & old needy people. If you are satisfied and impressed, please make it convenient to pass this message to your friends also and become a passionate partner in this worthy attempt.

Concessions from the Government of India under section 12A & 80G

After careful observation of the social work carried out by the Trust, the Government of India has sanctioned Income Tax relief under 80g. A Certificate to this effect has been awarded to the Trust and which is useful to give a concession of Income Tax exemption 1961 rules to the Donors.

How does it work

This concession inspired some of the employees to donate small amounts from their income to the trust.

Caste or creed no bar

Help from the Trust shall be extended to the poor, the disabled, and the destitute irrespective of caste or creed.

Service to humanity is service to God

So, once again, I put my humble request before you to support my work and help the people left in pecuniary conditions.