About Samoon Foundation

“As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands — one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.” — Audrey Hepburn 

The above lines are very much true! Every one of us should have a spirit to give our society something that would be beneficial to mankind as a whole.

“SAMOON” is a Garhwali word that means giving benevolently, without expecting anything in return and along with a feeling of brotherly love that is cherished for a lifetime. SAMOON is an abbreviation for “Social and Mankind Organization of Nation”. So, as the name suggests, it is an establishment that works for the welfare of mankind and society, through social work that is related to education, training, women empowerment, healthcare etc. The foundation was laid with an aim of presenting the valuable SAMOON for humanity. The organisation is a registered NGO under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 and has been serving the communities with great devotion and passion.


1. Women Empowerment & Economic Development

2. Education Support & Career Guidance

3. Food Assistance for Helpless & Differently-Abled People

4. Marriage Support & Enrichment

5. Humanity & Human Rights

6. Social Awareness & Community Development

7. Employment & Business Opportunities

8. Medical Support & Healthcare

9. Environment & Nature Preservation

10. To Promote and Support Language, Literature & Culture


Our vision is to empower the young people and women residing in remote Himalayan rural areas by equipping them with the skills necessary for self-employment and sustainable livelihoods.


We are dedicated to the mission of providing comprehensive skill development training to the youth and women in the rural Himalayan regions, with the ultimate goal of elevating their socio-economic well-being.


  1. Preserving and promoting local language, art and culture.
  2. Create developmental and good health awareness among the villagers.
  3. Organizing career guidance awareness among the students of the rural regions.
  4. To provide scholarships and financial help to underprivileged children for their basic education.
  5. Assist and schedule training programs for educated unemployed youth so that they get employment or could generate self-employment.
  6. To support and enhance women empowerment. Uplifting the status of women in society.
  7. Promote the need for tree plantation, pollution control and environmental awareness.
  8. Establish the means for providing medical assistance to the people suffering from diseases, especially for helpless people.
  9. To facilitate shelter and assistance to old people, children and persons with disability for their welfare.
  10. Work for the upliftment of villagers who are financially weak, help them in their overall development and well-being.
  11. Helping people who suffer due to natural calamities like earthquakes, floods, motor accidents etc.
  12. Provide free legal advice to the underprivileged.
  13. To educate people regarding the harmful effects of drugs and alcohol.
  14. Approaching local authorities and government for arranging land, buildings and other necessities for operating Schools/Educational Institutions/Library/Coaching Centers etc.
  15. Promote regional arts and crafts made by the locals.
  16. Arrange and manage various religious, social, cultural, and educational programs and events from time to time, so as to promote the region.
  17. Proactively participate in the development and promotion of micro-enterprises, small rural technologies & growth management small groups.
  18. To work towards health awareness and spread the knowledge among the villagers.
  19. Promote and protect the natural and cultural heritage and work on the strategy to promote tourism that would also generate employment at the regional level.
  20. Organizing events and programs with an aim to protect the global environment. Educating people to follow sustainable practices while using natural resources.