Helping the affected by Natural Disasters

Dr. C. B. Satpathy is the Founder Chairman of Shirdi Sai Global Foundation. This organization inter alia, is committed towards social welfare. Under the guidance of Dr. C. B. Satpathy, the Foundation undertook massive relief and rehabilitation work in areas affected by various types of natural disaster.

Helping the Differently Abled

Dr. C. B. Satpathy is the Patron of ‘Swabhiman’, a society in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, which aims at the noble cause of working towards establishing self-determination, equal opportunities and self-respect of the disabled people. ‘Swabhiman’ believes that a healthy society must be an inclusive society and aims at underling the fact that persons with disability are also productive element and equal partners in the society.

Helping the Under-Privileged

Dr. C. B. Satpathy is the Chief Patron and member of the Advisory Body of Sukarya, a registered, non-governmental organization working to improve the health and wellbeing of the underprivileged, especially women, children and adolescents living in the villages and slums of Haryana.

Helping the Leprosy affected

The Jeevan Deep Leper Colony is situated at R.K. Puram, New Delhi. Under the patronage, inspiration and supervision of Dr. C. B. Satpathy, the temple cum community hall of the colony was renovated and a temple of Shri Shirdi Sai Baba was got constructed and inaugurated by him on 15th June, 1995. In the premises of the temple, people feed the lepers, distribute clothes and conduct other social activities. Under the patronage of Dr. C. B. Satpathy, food, clothing, medical aid etc. are provided to the lepers. During the last two decades he has been associated with many such colonies inhabited by the leprosy affected in Modi Nagar and Ghaziabad.

Other Charitable Organisations

  • Dr. Satpathy is the founder patron of Sai Kripa Bangla Sansthan, Kolkata, a charitable Trust which has taken up a wide range of activities including Skill Development Training especially among widows and women belonging to the economically and socially weaker sections in the backward districts, such as South-24 Parganas, of West Bengal. The trust emphasizes on imparting quality training so that the trainees come up to the level where they can be organized as SHGs and then take up gainful employment activities. The young children from these weaker sections are provided Basic Computer training followed by an Industrial Electronics Course.The trust also regularly distributes clothes, utensils, and food items among the poorest and the needy in the backward districts. Among the beneficiaries are also included the much talked about “tiger widows” (widows of a fishermen who have been killed by tigers in the Sunderbans).
  • Dr. C. B. Satpathy is the Patron and guiding force of more than 200 Charitable Trusts spread across India and such organisations in USA, Australia, New Zealand, UK, Canada, Nepal and some other countries. These Charitable Organisations are instrumental in running free dispensaries, conducting free medical camps, feeding the poor, distributing clothes to the needy and contributing to various other social causes in different parts of India.