What we do in a line:
Good Samaritans India rescues the abandoned old, sick and the dying destitute suffering on roads and give them medical attention if needed and shelter them in one of our 3 shelter-homes at Hyderabad, Warangal and Aler.
Good Samaritan Trust was started by A.I George Rakesh Babu. He first opened a free clinic and started helping his patients by taking them to the hospital. He initiated this in 2008, and took a small room and kept sick patients and took care of them. Finally, it slowly turned into a ‘Welfare Centre’ and then a fully fledged ‘Destitute’ home. A formal TRUST was registered in the month of March 2011 with co-founders Sunita George and Yesukala.
The Good Samaritan’s are a very small group of people who are hands on in this activity. Medically trained, they also provide basic care, and run a small free pharmacy as well. They formed a formal trust in March 2011, so as to organize their effort and seek help for their activity. The good Samaritans have taken in around 300+ abandoned, old, sick or dying destitute till date from the roads. The people who get well go back to their families. Few of them stay back and help with the running of the home. Rakesh teaches those who stay back to dress the wounds and change diapers of the older adults. Some are responsible for cooking the meals. The good Samaritans is an absolutely profit free organization that aims to rescue people and take care of them absolutely for free.
They have 3 Shelter homes. One each in Hyderabad,Warangal and one in Aler are currently serving a number of 150+ residents. Apart from this the good Samaritans also engages in social awareness activities and are planning to expand their services to many parts of India.
Good Samaritans India,
Flat 3 block 5 ramaraju nagar colony,
Suchitra x Road Alwal,
Secunderabad, Telangana 500067