The Indian culture significantly shows the integration of the country and its people
into its land, surroundings, and its nature. But, it is not quite enough in the
contemporary world. The contemporary world requires much more careful and
specific positive human intervention. Today, nature is not what the tales of the past
tell us. It is ENDANGERED. Cities pollute it, industries exploit it, and people
simply overlook it. We must strive to be better, to be greater. And so, in the need
of achieving the humanitarian mission of becoming greater, The Sacred Tree
Foundation was established.
We are an organization that identifies and acknowledges the many issues faced and
the problems caused by today's society to Mother Nature. We aim at contributing
to the revival and welfare of nature and society. The Sacred Tree is a non-profit
organization with no permanent employees. Every act for the betterment of our
surroundings is genuine, without any ulterior motive for personal gains. Every
person that chooses to help out at the Sacred Tree as a concerned citizen and
wishes to give back to society is welcomed with open arms. There is no payment
So far, we have carried out a food distribution program at a Leprosy Rehabilitation
Center in New Delhi, raised donations to feed the hungry at AIIMS Crossing in
Delhi, to help children suffering from eye diseases in Rajasthan, for the poor
requiring free medical and dental attention, and charitable schools in Delhi and
Mumbai providing free education to the urban poor.
We have the ambition to make India a better place with our efforts. Also, we plan
to grow over 20 million trees within the next 5 years and extend our reach to most
states in India.
"We intend to make the world a better place, and will not stop anytime soon. To
fulfill our goals, there is a need for action, and for action, we require as many
willing people as possible. In this fight to make things right, you can join us too.
Donate, work as a volunteer, or write educational articles for The Sacred Tree
Blog. There are numerous ways to contribute.
Feel free to check these out by
visiting our activities page!"