The mission of the organisation is to provide homeless, abandoned children with the basics of life - a home, education, love and affection, and above all, an existence with dignity.
Saikripa is essentially the brainchild of Anjina Rajagopal. She had always nurtured the desire to work with poor children. Anjina Rajagopal was touched during her younger days by the plight of the orphans soliciting alms on the streets. This pushed her to come into the social work space, full-time, leaving behind a lucrative livelihood. In 1989, Sai Kripa was registered. In 2017, Ms. Anjina Rajagopal was awarded the Laasya Awards by the SUBH Power Collage Consultants Award for Women of Exceptional Background.
In 1988, Saikripa was like a baby lost in the woods - because nobody took Anjina and her brainchild Saikripa seriously. But slowly people started joining hands with Saikripa and a strong bond was formed.
On 27th February 1990 BAL KUTIR formally opened its doors to children at F-44, Sector-20. It started with one child but now it has grown into a large family of children who are as happy and intelligent as any child who has his own family.
Apart from this, 11 children have taken up jobs and are living independently,3 three girls have been married off and more than 75 children have been restored to their families with the cooperation of the police and the public. BAL KUTIR was set up not only to provide shelter and the basic needs of children, but also Home to provide them with love and affection. On 8th April 1991 Sai Shiksha Sansthan an English medium school was started in village with classes up to 2nd Std. Today the school has come up to the 10th std.
Children given nutritious food - 60
Children provided education up to Grade 10 - 69
Children educated at Sai Bal Sansar - 180