An Anchored Next Generation Secure
in their True Calling.
The Santhosa Samsara Social Charitable Trust was started in 2009 by George Ebenezer and his wife Manju George. It began with the vision of being an orphanage for children who were from hard places. Starting with three children, Santhosa Samsara eventually grew to nine and the orphanage had slowly turned from an institution into a family.
Similar to how the identity of the orphanage had changed, a growing awareness of the range of issues that plagued children today led to an expansion of the vision for the trust. It began to develop wings that counter problems like a lack of access to education, poverty, abandonment and most recently child abuse and trauma.
Santhosa Samsara is still growing and has a team that’s deeply dedicated to the mission of touching the lives of abused, neglected and disadvantaged children.
Based on Our Values and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, our Guiding Principles at Santhosa Samsara are:
George Ebenezer is an expert in the field of human engineering and development, with special focus on children.
Over 600,000 children, 26 countries, 200+ cities over the past two decades. Conducted Programs in 150+ educational contexts.
Trainer, Teacher and Key-Note Speaker in conferences, seminars and programs. Notable examples include working with the UN in relief efforts and being a member of the World Without Orphans global facilitation team.