Subhrajeet Gautam, a young college student , was driven by the extraordinary dream to see a day when no Indian child would be deprived of rights as basic as food , cloth , education, medical security and healthy environment.Like many of us, Subhrajeet too was upset when he saw disparities between privileged and underprivileged children. He never wanted to see children begging and working as servants. Unlike most of us though, he did something about it.
What I can do, I must do.
He joined his college social service club and visited slums, children in hospitals, held teaching classes for street children, and started a used cloth donation movement at a slum the club adopted.
In 2011 Subhrajeet started Umeed a drop of hope with Rs. 1500- around his mothly pocket money. He felt that something needed to be done to improve the situation of the underprivileged Indian child. Since its inception , more than 80,000 children have directly benefitted from his initiative. Subhrajeets effort provided the necessity things e.g. clothes, food, medicine and other basic things to millions of poor and needy people. He always worked towards nullifying the misbalance caused by us, our society, and people; and urge the "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Realize" mentality in living our daily lives here on our beautiful planet Earth.
All through the early, difficult years, it was Subhrajeet's passion and conviction that drove Umeed a drop of hope. He was firmly convinced that each of us can, in our own small way, be agents of change, and when enough of us are moved to this, the impact is a lasting change for the better.."Subhrajeet Gautam is the one of the few individuals who has devoted his life for the welfare of less privileged people. His initiative makes our youth a more respectful, proud, and conscious, sensible character, which will enable them to be even more valuable and appreciated members of our society. And will help to pave the way for a much better present and future for all.