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Welcome to our nonprofit site! Jai Shree Krishna. A smile is a curve that sets everything straight. We smile when we are happy, when we want to send out a message of love or support, and when we are amused. To help needy and sometimes a smile on these needy souls will mean all these different things at once. Smiling can enlarge our sense of well-being. Our "smiles" are to gather "smile-makers" who wants to give support and wants to get involved to bring that smile on needy. Devon Charitable Trust would like to switch everyone's attention away from serious or neutral matters and, for few moments, smile and help some needy, we will sure relish the moment and the smile on needy's face. It is a glimpse of a new horizon, a fresh prospective, somthing that restores or enliven our spirits. Help someone, it's the ultimate stress relief.


We all have important values and ideas, things we care about and want to share. Sometimes we feel our ideas can even change the world, and we want to let other people know how they can join in and make all our lives better.

આપણે ઘણા ઉચ વિચારો અને અગત્યની વાતો અથવા જરૂરી વસ્તુ અને જીવનમાં કંઈ કરવાનું મન થાય, વિશ્વને બદલવાનું પણ મન થાય, લોકોને ભેગા કરી હળી મળીને આ વિચોરોનો અથવા કોઈ ભગિરથ કાર્ય કરવા સર્વને પ્રેરવા અને જીવનમાં સુધારો લાવવા પ્રેરણા આપવી.

Webinar Satsang in your Home.
The satsang on computer and via telephone is going on full throttle as we are now entering into fourth year. Join our Webinar Satsang. The satsang is relayed via computer and telephone. We have at the moment two thousand vaishnavs joining in every Wednesday at 8.30 p.m. BST (U.K time). Join Webinar Satsang today.

To Book your seat on Webinar, Click here.

Free Buttermilk Project.

Chaash for summer (Free).

We are entering into the third year of distributing CHAASH (buttermilk) to adivashi (local people) from Dharmapur, Gujarat India. Last two years we were able to reach our target. This year we have also decided to donate 1200 people on daily basis. More...

What does 'Morpich' logo represent?

Morpich Logo
Our Logo

The 'Morpeach' (peacock feather) depicts the animal kingdom that needs attention from humans; the three pots are symbols of need for food, medical etc. for needy human beings. The flute is a favourite instrument of Lord Krishna hence; it depicts religious aspects of our charity. The three flags are the nations in which we have established our Charity offices. Our motto is "To serve humanity is to worship God".

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