The establishment of the destitute home was a direct outcome of the experiences encountered during the Food for the Hungry program. The staff and the volunteers of Prachodana Social Service Society witnessed numerous instances of pain and suffering while conducting the program. The sight of sick and destitute individuals dying on the streets prompted the society to take responsibility for their well-being.

Shanti Ashram, located in Jasola Vihar, New Delhi, serves as a home for approximately 25 sick, elderly, and destitute individuals who previously lived without hope on the streets or were dying without any assistance. At Shanti Ashram, these individuals are provided with essential necessities such as food, clothing, medicine, and medical care. During their stay, efforts are made to identify their families. Those who do not have any families or support systems continue to reside in the Ashram.

If you require a voucher for the purpose of supporting Shanti Ashram or contributing to the care of its residents, it would be best to directly contact Prachodana Social Service Society. They will be able to provide you with the necessary information and guidance on how to contribute to this noble cause and provide assistance to the sick, elderly, and destitute individuals residing at Shanti Ashram.