The Gupta Family Foundation wants to spread our message of hope and compassion.
We believe that a single action can make a difference in the community, and that collective action can greatly impact the world.
Through advocacy and outreach activities, our team passionately is driven each day to contribute their part to the greater good.
Chief Strategy Officer, Co-Chair
Suraj K. Gupta (Columbia MBA ’17) is passionate about using his platform to help those in need. Suraj is the Co-Founder, President and CEO of Rogue Insight Capital, and the CIO for the Easton’s Group and the Gupta Group.
Dr. Steve Gupta is the Founder of the Gupta Family Foundation. Dr. Gupta has undertaken various philanthropic endeavours over the years including projects to provide medical aid, disaster relief, clean water access, and more to people in need all over the world.
President & CEO, Co-Chair
Queen Rey has been changing the world through love and meditation. Reetu re-imagined the Foundation in 2020 with a mission focused on equality and empowerment through education and the satisfaction of basic needs.
The Gupta Family Foundation and Easton’s Group of Hotels are partnering with Global Medic to send aid directly to ops units in Turkiye. We want to take this time to provide a simple way for you to help humanity and this cause. The devastating earthquakes in Türkiye/Syria have been heartbreaking as families lose loved ones, become homeless and endure the ongoing shock of this tragedy.
You can donate now and save a life, a child, and a family by clicking the link below and contributing to this lifesaving cause.
The Gupta Family Foundation is pleased to announce its first project for 2021! In honour of Shri Brahmrishi Gurudev ji’s birthday, The Foundation will be partnering with the Simbi Foundation to build solar-powered schools in Africa. This initiative will be launching in the Bidibidi Refugee Settlement in Uganda – working with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to build and enhance four different schools across this settlement.
In December 2012, Dr. Gupta pledged a total of $100,000 to the ICC, and the directors of The Gupta Family Foundation volunteer with the ICC to help lead their various initiatives.
The organization is co-founded by the former Governor General of Canada The Right Honorable Adrienne Clarkson, and supports ongoing initiatives to help integrate new citizens into Canadian society including leading events during citizenship ceremonies, development of the Cultural Access Pass, building Citizenship programs, and opening doors for Canada’s newest citizens to Canadian experiences, places and spaces.
In October 2010, Dr. Gupta built the first 25-suite Senior Residence geared towards the Indo-Canadian Community. This home is located in Richmond Hill, Ontario and operates with the Voice of Vedas organization.
For the past 25 years, Dr. Gupta has developed and funded five Medical Eye Camps a year in India. These camps provide complete eye care for the under privileged in rural villages of India. The camps provide a complete eye exam, corrective glasses, medication as well as cataract detection and removal surgery. Food is also provided at these camps. Over the past 25 years, over 11,000 people have been treated and cured.
In collaboration with the Rotary Club of Toronto and the Rotary Club of the World, Dr. Gupta funded a complete Sanitation Project in the province of Rajasthan, India. A Girls School with 500 students did not have water nor did it have a sanitary waste disposal system. This 1.2 million Rupee project provided the school with complete washroom facilities and running water.
Dr. Gupta sat as Co-chair of fundraising efforts for the earthquake-stricken people in the state of Gujarat, India. The Gupta Family Foundation worked alongside several television stations (ATN, AsiaNet and CFMT), and with the federal Minister for International Co-Operation, and also held a candlelight vigil at Nathan Phillips Square to raise funds for this tragedy
The Gupta Family Foundation fully funded a private birthing unit for the Centenary Hospital; complete with all furniture and equipment. The foundation also sponsored the acquisition of a full incubator for premature babies and had these funds for the hospital matched by the Government of Canada.
Dr. Gupta funded and constructed a complete 20 bed ward in the Aggarwal Hospital located in Patiala, Punjab, India.