Sukrit Trust was the brainchild of Bhai Sahib Bhai Jasbir Singh Ji Khalsa and was officially launched by him on 25 September 2006, less than a month before his passing. Bhai Sahib had a very keen desire to help Sikh children succeed in life and wanted to establish an institution that would provide guidance and assist needy students to attain senior positions in the civil service and in the private sector.  The objectives of the trust are to provide Career Guidance, Coaching for Civil Service exams, Vocational Training, Self Hep Projects and Placement Services.

 To encourage and promote the recitation of Gurbani, the trust has undertaken various projects, arranged camps for Sikh children and youth in various parts of India, published several promotional materials including stickers, organised Gurbani recitation competitions and released a CD. Jaswinder Singh Khalsa of the Guru Nanak Trust (Manchester) UK and Prof Sarabjeet Singh from the Agricultural University, Ludhiana, have bene playing an active and leading role in spear-heading the projects of the Trust.