He wanted to become a doctor. Meeting with Acharya Vinoba Bhave in 1976 changed all that. In which Acharya Vinoba Bhave told him that the soul of India was in its villages and in fact true service to humanity lay in serving in the villages.
He established Sewadham Ashram in 1989 to provide a lifetime shelter to dying and destitute people with immense love, care and compassion. He left no stone unturned in his efforts to provide food, shelter, education and rehabilitation to those in need following a five-point doctrine of Sewa, Shiksha, Swasthya, Swavlambanand, Sadbhav with & Environment Protection.
Men, women and children who had been abandoned in a helpless condition in bus, railway stations, roads and hospitals have all found loving care and attention in Sewadham. Since its inception, more than 5000 people irrespective of caste, creed and religion, suffering from chronic or terminal diseases like cancer, HIV, AIDS, TB, mental illnesses, physical handicaps and dying and destitute people have benefitted from Sewadham. That’s not all; nearly 2000 people were rehabilitated and the last rites of more than 1500 people were carried out according to their individual religious belief systems.
Sudhir Bhai Goyal has a vision that in 2018 Sewadham Ashram should provide shelter & rehabilitation, food, medical aid, education to special children, health & hygiene cloths, proper care and maintenance with love, care and compassion to 1000 unfortunate souls who are living non-existent life and abandoned, neglected by our society.