Chiral organocatalysts are extensively in demand over the past 30 years for the synthesis of asymmetric compounds with remarkable stereoselectivities in high yields. In addition to these great facilities, they are eco-friendly, non-toxic, highly stable, and inexpensive structures so that a tremendous amount of studies has been developing. Besides, recyclable organocatalyst studies are of great interest to develop their environmental-friendly feature lately. Increasing the usage of these catalysts by saving the asymmetric results could become the most desirable characteristic in near future. This survey summarizes the following studies that have been done so far to enlight this subject and our headlights cover-up silica supported organocatalysts, polymer supported organocatalysts, magnetic nanoparticle supported organocatalysts, gold nanoparticle supported organocatalysts, ionic liquids organocatalysts and fluorous supported organocatalysts.