Socio Care

Shri Satya Sai Narayan Seva

Satchikitsa Prasarak Mandal has commenced Shri Satya Sai Narayan Seva with a sole inspiration from Bhagwan Shri Satya Sai Baba that “Service to Man is Service to god”.

The people in the mofussil areas, who are underprivileged and socio-economically backward are generally hospitalized in Shri Vasantrao Naik Government Medical College Hospital, Yavatmal, Maharashtra. As per the norms, the hospital offers free food for the admitted patients. Pondering over their distressful agonies, the trust has taken a revolutionary decision and started offering free food service for the needy people under the tagline program.

“Shri Satya Sai Narayan Seva” on 1st November 1995. Till date, trust has provided free food service to these 6,20,000 people who got benefitted rather contended.

All Religion Mass Marriages

The trust organizes Shri Satya Sai All Religion mass marriages to spread the message of fraternity, integrity and equality among the people of all caste and creed.The trust goes on and provides wedding garments for brides and bride grooms including daily kitchen utensils, a “Mangal Sutra” consisting of 1-gram gold, breakfast and lunch to minimum 70 relatives of each couple on the day of marriage ceremony.

Having come into limelight the Government of Maharashtra had offered financial support to the trust as sense of gratitude for this much awaited and adorable event in the year 2017, under the scheme called “Baliraja Chetana Abhiyan”. In this event 97 couple tied the knot in the trust campus.

In 2018 mass marriages program had been scheduled in the huge campus of the trust under the banner of “Sarva Dharmiya Samuhik Vivaha Samithi”, this program was supported by prominent trusts of Yavatmal District.

Helping hands for victims of Natural Disasters

When the earthquake calamity occurred in Gujrat the volunteers organized a huge rally and accumulated more than Rs 20,00,000/- along with some useful domestic materials to distribute among the earthquake-stricken people, thus offering them mental solace.

There was a disastrous cyclone in Odisha following the Tsunami in Tamilnadu.The trust had distributed more 22 lakhs rupees worth material to the sufferers. For this wonderful rather herculean task. Government of Tamilnadu had applauded and issued an appreciation certificate for the services rendered by the trust which boosted the moral courage of the volunteers.

Continuing wearing the thread of service again the trust came forth and distributed clothes food and other necessary articles to the flood-stricken victims in Kolhapur District of Maharashtra also in the adjacent areas of Karnataka state in August-2019. The well-disciplined volunteers of the trust collected relief fund of Rs 2,70,000/- to give the helping hands to the needy flood victims.