• Heavy rains wreak havoc in
    Western Maharshtra
    From 6th Aug 2019, heavy downpour lead to flooding, risking numerous lives in Kolhapur and Sangli districts of Maharashtra.
  • Heavy rains wreak havoc in
    Western Maharshtra
    From 6th Aug 2019, heavy downpour lead to flooding, risking numerous lives in Kolhapur and Sangli districts of Maharashtra.
  • Embracing New Beginnings
    Malin Gaon

Established

Sakal Relief Fund is a Trust established in the year of 1943 and got registered in the year 1979 to render help to citizens.

We Help Them.

To do all that is required for people who are socially, economically or otherwise affected by such calamities.

Include Calamity

Sakal Relief fund was formed to help the Indian Citizens who are victims of Natural Calamity or Man Made Calamities.

Welcome to SAKAL RELIEF FUND

The Sakal Relief Fund has been raising funds and extending financial assistance during natural calamities in India since 1942. Sakal Relief Fund is one of the largest donors in India. Mr. Pawar is Chairman of Board of Trustees.

The Sakal Relief Fund, which was initiated during the Bengal famine in 1942, and continues to collect funds through small and large contributions from the public. The fund has since then continued helping victims of floods, droughts, wars and such calamities.

Ongoing Project - Maharashtra | 2019

Cataclysmic Rain Washes Off
Kolhapur - Sangli Donate Now Read More

Floods have hit the districts of Kolhapur and Sangli hard with the city of Sangli completely marooned. As many as 223 villages in Kolhapur have been affected. Around 38,000 people are staying in relief camps in 152 places in Kolhapur district.

We’re raising funds to provide daily essentials, food, clothes, medicines and relief materials in that region.

Your contribution will help us intervene in Kolhapur and Sangli through humanitarian aid kits and medical kits.


1 crore has been raised to rehabilitate Kolhapur - Sangli

Ongoing Project - Kerala | 2018

The Worst Flood
South Indian State Of Kerala Donate Now Read More

From 8 August 2018, severe floods affected the south Indian state of Kerala, due to unusually high rainfall during the monsoon season. It was the worst flood in Kerala in nearly a century.
Over 483 people died, and 14 are missing. About a million people were evacuated.

Proposed Work -
2 High Schools Constructions for Students - Total Expenses - 2 Cr

Total Donation - 2,00,00,000/-
Total Beneficiaries - 5,000 Students Approximately

Ongoing Project - Maharashtra | 2013

De-Silting Activity for
Drought Free Maharashtra Donate Now Read More

We have completed De- silting work in 588 villages from the year 2013, across Maharashtra which has been helpful for the villages to have their own source of water. For the same we have contributed an amount more than 11 Crores INR.

This year 2019 we have adopted 100 villages across Maharashtra to work for Desilting.

Proposed Work -
We have completed De- silting work in 588 villages from the year 2013, across Maharashtra which has been helpful for the villages to have their own source of water. For the same we have contributed an amount more than 11 Crores INR.

Total Beneficiaries - 35,28,000 Villagers Approximately

Completed Projects

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