Do Roti Campaign

Sani Welfare Foundation was launched with the ‘Do Roti’ campaign, with an intent to provide free meals to as many hungry underprivileged people as possible.

Sani Welfare Foundation started as a proprietary self-funded organization – but later started accepting donations in kind and cash to expand its reach and provide nutritious meals to hundreds each day.

Under the Do Roti campaign, the foundation currently feeds anywhere between 1,000 to 1,500 homeless and underprivileged individuals each day.

Sani Welfare Foundation is in need of further funds and volunteer support to take this pious work forward and feed at least 10,000 impoverished people each day across 50 cities and towns of India. This translates to ~ 3.5 million free meals each year.

We plan to focus on less developed states of India – Orissa, Bihar, UP, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh, and West Bengal where thousands are reeling in abject poverty.

Free Health Clinic

Sani Welfare Foundation started a clinic in Hyderabad, India for those who have common ailments and are in need of medical treatment but don’t have money for the same.

We have appointed a senior experienced lady doctor, who is a gold medalist and serves other Government Hospitals, to run an evening clinic from 7.30 pm to 10 pm.

Sani Welfare Foundation procures good quality generic drugs at discounted rates and provides free medicines to poor patients.

Around 180,000 patients have been provided free treatment and medicines at the Sani Charity clinic over the last 6 years.

Silai se Kamai Tak

The Foundation started a livelihood program to empower women from economically backward areas by imparting vocational training.

We opened a tailoring training center in the state of Assam, India where women are taught to stitch clothes to earn a livelihood. This has increased the self-confidence of women and contributed to gender equality.

~ 1300 poor women who have trained over the last 3 years at our center.

Mobile Repair Workshops

In India – internet penetration is deep with over 500 million smartphone users.

With a view of engage and upskill the youth – Sani Welfare Foundation started an initiative wherein, it helps students get an internship in mobile repair shops. This helps them acquire a useful skill and earn while they learn.