The Satsang Seva Mission, inspired by Sri M, is an initiative supported by Satsang Foundation to serve humanity. It seeks to address the elementary needs of the poor and marginalized sections of the society during a humanitarian crisis. The strategy is a focused intervention in terms of comprehensive relief efforts — leveraged by the supporters and well-wishers of the Satsang Foundation.
The Satsang Seva Mission is currently active in 12 states of India, touching millions of lives.
The Satsang Seva Mission’s primary objective is to alleviate suffering, maintain human dignity, provide re-development assistance, and address the underlying factors leading to an emergency.
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The Satsang Seva Mission Relief Centers
Projects of The Satsang Seva Mission
Bengal Cyclone Relief Project
The catastrophic effects of Super Cyclone Amphan have left thousands of people in West Bengal without shelter, food, and safety. The Satsang Seva Mission, in tandem with the administration and Calcutta Foundation working on the ground, has been involved in fundraising to send relief packages to Sagar Island.
Covid-19 Relief Project
The poor and marginalized sections of the society are the hardest hit in the current crisis of COVID-19 pandemic in India. The Satsang Foundation (TSF) through the Satsang Seva Mission, in tandem with the administration and other organisations working on the ground, is providing relief to fellow citizens across cities in 12 states.