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Food Ration Distribution 2021

When the pandemic started in 2020, we saw the economic devastation it had caused. Jobs and livelihood had been lost. To bring hope and dignity to our less fortunate brothers and sisters we started Sabka Saath Welfare Foundation, with your generous support to micro finance small businesses. We made reasonably good progress and kept you updated about our journey through messages on social media. But the second pandemic wave from March 2021 had been horrible. Many of us have lost loved ones and faced days of despair and helplessness. We all thank Allah for his rahmat on us. The poor among us have again faced hunger and destitution. No food no income no medicines. So Sabka Saath decided to shift the efforts to providing immediate help to those who deserved. Till date we have distributed over 1000 food packets each with ration for 12-14 days for a family of 5. The target groups have been identified through our volunteers and we have reached the neediest. Your continuing support has kept us going. We intend to distribute more food ration for another few weeks before livelihoods are restored. Please have a look at some photographs of our volunteers in the field doing Allah’s duty. Keep praying for us.

Blanket Distribution - Winter 2021-22

Over 600 blankets / lehaafs were also distributed among the deserving population.

Food Ration & Medicine Distribution During Covid 2020-2021

Sabka Saath distributed almost 600 packets of standard medicines free of cost on the advice of doctors, 700 food ration packets for a family of 4 (enough for 10-14 days) were distributed.

Vocational Training Center @ Amberganj and CWS

Sabka Saath runs two vocational training centers at Amberganj (Thakurganj) and Community Welfare School campus. Over 5 different courses are offered at these locations - Silai, Computer (MS-Office), Beautician, Henna , Make-Up artist,

Student Tuition Fees Sponsorship

Sabka Saath adopts tuition fee of 112 students at Community Welfare School and at other city schools. These students are from extremely marginalised families.