Community Welfare

The upcoming generation are the most important and most affected when talking about our global future – and we owe them more than what currently we are undergoing. It’s high time we start thinking and acting long-term considering the well-being of the future and design a society, economy and community that cares for all people.

SRKKF collaborates with recognised institutions having the vision to drive research and innovation in social and community work. The foundation aims to build a better society for the next generation. Hence, we mentor research scholars and work in tandem on socially relevant projects. They will also share best practices, latest technologies and in the process, help build a future-ready talent pool through a continuous exchange of knowledge and information. It will pave the way for the removal of various blind-folded beliefs prevailing in society. It will support multiple constructive initiatives in the community.

Alignment with UN SDG goals
The overall work of SRKKF in the area of community welfare addresses the following United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:

  • SDG 1: No Poverty
  • SDG 2: Zero hunger
  • SDG 3: Good Health and Well Being
  • SDG 6: Clean water and sanitation
  • SDG 7: Affordable and clean energy
  • SDG 8: Decent work and economic growth
  • SDG 11: Sustainable cities and communities
  • SDG 13: Climate Action
  • SDG 17: Partnerships to achieve the goal

People Reached

Various Initiatives

On 15th Aug. 2022 on the occasion of India’s 75 years of Independence, we committed to the Installation of Residential Solar Rooftop at the homes of 750 martyred soldiers and unsung heroes across India.
An event named “Hum Chale toh Hindustan Chale” to felicitate our brave army jawans was organised at Kutch at the Indian border. The chief guests were the then Home Minister of India, Shri Rajnath Singh, and the Former CM of Gujarat, Shri Vijay Rupani. SRKKF honoured the jawans by gifting them an ambulance and providing aid to the families of the martyrs. The following were our humble contributions:
  • Inaugurated a medical centre for the jawans at the border
  • Mattresses for the jawans
  • Sun-glasses for the jawans
  • Water purifiers installed
  • A few jawans were also felicitated for extra-ordinary service
With the increasing dowry demand and ostentatious style of marriage celebration a daughter's marriage becomes a heavy burden for parents of moderate means. Our Samuh Vivah thus intends to intensively contribute in decreasing the hefty coast aligned with marriage ceremonies. Utensils & kitchenware, Home Appliances, Furniture, Holy Books and Jewellery worth Rs. 1,50,000 approx are provided to each couple.
Every year we organise Samuh Vivah, and so far, we have conducted following number of marriages successfully:
Year Number of Couples Married
2020 74
2019 75
2018 24
2017 18
2016 221
2015 251
Total 663
Shri Govindkaka and revered Pujya P. P. Swamiji were travelling by car once in August 2017. Shri Govindkaka saw a statue of Lord Hanuman standing below a tree under the open sky. He did not feel this right and told Swamiji that “Our God put up like this does not seem right according to our culture”. Swamiji replied, “Such is the situation in the entire Dang district. There is a lot to be done, but who will do it? and how much to be done?” Shri Govindkaka said that the Lord has blessed us with a lot, and he would like do as much help as possible as a gesture to thank God. “If I do everything then I will feel proud so I would like to contribute 50% of the cost as a collaborator; so, we would have built this temple with all of us donors contributing.” In 2017, the inauguration of the first 6 temples was completed by hands of revered Pujya Morari Bapu. On March 24, 2019, the inauguration of other temples was done by the graceful hands of Pujya P. Swamiji. Under this program, work is going on in various villages of Dang like Jankhna, Seenband, Dhoomkal, Kotmadar, Vanaar, Ghogali, Umaria, Ukhriya, Borigaavtha, Maharaichond, Muranbi.
Served around 55 tons of food materials to prevent shortage due to COVID-2019 outbreak.

SRKKF during the pandemic lockdown time in year 2020 came together with Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) to aid in the preparation of grocery kits for the less-privileged in order to tackle food shortage. The kits consisted of pulses, beans, vegetables, cooking oil, wheat flour, rice, etc.

Nearly 55 tons of daily essential food items like wheat flour, rice, sugar, pulses, cooking oil, and vegetables were donated by SRKKF. We also facilitated in supplying all these items to the homes of the needy people.

We also helped arrange meals for the 400-500 staff members of Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC). In addition, we aided in providing food packets to people across various cities in partnership with the Corporation.

A ‘Gita Gyan Rath’ has been prepared for the people of the city of Surat, which was ceremonially dedicated to the society on 19th March 2022 with the blessings of Pujya Govinddevgiri Maharaj, Hon. Treasurer of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerthshetra Trust.

The Rath has been constructed with a cost of Rs. 40 lakhs wherein all the religious books printed at the Gita Press of Gorakhpur, which is the largest press in the Asia region wherein till date for 99 years more than 70 crore books have been printed will be kept. People will be able to select any book of their choice and deposit any value as they wish in the box placed at the Rath.

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