Funding And Resources

The Sangha's main resources are drawn from its network of more than 400 selfless monks who are devoted to the cause of helping people in distress.
Volunteers also form an integral part of our organisations framework.

The Sangha also receives donations in the form of land from Governments and patrons that are used for the activities of the Sangha.

The Sangha's Moving Ashram network is instrumental in collecting donations in the form of alms traveling all over the country.


  Donors   Corporate Support

The Sangha would like to acknowledge donors who have contributed in making many of our projects successful.

  • Peerless General Investment Limited

  • Jindal Trust

  • Bank of Maharashtra Trustee Committee

  • The Times Foundation

  • CAPART- Council for Advancement of People Action & Rural Technology

  • Sushila Birla Memorial Trust

  • Indian Oil Corporation

  • State Bank of India

  • ONGC

  • AAP Children Foundation, USA

  • and Public donations and charities

  • Tata Steel, Jamshedpur
    The company donated land for the Sangha's Jamshedpur centre and is also actively involved in housing and construction projects in the state of Jharkhand.
     

  • Lafarge India
    The Sangha is working with Lafarge India for the development of a housing colony for Leprosy affected people in Jamshedpur as well as other construction projects.
     

  • Machintosh Burn (I) Ltd.
    The firm provides technical and engineering assistance for the hospital under construction at Joka.
     

  • SAIL

  • ONGC

  • Indian Oil

  • Nippon Foundation

 


Government Grants 

The Sangha works in association with various government agencies specifically in the area of Tribal Welfare. This is a continuous and long-term association with the Government of India implementing projects enabling tribals to be educated and self- sufficient.

The Sangha has joined hands with CAPART, an autonomous body that works with voluntary organizations and t he Government of India for sustainable development in rural areas. CAPART funded the Sangha's initiative of building 200 houses for families who had lost their homes in the Super Cyclone in Orissa.

Government Grants 

Times Foundation

The Foundation donated $300,000 towards the construction of 250 earthquake resistant homes and a community centre in Bhuj, Gujarat.






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