» INDIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY, ALANG (BHAVNAGAR) 2016
Refurbished the Orthopaedic and Burns ward of the Indian Red Cross Society in Alang, Gujarat. Initially set up in 1997 for the welfare of ship breakers, the facility was expanded in 2015.
» INDIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY, BOMBAY CITY BRANCH 2014-15
The Foundation in collaboration with the Indian Red Cross Society, Mumbai, constructed twelve much needed toilets in Wagachiwadi a remote tribal village, four hours from Mumbai. Mrs. Asha V. Sheth, Chairperson, inaugurated the toilets on International Women’s Day, March 8, 2015 handing over the care of each toilet to the woman of the family. Each family in Wagachiwadi now has a toilet.
» LOK CHETNA MANCH, RANIKHET, UTTARAKHAND, 2013-2014
The VJSMF made a donation towards extending relief and rehabilitation to the flood affected people of Uttarakhand.
» BIHAR FLOOD RELIEF, 2008-2009
Assisted Gramysheel, an NGO based in Bihar, to provide warm clothing
to disadvantaged children in the flood affected areas of Supaul district
» MUMBAI TERROR ATTACK, 2008
Supported families of Leopold Café employees killed in the Mumbai
Supported Bombay Community Public Trust for their project towards the education
of 30 children of the victims of the Mumbai terror attack at Chhatrapati
» FLOOD RELIEF FOR SIDI FAMILIES, 2006-2007
Provided assistance to the Siddi Goma Al-Mubrik Charitable Trust to
rebuild homes for Sidi families affected by the devastating floods in
Surat, Gujarat, 2006. The Sidis, a community originally from Africa
settled in India over 300 years ago, are an important part of Indian
» MUMBAI FLOOD RELIEF, 2005-2006
Supported the Bombay Community Public Trust (BCPT) to purchase uniforms
and schools bags for 400 children from flood-affected fishing villages
of Versova and Madh Island during the floods in Mumbai, July 2005.Also,
as part of the flood relief drive, helped rebuild the Women's India
Trust's (WIT) Panvel centre where the Foundation had donated teaching
» TSUNAMI RELIEF, 2005
Supported the C P Ramaswami Aiyar Foundation to provide relief material
to 170 tsunami-affected coastal families of Anumanthaikuppam in Tamil
Nadu. Household materials like utensils, stoves, mats, blankets, buckets
and lanterns were provided to the affected families. Students were given
books and stationery.
» CHILDREN FOR TSUNAMI RELIEF: EXHIBITION, 2005
Organised an exhibition of paintings on jute panels by children of Great
Eastern staff and the Akanksha Foundation to raise funds for a children's
park in Anumanthaikuppam in Tamil Nadu. The target of Rs. 2,00,000/-
was achieved and the park developed by the C P Ramaswami Aiyar Foundation.
» NON-FORMAL EDUCATION, VIMLA VIKAS KENDRA, 2004-2005
Supported Vimla Vikas Kendra in 2004-05, dedicated to the welfare and
education of street children working at the Mazagaon Docks, Mumbai.
The project supports 150 children between 8 and 14 years and provides
books and stationery.
» GIRLS' HOSTEL, KELSHI EDUCATION SOCIETY, 2004
Built a girls' hostel in Kelshi Education Society in Dhapoli, Maharashtra
to enable full school attendance and arranged free computers gifted
by the Lala Arjundas Seth Charitable Trust.
» TOY LIBRARIES, 2004
Established toy Libraries in coastal schools at Kovalam in Kerala, and
Vesawa, Marve and Worli in Mumbai through the Children's Toy Foundation.
Also supported a mobile toy van, which travels to ten construction sites
to entertain children of the workers in Mumbai. Toy libraries were also
established at Kelshi Education Society in Dhapoli and at the Women's
India Trust Centre at Panvel.
» DEVELOPMENT PROJECT FOR KOLI CHILDREN AND YOUTH, PRAGATI KENDRA TRUST, 2002-2004
Supported Pragati Kendra Trust to initiate and implement a developmental
project for the children and youth in Koli dominated areas of Worli,
Mumbai from 2002 to 2004. The project includes special classes for weaker
students and school drop-outs, balwadi (pre-school) programmes, holiday
camps and cultural programmes.