• Promotes Literature, Culture and Social activities. Sahyog Foundation Corner—the first of its kind – has been set up at Kalina Campus in University of Mumbai for development of Sindhi Language. Sahyog Foundation Corner is fully equipped with library, computers and modern gadgets.
  • Gives Awards every year to recognise achievers in various fields. Sahyog Foundation also gives scholarships, loans and donations in cash or kind to deserving and needy persons. Sewing machines are being distributed free of cost by the Foundation to women or widows who have no other source of livelihood.
  • Renders help to downtrodden people, blinds, persons living below poverty line and orphans by arranging for their livelihood, financial assistance or any other suitable method.
  • Organises Seminars, Symposiums, Sammelans, Exhibitions, Melas, Cultural and Library programmes to encourage budding artists, writers and musicians. Sahyog Foundation has recently started its audio-video wing division mainly to encourage up and coming artists.
  • Organises socio-educational and cultural tours within the country and abroad to study social, educational and cultural development.
  • Aims to establish schools, colleges, and libraries or give assistance to such persons or institutions that come forward to take such enterprises. Due to initiative by Sahyog Foundation, Sindhu Bhasha Bhavan (Proposed) is expected to come up at the Kalina Campus of University of Mumbai at an estimated cost of Rs.Three crore. Besides, Sahyog Sports Complex has come up at Sadhu Vaswani College in Bairagarh, Bhopal
  • Publishes works of well-known authors. Sahyog Foundation has also come out with its own publication “Sahyog Times International”, a complete family magazine mainly to educate youths about our rich and ancient culture
  • Promotes unity, harmony and National Integration through the medium of stage and music.
  • Provides free medical help to the needy persons.Sahyog Foundation has organised free medical camps in the past.
  • Launched tirade against social evils such as dowry menace and drug abuse. Dramas have been enacted to educate youths about the ill-effects of drugs.
  • Sahyog Parivar comprises Ram Jethmalani, Vilasrao Deshmukh, Nana Chudasama, Sunil Gavaskar, Ajit Wadekar, Dr.B.K.Goyal, Dr. Snehlata Deshmukh, Asha Parekh, Dev Anand, Ashok Advani, Anup Jalota, Chander Manghnani and Ram Buxani.



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