Sahyog Foundation is a Socio-Cultural-Educational Organisation; a nursery of dreams cherished by the society formed by a group of young and dedicated persons in 1988 to promote Art, Culture and National Integration and to strive for the uplift of downtrodden apart from launching a tirade against social evils such as dowrymenace, drug abuse etc.

With a humble beginning 17 years ago, the organization under the stewardship of Chairman Ram Jawhrani has made rapid strides and to-day occupies a prominent place among non-governmental organization in the country.

Initially, Sahyog Foundation focussed on helping widows with sewing machines for self occupation and supporting the sick and ailing persons with doles, medicines and free treatment, besides encouraging art and culture through stage shows and programmes. Slowly and gradually the Sahyog Parivar (family) expanded its fold and several prominent persons in the society came to be associated with the organisation.

Separate Committees have been formed in various categories to serve the society. They are headed by prominent personalities who are considered as authority in their respective fields. These committees undertake various activities for the betterment of society and confer “Sahyog Awards” on Individuals/Institutions to honour achievers.

One of the outstanding achievements of Sahyog Foundation was the “Sahyog Foundation Corner” set up by the University of Mumbai at its Kalina Campus to promote Sindhi language and literature. It was declared open in 1997 by pro Vice Chancellor Naresh Chandra, World President of Giants International, Nana Chudasama, Chairman of Sahyog Foundation Ram Jawhrani and Editor of Navbharat Times Vishwanath Sachdev.

“Sahyog Foundation Corner”, the first of its kind in the country, endeavours to preserve all books of Sindhi Scholars and rare literary materials in audio and video formats apart from promoting research in Sindhi language. Sahyog Foundation renders help to needy students by giving scholarship and organizes free medical camps to provide health checkup and medicines for poor families. It also distributes tri-cycles to the physically handicapped persons.

One of the objectives of Sahyog Foundation is to promote Indian Literature. In this endeavor, Sahyog Foundation brings out two publications 'Sahyog Times International' in English and Sindhi to make the younger generation aware about their rich culture.

With a view to promoting Art & Culture, Sahyog Foundation has been organizing several exhibitions of paintings and photographs of up-coming artists.

Sahyog Foundation also conducts Personality Development Course for students in various colleges of Mumbai.

Sahyog Foundation has now spread its tentacles outside Maharashtra in states such as Gujrat, Rajsthan, Madhya Pradesh and Delhi. Sahyog Sports Complex has come up at SadhuVaswani college in Bairagad,Bhopal.

Municipal Corporation of Mumbai recognized the social & cultural service of the Foundation by naming Sahyog Foundation Chowk at an elite area at Khar/Bandra.

Registered under the Public Trusts & Socities Reg. Act.