….. the hungry we feed, the sick we treat, the naked we cloth and the illiterate we provide an education.       Every gift is needed; every gift is appreciated; every gift makes a difference! When you donate to SFWS, you much appreciated contribution is utilized directly for the benefit of needy we serve. You can make a difference!      your contributions towards SFWS are eligible tax benefit u/s 80 G of Income Tax

On the occasion of Children's Day, Sankalp Foundation Welfare Society would like to announce a scholarship programme to give free educational help to 25 poor and needy children. If anybody is interested in contributing to this cause, are most welcome to write to us expressing their interest in the same at our email address: info@sfws.org

For Help & Support:

By Draft/Cheque
Sankalp foundation welfare society

ACCOUNT NO. : 0649-2011-0039-50
IFS CODE: ORBC-0100002

Note:  Your contributions towards SFWS are eligible tax benefit u/s 80 G of Income Tax

 Where We Work:

We have the following awareness proposed programs/Activities in our main agenda to archives to aims. The activities are purely based to the help to affective / needy directly.

  1. Education


    About two thirds of the illiterate adults in the world are female. Higher levels of women's education are strongly associated with both lower infant mortality and lower fertility, as well as with higher levels of education and economic opportunity for their children. Education is one of the most important means of empowering women with the knowledge, skills and self-confidence necessary to participate fully in the development process. Closing the gender gap in education is a development priority. Education is important for everyone, but it is especially significant for girls and women. This is true not only because education is an entry point to other opportunities, but also because the educational achievements of women can have ripple effects within the family and across generations. Investing in girls' education is one of the most effective ways to reduce poverty. Investments in secondary school education for girls yield especially high dividends.

    SFWS supports a variety of educational programs, from literacy projects to curricula development with a focus on reproductive and sexual health. Because of the sensitivity of these issues, the focus and names of the educational programs have gone through a number of changes over the past decades.

    SFWS providing better healthcare for the poor and the homeless so that they can get and keep regular and gainful employment and so that their children can attend school often enough to get benefit from education and break the poverty cycle.

  3. Medical

  4. Free medical assistance/camps including AIDS/HIV programs.


    Women, for both physiological and social reasons, are more vulnerable than men to reproductive health problems. Reproductive health problems, including maternal mortality and morbidity, represent a major – but preventable - cause of death and disability for women in developing countries. Failure to provide information, services and conditions to help women protect their reproduction health therefore constitutes gender-based discrimination and a violation of women’s rights to health and life.
    Reproductive health is a lifetime concern for both women and men, from infancy to old age. Society supports programming tailored to the different challenges they face at different times in life.
    SFWS is committed to increasing medical community awareness and improving the lives of those affected by these diseases. This is an ambitious task and we need your help.

  5. Social


    Gender equality implies a society in which women and men enjoy the same opportunities, outcomes, rights and obligations in all spheres of life. Equality between men and women exists when both sexes are able to share equally in the distribution of power and influence; have equal opportunities for financial independence through work or through setting up businesses; enjoy equal access to education and the opportunity to develop personal ambitions. A critical aspect of promoting gender equality is the empowerment of women, with a focus on identifying and redressing power imbalances and giving women more autonomy to manage their own lives. Women's empowerment is vital to sustainable development and the realization of human rights for all.
    SFWS is planning to get space with any other society who meet the criteria of Sankalp Foundation Society to fulfill the Women Empowerment project included Vocational Training & any other Activities related to the subject.


    SFWS promotes the human rightof every woman, man and child to enjoy a life of health and equal opportunity. In many parts of the world, extreme povertysubjects’ women and men to a lack of real choices, opportunities and the basic services needed to improve their situations. Women often suffer disproportionately, due to violence, discrimination and the burden of poor reproductive health, which is the leading cause of death and disability for women in their reproductive years.

  7. Environment


After years of debate, a near consensus among the world's scientists has concluded that we are warming the planet, and unless we take steps now to curb global warming, our way of life, our planet, and our children are all in grave danger.
But there is hope. Each of us can make simple decisions that will reduce global warming pollution. The SFWS network of activists and volunteers are dedicated to curbing global warming.


Natural disasters know no boundaries: every nation on every continent is subject to the forces of nature. Individuals affected by such disasters will always need both physical and emotional support.
Unfortunately, much of the world is also affected by man-made disasters, including war, terrorism, and gross human rights abuses. Also unfortunately the reverberations of both natural and man-made disasters is often more severe in poor regions because of political instability and their lack of resources with which to address the disaster.
After the initial rescue and mitigation activities, many areas of the world affected by disaster also require the delivery of food, clean drinking water, and interim shelter. Disaster relief charities are able to deliver such supplies—often in situations where civil turmoil has erupted due to the deprivations that come with disruption and disaster.

In addition to attending to the basic needs of displaced people, disaster recovery services also work to rebuild damaged infrastructure and sanitations services. These recovery efforts start immediately can go on for months or even years. Beside this, we are able to do following work in Disasters and Emergencies Occurred:-

• Feeding stations
• Shelter
• Cleaning supplies
• Comfort kits, first aid
• Blood and blood products
• Food, clothing
• Emergency transportation
• Assistance with rent
• Home repairs and household items
• Medical supplies

As we can see, emergencies and disasters can hit anywhere, anytime. If for no other reason than that, it makes sense to think about how we can contributed to disaster relief and recover efforts.

One of the challenges faced by nonprofit organization that provide disaster relief is the tapering off of support. When disaster first strikes, everyone wants to help, however, as the shock wear off and media coverage declines, so do donations. The need persists and disaster relief and recovery activities continue but the response typically diminishes.

SFWS may also provide additional assistance for long-term recovery when other relief assistance and/or personal resources are not adequate to meet disaster-caused needs.


SFWS is a charity working to improve local environmental conditions by promoting scientific understanding, public debate and innovations in policy.
We work with local authorities, business, academia and the public to promote effective enforcement, to raise awareness and to ensure that environmental policy focuses on joined up solutions.

We have to protect natural environments and recourses. Our Missions include, but are not limited to:

  • Keeping the oceans clean
  • Preserving the rainforests and rain harvesting
  • Limiting air, soil and water pollution
  • Promoting recycling
  • Lowering emissions
  • Developing and/or preserving green spaces
  • Finding alternative fuel sources
  • Stop use of screen saver
  • Delete unnecessary mails from your computer
  • Save power & Energy, stop using of unnecessary power and use of solar systems
  • Plantation
  • Stop using of plastic bags 

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