Putting our hand forward for Shree Raghunath Hospital
Established in 1915, Shree Raghunath Hospital is a century old charitable institution situated at Lachhmangarh, Rajasthan- hometown of Sanganeria family. This hospital provides medical facilities such as general surgery, orthopedic, general medicine and routine pathological tests to the residents of Lachmangarh, especially the poor sections of the locality, at a very minimal cost. This is a 20-bedded hospital and is treating on an average of 125 patients per day. In order to raise funds for meeting its day-to-day expenses, the Hospital sought help from other charitable organizations. In 2012, Sanganeria Foundation came forward and granted funds for its furtherance.”, mainly comprising of 4 labs for Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Botany respectively.
Supporting the Kiwanis Club of New Delhi
Kiwanis Club of New Delhi is a philanthropic Organisation in South Delhi to provide artificial limbs free of cost to patients who had given up the hope of leading healthy lives. Responding to the needs of the limbless, the Centre has served thousand of patients. To help more people, Kiwanis staff has been visiting rural areas in and around Delhi and also various hospitals like All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Safdarjang, LNJP, Jaipur Golden Hospitals along with Institutions like the Spinal Injury Centre and Institute of Physically Handicapped. Sanganeria Foundation has been supporting this organisation since its inception. as Sh. Sant Sanganeria who is the Trustee of SFHE, is also a Board Member in Kiwanis. The newly built Cerebral Palsy Rehabilitation Centre of Kiwanis receives appropriate funds for its day-to-day running expenses. SFHE also extends its continuous support by way of providing wooden tables, chairs, air conditioners, computers and various other electrical appliances.
Providing access to Rajiv Gandhi Foundation (RGF)
Rajiv Gandhi Foundation was established mainly to transform India’s education system. The Foundation believes that kids of today are future of tomorrow and any child, who is imparted quality education at the primary level, proves to be an empowered citizen of the Country. Every child should also uphold constitutional and humanitarian values of equality, secularism, tolerance, integrity and dignity and have access to equal opportunity. To attain its goal, RGF strives to create education access to large number of children, which in turn will help them to realize his or her full potential. To express its unanimity, SFHE extended their helping hands towards this Nobel cause by donating 10 vehicles to RGF for the use of orthopedically challenged people.
Standing up for Missionaries of Charity
Missionaries of Charity” in Kolkata, is a charitable organization for supporting under-privileged and orphan children in and around Kolkata. Mother Teresa is the founder of this organization. On 6th April 1988, Late Shri Prahlad Roy Sanganeria and Late Smt. Radha Devi Sanganeria donated their ancestral property “Daya Dan”(a nursing Home for Handicapped) to Missionaries of Charity Organization, located at 58/1, Nimtolla Ghat Street. Mr Arch Bishop and Henry D’Souza of Kolkata officially inaugurated this home on 26th August 1998. Being an ardent believer of charitable activities, SFHE has always been supporting this Institution since 2007 by way of various donations.
Supporting St. Stephen’s Hospital
St. Stephens Hospital is a charitable super-specialty hospital established in 1885 in Delhi, to provide comprehensive health care to all sections of the society with special emphasis on the underprivileged, irrespective of caste, creed or social status. Their commitment towards providing good health to the underprivileged proved to be an inspiration for the Sanganeria Foundation, resulting in undertaking the responsibility of polio paralyzed children and TB patients.
Making Sikar self-sustaining
Sanganeria Foundation in collaboration with HUMANA, has installed 50 Biogas plants in the village of Sikar, Rajasthan. Biogas is both environmental and economically friendly because it is a collection of the high-energy gases from the decomposition of agricultural crops, manure, and bio waste. After decomposition, the leftover material can be used as a good quality fertilizer. SFHE believes that Biogas, as a renewable resource can replace conventional energy resources in the near future.