Our Projects

Some of the developmental projects, undertaken by us are

  • We are associated with UNILIVER LTD for our Clean Water Project, by providing “Purit” Water Purifiers to the remote schools in the Rural areas of Baramati, Indapur, Daund, Purandar and Mulshi (Pune District).
  • We operate fully equipped cardiac Ambulance in Baramati to attend to the medical emergencies 24x7 from the remotest village.
  • More than 270 Heart Surgeries successfully operated and 9000 patients treated for various health problems in Pune free of cost for the patients of the low income group.
  • Eye check-up camps for the residents of Mulshi, school children of various age groups residing in Baramati, Pimpali, and Malegaon. Support for the further critical advance treatments at renowned ophthalmologists in Pune.
  • We had distributed 2 lakh note-books and other educational Material for the Zilla Parishad Schools in Baramati, Purandar and Mulshi Taluka. To make learning joyous we have distributed various play equipments and Sports gear among these schools.
  • We conduct the distribution of ration for the residential schools at Bachpan Bachav, Gharte Sanstha School in Hadapsar and other various schools in the vicinity of Pune and the schools run for the children from unorganized sector and socially ignored families.
  • Elderly health check up camps in various parts of Baramati.
  • Blood camps, ‘Save the Girl Child’, Career Guidance courses, female Entrepreneur developmental Programs, Cultural Programs, Vocational Career Guidance for Young Students, etc are the various projects to name a few.
  • As a multidimensional approach towards sports and health, we conduct 2 landmark projects each year for which we are inviting Sponsorships and other help towards the association.

Latest Events

Mumbai-Pune cycling race on Sunday

Mumbai: Over 100 cyclists have confirmed participation in the 50th edition of the Mumbai-Pune cycling race to be held on Sunday.


Harpreet Singh wins Mumbai-Pune cycling race

Mumbai: Harpreet Singh of Central Railway won the 50th edition of the Mumbai-Pune cycling race on Sunday. Singh completed the 156-km race in three hours, 43 minutes and 35.32 seconds to pocket a prize money of Rs 61,000.


Mumbai-Pune cycle race turns traffic-stopper

It was an event to celebrate for the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on the 70th birthday of party president Sharad Pawar.



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