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PM Cares Funds
Sri.SPB donated Rs.5.00 lakhs towards Covid-19 pandemic relief efforts by the Honourable Prime Minister of India.
Covid-19 Relief Efforts
Direct deposit of Rs.4,000/- per musician to 272 musicians across various southern states, grocery coupons for a value of Rs.4,000/- per technician to 33 cameramen in Telangana, grocery items for 40 healthcare workers & cleaning crew for Rs.2,000/- per person, direct deposit of Rs.1,500/- per person to 158 street theatre artists across various districts in Tamil Nadu and financial aid of Rs.1,00,000/- to Venkatawara Surabi Theatre, Hyderabad to support theatre artists, altogether totalling to Rs.14,54,984/-.
Viswa Brumma Gurukulam, Srirangam, Trichy
Furniture, mats, and stationery for the veda gurukulam students amounting to Rs. 25,000/-, sponsored by SPBFCF committee member Mr.Veerasakthi, Trichy
Cine Musicians’ Union
Financial aid to 34 cine musicians – Rs.2,000/- per month per musician from April 2020 – March 2021
Sujeeth Foundation, Hyderabad
Donated various medical equipment for a total cost of Rs.3,26,860/-
Vivekananda Public School through SLS Builders, Hyderabad
Constructed a staircase and wash area for a sum of Rs.2,50,042/-
Aadarana Home, Hyderabad
Supplied fire hydrants for the school building situated at Krishna Nagar Colony, Saroor Nagar, Hyderabad for Rs.1,47,500/- where 300 students are attending school.
Distributed clothes, vegetables and festivity gifts amounting to Rs. 30,000 to the aged cine musicians at Sri.SPB’s residence on October 22, 2019.
Donated educational kits to 42 children at Vallalar Kapagam, Chennai, sponsored by our SPBFCF volunteer Mr.Ravi.
Construction of school
Rs.2.00 lakhs funded towards a school construction project in Perumbakkam for kids affected by Chennai Floods in 2015. Over 600 underprivileged children will attend school im this campus. Project was undertaken by Rotary Club of Madras jointly with Mr.Anil Srinivasan (Pianist / Musician), Tata Trusts and US-based NGO Anuja SA Inc, San Antonio.
20 deserving underprivileged students received tuition fees for Academic Year 2019-20 for a total of Rs.2.00 lakhs.
Cine Musicians’ Union
Financial aid to 30 cine musicians – Rs.2,000/- per month per musician from April 2019 – March 2020
Lakshmi Palliative Care, Chennai
Purchased medical equipment for Rs.1,05,000/- to enable them to save patients with prolonged and life-limiting illnesses.
Thooimai Vizhigal, Madurai
Donated laptops, college back bags, umbrellas, monthly food provisions, 2 water storage tanks of 500 litres capacity along with Academic Scholarships to the students totaling to Rs. 2,25,000/-.
Mother Terasa Home, Madurai
Donated food provisions to the inmates of the home for a sum of Rs. 85,000/-.
Gaja Cyclone Relief
Donated a sum of Rs.1,50,000/- to Indian Red Cross Society, Madurai
Kerala Flood Relief
Donated a sum of Rs.2,00,000/- to Indian Red Cross Society
Academic scholarship to 11 school & college students for Rs.1,27,500/-
Cine Musicians’ Union
Financial aid to 18 cine musicians – Rs. 3,000/- per month per musician from June 2018 to March 2019
Donated building construction materials and laser printer worth Rs. 65,000/-
Donated audio equipment worth Rs. 65,000/-
Medical support to Smt. Kanagavalli (Gandhimathi. B) of Rs.25,000/- in September 2017
Academic scholarship to nine students of Rs.45,000/- in August 2017
Financial support to 10 cine musicians
Rs. 5,000/- per month per musician from April 2017 to March 2018
Vidhyarambam Trust, Chennai
Donated 100 educational kits for providing continued education to less-privileged children for Rs.1,72,000/-.
Lakshmi Pain And Palliative Care Trust, Chennai
Purchased medical equipment to save lives of patients with prolonged and life-limiting illnesses like cancer for Rs.1,80,000/-.
Infrastructure Support To Educational Institutions
Catered to the fundamental infrastructure needs of two schools in the neighborhood districts (to Chennai), creating better educational environment for deserving students
- Panchayat Union Middle School @ Puduvattaram, Kovur(March 2016) Rs.1,01,000/- – Kanchipuram district
- Govt school at Salukkai village (March 2016), Thiruvannamalai district for Rs.80,000/-
Tamil Nadu Flood Relief
Rehabilitation of families who lost everything post the flood disaster that struck in Dec 2015 – Supplied groceries, dhoti and saree worth Rs.10 lakhs at the following locations:
- Silambinathan Pettai (460 families) – Near Panruti in Cuddalore District
- Pallatheru (60 families) – Near Panruti in Cuddalore District
- Nanmangalam town near Kizhkattalai off OMR (750 families)
- Donated to Vallalar Kaapagam (Rs.28,000/-), Saradha Sakthi Peetam (Rs.30,000/-), SIP Memorial Trust (Rs.29,000/-) & Bala Aasramam (Rs.24,000/-) as flood relief financial aid.
Nepal natural calamity
Timely financial aid of Rs. 5 lakhs to Nepal (through Sri Ramakrishna Mutt) towards bringing back normalcy of life in the country, post the natural calamity.
Lawrence Charitable Trust, Chennai
Purchased groceries for the orphanage run by Sri. Raghava Lawrence.