Sahara India believes in giving what it earns to the society. CSR activities by Subrata Roy extend financial and medical aid to people who are displaced, suffer from disabilities, soldier’s families and those who can’t afford quality medical help.

Mega Rehabilitation Project: Sahara India Pariwar emotionally adopted the Bhimasar-Chakasar villages in Gujarat’s Kutch district that were hit by an earthquake. The group rehabilitated the affected families by rebuilding 839 houses.

Rehabilitation of survivors of Latur: Kilari, an earthquake-hit village in Maharshtra’s Latur district was adopted by Sahara India for relocation and rehabilitation.

Adoption of Kargil Martyrs’ families: Sahara India adopted 18 families of Kargil Martyrs (from Munbai) and provided support to them by allocating Rs 50 crore in seven different schemes. The group provides financial help by offering 5 times the existing salary (monthly basis) of a martyr for 10 years.

Programmes for Handicapped (Sahyog): CSR activities by Subrata Roy Sahara include helping disabled persons, by initiating early identification guidelines, assessing their disability, and giving support to the parents or guardians of the disabled.

Sakshar Bharat (Literacy Programme): Spreading education in India is a dream of Subrata Roy. He initiated the programme to make education accessible to kids and adults in the cities’ slums, where poverty and crime are usually the order of the day.

Behaviour Change Communication Project: The project looks after children in the age group 3-14 years who suffer from slow learning, learning disability, emotional behavioural problems, behaviour not in accordance with law & social norms, temper tantrums, bedwetting or enuresis, etc.

Mobile Healthcare Units: Sahara India Pariwar operates 49 medical vans across India that runs throughout the year without a break. The aim is to take affordable healthcare to the hinterlands, where people have no access to medical facilities.

Apart from these programmes, there are numerous other CSR activities aided by Subrata Roy’s Sahara India, such as:

  • Pulse Polio Programme
  • Blood Donation & Hepatitis B Immunisation Camps & Awareness Workshops
  • Vocational Training Programme
  • Rehabilitation of challenged people
  • Civic Development Project
  • Construction & Renovation of Cremation Grounds
  • Beautification Programmes
  • Plan to build a guest house in Kedarnath, a popular pilgrimage spot
  • NCC Scholarship
  • Aid social causes in Pune (Maharashtra) and Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh)