Activities of the Ashrama along the lines laid down by Swami Vivekananda – "Atmano Mokshartham Jagadhitaya cha" or "for the liberation of self & welfare of the world."

Flood Relief Work

Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama, Belgaum has taken up flood relief work in the wake of recent floods. Relief kits are being distributed to the distressed families. These kits will help them sustain till they start getting the daily wages work.

For updates see : https://blog.rkmissionashrama.org/category/flood-relief/

Each family is provided with following kits:

  • Clothes Kit – blankets, bedsheets, saree, towel etc
  • Ration Kit – Wheat flour, Sooji, Oil, Sugar, Cereals
  • Toiletry kit – Soaps, Toothpaste, Sanitary pads etc.

In each affected village, a survey is conducted and the families affected most are provided these kits.

Date : 11-Aug-2019

Hukkeri Taluk, Villages: Chikalgud, Kurni, Badakundri, Yaragatti, Bastwad

Number of families: 108

Date : 12-Aug-2019

Hukkeri Taluk, Villages: Goudwad, Kochari, Sankeshwar

Number of families: 101

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