Temple Trust conducts free medical camps in rural areas and slums, offering check-ups, eye and dental care, blood donation, free medicines, and cataract surgeries, and much more to underprivileged individuals.
The Trust supports bright students with free books, spiritual education, and various activities to nurture their growth, including career guidance and counseling.
Street vendor's children access modern amenities like computers and digital learning at the Trust's Vocational Junior College, located in Kondwa Pune.
Trust has established a Government-certified Industrial Training Centre (ITI) to create employment opportunities for rural residents, contributing to rural development.
The Trust provides computer facilities to students in 65 rural schools, benefiting 25,000 students by facilitating regular curriculum learning.
The Trust operates Pitshri Old Age Home in Kondhwa, offering a peaceful residence for 80 elderly individuals with regular health check-ups, meals and much more.
The Trust empowers individuals with leprosy by offering job opportunities, allowing them to lead independent and happy lives.
Since 1986, the Trust has provided free ambulance service to those under PMC area jurisdiction, with the option for others outside this jurisdiction to avail it by covering fuel charges.
The Trust commits to planting over 50 lac trees through a tree plantation initiative, conducted during various occasions.
Trust provides water tankers in drought-prone areas, disaster-stricken regions, and during Palki Yatras, extending a form of service.
The Trust provides lunch and dinner meals to 3000+ patients at Sassoon Hospital. Additionally, during Sanksahti Chaaturthi, after the evening aarti, Khichadi Prasad is distributed. Warkari brothers are offered breakfast and tea during Ashadi Ekadashi Yatra. Bhojan Prasad is also distributed during Ganesh Janma; and during Adhik Sharavan, the Brahma Vrunda are provided with Bhojan Prasad. Meals are also provided to residents at Pitashri Old Age Home.
The Trust distributes Prasad to Warkaris during Yatras, furthering their devotion and support.
The Trust aids Pingori village, a drought-affected region, in rehabilitating agricultural lands.
The Trust established the Suvarnayug Co-Operative Bank, dedicated to the welfare of the community.
The Trust initiates work to remove excess soil from Khadakwasla Dam under this campaign.
The Trust hosts an annual Music Festival from Gudhi Padwa to Ram Navami, featuring renowned artists for an unforgettable experience.
This club, initiated by the Trust, offers skilled athletes the best training and opportunities.
Families of 12 storm-affected farmers in Nimgavketki received 300 sq.ft of space each to start anew.
The Trust honors the families of fallen soldiers for their immense sacrifice.
Underprivileged workers in the brick industry are provided well-built homes by the Trust, showcasing its commitment to those in need.
The Trust offers space to storm-affected farmer families in Nimgavketki, allowing them to start fresh.
The Trust provides study rooms and free computer training to students in need as part of this initiative.
An annual Kirtan and pravachan is organized by the Trust in the first month of Chaturmas.