Flood Relief

The Math undertakes instant relief operations during natural calamities like fire, cyclone, tsunami, earthquake, floods, etc and man-made disasters. Primary relief operations are undertaken immediately by providing food, clothing, utensils, etc. Subsequently, secondary relief / rehabilitation work is undertaken to help the affected victims.

During the Chennai floods in 2015, by the generous contribution and support from the public, the Math was actively involved in doing relief and rehabilitation services. As an immediate relief, food items, groceries, vegetables, clothes, mats, blankets, utensils and sanitary items were distributed, and medical camps also were held. As a rehabilitation measure, around 100 permanent houses in the affected areas of Cuddalore and Chennai were constructed and provided to the needy people. Rs. 1.5 crore was spent in these services and more than 37,000 families and 1,30,000 people were benefited.