What Started as bhajan group many years ago, where some like-minded people of Daigoli, a village of Manjeshwara Taluk, Kasaragod Dist, Kerala used to gather every week to chant devotional songs, has metamorphosed into a charitable trust over time! The group having a common aim to serve mankind, joined hands with the medical and dental colleges around this area to conduct free medical and dental treatment camps to serve the poor of the surrounding villages.
The passion for service grew and in 2007, with the blessings of Bhagavan Sri Satya Sai Baba, the group decided to formalise as a trust and as a result, Sri Sai Seva Prathistanam was formed and got registered.
To undertake charitable activities for the welfare of humanity irrespective of caste, creed,and religion.
To establish orphanages, homes for the aged and disabled, and to provide shelter to the needy.
To establish and run a school for the psychologically challenged students.
To assist poor students in pursuing higher education by providing scholarships.
To grant financial aid to the needy for medical treatment,education, construction of houses and other worthy purposes.
Conservation of Indian breeds of cows by maintaining Goushala.
To establish, run and maintain libraries,reading rooms, meditation centres and community hall.
To construct and run hospitals of the various systems of medicine on a charitable basis.
To propagate Indian philosophy and culture and promote universal brotherhood by reviving principles of "Sarva Dharma Samanvaya" and the spirit of Satya, Dharma, Shanthi, Prema, and Ahimsa.
To provide relief to the disabled persons people who suffer due to natural calamities and accidents.
To provide ambulance service to the locality on charitable basis.
The journey of “Sai NikethanaSevashrama” started as an orphanage for boys in 2007 with nine school going children in an old tiled building. Eventually, we built a new spacious building of 4000 sq. ft. with the help of generous public donations to shelter 27 boys of the orphanage.
In 2014, we also started an old-age home for male senior citizens. The boys and the senior citizens lived together under the same roof.
The number of homeless kids greatly dwindled owing to the new policies and guidelines of the Kerala government. The children’s home was remodelled to a psychosocial rehabilitation centre in October 2016 with an objective to bring the destitute and mentally disturbed to the mainstream society. We now provide shelter and treatment to 105 such people in our campus.