Go through 112 humanitarian works by Dera Sacha Sauda, a humanitarian and social welfare organization well known for its welfare works.


29 April 2008, many programs were being organized according to the instructions given by the Guru Ji on the occasion of the anniversary of Jaam- e- Insan. True Heart Attack Prevention Program for You, known by the acronym, TRUE HAPPY is one of those programs.


‘Jan-Kalyan Parmarthi Shivir’ is a large free Medical Camp is organized every month by Shah Satnam Ji Green S Welfare Force Wing, where patients are provided with free medical check-ups and medicines. The highlight of this camp is that senior super-specialist doctors provide their free services.


A free eye check-up and eye surgery camp is organized annually on 13, 14, 15 December in Dera Sacha Sauda. The patients are operated free in this camp held in the sacred memory of His Holiness Shah Satnam Singh Ji, Second Master of Dera Sacha Sauda.


Realizing the need of remote areas, World’s smallest mobile hospital Farishta was conceived to provide almost the same spectrum of facilities as a general hospital. This was designed and dedicated to humanity by Revered Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan.


What is true philanthropy? What the greatest donation one can make? Guruji insists that the selfless gift of blood during one’s lifetime and eyes and other organs after death is one of the greatest donations one can make. The Eye Bank has benefited hundreds of needy patients by providing them vision.


Dera followers are lining up to donate their bodies for medical research. The bodies are used by medical students, anatomists and surgeons. Apart from that, it is possible to harvest quality tissues in a Tissue Bank. The skin, bones, fascia etc. can be harvested and used to treat patients.


The last three largest blood donation drives in the world were from Dera Sacha Sauda. Motivated and spurred by Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan, on 7th December 2003, Dera Sacha Sauda followers donated 15,432 units of blood to 56 participating blood banks.


For any developing country, begging is a serious social problem connected with poverty, migration and unemployment. In 2004, in metropolitan city Mumbai, the number of beggars was over a quarter of a million. According to the survey by Delhi School of Social work, about a tenth of a million are begging in Delhi


In society, there are several people who wish to help the poor people who are infirm or unwell. Dera Sacha Sauda offers free decentralized health care programs starting from Mega Screening camps to local free check up initiatives. Also, the handicapped are not neglected.