I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples

Mother Teresa

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Our Achievements At A Glance

Patients Served

Prosthetic Limbs Donated

Corrective Polio Surgeries Conducted

Cataract Surgeries

Poor & Homeless Fed Till Date

Please Help UsProvide Every ChildWith A Fair Chance At Life

Our Life's Ambition
We have made it our life’s ambition to do our best, to help the disadvantaged in our society.

Since 1995, the Sanjay Anand Charitable Foundation (SACF) has provided hundreds of hearing aids to the hard of hearing, conducted thousands of cataract and Polio corrective surgeries.

The Sanjay Anand Charitable Foundation has also provided thousands of custom-fitted prosthetic limbs to patients who have been unfortunate to lose one or more of their limbs. SACF runs a soup kitchen in Staten Island that feeds thousands of homeless in New York annually. The foundation also sponsors a mile of the expressway in New York to keep it clean, the same mile that took the life of Sunil and Anu Anand’s precious son, Sanjay.

Our Causes

Cataract Surgeries & IOU Lens Implants

Eye surgeries are conducted for the removal of cataract and the implantation of IOU Lenses. One hundred surgeries are conducted per month since June 1996 to date.

Soup Kitchen

A Soup Kitchen is sponsored twice a week in Staten Island, New York for the past 20 years.

Approximately 3600 poor people are fed annually through the Soup Kitchens sponsored by the Foundation.

Charitable Hospital & Research Centre

A hospital has been built in Patna, India, in collaboration with The Bharat Vikas Viklang Punarvas Kendra, to provide prosthetic limbs to the disabled and opened a surgery ward for Polio surgeries for young children.

Adopt A Highway

We have also adopted a one mile stretch of the West Shore Expressway, in Staten Island, New York through the Adopt-A-Highway program from the department of transport.

Help Us Bring Some Normality Back Into The Lives Of The Poor & Disabled

Help Us Feed The Poor & The Homeless

Help Us Give The Gift Of Sight

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