Projects Completed

Nisarg Cyclone Response

Distributed relief kits to 250 families in Mhasala, Raigad block- portable solar battery lights, with an external panel for 8-10 hours battery backup, tarpaulin sheets and dry ration. Our vendor Energy Swaraj Foundation, Foodshaala Foundation & NALSAR supported during this period.

Online Workshop

Team TRF conducted 5 days of online workshops engaging 215 participants which include students, midprofessionals, parents government officials, and social workers, who wished to have a keen eye on precautions and wished to learn the competencies of first responders.

Projects Completed


TRF carried many other online and offline projects and workshops with respect to current needs and urgency. Amongst all, major were – External short term projects such as Nisarg cyclone and Covid-19 relief work and Internal workshops such as extension of Master Trainer program and Online workshop

Master Trainer I & II

Master Trainer program 1 initiated during initial period of 2020 with the aim to search trainers who can work towards TRF goals. Practicals of Community mapping, street-play and Fire safety was performed. With proper interview process, finalization of skilled trainers during Master Trainer program 2 were taken place at the end of 2021

Covid-19 Relief

Extended support to 1500+ people directly & 2500+ people indirectly. Many organizations collaborated and have raised funds for this relief work. Support of volunteers were remarkable during this crisis period.

Mrityunjay Doot

The Resilient Foundation conducted 36 Basic Life Support Workshop under Highway Traffic Mrityunjay Doot Program Initiative for Police personnals and appointed Mrityunjay Doots out of which 6 with the support of YUVA under MahaPECONet, 5 Project Mumbai and rest Helping Hands Charitable Trust with the aim to reduce highway accidents death fatalities ratio. The 36 workshops covered a total of 1358 participants (Police and Mrityunjay Doot) in 5 different regions (19 districts) of Maharashtra, India.

Seeds India

The Resilient Foundation received a grant from SEEDS for the training of the taskforce of stakeholders like students, parents, school staff and community members across 50 government schools in the Dehradun and Haridwar districts of Uttarakhand. The sessions conducted by the recipient aim to make their schools safe and ensure the emergency preparedness of the schools as well as the communities around the area.