To reach a maximum
number of Sindhis living in poverty, the
Trust has established 13 Trust Centres
throughout India :
The Trust deliberately does not establish
Centres in Metro cities, such as Bombay
, Bangalore, Calcutta , Delhi , and Madras
, because of the surplus of donors in
these areas. The Trust aims to help Sindhis
who are out of reach from these areas.
A three-member committee oversees each Trust Centre. Members of the committee are volunteers whose remarkable service has contributed much to the improvement of each Centre's local surrounding area and the objectives of Sunshine Trust. Committee members undertake the following duties:
Determine the actual needs of the applicant.
Investigate the applicant's background and economic status.
Send Statement of Disbursement at the end of each month along with Application Forms that has been duly approved.
Forward applications requiring further assistance.
Each Centre has been allocated a specific amount for each year's spending and authorised to disburse up to Rs. 5000/- for 'on-the-spot' help. For amounts exceeding this limit, applications are forwarded to the Bombay Trustees for approval.
Sant Hirdaram and Dada Jashan who have seen the works of the Trust, have given the Trust their blessings and support.