A socio-cultural organization, was founded in 1997, by a group of passionate Bengali professionals living in Bangalore. Their vision was to create a space where cultures of various regions could merge amidst an environment of euphoria...blood donation camp-17th sept 22
South Bangalore Cultural Association (SBCA), a socio-cultural organization, was founded in 1997, by a group of passionate Bengali professionals living in Bangalore. Their vision was to create a space where cultures of various regions could merge amidst an environment of euphoria. Since its inception, SBCA has established itself as one of the largest socio-cultural organization of South Bangalore and has broadened its sphere of activities by organizing a diverse platform to uphold the rich cultural heritage of India and serving the society at large. The association is blessed with the best of the people as its patrons, well-wishers and dedicated members, thereby enabling the association to grow from strength to strength.In line with its commitment towards social responsibility, SBCA participates and organizes events like Blood Donation Camps, contributes to Prime Minister's relief funds, Blind School, Old Age Home and sponsors education for children in SOS village and supports treatment of cancer patients. While The Durga Puja organized by SBCA is one of its most successful events in its activity calendar, SBCA also organizes all Bengali traditional cultural events through-out the year.SBCA also operates a Library ( Geeta Roy Memorial Library ) with the objective of inculcating reading habit among people and especially children.
In line with its social responsibility, SBCA participates and organizes events like blood donation camps, free medical/eye check-up camps, tree plantation, contributes to PM & CM Relief Fund, Flood Relief Funds, patronizes Blind School, government schools & old age home, NGOs like Auto Raja, Child Help Foundation, Swabhimaan trust, Manav Charities on a yearly basis. We also supported whole heartedly during the pandemic by providing free ration to 150 needy households and providing shelter to 300 migrants from across India for 3 months. Our members stayed confident & comforted through the COVID helpline that was set up
Fully alive to the commitments and responsibilities towards the greater causes of the society, SBCA
strives In its efforts to meet the same. Besides organizing Blood Donation Camps and Free Eye Check
Up Camps periodically
**UPCOMING BLOOD DONATION CAMP 2022:
SBCA extends its helping hands to the underprivileged populace by regularly patronizing , Old age homes (Asha Jeevan)
As a more focused step towards the objective, SBCA has taken up a special programme to sponsor the expenses of note books and other stationeries for one school in the locality (Government Model Primary School, Sarakki, J P Nagar 1st Phase, Bangalore-78) for the underprivileged children. The efforts will continue and increase.
South Bangalore Cultural Association is also known for supporting socio causes and here they are with one more such initiative and good work Another feather added on the cap added by SBCA with its visit in Mobility India 2016 on 3rd of September 2016 Here is a snippets of our teams great work.
We have won multiple prizes (Sarod Samman) across Bangalore for “best venue”, “best puja rituals” etc.. The 5 day celebration draws its audience in people from all walks of life, and a huge eyeball and footfall in terms of numbers. The festivities also boast of various cultural activities involving artists of repute.In line with its social responsibility, SBCA participates and organizes events like blood donation camps, tree plantation, contributes to Prime Minister’s Relief Fund, Flood Relief Funds, patronizes Blind School, government schools & old age home. We also supported whole heartedly during the pandemic by providing free ration to 150 needy households and providing shelter to 300 migrants from across India for 3 months. Leading Corporate Houses, Business Entities, and distinguished citizens of Bangalore have been extending their whole hearted support to SBCA over the past twenty five years in achieving its objectives and socio‐cultural commitments.
This year too, the festivities will be held in a grand scale from the 1st October to 5 t h October, 2022 with its venue @ Ramalingeshwara Cave Temple premises, Hulimavu, being located in a very prominent place near Bannerghatta Road (Meenakshi Mall), which is easily accessible from any part of Bangalore. SBCA provided branding opportunity to Corporate houses each year through exhibition space for retail outlets and below the line advertising. Corporate houses are also encouraged to sponsor various mega cultural events during the celebrations. SBCA ensures whole hearted support to its Corporate Partners by strategically positioning the exhibition booths and all below the line advertising materials to receive maximum attention and viewership
D uring the Durga Puja festival for five days, we offer marketing opportunities to reach out to over 30,000 people every day from various cross‐section of the society and various age group.
Mr. Amit Acharya 9886680833
Mr.Partha Pratim Roy 8660696602
Mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Website - www.sbca.org.in
Office - Gr. Floor, House no 468, 12th Main, 17th B Cross,5th Phase, J P Nagar, Bangalore - 560078