Before starting the Roar 4 Change, the founding members have been actively working together with Punjabi Cultural Welfare Assocation (PCWA) of Belapur, Navi Mumbai on various project. Key projects are listed below that the founding members have led:


  • In 2001, support for the victims of Gujarat earthquake, where we collected donations and material and went to Gujarat to distributed the same to the affected. With the funds, temporary shelter was also built for several families. The founding members were in USA to drive the efforts together with the Punjabi Culturual & Welfare (PCWA) Association of Belapur, Navi Mumbai.
  • During the 2004 Tsunami in India, and the 2011 Tsunami in Japan, we came forward to support the affected population.
  • 2013, the founding members of Roar 4 Change came forward together with PCWA, to support the affected people of Uttarakhand. Post disaster, the founding members visited the affected areas and distributed relief material to 300 families and 284 school children.
  • To promote tourism for Uttarakhand the team led the initiative to organize Uttarakhand Charity Walk on December 1st, 2013. In this 30 km walk from Belapur to Shree Siddhivinayak Templ, 30 locations of Uttarakhand were promoted for tourism prospects.
  • In 2015, post Chennai floods, together with PCWA, the members visited the affected areas and focused the efforts for a girls’ high school in Saidapet, Chennai. The team delivered relief material to 300 girls in Saidapet, Chennai on February 10th, 2016. ​

This initiative aims to support people who are affected during Disaster events. The initiative has a strong focus on such calamities in India and USA.