is the oldest Trust of the Rajasthan migrants to Mumbai, established in the year 1914. Its objectives in brief were to spread literacy, to save and nurture our culture and to provide financial help to the needy people. The trust also worked for promoting literature in various Indian languages. The trust manages various funds to help the poor and needy people suffering with illness to meet the hospital expenses. The Trust also assists students by extending financial assistance for higher education. Students are rewarded with scholarships, awards and trophies. The Trust helps during natural calamities by extending medical facilities, food, clothing, shelters etc. to the needy.
Keeping the tradition of social welfare, Marwadi Sammelan established an English medium, co-education school known as Savitridevi Hariram Agarwal High School at Kandivali, West on 20 th June 2006 and later the school got affiliated to CIE Board. Now the school is known as Savitridevi Hariram Agarwal International School. The school is named after the wife of Shri Hariram Agarwal, who is one of the main donors.