Divyajyot Foundation plans different camps such as Relief Camp, Eye Camp, Blood Donation Camp and Cattle camps are planned during the entire year with a frequency of one camp per month.
Relief Camp: It covers natural disasters such as Earthquake, Flood, Drought etc... During the earthquake, Param Pujya Maa along with devotees from USA, visited affected villages where no help had reached and distributed life supporting goods giving assurance, love and confidence to the people. Financial help was also provided to the families of different villages of Kutch affected by earthquake for rehabilitation.
Eye Camp: Eye camps are operated by a team from the base hospital visiting a rural site on an appointed date – after appropriate local publicity by local volunteers to encourage patients to come for free eye examinations. Almost all medical equipment usually be packed and transported to the eye camp site. Diseases of the eye are treated and surgery for cataracts are performed in make shift establishments like a school building or a public hall. The team usually stays at the site for 4-5 days during which it performs the free cataract surgeries, applies post-operative dressings.
Blood Donation Camp: The economics for Blood demand and supply has imbalance. As a result Divyajyot Foundation organizes blood donation camps on a regular basis as per the need of local hospitals/centers.
Cattle Camp: There were cattle camps organized by Divyajyot Foundation for areas affected during the drought. Shelter and food were provided to nearly 6500 cows during the severe drought of 2003 in Rajasthan.
Institution also arranged help to the flood affected districts of Surat and Ahmedabad for rehabilitation.