Don Bosco Educational Institutions have reached out to 39,818 people across Kerala with rescue and relief works, providing the victims of the unprecedented flood with food, clothes, sleeping kits, medicine, toiletries and emergency household articles. 406 houses were cleaned up. 1500 deserving families were offered household items worth Rs.5500 each, with a total contribution of Rs. 82, 50,000. 100 families that lost their livelihood assets will be given Rs.50000 each, with the total financial investment coming to One Crore 32 Lakh 50,000 Rupees (Rs. 1,32, 50,000). There is also a plan to build 300 houses for the homeless families, the worst victims of the natural calamity. Apart from becoming a partner in the implementation of these rehabilitation packages coordinated by BREADS, the Don Bosco Agency with its headquarters in Bangalore, Don Bosco Arts & Science College here in Angadikadavu mobilized money from the students and staff and contributed Rs. 1,00000 (One Lakh) to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund. The cheque was handed over to Ayyankunnu Panchayat President Adv. Sheeja Sebastian on Monday September 10, 2018 during the Morning Assembly. A donation of Rs. 50,000 was presented to Kannur University NSS Flood Relief Fund. The NSS volunteers distributed food and clothes worth Rs.1,75,000 to the flood victims during its most crucial stage.