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Salvation Streams, Inc.

Salvation Streams is a faith based 501c3 non-profit charitable organization Serving the Suffering people across the world. Since 1980s, Salvation Streams have helped meet needs of people who are victims of poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine.

Our Aim is human dignity and self-reliance, which reflects in our well planned global projects

Our Vision is brighter, peaceful and equitable future for everyone, regardless of gender, age, race, creed, religion, and nationality in a healthier world.

Our Mission is to bring a lasting change to impoverished people around the globe by providing opportunities for better health, education and success and fighting root causes of poverty and death.

What we do? See Our Works

Disaster Response

Natural disaster such as a flood, earthquake, or hurricane that causes great damage or loss of life. Salvation Steams has been Serving the Suffering from Natural Disasters for the past 25 years. We have completed over 15 major projects in the United States and Internationally.



Homeless or street kids are vulnerable to abuse, disease, crime, and exploitation, including child and sex trafficking. Salvation Streams is launching one of our most exciting initiatives - the building of orphanages to rescue, feed, clothe, house, and educate these precious children.



Torn, threadbare cloth is the most visible sign of poverty. Around the world nearly one in nine people worldwide are chronically undernourished, and 3.1 million children younger than 5 die of malnutrition each year. Salvation Streams is passnat about feeding the hungry clothing the poor.



Over 780 million people around the world do not have access to clean water. More than 3.4 million deaths each year are, mostly children, contributed to water carried diseases. Salvation Streams Bringing clean and safe drinking water to underdeveloped villages.


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Board of Directors

Ralph Mallela

Rev. Brian Tubbs

Bob Hudson

Fr. Alexander J. Kurien

Our Team

Aashikaa Mallela

Natasha Kurien

Praveen Kumar

Vijay Mallela