The Salesians of
Don Bosco (SDB)
are an International Religious Organization within the Catholic Church, founded by St. John Bosco to serve youngsters, especially those who are poor and marginalized. The Salesians began working in the city of Mumbai in 1928 and from there spread to other places in western India.
The Salesian Province of Mumbai was officially established on January 31, 1972. It comprises the states of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. There are presently 210 Salesians working in 33 institutions spread over these four states. These institutions offer a variety of services to disadvantaged youth. LEARN MORE...