Announcing this at a press conference on Tuesday, Feb 2, Sri Sitaram Kedilay, National Chief of Seva Vibhag said, "Over 700 non government organisations will be coming together during these 3 days. RSS chief Mohan Rao Bhagwat and many noted Sangh Leaders will be present on the occasion."
The RSB was set up with an intention of addressing the needs of the underprivileged in the urban, rural and remote areas of the country in 2003.
RSB claims that Sena Sangama took birth in the dictum of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) - 'Rejuvenation of the Nation through Social Change".
Presently, over 700 voluntary organisations are affiliated with the umbrella organisation. RSB manages over 1.57 lakh social projects and programmes throughout India, Kedilayaji added.
The upcoming convention has been scheduled to review the progress made by the affiliated organisations in their respective areas and to map a future plan of action.