WEWSA's objectives are:

  1. To engage in social service activitities aimed at improving the living conditions and general welfare of socially, educationally and economically under-developed people of the country;
  2. To effectively organise non-formal education programme with the co-operation of the State Resource Centre for Non-formal Education in Chennai;
  3. To encourage local bodies to conduct nursery schools for children in the age group of three to five years;
  4. To enable youth to acquire skills for employment and self-employment;
  5. To spread appropriate technology among the people in agriculture, dairy farming, poultry farming, fishing and in industries;
  6. To cater to the health needs of the people joined with health education in close collaboration with the state medical organisations;
  7. To promote and foster cultural activities aimed at raising the consciousness of the people regarding their socio-economic and cultural problems, acquiring self image for meeting the challenges of environment and society;
  8. To communicate and participate in different developmental schemes of Central and State Governments;
  9. To establish social welfare centres, social training centres, schools, technical schools, reading rooms, dropout and working children schools, dispensaries and study circles;
  10. To maintain small industries marketing organisations, farms plantations and utilise the profits for the welfare of the poor people of the country;
  11. To promote local leadership, a sense of community, a spirit of sharing and participating in the decision-making process of villages so that a fraternal, progressive, dynamic and creative society may be shaped;
  12. To undertake and assist agricultural development, irrigation and waste & dry land development;
  13. To undertake programme of housing for the poor people;
  14. To provide relief to the needy in areas affected by natural calamities and other emergencies;
  15. To promote preservation of the environment and ecology;
  16. To act as resource centre for research, documentation and consultancy for development;
  17. To promote the waste canal cultivation programme and reforestation schemes;
  18. To provide necessary aid to the aged and disabled with shelter, food, medicine and othe facilities;
  19. To start vocational training institute to educate youth and women in job-oriented technical trades;
  20. To impart health education, to prevent health hazards and to start dispensaries and health clinics to administer curative treatments to the sick people;
  21. To detect cases of leprosy, tuberculosis and chronic diseases and to bring them under treatment;
  22. To approach public, national and international donor agencies as well as State and Central Governments for financial help to implement the programmes;
  23. To treat and rehabilitate the handicapped and to promote the welfare of widows, the aged, abandoned children, and leprosy patients and their families;
  24. To run special schools for handicapped, leprosy patients, children, the blind, deaf and dumb;
  25. To create and asset by way of fixed amount or immovable property, in future and to use only the interest or income out of it for the activities of the Trust without touching the corpus so that the works of the Trust may go on without any financial hindrance.